Laura Green is a documentary director and editor based in San Francisco. She has directed, produced and edited five short documentaries, which played at numerous festivals, including Palm Springs Shortfest, Aspen Shortsfest, Sarasota Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, and Outfest. She edited True Son (2014), a feature length documentary, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and most recently edited the first season of the ITVS-funded documentary web-series The F Word. She is currently directing Human Conditions, a documentary about the crisis in health care in rural America. She is also a lecturer at Stanford University, California College of the Arts, and the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley.
The small, tight-knit community of Vashon Island has become a reluctant poster child for the growing debate around childhood vaccinations. This portrait of an island community digs beneath the surface to investigate the tensions between individual choices and collective responsibilities.
Installation explores the boundaries between art and industry as it documents the process of constructing Richard Serra's massive steel sculpture 'Sequence.'
16mm color film
The filmmaker takes the experience of her little brother, living in post-earthquake Tokyo, as a point of departure for this exploration of how we deal with the possibility of disaster.
A four generation family business adapts to a globalizing market.
This team portrait looks at Polynesian women in East Palo Alto who find community through rugby.