Founded by filmmaker Jim Granato, Autonomy16 Productions is a San Francisco based film & video operative committed to sharing life's experiences and visualizing the stories that come from it.
Jim Granato has directed and produced several short films and music videos. He collaborated with San Francisco's punk rock artists, The Bobbyteens for their 1999 cult hit documentary, "Rock-n-Roll Show", also directing the music video, "Hot City Boy". The 2002 Downstream International Film Festival awarded him the best music video award for "Carbon Copies", featuring the music of Brando. Jim Granato has been involved with several independent feature film productions such as past festival favorites "Stuck" (2003), "Mango Kiss" (2004), and "Revolution Summer" (2007). In addition, he's worked on award-winning documentary features including Taggart Siegel's "The Real Dirt on Farmer John" (2005), Michael Jacobs' "Audience of One" (2007) and Dori Berinstein's "Some Assembly Required" (2008).
As a freelance Director, Producer, Videographer and Editor, he has worked on projects for PBS - Independent Lens, The History Channel, Court TV, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and dozens of independent filmmakers and organizations worldwide.
On November 10 Granato's feature length documentary debut, "D tour" will premiere on the Emmy Award winning series Independent Lens on PBS. Check local listings.
You can also check out Jim Granato on the
Internet Movie Database.
Any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact Jim Granato at the address below.