David is currently in production on Stand Up, Stand Out, an evolving multiplatform documentary project which features three decades of LGBTQ stand-up comedians whose individual stories told through interview and performance, contextualize the history of a community that joined together against overwhelming obstacles to confront homophobia through humor. 
David received his BA in Media from Hunter College and is presently an MFA candidate in the Integrated Media Arts Program at Hunter College. He studied with Martin Scorsese and Abbas Kiarostami in the Tribeca Filmmaker Exchange Program in Marrakech. For more about David go to: dpmedianyc.com

Films by David Pavlosky


As civil rights for LGBT and other minority groups are won violent backlashes have been known to increase. Today LGBT people are far more likely than any other minority group in the United States to be victimized by violent hate crimes. PUZZLES tells the story of a hate crime in a gay bar called Puzzles Lounge in New Bedford, MA when a teenager entered and brutally attacked its patrons. As a result two different worlds collide, a homophobic hate crime offender and his victims. Puzzles explores the correlation between American economic desperation and homophobia, intolerance, and, ultimately, violence.