‘Theo Who Lived’ Director David Schisgall in Person at Select Shows

theowholived_poster_1690x2500The Brattle is pleased to welcome filmmaker David Schisgall for Q+A following select screenings of THEO WHO LIVED. Those in attendance at Friday’s 7:00 and Saturday’s 7:30 shows will have the opportunity to pose questions to the director during live Q+A following the movie.

David Schisgall has worked as a director and writer in documentary film since 1991. His feature directorial credits include Theo Who Lived (2016), Very Young Girls (2007), and The Lifestyle: Group Sex in the Suburbs (1999). His television documentary work in the Middle East has been widely praised, earning him the 2004 Edgar R. Murrow Award for his work in Iraq. In addition, for over twenty years, David has been a trusted collaborator of Errol Morris; he contributed to A Brief History of Time, Fast Cheap and Out of Control, Mr. Death, First Person, and The Unknown Known. He also produced Nina Davenport’s 2007 film Operation Filmmaker, and co-wrote the 2011 feature comedy Our Idiot Brother, starring Paul Rudd and Zoey Deschanel. (Zeitgeist Films)