Corra’s work is characterized by a deep and intense relationship with his subjects, his painterly eye, and his novelist sensibility.His first feature, the award-winning “Umbrellas” (PBS/Arte, 1995), shows the deep passions of the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude on a world stage and the inherently dramatic and at times painful consequences of their work. S are living in poverty today – more than during the Great Depression.Corra’s seminal feature doc uncovers the stories of dozens of what are known as “America’s Throwaway Kids.” “Magic happens on camera with Corra Films.” -Sherry Matthews, Sherry Matthews Advocacy Marketing A documentary feature by Corra and Charlene Rule about legendary media artist Grahame Weinbren. Corra captures the complexity, mystery and excitement of the creative process.
I think this is one of the most exciting projects I’ve ever worked on.” Philip Huang, MD, Austin Health Department 3x Addy, Webby, and Telly award winning, it is now on permanent collection at the CDC library.
It had to be seen as more than essential.” — Jeremy Schwartz, Partners Napier “Henry Corra followed me through one of the most important transitions of my life.
Right from the start I trusted him and that trust is conveyed in the very moving film he created.” Sam Johnson, Chairman “This work radically changed our client’s understanding of the emotional power of real people storytelling.” – Sherry Matthews, Founder/CEO, Sherry Matthews Advocacy Marketing.
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Emmy-nominated filmmaker Henry Corra is best known for his unique brand of creative nonfiction and his deep connection to people and their stories on film.
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