MAY 31, 2019
DoorStep will screen at Cinema Village in NYC @ 7pm as part of the 2019 New York Independent Short Film Festival. If you’re in the area come out and show your support!
APRIL 24, 2019
Door Step is a new short film edited by Gabriel Garton. The film will premiere at Anthology Film Archives in New York City on Wednesday, April 24th at 6:30pm (box office opens at 5:30pm). If you are in the NYC area please stop by and support local independent filmmakers!
The film is an official selection at New Filmmakers New York, StoryMode Independent Short Film Awards, and the New Hope Film Festival.
NYC Premiere at Anthology Film Archives
January 23, 2019
In 2007, Oprah Winfrey realized her five year dream of creating a safe educational environment for impoverished girls in South Africa when she opened The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls. Oprah personally designed every inch of the beautiful boarding school, from the architecture to the linens. She lovingly calls the students her “daughters” and they in turn respectfully call her “Mom O.” In this heartwarming and intimate PeopleTV feature, Oprah shares the genesis of the school, her hopes and dreams for her students, and some of the most important life-lessons she imparts. Two graduates of the inaugural class, Thando Dlomo and Mpumi Nobiva, also share their inspirational life-stories growing up in poverty stricken and AIDS-infested South Africa.
October 12, 2018
A Day WITH MARTHA
Martha is a mother of twelve and makes her living driving for Uber and Lyft. A resident of Harlem, she's had a difficult past which has left her relationships with her children strained and complicated. In this 40 minute documentary, we get a front-row seat perspective into a day in the life of Martha. She gives us unprecedented access to some of the most intimate and troubling aspects of her past and present life. - Bushwick Film Festival
‘Runner-Up Best Documentary Winner’, 2018 Bushwick Film Festival
August 31, 2016
‘TriForce Exclusive Trailer’: World Champion Competitive Gamer Muses On Triumphs And Failures in Short Documentary. - IndieWire
Official Selection, 2016 Camden International Film Festival
Released by CNN’s Great Big Story
February 28, 2015
“Wild Home is a film that explores the nature of redemption and the healing power of love and perseverance.” - TIME Magazine
“At its core, the film is about finding redemption and rebuilding on new cornerstones for people and for animals.” - The Huffington Post
“You’ve seen the bumper stickers, “Who rescued who?” - and sometimes it’s really hard to decide. In Bob Miner’s view, the credit goes to the 200 species of animals who reside at his animal sanctuary in Mount Vernon, Maine.” - People Magazine