Category : Non-Profit

New Documentary: Honor Flight Korea Vietnam

We appreciate H.E.B. for sponsoring the premiere of our new documentary “Honor Flight Korea Vietnam”. The film chronicles the pilgrimage of a group of WWII, Korea and Vietnam veterans to visit the Washington D.C. memorials, built in their honor. The 42 minute program features the spontaneous airport receptions for the veterans, visits to the World

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Annual Via Colori Street Painting Festival

Annual Via Colori Street Painting Festival Benefitting the Center for Hearing and Speech We got called to produce a 30 second spot for this great annual event that’s held on the streets around City Hall in Houston. We were glad to be involved. Fortunately, we connected with Jim Bratton to be our narrator. He donated

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Dream of a Lifetime

I was given the privilege of producing the Honor Flight Houston documentary. What a fantastic experience I shared with two groups of true American heroes, with a total of about 50 veterans. These folks were members of what is known as the greatest generation: our parents, grandparents or great-grandparents who survived the Dust Bowl, the

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Getting the Right Shooter

I remember my Dad asking me back in the mid-seventies, “Video, what’s that?” I had just decided my college major was going to be TV/Film Production. People ask me: “How do you do what you do?” My reply is often: “It’s something any five-year-old can do with about 25 years worth of practice.”   As

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Do They Hear Us Now?

“We need to tell our story. People need to understand who we are and what we do.” Who hasn’t heard or thought of that? But how? How do you tell your story? It proves to be a difficult challenge considering the crowded airwaves: content streams through our cell phones, our tablets, our computers and our

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