Litten’s films are warm and humane, populated with unforgettable characters whose poetic vitality blurs the lines between documentary and fiction.
Since forging his aesthetic in Atlanta’s rich underground music and fashion scenes, Litten has used his life experiences to shape a perspective that is simultaneously dreamlike and informed by lived experience. At the age of 18, he found himself shooting a guerilla fashion show on MARTA, the city’s public transit system, that went viral during the early days of the internet. He’s used his myriad life experiences to sharpen the tools of his craft a lot since then, deftly drifting between documentary, narrative and usually combining elements of both with a razor sharp edge of style into a surprising mixture that keeps audiences on their toes, exploring the nuances of humanity while transcending the expected formula.
His work has screened at the Atlanta & St. Louis International Film Festivals, and his film King’s Blvd for Nana was shortlisted for shots Music Video of the Year. Recently, his campaign for Northwestern was nominated for a Young Director Award. Litten’s work has also been featured in The Atlantic, the Washington Post, and Vimeo’s Staff Picks. His brand collaborations include projects for 1800 Tequila, Google, Kellogg’s, and a film for P&G that profiles the lives of the company’s employees across 6 countries: Brazil, India, China, Japan, Germany, and the US.
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