I Think We're Alone Now

Directed by Sean Donnelly

Edited by Phil Buccellato + Sean Donnelly

Cinematography by Phil Buccellato

I Think We're Alone Now is a feature length documentary about two obsessed Tiffany fans. The film was featured in the NYT Style Magazine one of "5 Great Stranger-Than-Fiction Documentaries", in Indiewire's "Stranger Than Fiction: 16 documentaries that will Blow Your Mind", in Buzzfeed's "22 Shocking Documentaries That Must Be Seen To Be Believed" and in Rolling Stone's "30 Best Music Documentaries". It won the best documentary award at the Fantasia Film Festival and played at many other festivals including Slamdance, IDFA, True/False, Fantastic Fest, and many more. The film has developed a bit of a cult following, and was recently re-released on Blu Ray by Vinegar Syndrome.

"It’s riveting and worth your attention"
Ain't it Cool News
"A fascinating and often heartbreaking new documentary."
Film Threat
"One of the deepest and most intimate portraits of music obsession"
Rolling Stone