END OF THE LINE - a feature-length documentary - is a character-driven political drama about the New York City subway crisis and a long overdue reckoning on infrastructure. Filmed from 2016 to 2021, this story is emblematic of tumultuous times felt across urban America, as the struggle to overcome decay gives way to existential peril in the 11th hour.

This film has raised over $32k via a successful Kickstarter campaign and grants from the Lucius and Eva Eastman Fund and the Puffin Foundation, and garnered extensive media coverage from The New York Times, Vice, PBS, and more.