One of the biggest bestsellers of all time, To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) is the first and only novel by a young woman named Nelle Harper Lee, who once said that she wanted to be South Alabama’s Jane Austen. Lee won the Pulitzer Prize and became a mystery when she stopped speaking to press in 1964. Hey, Boo chronicles how this beloved novel came to be written, provides the context and history of the Deep South where it is set, and documents the many ways the novel has changed minds and shaped history. Harper Lee: Hey, Boo is a production of Mary Murphy & Company, LLC. Mary McDonagh Murphy is producer, writer and director. Susan Lacy is the series creator and executive producer of American Masters.
Making the Crooked Straight
This 30 minute HBO documentary by Susan Rockefeller explores a "remarkable man’s work in Ethiopia, his highly original family life, and the spirituality that has guided his choices and sacrifices."
On Board Air Force One
Our former President ponders the dire situation in the cockpit while cruising the lonely skies of 9.11 - in this dramatic and unusually candid behind the scenes documentary “On Board Air Force One”: the airborne white house. Begins airing Jan 25, 2009 at 8:00 EST on NGC. Production: Partisan Pictures - Peter Schnall, director. This film and it's companion "On Board Marine One" won the first and second highest rated one-hour premiers EVER! on National Geographic Channel.
Lifetime Television’s Intimate Portrait
On going series by Feury/Grant Productions. These hour-long documentaries feature distinguished women like Vanessa Redgrave, Jessica Tandy, Tipper Gore, Bella Abzug, Elizabeth Taylor, Mia Farrow, Lauren Bacall, Gloria Steinem and more. They’re usually hosted by celebrities who record the V/O at our studio. We have accommodated such stars as Sharon Stone, Meryl Streep, Stacey Keach, Jane Alexander and more.
PBS’ American Masters
American Masters is an ongoing series of award-winning primetime specials examining the lives, works, and creative processes of our most outstanding cultural artists. We have mixed Sidney Poitier, Lillian Hellman and photographer, Alfred Steiglitz.
PBS' Character Studies - Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" is deconstructed through the eyes of Paul Newman and other actors who have participated over the years. Facillitated by Eli Wallach.
The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
Four part, one hour-long documentaries detailing this turbulent time in American history. Produced by Sam Pollard and Richard Wormser. PBS broadcast: 10/02.
Joel Meyerowitz produced this feature length documentary on his father’s battle with Alzheimer’s. It was broadcast on PBS’ Frontline.
Crime Scene Cleanup
Speed,Style and Beauty - Ralph Lauren and his cars
Reading Your Heart Out
Middle School Confessions
A father and a Son: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - View Clip
Confronting The Crisis: Childcare in America
The Gun Deadlock
Black Preachers - American black preachers and their place on the political landscape. Sam Pollard, director. (broadcast 2005)
The Revolution - A 13 part, character driven series on the American Revolution, produced by Partisan Pictures and broadcast on The History Channel in 2006.
The Burning Wall – by Hava Beller Winner, Best Documentary, Hollywood Film Festival 2002
Body Of Evidence – Court TV
Remembering Marshall – ESPN
Hiroshima No Pika- DVD of award winning book by Toshi and Iri Maruki
Chopin's Afterlife - A passionate documentary on the life of Frederic Chopin through the lens of the concert pianist, Ophra Yerushalmi.
The Right to be Wrong - A current look at the Israli/Arab situation, director Beth Kruvant.
Taking Root - A film about Wangiri Maathai, the Nobel Peace Prize winner. Alan Dater/Lisa Merton.
Racing Heritage Foundation - The First all female team in the X-Cup division is getting ready for the Great Race - View Clip
Spooky Tooth - Our friend Gary Wright reunites with his group in Germany - View Clip