RELEASE: Filmmaker Caleb Holland Tapped as Behind-the-Scenes Documentarian of ‘Boy Erased
FILMMAKER CALEB HOLLAND TAPPED AS BEHIND-THE-SCENES DOCUMENTARIAN OF BOY ERASED
ATLANTA, Georgia – Following his first documentary feature, Chasing Capri (2017), Caleb Holland was tapped by Focus Features as the behind-the-scenes documentarian of major motion picture Boy Erased, released today.
The documentarian and filmmaker produced and captured daily behind-the-scenes content including interviews with the cast and crew. Caleb is a South Carolina native and graduate of The Savannah College of Art and Design.
Shot in Atlanta last year, Boy Erased follows the story of the son of a Baptist preacher who is forced to participate in a church-supported gay conversion therapy program after being forcibly outed to his parents.
This is a journey Caleb had personally lived through, stating, “I was outed to my parents as a freshman in college and was ultimately disowned – asked to move my belongings out of my childhood home, and faced with supporting myself through college. I’ve always pursued work that could help support youth in my shoes.”
Today, Caleb works as the director and producer at the WITH/agency in Atlanta creating commercial films. He also captures behind-the-scenes content as an EPK cinematographer, including recent work on The House with a Clock in its Walls and Goosebumps 2.