End of the Line

: Documentary Feature
GENRE: Documentary
STATUS: Post-Production


END OF THE LINE - a feature-length documentary - is a character-driven political drama about the New York City subway crisis and a long overdue reckoning on infrastructure. Filmed from 2016 to 2021, its story is emblematic of tumultuous times felt across urban America, as the struggle to overcome decay gives way to existential peril in the 11th hour.


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Emmett Adler - Director

Emmett Adler is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker who has taught art in Shenzhen, China, was once a chess champion in the state of Illinois, and can juggle pins while walking on stilts. He has over 10 years experience as a documentary and commercial editor and he will soon premiere his directorial debut with the feature documentary END OF THE LINE, a character-driven political drama about the New York City subway crisis and a long overdue reckoning on infrastructure.

To view his personal portfolio visit emmettadler.com

Ian Mayer - Producer

IAN MAYER is a Clio-Award winning freelance editor and graphics artist living in New York City. He was editor and associate producer for The Incomparable Rose Hartman, a feature-length documentary film that premiered at SXSW and has screened at 15 festivals. His other editorial credits include ESPN's Inside: U.S. Soccer's March to Brazil, MSNBC's Pot Barons, and various television commercials. He has also created visuals for two Super Bowl Halftime Shows, music awards performances for KE$HA and Beyoncé, and concert tours for Beyoncé, Roger Waters and Norah Jones. Ian studied filmmaking at the University of Arizona. To view his personal portfolio visit iancmayer.com

Mariah Wilson - Co-Producer

MARIAH WILSON has produced series for PBS, National Geographic, A&E, Animal Planet, Discovery, History, MSNBC, VICE, Vocativ, Google, and The Smithsonian Institution. Her recent films are KAZIRANGA (Humane Society ACE Award/Grant) about the rhino poaching crisis in India, and EEYA, about indigenous Baka tribes in Cameroon who are caught in the crossfire of poaching (featured on National Geographic’s “Wildlife Watch”). She is currently premiering SILENT FORESTS, about forest elephant poaching in central Africa. (Telluride Mountainfilm Commitment Grant, NYSCA Grant Recipient 2017, IFP Spotlight on Docs, World Premiere: 2019 Santa Barbara Film Festival, Finalist in Feature Competition, 2019 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival). For more, please visit: www.mariahewilson.com

Brian Torres - Associate Producer

BRIAN TORRES is the founder of Mammoth Editorial and the co-founder of Búho, a video production studio in Bogota. His work as an editor and director of photography has been shown on the Discovery Channel, CNN, Univision, Fusion and Telemundo. He has worked with companies and brands such as Vox Media, The Verge, Fly, SB Nation, Nikon, Twitter, Avianca, Audi, Colombia and Ubeci.


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UPDATE - March 16, 2020

End of the Line has raised over $25k via a successful Kickstarter campaign!

UPDATE - January 14, 2020

End of the Line has received a $5k grant from the Lucius and Eva Eastman Fund!

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