"Kaboom" is a documentary about the history of bombing, based partly on the experiences of the people who were bombed. It's going to be pretty amazing and maybe help the world.
We have filmed in 13 countries, including England, Germany, Poland, France, Spain, Japan, China and Iraq.
Joshua Tanzer is a journalist in New York. He has worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers in Oregon, New Jersey and New York, including currently the New York Post. He has also taught journalism at Rutgers University and Hunter College. To varying degrees, he speaks English, French, German, Chinese and Spanish. (Plus a little Arabic, Japanese, Italian and Vietnamese, just enough to help with the film.)
If you would like to talk to me about bombing and how to make this project happen, please get in touch!
Philip Armand is an award-winning filmmaker, architectural designer and writer based in NY. His work has shown extensively at film festivals and art galleries through the world and heard on WBEZ in Chicago. He has directed several art-themed documentaries, “The Art of Ambivalence”, “Topsy”, “Manhattan Measure”, “Lovetown PA”. Philip's design work has been featured in Architectural Digest, The Voice, on TLC's "Four Homes" and in Men's Health Magazine "The 25 Manliest Homes in America." He has story consulted on screenplays and documentary films, written and produced TV pilots “Battle of the Band”, “As Seen on TV” and is currently working on his podcast series “Fuzzy Logic”.