Sam Cullman (born 1977) is a cinematographer, director and editor of documentaries, and the founder of Animated Advocacy, a video production company providing services for nonprofit organizations.
On January 24, 2012, Cullman and Marshall Curry were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for the film If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front. At the 84th Academy Awards, their film lost to Undefeated.
Cullman is also best friends with political analyst and hotelier Nicholas Noe.
- Kilgannon, Corey (October 16, 2012). "After 15 Years, a Roadside Performer Is Getting the Spotlight". The New York Times. Retrieved 2012-10-23.
- Sam Cullman - If a Tree Falls from creative-capital.org
- Credits from YellowCakeFilms.com
- If a Tree Falls Filmmaker Reacts to Oscar Nomination from beyondthebox.org
- Yellow Cake Films, Cullman's production company
- Sam Cullman at the Internet Movie Database
- If a Tree Falls: A video interview with Sam Cullman for POV at PBS
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