DOCUMENTARIES

We produce non-branded documentaries that are released on various digital, TV, audio/podcast, and educational/non-theatrical platforms.

THE SUNDAY SESSIONS

Feature length documentary, 2018
Released domestically by
First Run Features

The Sunday Sessions is an intimate portrait of one man’s struggle to reconcile his religious conviction and sexual identity. The observational documentary chronicles the turbulent journey of a pious young man as he attends conversion therapy in hope of changing his sexual orientation. 

For this story, we had unfettered access to the underbelly of a secretive and controversial therapy and crafted an emotional and psychological drama which chronicles two years of the main subject’s life. 

For more information, go to www.thesundaysessionsmovie.com
Available on iTunes, Amazon VOD, and Kanopy.
Read reviews here.

TOWN OF THE BIG HOUSE

Five episode, radio documentary, 2019
Produced and released by
WYPR, Baltimore’s NPR station

Town of the Big House is a multi-episode, audio documentary series. Part verite, part character study, and part investigative expose, Town of the Big House is set in Baltimore, a city mired in corruption and high crime. It tracks the year and a half Producer Richard Yeagley covered a political corruption investigation and a mysterious out-of-town developer who may or may not have at the center of it all.

Released on January 15th, 2019, the podcast can be found at WYPR's Podcast Central, on NPR Podcasts, Google Play, Apple Podcasts, and all major podcast players.

Featured in Baltimore Magazine and listed in Best of Baltimore 2019.

THE TRADESMEN:
MAKING AN ART OF WORK

Feature length documentary, 2011
Aired on over 200 PBS member stations and streamed on Hulu

The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work is an exploratory social-issue documentary that portrays the real life work, idiosyncrasies, and personal convictions of a multitude of Baltimore tradesmen. The documentary recognizes the essential contributions that these working professionals provide, and displays many of the challenges they face.

Watch the 56 minute PBS version here
To see a list of crew, check out the film on imdb