Noah Hutton

Noah Hutton‘s narrative debut, Lapsis, an innovative, darkly funny sci-fi drama which he directed, edited and composed the score for, is out on virtual cinema, VOD and digital through Film Movement. Hutton directed the award-winning documentary features Deep Time (SXSW 2015), and Crude Independence (SXSW 2009). In 2015 he created Brain City, a multi platform installation in Times Square commissioned by the Times Square Arts Alliance that brought visuals from six leading neuroscience labs to some of the largest outdoor displays in the world. His upcoming documentary In Silico is a critical look at a decade of neuroscience. Noah received the Jacob Burns Film Center’s 2015 New Lens Award.

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@skye_aster wonderful i'm very glad to hear it! thank you for checking it out

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Talks

What a Feminist, Anti-Colonial Science Lab Taught Me About Ethical Filmmaking

By Noah Hutton | February 12, 2021

What a Feminist, Anti-Colonial Science Lab Taught Me About Ethical Filmmaking

Filmmaker Noah Hutton on how he was inspired to create a handbook so that the making of his new film Lapsis adhered to the values it upheld.