Untitled Documentary Show is a mini-documentary series that chronicles the stories of different, interesting individuals in or around the city. The driving purpose of the series is to show that the folks you may walk by every day and not give more than a passing glance to are almost always interesting in their own right.
In Episode 1 of the Untitled Documentary Show, Lindsey talks to Heriberto, a street preacher in east Charlotte.
Struck by the divisive nature and isolation of our current situation, series creators Brett Green and Lindsey Miller set out to prove the fact that we’re all different but we’re all the same. Green, a local filmmaker and musician, and Miller, a photographer and sociologist, both firmly believe that what appears to be mundane is often the most sublime.
“We thought it was important to showcase the people around the city who aren’t known for being artists in the traditional sense but through conversation show their talents and inventive ideas,” says Miller.
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