Did These Women See #MeToo Coming? – The New York Times

In the 1990s, a group of women at a small college in Ohio started talking about consent, and the need for a sexual offense prevention policy at their school. People thought they were being ridiculous. The story went viral before going viral was a thing. Saturday Night Live did a skit mocking the women and […]

A Mini-doc to Accompany Groundbreaking Research

9 million people in the world die every year from pollution-related causes. But how often do you hear about pollution as a global health threat? Not very often, I imagine. In the U.S., most of us don’t see heaps of trash everywhere we look, or make a living by burning harmful metals in our backyard, […]

The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform – 10th Anniversary

Some projects come together exceptionally smoothly, they just do. This is one of those projects. Last year we worked with the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform to create a mini-documentary about Janet Reno’s legacy as a tireless advocate for children in the juvenile justice and child welfare system. CJJR commissioned the film to help launch […]

Behind the Story – The Making of “Janet Reno: The People’s Lawyer”

Behind the Story – The Making of “Janet Reno: The People’s Lawyer”

Former Attorney General, Eric Holder, speaking about his admiration for Janet Reno. Photo by production team member, Nick Michael. Janet Reno lived her life with one guiding principle – “do the right thing.” It was a mantra passed down from her mother, one of the strongest influences in her life. In all the research, conversations and […]

Janet Reno: The People’s Lawyer

  Throughout her career, Janet Reno stood on a foundation of courage, integrity, humanity and commitment to justice. This short film offers a glimpse into her impact on the justice system, the lives of children and youth, and our nation as a whole. This film was commissioned by Georgetown University to launch an endowment honoring […]