‘Fighting Goliath’ Wins Grand Jury Prize

‘Fighting Goliath’, narrated by Robert Redford, won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short Indie and the Audience Award for Best Documentary Short at the Red Rock Film Festival. The documentary will soon air on the Sundance Channel.


December 15, 2008 at 3:41 pm Leave a comment

Presentation Zen: ‘Kicking Cancer’s Sorry Arse’

Author/ Blogger Garr Reynolds says our Lance Armstrong Foundation End of Year video is “the kind of video presentation that gets noticed, remembered, and moves people toward action. You can’t watch this and not want to be part of the cause.” Read the whole thing. And go watch the video.

December 14, 2008 at 3:55 pm 1 comment

Seoul, South Korea

Wilson just arrived in Shanghai for the travel show film shoot, but here are some photos from Seoul.

December 10, 2008 at 12:53 pm Leave a comment

Last Day in Japan

Our last day in Tokyo was a breezy one, ended with rain, but successful. We filmed at a cool design store that had vintage furniture and unique designs by the owner. It’s called Meister. We wrapped up the day shooting b-roll around the city and ended the night with some shots at the hotel and bar featured in Lost In Translation.

December 10, 2008 at 12:43 pm Leave a comment

Tokyo, Day 2

Another post and some photos from Wilson….it’s 1am now and I’m downloading the video from today. Big day today. We went all over the city and captured footage for our featured restaurant and bar. The restaurant and bar were cool… a very nice head chef/owner of the Maru, the restaurant. Montoak, the bar, was swanky. I ate a hamburger there. It was not sushi or sashimi. It was totally cooked and it was GOOD.  

December 4, 2008 at 11:42 am Leave a comment

Back to Tokyo

Wilson and George arrived in Tokyo yesterday to kick off filming City-By-City Asia, a web-based travel show we’re producing for ON Networks. Each episode will feature five hot spots, the most up-to-date destinations for today’s high-end traveler. Here’s a review from Wilson about their first day of shooting. 

Out at 7am. We went to the biggest fish market in the world.  We saw every kind of sea creature imaginable.  Seriously.  Yummy.  Then, we went all around Tokyo a few times, shot a hotel, and ended the night in this little alley that has a ton of “restaurants.”  This usually entails a dude at a grill who is trying to get you to sit down at their shop and eat.  None of them wanted to be filmed. We talked one woman into it by buying some food from her.  Pretty neat place.  

December 3, 2008 at 6:57 pm Leave a comment

Five Emmys for PBS Series

State of Tomorrow‘, the PBS documentary series, won three more Lone Star Emmy Awards in 2008, bringing the total to 5 statuettes for season one. ‘State of Tomorrow’ will re-air on PBS stations across Texas in 2009. The series was produced in a collaboration with the University of Texas Foundation. Visit the website (which will relaunch with new content in 2009) here.

November 23, 2008 at 5:06 pm 2 comments

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