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We Are Filmmakers
We are driven by curiosity and a sense of wonder. We believe empathy is the best place to start. By sharing each other’s stories, we cultivate better understanding and an appreciation for one another.

The Documentary Approach

We ask questions and listen carefully to the answers. We believe authenticity lives in the place where art and reality meet. We strive for poetic actuality while maintaining our commitment to journalistic ethics.

Our Films

We create handcrafted, painstakingly-researched, and visually compelling stories for television, the web, academic environments, and museum installation. We specialize in short-form films on history, culture, science, the environment, and social justice. Our films have been nominated for MidSouth Regional Emmy® Awards and we have earned many other accolades and grants.

Our Clients

Our clients are scholars, community leaders, non-profits, creators, scientists, and other fellow explorers. They are people whose dedication to their calling and to creating a better world match our own.
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Norris Dam State Park
Tells the story of the creation of the park during the Great Depression with the help of the Civilian Conservation Corps. The film was made for Tennessee State Parks as a permanent installation at the Lenoir Museum in Norris, TN.
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The Vietnam War: East Tennessee
Nominated for two MidSouth Regional Emmy® Awards, this 3-part series was created in partnership with East Tennessee PBS as a part of Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's THE VIETNAM WAR.
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Secrets of the Nolichucky River
Secrets of the Nolichucky River investigates a buried Native American village in upper East Tennessee that may may hold the key to a missing link in Cherokee history. Nestled alongside the scenic Nolichucky River, the archaeological site known as “Cane Notch” reveals secrets buried for hundreds of years. Could this be the fabled lost Cherokee homeland?
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