Track by Track

15 mins, HD Video, 2012
A young sketch artist with autism journeys from the world of his imagination into adulthood.


TRACK BY TRACK follows the story of Kendall Collins, an 18-year-old sketch artist with autism who is on the brink of adulthood. As he prepares for college and promotes his artwork, he must learn to navigate the practicalities of everyday life. Kendall struggles with the tension between the sanctuary of his sketched world and an unknown future in the world of adults. But using his passion for trains and art, he begins to lay tracks for the journey ahead.

To learn more about Kendall Collins’ artwork, please visit:

Awards and Screenings:
Free Range Film Festival, 2013
Indianapolis International Film Festival, 2013
San Francisco Frozen Film Festival, 2013
Sprout Film Festival, 2013
Short Film Corner, Festival de Cannes, 2013
American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at Cannes, 2013
Sehsüchte International Film Festival, 2013
Points of View Film Festival, Colby College, 2013
Independent Film Festival Boston, 2013
Director’s Choice Selection
, Black Maria Film Festival, 2013
People’s Shortee Award, Taos Shortz Film Festival, 2013
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, 2013
Best Student Film Award, Thin Line Film Festival, 2013
Slamdance Film Festival, 2013
NewFilmmakers New York, Anthology Film Archives, 2013
Second Place, Emerging Category, Cinema Touching Disability Film Festival, 2012

Directed, Produced and Edited by Anna Moot-Levin
Cinematography by Anna Moot-Levin
Additional Cinematography and Sound by Adam J. Smith
Music by David Mendez