Mothering Inside Accepted to Ashland and Capital City Film Festivals

We are pleased to announce Brian Lindstrom’s doc has been accepted into two new festivals.  Mothering Inside will be an Official Selection at the 2016 Ashland Independent Film Festival, taking place April 7-11. The film will also screen at the Capital City Film Festival in Lansing Michigan, April 6-10. Mothering Inside explores concepts of prisoner justice

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Dryland – Documenting the Fight to Preserve Rural Family Farming

Written by Sue Arbuthnot and Richard Wilhelm When we began filming Dryland, we hoped to craft a short, lighthearted profile of an extreme agri-tourism sport set in the vast, dryland wheat country of Eastern Washington—a combine demolition derby! But this curious feat of “header-to-header combat, high on the fruited plain,” soon revealed an underlying, unsettling

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American Native Wins Best Doc Director Award at Harlem International Film Festival

We are pleased to announce that American Native Director Steve Oritt won the award for Best Documentary Director at the Harlem International Film Festival over the weekend. According Tribeca Film’s Matthew Eng, American Native is “an astute and accomplished exploration of Native American life among New Jersey’s struggling, five-thousand member Ramapough Nation tribe.”

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