Man Under

Screens in “Unseen Worlds – Documentary Shorts” program
Saturday, September 19 at 12:30 p.m.

Director: Paul Stone
12 min.

One of New York City’s darkest secrets is discussed, as a subway operator struggles to get his life back on track after a desperate woman commits suicide by jumping in front of his train.



Paul Stone is a bi-coastal filmmaker from Brooklyn, NY. His first film, Tales of Times Square, won the Best Short Documentary Award at multiple film festivals. Tales went on to screen at film festivals throughout the U.S. and abroad. More award-winning films followed, including The Prince of Elizabeth Street and The Boombox Project, which found its way into LA’s Grammy Museum and a top spot on Vimeo as a Staff Pick. He has created commercials and films for brands including Craftsman, Instagram, Polaroid and Fidelity. His latest short film, Man Under, had its World Premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.