“Making Paranoid Park” a documentary he directed, photographed and edited was released by
legendary French producer/distributor Marin Karmitz’ MK2 Editions. Felix edited “AKA Nikki S.
Lee,” which premiered at MOMA New Directors and the Berlin International Film Festival in 2007.
He served as editor and cinematographer on “Tootie’s Last Suit,” a Ford Foundation supported
Documentary about New Orleans’ Mardi Gras Indians, which premiered at the Full Frame and
Tribeca Film Festivals. He was additional cinematographer and sound mixer on Alex Gibney’s 2008
Oscar winning documentary “Taxi to the Darkside.”
Felix was co-director of photography on “Theater of War” a documentary by Sundance Grand Prize
winning director John Walter, about the Public Theater’s presentation of “Mother Courage” featuring
Meryl Streep, released theatrically in 2009. He served as camera operator and editor on the Smashing
Pumpkins’ “If All Goes Wrong.” He co-directed two music videos for the band Jesus H. Christ and
the Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse: “Liz the Hot Receptionist” with photographer Chris Shipman
and “Alcoholics in My Town” with director Daniel Minahan (“Series 7,” “True Blood,” “Six Feet Under”)
In 2010 he directed a documentary filmed in Pontedera Italy and currently in post-production about
the legacy of legendary theater director Jerzy Grotowski.
Some lauded filmmakers Felix has worked with and learned from include Gus Van Sant, Noah
Baumbach, Martin Scorsese, Kelly Reichardt, Harris Savides, Barbara Kopple, Walter & João Salles,
Alex Gibney, Michael Blackwood, Ellen Barkin, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Sharon Lockhart.
Felix has been fortunate to have been invited to collaborate on various film projects around the world
Including Brazil, Haiti, Cuba, Mexico, Belize, Jamaica, Argentina, Guatemala, China, Thailand,
Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, England, Italy, Monaco and France.