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Stories that matter.


We tell stories of impact and innovation through film.

Our clients and collaborators aim to influence the world, or a piece of it, for the better. They are feeding the homeless, empowering local veterans, providing affordable health care, eliminating malaria, protecting fish habitats and shutting down coal power plants. Our first full-length documentary is now on PBS.

Our headquarters is Studio 16, a newly renovated sound stage in a century old firehouse in the Boston Shipyard. Next time you're in town, we'd love to give you a tour. 


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Our clients and collaborators


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These Are Our Lives

Planned Parenthood

When four health centers in Iowa closed in June 2017, three women share stories from their past and concerns for their future. 

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Be Strong

Dana Farber

Eight years ago, Katie lost her father to cancer. Now she's saying thank you to the doctors and nurses at Dana Farber who cared for him by running the 121st Boston Marathon.


Taking on Exxon

Conservation Law Foundation

In 2006, Exxon Mobil spilled over 10,000 gallons of oil into the Mystic River. Over a decade later, their facilities are still not up to code, unprepared for rising sea levels and climate change.


Halfway There

My Life My Choice

Commercial sexual exploitation isn't a foreign problem. Young women and girls are bought and sold for sex right here in America. This is the story of three survivors in Boston, and the organization that was able to help them move on and start a new chapter in life. 

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Coming of Age

Island Autism Group

America's public school system can't accommodate children with autism after age 21. How do we then create an environment for them to live healthy and productive lives as adults?