Director Barry Walton is the best-kept secret in documentary filmmaking. With 5 documentaries and an Emmy, his work continues to capture audiences and elevate brands. Having won 15 awards for 'Best Documentary Short' with his most recent film, 'Empty America,' he is directly on course to becoming a household name, one that will not soon be forgotten.
In his years as a filmmaker, he has traveled to the Himalayas to film the world's highest footrace, lived in Italy to film the Violin Ghetto, and ran through the jungles of Hawaii while filming 'Profiling HURT.' Most recently, he traveled across the United States in the midst of the 2020 pandemic, capturing the complicity that left the country empty. He is now screening his newest work, 'Empty America,' at festivals.
Awards & Recognition:
2022: 16x Best Documentary Award - 'Empty America'
2014: EMMY AWARD for Sports - One-Time Special
2013: I.D.E.A. GOLDEN MATRIX AWARD (Best Mascot Video)