Elan and Jonathan Bogarín

Elan and Jonathan Bogarín are siblings born and raised in NYC. Together they run El Tigre Productions, where they produce innovative non-fiction films and digital content for the world’s leading museums and companies. Their first feature, 306 Hollywood, premiered on opening night of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival as the first documentary ever to be included in the festival’s NEXT section. The film will be released theatrically as part of the Sundance Creative Distribution Fellowship, broadcast on POV / PBS, and streamed on Amazon. They were chosen for Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film in 2017, were awarded Emerging International Filmmakers from Hot Docs. Jonathan is a visual artist and educator who creates paintings and social practice artworks. Elan is a co-founder of the arts festival the Wassaic Project. She was nominated for the Gotham and Spirit Awards for producing Big Fan, which premiered at Sundance in 2009. 306 Hollywood opens in select theaters from September 28.


Making Art Out of Absence

By Elan and Jonathan Bogarín | September 27, 2018

Making Art Out of Absence

Siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín explain (and show!) how they made sense of their grandmother's passing in the film 306 Hollywood.