Documentary

Take a look at Eric and “Anna,” a new piece at Field of Vision created by Mike, Kelly Duane DelaVega, and Katie Galloway!

A story of youth, dissent, love and betrayal in post 9/11 America woven exclusively with FBI surveillance, Eric & “Anna” tells the story of a teenage informant and the activist she helped to put in prison for nearly 20 years.

The End of an Era in Louisiana

June 16th, 2015 by David

Picturebox has been thrilled to work with Austin documentary filmmaker Don Howard on his new film, By the River of Babylon: An Elegy for South Louisiana. David was the cinematographer and Mike designed the animations and titles for the film.

The movie premiered on America Reframed on WORLD Channel, and you can stream the entire film on their website here: http://bit.ly/1G193TN

A Fragile Trust will have its broadcast premiere next Monday, May 5 on PBS’s Independent Lens. Check you local listings for times. Picturebox designed the titles and graphic for the film.

Here’s short clip from the film:

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We’re excited to announce the world premiere of Samantha Grant’s documentary A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times at the Sheffield Doc Fest next week. Picturebox designed the titles and motion graphics for the film.

Here’s the trailer:

TRAILER: A FRAGILE TRUST: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times from Samantha Grant / GUSHproductions on Vimeo.

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A Journalist Continues His Work

March 6th, 2012 by David

Last summer I took our brand new camera (the Sony FS100) to Ocean Grove, New Jersey and shot some footage of my father talking about the volunteer reporting he does for a local blog. I had outfitted the camera with a bunch of Zacuto components — a first for me — and I needed an excuse to get comfortable with the new rig before starting on a new feature documentary project (Sam Douglas’s new ‘Land Art’ doc). We spent a few leisurely days just walking around town, shooting video and talking about his career in journalism and the pro bono writing and reporting he does now. I really enjoyed hearing about all that, and I find as I watch this footage that I’m very proud of my father and what he stands for.



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