Hutton ’09 Directs Documentary about Search for Bone-marrow Donation

Noah Hutton '09

Noah Hutton ’09 has directed and scored a new documentary, More to Live For, which was shown recently at the Dallas International Film Festival. According to Glenn Hunter in the Dallas-based D Magazine, the film focuses on “three cancer victims searching for the bone-marrow transplants that could save their lives. The three are Dallas entertainment-insurance executive James Chippendale; Nigerian athlete Seun Adebiyi; and multiple-Grammy-Award-winning saxophone player Michael Brecker, who eventually died. Brecker’s widow, Susan Brecker, and Chippendale co-produced the film, which is intended to raise awareness about the importance of bone-marrow donation.”

Hutton is currently a creative director at Couple 3 Films, a New York City production house. He is in the process of producing 30 original short films about psychology and neuroscience for Scientific American, as well working on a long-term documentary project about Swiss neuroscientists who are trying to simulate an entire human brain on IBM supercomputers.

David Low

David Low '76 writes about arts and culture for the Wesleyan magazine and Wesleyan Connection. He is associate director of publications in the Office of University Communications. He is also a published fiction writer. E-mail: dlow@wesleyan.edu 

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