The Martyr of Hudson Yards

Producer/Creative Director

The Maryr of Hudson Yards

Our debut of ‘The Martyr of Hudson Yards’, a film by Kevin V Doan, is viable on NownessAsia.
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︎︎︎ Production
︎︎︎ Creative Direction

@joshualee: Joshua Hyunho Lee
@emilymayjampel: Emily May Jampel
@codey___: Codey James
@noah.bergs>@noah.bergs: Noah Berghammer
@greasykeys97: Kevin Laverde

Production: Have Paris + WeThemUs @haveparis @wethemus
Director/Writer/Producer: Kevin V. Doan @kvdoan
Producer/Creative Director: Jen Sanchez @jenwastaken  🙋🏽‍♀️
Creative Director: Rosco Flevo @roscoflevo
Associate Producer: Grace Flores @serolfecarg
Director of Photography: Luc Ung @luc.ung
1st AC: Raul J. Colon @rj.colon
Gaffer+super 8 footage: Devon Tayman @devonmadeamovie
2nd AC: Isabella Perkins @isabelle.perkins
Key Grip: Noah Berghammer @noah.bergs
G&E Swing: Cesar Oyarzabal @_cesar_16
HMU: Celia Aurora @brushedbyceliaaurora
Production Design: Jaclyn Goldstein @jaclyn_goldstein
Art PA: Kristen Alvarenga @sukebanbruja
Art PA: Ynes Lopez @ynes.lopez
Art PA: Riley Foster @rileyfosterfilm
AD: Michelle Fernandez @michellefernandeztv
Sound Design: Karlo Corona @realsireel
Editor: Lucas Moesch @lmoesch
Composer: Johanna Cranitch @whiteprismmusic
BTS Photographer: Alessandro Buzzetta @antibuzzphoto
Music Services Company: Massive Music @massivemusic
Audio Mix: Hansdale Hsu @genghishans
Colorist: Jenny Montgomery @jennymontgomery
Vfx: Joe Desantis + Creed
Special thanks: @kodak_shootfilm , @filmsupply , Company 3, Kim Pham, Tuan Doan, Hajin Gyeltshen

As creatives we often turn inward, carrying the heaviness of mind and body that clings, a ceaseless cycle of drowning and reemerging for air. This is a message to give ourselves grace, space to feel, and a path to self acceptance.

This film addresses the fraught subject of mental health with patience. We find Elias treading the recesses of his mind to get back to his loved ones. Permitting himself to be honest and vulnerable out of love for his friends and community.

Starring Emily May Jampel and JoshuaLee, the is a depiction of what the mental health experience can be through the eyes of a young Asian American male, within a cultural landscape where such experiences are not often talked about. Thank you both bringing so much life, and energy to this moment. It was our pleasure creating with you.

© JenSanchez
Los Angeles