Marshall Curry is a three-time Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker. His documentary feature Street Fight followed Cory Booker’s first run for mayor of Newark, N.J., and was nominated for an Oscar® and an Emmy®. This year, Curry was nominated for an Academy Award® for his short documentary A Night at The Garden, about a Nazi rally that filled Madison Square Garden in 1939.
Now Marshall Curry’s first narrative film The Neighbors’ Window, inspired by a true story told by Diane Weipert, and starring Tony® and Gotham Awards-Nominated Maria Dizzia (Orange is the New Black, While We’re Young, 13 Reasons Why, Vox Lux) will have its World Premiere at 2019 Tribeca Film Festival in the Shorts: Streetwise program.
The Neighbors’ Window is a New York City story about Alli (Maria Dizzia), a mother of young children who is approaching middle age and growing frustrated with her life and her husband (Greg Keller).
When two twenty-somethings move in across the street, she discovers that she can see into their apartment and develops a Rear Window-style obsession with their free spirited lives.
Inspired by a true story, the film is the first foray into fiction by writer/director/editor Marshall Curry, a three-time Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker. Starring Tony®-nominated Maria Dizzia (Orange is the New Black, 13 Reasons Why, While We’re Young); Greg Keller (Law and Order); and Juliana Canfield (Succession).
Curry’s other films include If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front (nominated for an Academy Award and winner of Best Documentary Editing Award at the Sundance Film Festival); Racing Dreams (winner of Best Documentary at Tribeca); and Point and Shoot (winner of Best Documentary at Tribeca). Curry was also Executive Producer and an additional editor of Mistaken For Strangers, a comedy rock-doc about indie band The National (opening night movie at Tribeca). Curry’s writing has twice been nominated for Writers Guild of America awards.