Revere La Noue was born and raised in the city of Baltimore, MD. Before coming to Stanford, Revere lived in Washington D.C. for five years working as an artist and filmmaker. His first film, Harvest,is a documentary about living with the challenges of the motor-neuron disease, ALS. He then started Paradox One, a production label under which he made several informational pieces for the educational and medical communities. In 2002, he became co-founder and creative director of Baby Explorer Inc., a company that designs developmental media for infants. Revere received his BA from the University of Notre Dame as a double major in Film, Television, and Theater and Government and International Relations.
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A glimpse into a hidden world where men study the science of seduction and train in the art of attraction.
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An abstract look at the role of tiny glitches in the formation of the universe and the possible ripple effects in our world and our genes.
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The traumatic story of a Bhutanese man who was forced down a path of brutality, struggle, and loneliness when the country he loved became a dangerous place to live for him and his people.
16mm black and white film
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A look at the relationship between Stanford University and its controversial "marching" band.
Awards, Festivals, and Screenings
Stanford Alumni Film Festival, Santa Barbara, CA
Stanford Alumni Weekend Film Screening