Bryan Gunnar Cole
Bryan Gunnar Cole is a filmmaker with over 20 years of experience in theater, film, and television. Bryan's documentary feature films include Boomtown (PBS/POV), It’s Good to Be the President (History Channel), and Search for the First Dog (National Geographic), as well as his narrative feature Day Zero. His editing credits span feature films, documentaries, and unscripted television series. His recently completed films as editor include the documentary features Stink! (Netflix) and the C-Word (Executive Produced and narrated by Morgan Freeman), and Moor, a narrative feature out of Pakistan. His work on climate related programming includes co-producing "Return to Penguin City" about how climate pressures are changing Adelie Penguin populations in Antarctica, editing the award winning documentaries "Can't Stop The Water" and "Arctic Son," as well as media creation for the non profits EcoAdapt, webisodes for Penguin Science, and Oikonos. Bryan earned his B.A. in Film Studies from Yale University and an M.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute of Film and Television. He is an assistant professor in the Communication and Film Studies Department at Le Moyne College.