Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation Fellowship Program

  One of the reasons we love our jobs is that we get to support the work of people and organizations doing great things in the world. The Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation is a wonderful organization that believes that fostering conversations and listening to people in the community is key to making positive changes in the […]

CDS 25th Anniversary Honoree Series

The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University honored Sam Pollard, John Cohen, the Kitchen Sisters, and Natasha Tretheway for their outstanding contributions to the world of documentary filmmaking, photography, audio storytelling and poetry. The awards were given as part of the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) 25th anniversary celebration and national forum Documentary 2015: Origins and Inventions. We partnered with […]


When a coal mine disaster kills her brother, Betty, a pro-coal activist, joins forces with Lorelei, a tree-hugging environmentalist, to take on the most dangerous coal company in the United States. We partnered with director, Chad A. Stevens, to edit and produce seven years of his vérité documentation exploring the social, environmental and economic complexities in […]

Skewed Justice

  By now, we’re all used to being bombarded with political attack ads around election time. But in 39 states, a growing number of those ads are attacking judicial candidates on their criminal justice records. In many cases those ads are paid for by special interest groups who have economic and political reasons for wanting […]

A Fisherman’s Fears: The threat of seismic testing on the N.C. coast

Dewey Hemilright is a commercial fisherman and has been fishing off the North Carolina coast for more than 20 years. With the U.S. government considering opening up the North Carolina coast to offshore drilling and seismic testing for the first time in 30 years, Hemilright worries if that will mean the end to his livelihood, […]