Gabriel Rhodes has worked on several documentaries and short films including the short film, Anna is Being Stalked, which premiered at Sundance.
Gabriel was completed editing work for The Sundance Channel, Showtime, and A&E, and a wide array films and earlier works, Control Room, and My Kid Could Paint That.
He also directed and edited August in the Empire State following Cheri Honkala, liberal activist, Paul Rodriguez, Republican candidate for Congress; and Michelle Goldberg, an independent journalist during the 2004 Republican National Convention.
Gabriel’s documentary, Behind the Glass, tells the story of motion picture projectionists preparing to make their last stand against the encroaching forces of technology as digital projection technology replaces century-old projectors in theatres across the country.
Gabriel also worked as an editor on the award winning documentaries, Quest For Honor, about a former teacher and tireless activist that works to investigate and eradicate honor killings in the tribal regions of Kurdistan, and The Tillman Story, about football player Pat Tillman’s death in the line of duty that the military manipulated into a propaganda tool.