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Winter directed this short film that chronicles the release of journalist and activist Barrett Brown from prison, and his drive across Texas to a halfway house. Relatively Free is an examination of Brown’s return to a very different world, post the election. A world that is even more threatening to journalists. Commissioned by Field of Vision, the documentary unit created by Laura Poitras, AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook.

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Great piece in Co.Create on our Trump Tower short

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Here's an interview with me in Co.Create on the making of our short film Trump's Lobby. This was a simple idea but a tricky shoot!

Trump Inauguration short

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In (dis) honor of Donald Trump's inauguration, I slipped into Trump Tower in NYC and made this short film that explores the tense and surreal atmosphere in Trump’s Lobby. Commissioned by Field of Vision, the documentary unit created by Laura Poitras, AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook.

Wired story on Barrett Brown and my film

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Really nice interview  in Wired Magazine with Barrett Brown about his release from prison and the short film I made. By Andy Greenberg, who worked on Deep Web.

A short film about Barrett Brown

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I directed this short about journalist and activist Barret Brown being released from prison after four years. The piece was commissioned by Field of Vision, the documentary unit created by Laura Poitras, AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook. It was an honor to work with these brilliant people and to have the access to Barrett and his family.

Short Films

Trump’s Lobby

Relatively Free

Anyone Can Quantum

Alex Winter Google Net Neutrality Ad

Save The Internet

Helmet

Squeal of Death

Films

Zappa documentary by Alex Winter

Zappa

The Panama Papers

Trust Machine

Relatively Free

Deep Web

Downloaded

Fever

Freaked