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Sometimes Lucky is Better Than Smart

Available for Streaming | Pluto & Tubi
Released 2017

It’s Always About the Story

Available for Streaming | Tubi
Released 2016

We Are Art

Available for Streaming | Tubi & Fandango
Released 2022

Napoli Eden

Available for Streaming | Tubi & Prime Video
Released 2020

Coming This Summer!

Mel Brooks: Seriously… Well, Almost

Mel Brooks, the legendary producer-writer-director-actor-composer-lyricist, whose career spans over seven decades and as of 2023 is one of only 23 entertainers that are members of the elite EGOT club… the “Grand Slam” of show business, its members having won Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards.

Joining Mel on this entertaining and candid look behind the scenes of his fabled career are two his long-time friends and collaborators Award-winning producers Alan Ladd, Jr. and Michael Gruskoff.

Brimming with evocative clips and nostalgic moments, “Mel Brooks: Seriously… Well, Almost” will put a smile on your face and a tear in your eye.

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The Film History Preservation

Project and more…

In recognition for his work on The Film History Preservation Project Isaacs was included in “Who’s Who in America” 2021 and 2022 editions.

In 2019 Isaacs was recruited by Internationally renown artist and filmmaker Annalaura di Luggo’s Annyidi Productions, based in Naples Italy, to collaborate with her company as a creative consultant. To date, their collaboration has produced two films.

In 2020 Isaacs was creative consultant on the Italian/English documentary “Napoli Eden” which qualified for Academy Award consideration.

In 2022 Isaacs was supervisor of production, 2nd unit director, and creative consultant on the Italian/ English documentary “We Are Art”, which also qualified for Academy Award consideration.

Sometimes Lucky is Better Than Smart

conversations with mace neufeld

It’s Always About the Story

CONVERSATIONS WITH ALAN LADD, JR.

Tough Ain’t Enough

CONVERSATIONS WITH ALBERT S. RUDDY

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Stanley Isaacs in collaboration with

Annalaura di Luggo presents:

We Are Art

The documentary follows Annalaura as she undertakes her most artistic creative challenge, “Colloculi”, an immersive, multimedia interactive art installation created to stimulate a spiritual awareness of the value of every human being… no matter who they are or what misfortune they may have faced in life.

The artwork was constructed in the shape of a Giant Eye made of recycled aluminum, recycling symbolizing environmental rebirth.

We Are Art was filmed on location in Naples Italy and documents the creative process which began with Annalaura interviewing dozens of young adults who shared their personal accounts about how they overcame adversities such as bullying, racial discrimination, blindness, alcohol and drug abuse, sexual discrimination and crime.

Once Annalaura chose the final 4 protagonists their intimate revelations were transformed through Annalaura’s artistic interpretation by blending their stories with the language of photography, digital video art, sound design, sensory interaction and experimental cinema.

The completed narrative was then integrated into the Giant Eye and is projected through the Pupil allowing the viewer in the gallery, through virtual technology, to actually interact and become part of the installation.

Thus, with each individual viewing “Colloculi” undergoes transformation as the artist, the art and its protagonists and the viewer become one… We Are Art.

Available for streaming!

Isaacs and Di Luggo had previously

collaborated on:

Napoli Eden

Artist Annalaura di Luggo uses recycled aluminum to construct four monumental works in Naples, Italy.

Di Luggo says the documentary highlights environmental and social issues that must be addressed in a post-pandemic world.

Napoli Eden follows di Luggo as she takes on her latest art project, four works constructed from recycled aluminum that she places in symbolic locations throughout her native Naples.

While aiming to highlight sustainability and environmental protection, the multimedia artist also enlists underprivileged youth from Naples’ Spanish Quarters to help build her projects, with an emphasis on social inclusion and giving the teens a new perspective on life.

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