Christopher Stoudt

Originally from New Orleans, Christopher Stoudt is a documentary filmmaker based in Los Angeles. He is the co-creator of the Webby Award-winning docuseries “60 Second Docs,” for which he has produced over 90 episodes. In 2018 he was nominated for a Los Angeles Emmy for Outstanding Director for his feature documentary, Lost LA: Descanso Gardens. His short, Camp ALEC, was co-produced by the Kennedy/Marshall Company and acquired by Disney+. His latest short Four Seasons Total Documentary (MSNBC) is streaming on Peacock. He is currently in development of his first feature film with Vox Media. He is the director of The Orchestra Chuck Built (Mountainfilm 2023).

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