Danish-born filmmaker Lars Fuchs came to the United States as an infant in the ’60’s, and has made New York City his home ever since, notwithstanding sojourns in Europe, Hong Kong, and Puerto Rico. He was irredeemably lost to film at Cornell University, where an introductory film-making course tempted him away from a career as a computer programmer. He has almost thirty years’ experience as a film and television editor, including many years in Europe and Asia. Notable credits include the feature documentary New York Street Games, which he co-wrote, the six-part series for ESPN “Guide House: Montauk”, the home design show “While You Were Out”, for which Lars was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award. In Denmark Lars edited three episodes of the documentary series Family Portraits for the national broadcaster, Danmarks Radio. His short doc, “i live In Life” won several awards, including the Nyman Family Project Prize for 2013, and “Best Short Doc” & “Best Director” at the 2016 Blackbird Film Festival. He co-directed the short documentary “Food City: The Feast Of The Five Boroughs” about food that’s farmed, fished, or foraged from within New York City. Find out more at