Kevin McLaughlin

Kevin McLaughlin

Renaissance Productions
Director, Editor, Producer and Screenwriter

Montclair, New Jersey

Member Since:
July 2015
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About Kevin

Many years of experience in the business, doing every crew position imaginable. Now developing and producing my own projects in narrative and documentary features. Also available for freelance work on quality projects of interest. I work primarily in the NYC/New Jersey area. Currently seeking distribution and film festival screenings for a feature-length documentary.



  • Heather

    Heather (2017)
    Film by Choice Films Editor

  • Big Dogs

    Big Dogs (2017)
    Television by Aurelian Productions Post-Production Supervisor BIG DOGS exists in an alternate reality of New York City. Businesses are shuttered, crime is rampant, black markets thrive. Drug are run via taxis and NYPD detectives use taxis for undercover teams trying to rein in the chaos.

  • Pinch Me!

    Pinch Me! (2016)
    Film by Renaissance Productions Writer/Producer/Director

  • Riot

    Riot (2015)
    Documentary by Stumpsfilm (Documentary) Producer/Director/Editor RIOT is an independent documentary film by Kevin McLaughlin. The work chronicles the city of Newark, New Jersey, and the many ways it was affected by the civil disturbance that took place there in the summer of 1967. Today, it’s hard to believe that an event that few people remember or know anything about could have had such a huge impact on millions of people. That’s the story that this film attempts to tell. While the rioting killed 26 people, and certainly had a major affect on the families of those people, countless others were affected in many ways. Hundreds of family businesses were destroyed. Many thousands of people were displaced, and the white flight that was already underway was accelerated exponentially. That movement of people reverberated throughout the state, spurring development much farther out into the suburbs than it might have ever gone otherwise. The story can be considered a crystal ball for communities like Ferguson and Baltimore, where current-day conflicts threaten to thrust those cities into a similar downward spiral.

  • The Abduction of Zack Butterfield

    The Abduction of Zack Butterfield (2011)
    Film by Metropolis Films Sound Mixer

  • Beauty Mark

    Beauty Mark (2008)
    Documentary by SheArt Productions Cinematographer

  • Where Health Works

    Where Health Works (2006)
    Television by Midnight Media Group Supervising Producer/Writer/Editor

  • Downtown Film Fest

    Downtown Film Fest (2006)
    Television by Renaissance Productions Producer/Director/Editor

  • The Accountant

    The Accountant (1998)
    Film by One Wheel Panther Productions Sound Mixer

  • Mosquito Man

    Mosquito Man (1997)
    Film (short) by Renaissance Productions Writer/Producer/Director/Editor


  • NJ Council for the Humanities Grant

  • Long Island Film Festival Screenplay Competition

  • International Television Association Gold Award

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