On a good day, there are over 8 million stories in 
New York City.  September 11th was not a good day. 

This is a film about what a downtown New Yorker saw one morning when he left home and looked up.  Completed within three weeks of the events of September 11, 2001, this was the first film on the subject ever to be broadcast.

“..a spectacular piece of work.” -Brian Williams, MSNBC

As seen on PBS and MSNBC.  This film is currently unavailable.
Barry Moser and The Making of The Pennyroyal Caxton Bible

This film tells the story of master book designer and illustrator Barry Moser and his visually stunning, intensely personal interpretation of Western Civilization’s central text. It’s a film about typography, illustration, paper, printing and binding, as the greatest living practitioner of the book arts scales his Everest.

“Moser moves from strength to strength.” -John Updike

As seen on PBS and the BBC.  Click here for more.
“Competitive birdwatching” may sound like an oxymoron to you, but it makes perfect sense to the participants of The World Series of Birding, who convene for one day each spring to see which of the more than 120 international teams can identify the most bird species in 24 hours within the state borders of New Jersey.

“..the best film I’ve ever seen about birding”  -Pete Dunne, NJ Audubon 

As seen on PBS.  Click here for more.