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.
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RUMUR is an independent film studio based in Brooklyn, New York.
We are curious. We are easily-inspired.

Yo La Memorias

It’s hard for me to fathom that it’s been almost 30 years since my friend Gene took me to Hoboken to see Yo La Tengo at Maxwells. Last night my wife Suki and I went to the Carolina Theater in Durham to see them on their current acoustic tour. As we walked up the box office I was struck by......

Horns and Halos- More relevant than ever

We made a couple of narrative feature films in the 90′s that documented the underground music scene. They were shot on film and they were hellaciously hard to shoot. In 1999 digital video cameras began to get produced, and the quality was great for documentaries, and freed us up from the necessity of working with a crew. We got an......


I’m in Alabama helping a friend shoot a short documentary about an Okra festival in Burkville. She’s a farmer who used to be a scientist and now she’s working on a book about the agricultural, political, social, and industrial aspects of Okra. The Okra fest is about a mile from the route 80 Selma to Montgomery march so the political......



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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If you’ve ever gotten separated from your child for just a few moments and remember the depth of panic that sets in, then you can begin to understand what Noreen Gosch has felt over the last 30 years since her son Johnny disappeared delivering newspapers in West Des Moines, Iowa on the morning of September 5, 1982.

More than any other missing child case, Johnny’s story has spawned countless theories and has instilled intrigue in the millions who remember the kid on the side of a milk carton.

WHO TOOK JOHNNY is an examination into the infamous thirty-year-old cold case behind the disappearance of Iowa paperboy Johnny Gosch, the first missing child to appear on a milk carton.

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