Eric Juhola

Supervisor, Production Office; Adjunct Instructor

Eric Juhola

Fundamentals of Filmmaking I
Fundamentals of Filmmaking II

B.F.A. New York University (Tisch, Film and Television)

Eric Juhola founded the film and television production company Still Point Pictures and most recently directed the award-winning documentary "Growing Up Coy" (Netflix/Outcast Films) which received grants from Sundance Instutute and Tribeca Institute. Previously, Eric was nominated for a Gotham Award for producing "Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa", winning 8 best documentary awards at festivals around the world, followed by a theatrical release and US broadcast on the Sundance Channel. Eric is also the producer of the ITVS/PBS documentary "Broken Heart Land" premiering at the Frameline Film Festival and airing on PBS WORLD Channel’s series America ReFramed in 2014.

Eric’s television directing & producing credits include The Dr. Oz Show for Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions, The Barbara Walters Specials, and The View on ABC, as well as HGTV’s highest rated show House Hunters International. Eric has additionally directed documentaries and specials for Discovery Channel, MTV, TLC, and TruTV. Eric also wrote and directed the fiction short "Nowhere Kids" (Tribeca Film Festival) and co-wrote the IFP supported feature screenplay "Land of Enchantment", with Patricia Arquette attached to star.