As a teenager in 1950 Brooklyn, all Saul wanted to do was hang out with his friends and go to the beach. Instead, he got roped into a dangerous new job, and Saul got in a little over his head.
Joshua Carlon is a Minnesota-based filmmaker whose film and documentary work has been featured by National Geographic, PBS and the Walker Art Center. He has two hobbies, travel and filmmaking, which have a lot in common in that they both require a lot of time, money, and stress, but are worth it for the stories you get to tell at parties. Josh lives in Minneapolis, where he works for the ad agency, “catchfire,” and hosts the FilmNorth screening series, “Cinema Lounge.”