Zachary Graves-Miller ’12 Receives Audience Award for Best Documentary

The film "Six Locked Doors: The Legacy of Cocoanut Grove," directed and produced by Westfield State University alumnus Zachary Graves-Miller ’12, was featured at the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival and recipient of the Audience Award for Best Documentary.

Six Locked Doors explores the events leading up to the deadliest nightclub fire in American history on November 28, 1942, at the Cocoanut Grove nightclub in Boston, Massachusetts. Through interviews with survivors, an extensive archive collection of photos, and unreleased footage, the film explores the tragedy.

Miller is an independent documentary film director and producer.  The release of "Six Locked Doors: The Legacy of Cocoanut Grove" in 2019 was his first feature documentary.  

More information about Miller and the award-winning film here.