Nick Fitzhugh

  • 2016 — Director
Nick Fitzhugh’s film career began in college when, as a student at Brown University, he co-founded Glimpse, a storytelling platform about living abroad that was later acquired by National Geographic Society. In 2010, Fitzhugh decided to dedicate his attention to filmmaking, working on short films, music videos, series and features. He has worked for such clients as CNN, National Geographic, ESPN Classic and TED. His films include Soccer City, a documentary series about life and soccer in South Africa during the first-ever World Cup held in Africa; Starboard Light, a documentary that spans five generations and explores the whether family makes a house or whether a house makes family; and Conflict, a series about photographers in conflict zones that includes We’re All Complicit (Mountainfilm 2016) and features photographer Robin Hammond.

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We Are All Complicit2015USA7mins2016Details »