Graham Patterson

Graham Patterson

Kinetic Studios NYC
Director, Editor, Post-Production Supervisor, Producer, Screenwriter and Videographer

New York City, New York

Member Since:
June 2016
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About Graham

Graham Patterson is a film Director, Producer, and Editor. On opposite ends of the spectrum, Graham is a bonafide cinephile with an unhealthy proclivity to lowbrow cooking competition shows.

He graduated with a BFA in film studies in Wilmington, North Carolina. Following his education, he oscillated in a number of production roles between industry and independent Film & TV for FOX, NBC, ABC, & Lions Gate productions. In the pursuit of supporting local filmmaking, he also co-founded and directed the video marketing department for the Dirt Poor Filmmakers Festival.

As a filmmaker, Graham has premiered narrative shorts in both NYC and North Carolina festivals as a Writer, Director, and Producer. His experience in both the independent and commercial environment afford him an understanding of the co-dependence of art and industry to connect with an audience, and his production capabilities allow him to drive all stages of production with that connection in mind.



  • A Roundabout Road to Broadway

    A Roundabout Road to Broadway (2016)
    TV Movie (History) Cinematographer "A Roundabout Road to Broadway" chronicles the theatre's 50 year history and road to success, revealing the artistic leaps of faith along the way - from producing plays out of a supermarket basement, to battling bankruptcy to becoming one of New York's most reputable cultural institutions. Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris and featuring never-before-seen interviews with Alec Baldwin, Laura Benanti, Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming, Adam Driver, Jake Gyllenhaal, Stephen Karam, Jane Krakowski, Frank Langella, Audra McDonald, Helen Mirren, Liam Neeson, Christopher Plummer and many more.

  • The Disposable Generation

    The Disposable Generation (2014)
    Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Director confining its curious lens within the familiar device of "a house party", The Disposable Generation is an exploratory short narrative meandering through a handful of confidently lost gen-y'ers as they navigate their inherited anxieties, their layered philosophies, and ultimately their excuses to carry on as they are. it's a party where everything that glitters is gold and numbness is a virtue. inside these confines, an apathetic youth favors the modern american dream which doesn't necessarily involve being awake any more. with an inherently short running time, this ensemble piece aims to present succinct, revelatory anecdotes (and occasional warnings) about generation Y. Written by Press Pause Productions [us]

  • Drag Him Out!

    Drag Him Out! (2013)
    Film (Short, Action, Crime and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Mitch Cotter is untouchable. A star bounty-hunter with a flawless reputation, he is the prize tool of several less-than-savory institutions. But when he's called on to exact a hit on an unlikely target - and for unclear reasons - he finds himself confronted with the true nature of his profession. Written by Anonymous

  • Bottled Up

    Bottled Up (2013)
    Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Past and present intertwine as two estranged brothers attempt to reconnect despite painful memories of a childhood they wish they could forget.

  • Crybaby Bridge

    Crybaby Bridge (2013)
    Film (Horror and Thriller) Actor Nick, Ryan, and Bill have a dream: to have their own hunting show on television. They are given the chance at a trial run, a documentary about the hunting experience. But when they cross the bridge and into the woods beyond, the hunters find themselves in the midst of the legend of Elizabeth, a vengeful specter willing to do whatever it takes to be reunited with her lost child.Can the hunters save themselves from becoming the hunted, or are they doomed to be become a permanent part of the legend of Crybaby Bridge? Written by Anonymous

  • The Basement

    The Basement (2012)
    Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department The story of Jim, a young boy who is held captive by a deranged older man. Jim's fate growingly becomes dependent on his metal fortitude and will to endure.

  • The Cave

    The Cave (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • Dollars & Cents

    Dollars & Cents (2012)
    Film (Short and Mystery) Director Add a Plot »

  • Jerry with Problems

    Jerry with Problems (2010)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Jerry is a simple man with a simple plan, escaping the psych ward. But he will need the help of his new friends, Neilson and Harold, if he hopes to sneak past the guards and bust out.

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