Emmy Award winning director Brian Schodorf is working on a very exclusive documentary featuring our Street Reform Coach Harold “Noonie” Ward. Intrigued by his powerful story, Schodorf has already begun to piece together an entertaining recollection of the real gangster tails of Noonie G.
Brian Schodorf is an Emmy winning television producer and director. His documentary films have been seen on The Discovery Channel, ESPN, NBA-TV, Planet Green,The Weather Channel, PBS, and The Documentary Channel. His 2011 independently produced feature documentary, “The Wayman Tisdale Story” earned an Emmy Award for Best Documentary in 2012, 3 Silver Telly Awards, and earned Schodorf the 2012 Distinguished Media Professional of the Year by the Topeka-Capital-Journal in his home state of Kansas. His work has been featured in various publications such as Sports Illustrated, NBA.Com, LA Times, Chicago Sun Times, Chicago Tribune, Yahoo News, Huffington Post, Billboard Magazine, and Slam Magazine. He earned his undergraduate degree from Columbia College Chicago in Television Production and a Masters of Media Management from Columbia College Chicago.
“Poverty in Chicago” by Brian Schodorf