Weather reports show a blizzard headed for New York City. By mid-afternoon, snow has begun to fall, the city is sending out travel advisories, and people are anxious to get home. Once home, everyone is in for the night. But what “in for the night” looks like can vary widely. This film observes five different households from varying radical, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. It provides a window into the worlds of our neighbors that we never knew.



Margaret Metzger – Director, editor

Margaret Metzger is a Brooklyn-based documentary filmmaker. Her debut film, Monty (2018), is a short documentary about a ceramic artist trying to make it in New York City. The film received the Jacob Burns Creative Culture Awards at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival. As a documentary editor, Margaret’s credits include profiles of Jill Soloway and scientist Millie Dresselhaus for the MAKERS series. Margaret’s research and archival credits include O.J. Made in America, and the American Experience films 1964, The Big Burn, and Edison.

Sara Wolitzky – Producer

Sara Wolitzky is a documentary filmmaker who has spent over a decade as a creative and operational force behind thoughtful non-fiction programming. She is currently producing a documentary feature for HBO centered on intimate stories of grief and resilience. Working with McGee Media, she has been a key contributor to the AOL/PBS documentary series MAKERS, which chronicles the U.S. and global women’s movement and the stories of hundreds of female trailblazers. She produced the feature length, MAKERS: Once and For All and the PBHS hour documentary, MAKERS: Women Who Make America and as a founding producer for the award-winning digital platform, She began her career at the startup television network Plum TV, where she produced and edited dozens of hours of unscripted programming on the arts, business, politics, food, and ideas and supervised branded content integration for Fortune 500 clients.

Pascal Troemel – Editor

Pascal Troemel is an editor and composer, known for Borderline (2016), Drinking from the Well (2011), High Ground (2013), and Green Plastic Sandals (2011).