Our Films

Language of Opportunity

Language of Opportunity weaves an intricate tapestry of personal stories to raise questions about the disparities between class, culture, race, and immigrant status through the lens of languages spoken and lost.

Copperdog (working title)
Copperdog (wt) is a feature length documentary that follows mushers and their sled dogs as they all train for the annual Copperdog 150 Race held in March in the upper peninsula of Michigan.
Counter//Balance is a meditation on memory and process. This experimental documentary film follows a choreographer and dancer as they develop a dance piece over the course of a year, and explores the process of creating something tangible that digs deep within to express an unyielding emotion.

Watch Me.
Exploring the world through games and play, everyday

A poetic journey into an Ecuadorian rainforest that contains some of the greatest biodiversity on Earth, two uncontacted tribes living in voluntary isolation and 850 million barrels of oil which will ultimately determine its fate.

Ring Laila
Ring Laila is a 25 minute documentary about women, empowerment and the fighting spirit that inspires people to dream for something better amidst seemingly insurmountable odds.

For The Records
An interactive documentary on four young adults who live with mental health issues such as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Bi-polar Disorder, Eating Disorder (Anorexia Nervosa) and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). It includes interviews, short films, photo-essays, and experiential games, embedded in a website that affords spontaneous exploration.

Variations follows three artists set apart by their own definition of ability.  Dancer Kris Lenzo, musician Chris Foreman, and artist Riva Lehrer reveal their process as they talk about the influence of their lives on their practice.