|Born||Michael Joseph Dominic
June 18, 1970
Washington D.C., U.S.
Michael Dominic (born June 18, 1970) is an American filmmaker and photojournalist who grew up in New York City. He is most known for his documentary Sunshine Hotel which won three awards for best documentary.
Dominic has made several films, most notably the feature-length documentary, Sunshine Hotel and the narrative short "Tulips for Daisy".
Sunshine Hotel, a documentary about one of the last flophouses on New York City's Bowery, won three best documentary awards and was nominated for another dozen or so. After its festival run of almost thirty film festivals it ran on Sundance Channel from 2002-2004.
As a photojournalist he has traveled the globe, Haiti, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and many other places. His photography has appeared in dozens of outlets including The Sunday Telegraph, Tribune De Geneve, France-Amérique, The New York Daily News, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, Playboy, Redbook, Le Figaro, Le Parisien, Bilan, Chåtelaine, L'actualité, as well as many others.
Filmography as director
- Soup & the Dead at the Internet Movie Database (1994)
- Sunshine Hotel at the Internet Movie Database (2001)
- Tulips for Daisy at the Internet Movie Database (2006)
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