“All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” is Laura Poitras’ documentary on Nan Goldin's campaign against the Sackler family. The film chronicles Goldin's life, career, and activism around the overdose crisis.

Many immensely talented people worked on this film, and I am grateful to have been allowed to work on the production as a cameraperson over the last two years.

All the Beauty and the Bloodshed is premiered at the Venice Film Festival and then was featured as the centerpiece of the New York Film Festival. It was also featured at TIFF and Telluride. At Venice, it won the prestigious Golden Lion for Best Film at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. It is the second documentary ever to win the award in the festival’s history. Additionally, it has made the Oscar shortlist for Documentary Featured Film.

News about the film, including future screenings, can be found here.