Paul Lamont
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  • Buffalo, NY
  • United States

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Toward Castle Films
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history, public affairs, arts, performance
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producer, director, writer, independent media maker
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Professional Career Highlights

Documentary Films

Glorious Battle: The siege of Fort Erie (2011, producer, director, writer)

A 30-minute film that recounts the events of the summer of 1814 that left both sides of the Niagara River in ruins and Old Fort Erie as the bloodiest battlefield in Canada.   The documentary focuses on characters that experienced the battle and exposes the futility of war.  (National PBS)


Elbert Hubbard: An American Original (2009, producer, director, writer)

A 60-minute biography of Elbert Hubbard, an icon of the American Arts and Crafts Movement in the early 20th century (National PBS)


Herbert Hauptman: Portrait of a Laureate (2008, producer, director, writer)

A 30-minute film chronicling the life of Nobel Laureate Dr. Herbert Hauptman (Regional PBS)


Dangerous Silence (2006, producer, director)

A 30-minute film examining HIV and AIDS in Western New York and Canada (Regional PBS)


Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo (2006, producer, director, writer)

A 60-minute film chronicling the early career of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his association with Buffalo, NY businessman Darwin D. Martin.  (National PBS)


Driven to Play: The North American Rock Guitar Competition (2003, producer, director)

A 30- minute behind the scenes documentary that profiles five competitors of the North American Rock Guitar Competition.  (National PBS)


Enduring Faith (2000, producer, writer, director, editor)                                                 

90-minute historical documentary that examines race in the American Catholic church within the context of the struggle to establish an African American clergy following the Civil War.  (National PBS)


Fading in the Mist (1996, co-producer, writer, director, editor) 

A 60-minute film on the history of exploitation and the on-going struggle for scenic preservation at Niagara Falls, NY.  (National PBS)


in/word/out (1992, co-producer, writer, editor)

A 60- minute documentary on contemporary performance poets.  (Regional PBS)


Honorable Nations, (1990, sound) produced by Chana Gazit and David Steward 

Emmy Award winning 60-minute documentary concerning Native American land-lease issues in a rural New York State community.  (National PBS)

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Down a New Road with a New Film

Posted on July 11, 2011 at 9:37am 0 Comments

I've officially departed from WNED and am now working as an independent.  I had some great opportunities at WNED to produce some memorable films but I have a couple of my own projects in development that will keep me busy.  One that we expect to start filming in the spring is about a singer/songwriter who rose from the Greenwich Village folk scene with the likes of Bob Dylan, Judy Collins, Phil Ochs and others.  He's still out there plugging away so it should be a powerful film about a… Continue

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