Underground Film Journal

Suki Hawley

Suki Hawley is an American indie filmmaker and a partner in the production and distribution company RUMUR. Either solo or with Michael Galinsky, she's directed low-budget fictional narratives, but has mostly concentrated on documentaries in recent years.

To learn more about this filmmaker, please visit the official website of her company RUMUR.

Watch Streaming Films By Suki Hawley:


Who Took Johnny (2014)
Battle for Brooklyn (2011)
Code 33 (2005)
Horns and Halos (2002)
Lee Hazlewood in New York (2000)
Radiation (1998)
Half-Cocked (1994)


Flashback: 2nd Annual New York Underground Film Festival

Ed Halter has graciously donated to the Underground Film Archive the program books for almost every edition of the New York Underground Film Festival. While this donation does not include the still-elusive program for the first edition of the fest in 1994, it does begin with the 2nd edition held in 1995 at the Anthology […]

Streaming: Battle For Brooklyn

The residents of Brooklyn have to fight the city and greedy developers looking to tear down a beloved neighborhood to make way for a basketball stadium surrounded by enormous skyscrapers.