Huffington Post talks to Eddie about Valentine Road.
A new documentary is set to premiere on HBO next week that attempts to examine and unpack the complicated and tragic death of a gender non-conforming teen.
Eddie cameos as himself, pinch-hitting for Max Joseph in the Season 2 wrap-up special for Catfish: The TV Show, Last Hooks.
“Gun” is a short film about a man who buys a handgun for protection and becomes obsessed with the newfound sense of power it gives him. “Valentine Road,” a documentary, looks at a school shooting in California. “Blue Caprice” was inspired by the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
An HBO Documentary Films presentation of a BMP Films production, in association with Eddie Schmidt Prods. Produced by Marta Cunningham, Sasha Alpert, Schmidt. Executive producers, Jon Murray, Gil Goldschein, Sheila Nevins. Directed by Marta Cunningham.
A 2008 California hate crime that resulted in the death of 15-year-old Larry King is the subject of Marta Cunningham’s powerful documentary.
“Valentine Road” Premiere – 2013 Sundance Film Festival
Moderates talk with docmakers & TV titans Randy Barbato & Fenton Bailey
Eddie goes one-on-one with Participant Media’s Courtney Sexton: View All the Photos at http://www.wireimage.com
Eddie guests on a “Documentary Case Studies” panel about the creation & release of “Beauty Is Embarrassing”
The LA Times shows some tasty love for Eddie’s GOOD BREAD and the entire “Focus Forward” film series:
The venerable Atlantic talks to Eddie about distribution in the digital age: