Spencer Chumbley shot and field produced the latest environmental story from VICE News. He traveled to Glendive, Montana with Nilo Tabrizy several days after a pipeline ruptured underneath the Yellowstone River and contaminated the towns drinking water supply. The 15+ minute documentary explores the incident and failures in America's pipeline regulatory system. It was shot primarily on the Canon C300, with the Washington, DC portion being shot on the Sony FS7.
VICE News has resurrected the media brand's popular environmental series - Toxic. Discourse was there behind the camera for the latest installment on the coal ash.
Erik Ljung was responsible for principle photography North Carolina and Spencer Chumbley filmed on location in Pennsylvania and Washington, DC. We utilized Canon's popular EOS-Cinema C100 and C300 series cameras.
The VICE News film "The Death of Corey Stingley" was featured in the 2014 Milwaukee Film Festival. Director Spencer Chumbley and Director of Photography / Field Producer Erik Ljung attended the screening. Check out some press about the film as well as interviews with Spencer and Erik:
- Midwest Real Podcast - Chumbley & Ljung discuss the film with Mike Nelson
- Midwest Sarcasm Podcast - with Chumbley & Ljung discuss the film with local filmmaker Chris James Thompson
- Milwaukee Film Festival - Post screening Q&A with Craig Stingley, Spencer Chumbley and Erik Ljung
- Milwaukee Record - 10 standout moments from the 2014 Milwaukee Film Festival
- Milwaukee Record - Inside the Milwaukee Show featuring interview with Chumbley
- WITI-TV FOX - “The Death of Corey Stingley” featured at Milwaukee Film Festival featuring interviews with Chumbley and Ljung
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Corey Stingley case featured in new documentary