Do No Harm
Directed by Marielle Woods
“Do No Harm” is a short film about a combat medic attempting to hold on to humanity in the midst of a war much bigger than himself. A medic’s job is to fix people up; but how does that obligation reconcile with someone who is trained to fight and may be asked to kill? This film contains graphic content. Viewer discretion advised.
Filmmaker Marielle Woods is scheduled to attend.
Originally from New Jersey, Marielle Woods is an award-winning filmmaker who thrives in the high-stakes world of action storytelling. After receiving her BA in Visual Studies from Harvard University in 2008, she moved West and has been working as an LA-based director and producer ever since. She got her start in docudrama television, directing and producing shows for networks including Discovery, History, A&E, and Animal Planet. She cut her teeth filming gunfights, avalanches and animal attacks, traveling around the globe in pursuit of good stories. In the last few years, Woods has moved into the scripted world and has helmed award-winning branded content as well as internationally recognized short-format narrative pieces. She flipped a car in the jungles of Puerto Rico for her short, MI CORAZON, and recreated war-torn Iraq on a soundstage in Culver City for her most recent film, “Do No Harm.” She spent much of the last three years working with some of the best stunt coordinators and second unit directors in the business, on films including “John Wick 2,” “Baby Driver,” and “Bright.” Woods likes to push buttons and boundaries, telling stories that make audiences think — with a few explosions or car chases along the way.
Preceded by: Do No Harm