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DOCUMENTARY FEATURE | 80 MIN | TFF 2014

THE NEWBURGH STING

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Through an absorbing, insider look at the case of the "Newburgh Four," The Newburgh Sting reveals the FBI’s role in targeting Muslim communities in poor neighborhoods and luring believers into committing acts of terrorism. David Heilbroner & Kate Davis’ (Southern Comfort) shocking and galvanizing exposé dissects the story of the four men arrested in 2009 for a plan to bomb Jewish centers in the Bronx. Led by a suspicious Pakistani businessman with questionable motives, the film exposes how these men—over the course of a year—went from being small-time criminals in poverty-stricken Newburgh to high-level national security threats. With incredible footage gathered from hidden cameras, directors Heilbroner and Davis investigate just what homegrown terrorism means.

-Dan Hunt
@film Information
Year: 2014
Length: 80 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: David Heilbroner and Kate Davis
Screenwriter: David Heilbroner
Producer: David Heilbroner
Editor: Kate Davis and David Heilbroner
Cinematographer: Kate Davis
Executive Producer: David Heilbroner and Kate Davis
Press Contacts

US Sales Contact
Dan Cogan
Impact Partners
Brooklyn, 11201
Phone: 646 786 7080
dan@impactpartnersfilm.com

International Sales Contact
Dan Cogan
Impact Partners
Brooklyn, 11201
Phone: 646 786 7080
dan@impactpartnersfilm.com

Print Source
David Heilbroner
QBall Productions
New York, 10024
Phone: 917 848 5036
dheilbroner@gmail.com

Print Source
Kate Davis
QBall Productions
New York, 10024
Phone: 917 848 5036
qball@nyc.rr.com

Press Contact
Chalena Cadenas
Tribeca Film Festival
New York, 10013
Phone: 646 722 9034
ccadenas@tribecafilmfestival.org

About the Director(s)
David Heilbroner is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who produced the Emmy-winning, Jockey (directed by Kate Davis), and wrote and co-directed, alongside Kate Davis again, the Peabody-winning, Stonewall Uprising, among other titles. He also worked as a Manhattan prosecutor, a criminal justice professor at John J. College,authored two highly regarded books on criminal justice issues, and has spent years studying terrorism. Kate Davis’ Southern Comfort (2001 Sundance Film Festival Grand Prize winner) won over 25 awards and continues to be screened as a seminal work aimed towards overcoming transphobia.

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