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>> Thursday October 2, 2014
Our latest film, The Other Man - F.W. de Klerk and the End of Apartheid is accepted for the "Best of Fests" category at IDFA 2014. "Best of Fests" showcases films that have made an impact on the international festival circuit.
>> Friday August 22, 2014
We've just finished cutting the latest StoryCorps trailer for their award-winning series of animated shorts. This trailer highlights a series of shorts soon to be released to celebrate Veteran's Day.
>> Friday August 15, 2014
Post-production is completed on our new documentary about the development of biofuels. Created for the U.S. Department of Energy, this short film captures stories about the latest innovations in Iowa, Colorado and California.
>> Saturday July 19, 2014
Our latest film, The Other Man - F.W. de Klerk and the End of Apartheid makes its world premiere at the 2014 Durban International Film Festival in South Africa. You can read the Associated Press review in the Huffington Post HERE.
>> Friday April 4, 2014
We've just finished editing the television broadcast version of the new documentary The Other Man - F.W. de Klerk and the End of Apartheid in South Africa. Color grading and the sound mix were finished last week and the film was laid out to tape for the first round of broadcasters in Europe and Asia.
We're moving on to the edit of the feature-length version and a trailer...
>> Monday January 13, 2014
We've completed an initial rough cut of The Newark Project, a documentary coming in 2015 that examines the Newark Public School system through the eyes of six students over the course of five years.
Meanwhile, shooting continues...
>> Thanksgiving Day, 2013
StoryCorps and POV have been teaming up to create animated shorts of StoryCorps recordings. Tonight, their first-ever animated special, Listening is an Act of Love, airs on PBS networks nationwide, along with our trailer for the program.
More StoryCorps video projects to come...
>> Friday October 26, 2013
Hudson Rising premieres at the amazing Basilica Hudson in Hudson, NY to a crowd of several hundred guests, who were also treated to a wonderful spread of Hudson Valley food and drink.
Television broadcasts of the 52-minute film are coming in the summer of 2014...
>> Monday August 12, 2013
We've completed editing, color grading and mixing of the frist two episodes and a trailer for the outrageous new web-based comedy series, Same Difference, that includes hilarious cameos from Cindi Lauper, Gabourey Sidibe, Charlie Murphy, Rusty Joiner and others.
More episodes that will complete the six-part series to come in 2014...
>> Wednesday June 5, 2013
The three-part PBS television documentary special on school reform in Connecticut that we edited in the fall of 2012 wins a Boston/New England Emmy® Award.
The Wall Street Journal published a profile of the project...
>> Saturday June 1, 2013
This short film is part of a larger special, currently in production, that explores the spiritual motivations behind the champions of the world's most extreme and deadly sports...
>> Sunday April 21, 2013
After making its world premiere at IDFA in 2012, the new documentary feature Good People Go to Hell, Saved People Go to Heaven made its US premiere at the Louisiana International Film Festival this afternoon.
A rave review of the film can be read in New York Arts: "See this film, see it twice and more. It is a fascinating and disquieting picture of an aspect of American life few of us will see in any other way."
>> Saturday January 5, 2013
We've completed post-production on this new scripted reality series, GameQuest, for Red Bull Media House and Microsoft Studios the explores the fascinating, high-stakes world of advanced game development through the grueling trials of a small software developer in Austria.
Episodes will begin airing soon on Red Bull TV...
>> Saturday April 27, 2013
Our highly-acclaimed documentary feature, American Radical: the Trials of Norman Finkelstein, is named by ScreenJunkies as one of the "10 best political documentaries ever made".
And legendary filmmaker Michael Moore calls American Radical "a powerful film - bold, brave, incendiary. I highly recommend it!"