Marshall Curry got his start shooting, directing, and editing the documentary, STREET FIGHT, which follows Cory Booker's first run for mayor of Newark, NJ. It aired on PBS, the BBC, HBO Latin America, and numerous other stations around the world, and was nominated for an Academy Award and an Emmy. After STREET FIGHT, Curry was the Director and Producer, as well as one of the Cinematographers and Editors of the documentary, RACING DREAMS, which follows three children who dream of racing in NASCAR. The film won numerous awards, including Best Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival. It aired on PBS’s documentary series, POV. Curry's latest documentary, IF A TREE FALLS: A STORY OF THE EARTH LIBERATION FRONT (director, editor, writer), follows a radical environmentalist who faced life in prison for burning two Oregon timber facilities. It won the Sundance Film Festival award for Best Documentary Editing, was nominated for a Writer's Guild Award, and was released theatrically by Oscilloscope Laboratories. It went on to be nominated for an Academy Award and aired on POV.