One, One Thousand | Southern Photography


by Alana Goldstein

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Project statement:

Boxing has always been a sport where legends are made. In the South, kids with nothing to lose and everything to prove, fight for their uncertain futures.


Bio and contact:

Alana is a producer and director of film, television, and multimedia. In 2008, she produced HBO's Kids + Money, chronicling the culture of consumerism among America’s teens. The film premiered at the AFI Film Festival, winning the Shorts Audience Award, and won the prestigious Gold Plaque at the Hugo Television Awards. She directed six short films for Frito-Lay's True North series, documenting social entrepreneurs across the United States. Alana produced Thin, a photography book published by Chronicle Books and a traveling museum show that serves as a multimedia companion piece to HBO’s eating disorder film, Thin. Additionally, Alana has developed documentary TV content for DIY Network, MSNBC, and Travel. Also, she is a commercial and editorial photographer who has shot for Coca-Cola, Capital One, Fiat, Volkswagen, and Newsweek.


Alana is an Atlanta, GA, based photographer.
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