Oliver Arnoldi is a journalist, filmmaker and fiction writer. He has worked for VICE News Tonight on HBO, on the arts desk at The Telegraph in London and as a reporter at The Tibet Post in Dharamsala, India. He has written about films for GQ and HuffPost, and has produced for podcast Life of the Law. His fiction is published in The Stinging Fly, an Irish literary magazine.
He received the Tribeca Film Institute / ESPN Future Filmmaker Prize for THE TOWERS, a documentary about a dwarf basketball team from New York. He is currently in post-production on a follow-up documentary, JACK & PJ. He has co-written and co-directed two short narrative films. The latest, VIRTUE, is entering the film festival circuit.
He is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where he was a Pulitzer Fellow, awarded to the top five students in the class. The fellowship is funding a documentary on hunting and suicide in the Canadian Arctic, currently in development.