INTERLOPER FILMS is an international award-winning full-service production company founded by acclaimed filmmaker Ondi Timoner. Best known for her films about "impossible visionaries" - people who naturally push boundaries, and films that take on massive subjects impacting society from predictive and unique points of view. She has the rare distinction of winning the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance twice, for DIG! & We Live in Public. Both reside in the permanent collection of MoMA NY. Interloper develops & produces original feature length documentaries and narrative films, non-fiction television series, web series, & award-winning short films.
Interloper Films's catalog of distinguished features includes: LAST FLIGHT HOME, about Ondi's father Eli Timoner’s extraordinary life & intentional death, which premiered at Sundance 2022 and was acquired by MTV Documentary Films for a fall theatrical release; the award-winning feature COMING CLEAN (2020) about solutions to the opioid epidemic; BRAND: A Second Coming (Opening Film, SXSW 2015) about the evolution of comedian/author/activist Russell Brand; COOL IT (TIFF Premiere / Roadside Attractions 2010) about solutions to climate change; WE LIVE IN PUBLIC (Sundance Grand Jury Prize, 2009) about the Internet's impact on privacy & intimacy; the award-winning JOIN US (2007) about mind control; DIG! (Sundance Grand Jury Prize, 2004) about the collision of art & commerce through the eyes of rival bands; award-wining film THE NATURE OF THE BEAST (1994) about Bonnie Jean Foreshaw and the massive miscarriage of justice perpetrated on her; a 10-hour nonfiction series JUNGLETOWN about building “the world’s most sustainable town,” aired on Viceland in 2017 to rave reviews.