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Miriam Cutler

Thin

2006
Thin

Project Details

Released 2006
Production Company HBO/Actual Reality/directed by Lauren Greenfield
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Project Details

Synopsis


THIN is a cinema verité documentary that takes us inside the walls of Renfrew, a clinic in southern Florida that specializes in the treatment of eating disorders. Renowned documentary photographer Lauren Greenfield makes her directorial debut with this film and chronicles the treatment of four women as they struggle to overcome an illness that has consumed their lives. With breathtaking style and remarkable intimacy, Greenfield interweaves both the physical and emotional ramifications of this complicated disease and the stories of the brave wounded women on this arduous journey to recovery. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival, 2006 and won praise from critics and audiences around the country, making its broadcast debut on HBO, and garnering an Emmy Nomination.


Credits


HBO/Actual Reality Pictures


Produced by R.J. Cutler, Lauren Greenfield, Amanda Micheli, and Ted Skillman


Directed by Lauren Greenfield


Edited by Kate Amend, ACE


Original Score by Miriam Cutler


Awards & Festivals


HBO Premier Broadcast 11/14/06, and is still airing on HBO


Nominated, Emmy award 2007


Winner, 2006 Award for Best Documentary Film, Jackson Hole Film Festival


Winner, Documentary Grand Jury Prize, Boston Independent Film Festival


Winner, Documentary Grand Jury Prize, Newport International Film Festival


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Reviews


"... well-structured, fiercely candid movie." ~ Variety


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Project Details

Synopsis


THIN is a cinema verité documentary that takes us inside the walls of Renfrew, a clinic in southern Florida that specializes in the treatment of eating disorders. Renowned documentary photographer Lauren Greenfield makes her directorial debut with this film and chronicles the treatment of four women as they struggle to overcome an illness that has consumed their lives. With breathtaking style and remarkable intimacy, Greenfield interweaves both the physical and emotional ramifications of this complicated disease and the stories of the brave wounded women on this arduous journey to recovery. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival, 2006 and won praise from critics and audiences around the country, making its broadcast debut on HBO, and garnering an Emmy Nomination.


Credits


HBO/Actual Reality Pictures


Produced by R.J. Cutler, Lauren Greenfield, Amanda Micheli, and Ted Skillman


Directed by Lauren Greenfield


Edited by Kate Amend, ACE


Original Score by Miriam Cutler


Awards & Festivals


HBO Premier Broadcast 11/14/06, and is still airing on HBO


Nominated, Emmy award 2007


Winner, 2006 Award for Best Documentary Film, Jackson Hole Film Festival


Winner, Documentary Grand Jury Prize, Boston Independent Film Festival


Winner, Documentary Grand Jury Prize, Newport International Film Festival


thin emmy   thin sundance 2006   thin HBO doc


Reviews


"... well-structured, fiercely candid movie." ~ Variety


For New York Times, MSNBC, People Magazine, LA Times, CNN and more press and interviews, click here.



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