LA Foodways (2019)

LA Foodways looks at the storied agricultural history of Los Angeles to understand present food waste challenges and opportunities to bring fresh foods to urban communities. From the importance of orange crops in the 19th century to the massive scale of food waste in the U.S., the series is a deep dive into the different…

The Bird Who Could Fly (2017)

Arthur, a young Korean-American attorney, juggles his mother’s religious extremism with his attempts to heal his brothers’ self-destructive lives. He struggles to be a good son as well as a good brother, with no one giving him an opportunity to be himself. Ultimately, he must emerge to find his own life, apart from the cultural…

A Concrete River (2015)

A Concrete River: Reviving The Waters of Los Angeles chronicles the importance of the Los Angeles River culturally, economically and ecologically. Supported by a matching challenge grant from Newman’s Own Foundation, the independent foundation created by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, this special telecast takes viewers on a historical tour of the Los…

Is There Hope for Planet Earth? (2014)

Is There Hope for Planet Earth? explores the causes and long-term effects of climate change with paleoclimatologist Jess Adkins. The short film was produced in conjunction with the world- renowned California Institute of Technology, where it was also filmed. It was acquired and aired on KCET/PBS as part of the station’s Emmy- and Peabody-awarded news program…

On Begley Street (2013)

On Begley Street explored noted actor and environmentalist Ed Begley Jr. and his wife, Rachelle Carson-Begley, as they built a new home under LEED Platinum Certified standards. The series earned several awards, including Best New Media at the Burbank Film Festival, Best of Show at the Aurora Awards and Outstanding Reality Series at LA Web Fest….