About Noah Damron

Born and raised in St. Ignace, MI, just across the Mackinac Bridge, Noah has had a love for movies since before he could remember. Taken to the movie theater numerous times every week by his grandmother, Noah always had a strong affection for cinema. A graduate of the Motion Picture Institute in Troy, Michigan, Noah's passion for films is just as infectious today as it was when he was a child. His favorite films include: The Dark Knight, Pulp Fiction, 2001: A Space Odyssey, 12 Angry Men, John Carpenter's Halloween, The Raid 2, To Kill A Mockingbird, Moonlight, The Shining, Toy Story 3

Waves

Writer/Director/Co-Editor Trey Edward Shults has spent his career thus far exploring the inner workings of broken families, from his breakout debut feature, "Krisha", to his ambiguous and bleak 2017 masterpiece, [...]

Queen & Slim

The 2010's have been an astonishing decade for bold, diverse storytellers. Emerging filmmakers such as Barry Jenkins, Ava Duvernay, Jordan Peele and Steve McQueen all making their own dent in [...]

21 Bridges

We first meet NYPD detective, Andre Davis (Chadwick Boseman), as he is investigated by Internal Affairs after having fired his weapon for the 8th time in his 10 years on [...]

Ford v Ferrari

Making quite the switch in gears from his critical and financial game-changer, 2017’s “Logan”, Director James Mangold has now decided to tackle an inspiring, true American story. Set in 1966, [...]

Doctor Sleep

Director Mike Flanagan has spent most of his career attempting to untangle the endless web that is the human psyche. Like many classic filmmakers, he attempts to untangle these webs [...]

The Lighthouse

After making a big splash with both critics and audiences with his directorial debut “The Witch”, writer/director Robert Eggers has returned with the anticipated nautical nightmare, “The Lighthouse”. Shot on [...]

Gemini Man

Director Ang Lee has always been known to push boundaries in his work. Whether it be the breathtaking "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", "Brokeback Mountain" or more recently with 2012's "Life [...]