RUMUR | RUMUR is an independent film studio based in Brooklyn, New York.
RUMUR creates thought-provoking, engaging and shareable video content that challenges perspectives and promotes dialogue.
Rumur, Documentary, Filmmaking, Brooklyn, New York, Video Production, True Crime
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Working in Protest features a collection of footage shot across America from 1987 to 2017 . As seen from the point of view of activists, the film captures the discourse of modern political protest.



Using a first-person approach to explore the work of renowned physician Dr. John Sarno and his radical methods to treating back pain, ALL THE RAGE examines the connection between emotions and health. Through interviews with Sarno, esteemed patients, and experts, the film invites viewers to profoundly rethink our approach to healthcare.

Upside down

– .1 Sometimes we need to take a new perspective in order to free ourselves from what we believe. At least a few times a week I walk in the meadow behind my house; something that was integral to the editing of “All The Rage”. My goal is usually to use it as a time to meditate. However, much of......

Sleepyhead- the beginnings- and the videos.

I turned 49 this year, and while some days I feel a bit long in the tooth, in general I don’t have the sense that I’m almost 50. Still, it’s nearly 30 years since Chris, Rachael and I began the band sleepyhead- and that is mind boggling to me. When I was 20 I couldn’t imagine being 30 and now......

No Rational Explanation

Over the years I have written quite a bit about the strange occurrences that have cropped up in relation to my father. This morning I went to shoot a campaign endorsement video for my friend Michelle and I ended up with another mind boggling connection. As we were waiting for her pastor to show up, we were chatting and she......


Throughout the 1980s, as America’s downtown districts declined in importance and the “big-box” stores began their slow march across the country, malls became increasing central to American popular culture, dominating the social life of a large swath of the population. In 1989 Michael Galinsky, a twenty-year-old photographer, drove across the country recording this change: the spaces, textures and pace that defined this era.

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