Matt Grady is the founder of Factory 25, an independent film production and distribution company launched in 2009. Factory 25 is a home for conceptually provocative narratives and documentaries. Grady was recently named "One of the Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture,” and has been called "One of the most important curatorial voices of new, independent American films." His mission is to expose the world to under-the-radar films, music, and other curiosities theatrically and digitally, as well as on TV, VOD, VHS, and limited edition discs with vinyl LPs and books. Factory 25 titles include Actual People, Ham on Rye, Other Music, All This Panic, MA, Sylvio, August at Akiko's, Uncle Kent 2, Stinking Heaven, Alex Ross Perry's The Color Wheel, Sophia Takal's Green, All the Light in the Sky, Amy Seimetz's Sun Don't Shine and the restored Sundance Grand Jury Prize winning film In the Soup by Alexandre Rockwell. Grady also produced Nathan Silver's The Great Pretender, Onur Tukel's Applesauce and Summer of Blood, Theodore Collatos & Carolina Monnerat's Queen of Lapa along with You Mean Everything to Me by Bryan Wizemann, All the Old Bells by Brent Green and Inspector Ike by Graham Mason. Factory 25’s headquarters are located in Brooklyn, New York.
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