Chuck Shultz

ABOUT CHUCK SCHULTZ (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER): When My Sleeping Dragon Woke won Best Feature Documentary Premiere at the Heartland International Film Festival (2022) and was an International Documentary Association’s DocuClub series selection (2020). The Last Crop (2016) explores an aging couple’s struggle to ensure their farm’s future in California’s Central Valley. Chuck was co-director/producer of 5 Days in July (2007), a dual-screen projection installation that revisits the 1967 Newark Riots/Rebellion. Exhibitions: Birmingham Civil Rights Institute; Debra Willis’ 1968: Then & Now, New York University Tisch School of the Arts (2008); and the Urban Research Directors Lounge exhibition in Berlin (2010). Director’s Choice Black Maria Film Festival (2008) and Jury Award Best Short Langston Hughes African American Film Festival (2009). The Rural Studio (2001), ITVS LiNKS co-production, chronicles architect Samuel Mockbee and his students’ work in Alabama’s Black Belt, aired on PBS. Exhibition: Whitney Museum of American Art 2002 Biennial and Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture (2006). Chuck and director William Garcia’s film A Day At A Time won Best Documentary at the Heartland International Film Festival (1993).