Matthew Kohn's feature documentary CALL IT DEMOCRACY premiered at the Palm Springs Film Festival and has been continuously screening on networks and online since. 

Matt is currently seeking completion funds for his second feature documentary,  OUR TALL MAN, telling the story of NBA star Manute Bol in war-torn Sudan.

Matt's SITE SPECIFIC: THE LEGACY OF REGIONAL MODERNISM premiered at the Sarasota Film Festival and toured the architectural community for Metropolis magazine's 25th anniversary.  Matt produced CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO, the first 3D Feature Film at the Sundance Film Festival. The film re-enacts blackbox recordings to harrowing effect. 

Matt's edited 15 short films for the Guggenheim in 2017 and shot parts of the Academy Award short listed HBO film HEART OF A DOG for Laurie Anderson, as well as her project Delusion and Habeus Corpus, featuring a former Guantanamo Bay detainee. He has shot in Mexico, France, Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Chad, Uganda, Sudan, South Sudan and South Africa. 

Monthly, Matt curates and hosts Speakeasy Cinemaawarded Village Voice’s “Best of NY 2016.”  Matt is the author of LAKE SUCCESS (Soft Skull Press) and he has written feature length fiction screenplays.  He blogs about Sudan, politics and film for the Huffington Post. Matt graduated Brandeis University with a degree in Political Science, with an emphasis in film studies and feminist political theory.