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Henry Corra

Henry John Corra (born November 11, 1955) is an American documentary filmmaker and commercial director. Henry Corra is a New York City based documentary filmmaker best known for his highly acclaimed films Umbrellas (1995), George (2000), Frames (2004), Same Sex America (2005), the Emmy nominated NYC77 (2007), the Disappearance of McKinley Nolan (2009) and Jack (2009). Corra's work is influenced by cinema verité filmmakers David and Albert Maysles (Salesman, Grey Gardens, Gimme Shelter) whom he collaborated with from 1981 - 1994. In 1994 Corra launched his own production company, Corra Films Inc. located in the heart of downtown Manhattan. Corra's films have been exhibited worldwide in theatrical venues from New York City, San Francisco, Paris and Berlin, in broadcast venues including HBO, SHOWTIME, LOGO, CBS, MTV, BRAVO, PBS, VH1, ARTE and CHANNEL 4. His work has also been exhibited in museum and cultural venues internationally including The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Louvre in Paris, The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC and the Pacific Film Archives in San Francisco.

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