A little writeup in the PNYA Newsletter.
Documentary editor Tyler H. Walk has had several projects premiering and in the works this year. Tickling Giants, a Technicolor/Postworks documentary directed by Sara Taksler, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this past April. The film follows Bassem Youssef, the “Egyptian Jon Stewart” as Egypt continues to struggle with defining its democracy in a military-ruled country. He also edited Catching the Sun, a documentary about the solar revolution directed by Shalini Kantayya, landed on Netflix and other streaming service this past spring. Roseanne for President!, a Tribeca Film Festival favorite last year, directed by Eric Weinrib, will have a New York and Los Angeles run starting July 1st. Tyler’s next project, tentatively titled Sylvia & Marsha, will be his second feature documentary collaboration with director David France. Their first feature, How to Survive a Plague was nominated for an Academy Award in 2013. Tyler continues to direct his first feature film Erdos Bacon, about the six degrees of Kevin Bacon and the small world phenomenon, and anticipates entering post production this coming winter. His Bacon number is still 2.