Nicholas Perrone

Two girls maneuver through the Boy Scouts of America’s new decision that allows them to join, while the Girls Scouts of the USA and some Boy Scout adult leaders push back.


This is only an except of a 35 minute short documentary.


Directed, Produced, Edited, & Shot by Nicholas Perrone

In the back of every theater and in every booth is a projectionist. An occupation being wiped out by automation. For 12 years Raymond has been one of those projectionists at one of New York City's premiere independent theaters "The Film Forum".

Produced, filmed, and edited by Nicholas Perrone.

In New York City, private carting companies collect more than 3 million tons of waste and recyclables per year from businesses. But where does all that waste go?

Produced, filmed, and edited by Nicholas Perrone.

East Harlem is considered by many residents to be a food desert. But is it actually designated as one? Experts aren't so sure.

Produced, filmed, and edited by Nicholas Perrone.

Additional filming and reporting by Meredith Lawrence.

Outcasting, an LGBT radio station in Westchester, NY is looking to change the discussion on how gay issues are discussed in the media. It's led by Marc Sophos, a gay man who hopes to help these teens accept and be proud of who they are.

Produced, filmed, and edited by Nicholas Perrone.

Matthew Samuelson is New York City mural and sketch  artist who is painting the city's security gates to inspire its residents.

Produced, filmed, and edited by Nicholas Perrone. 

Additional filming by Meredith Lawrence.

Filmmaker Nicholas Perrone questions his grandmother Rose Cillis, an  Italian-American immigrant, as she recounts her experiences with war, immigration, and family.

Produced and edited by Nicholas Perrone.

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