Trans film was shot during the second half of 2011 in India, Nepal and Poland. We filmed in Kathmandu, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Hemkunt Sahib, Annapurna BC and Warsaw. Content of the film is the change that takes place in a man under the influence of an inspiring journey.

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I Am Will

A short documentary about William Schmid who was born with only one arm. Will talks about his struggle to overcome people’s low expectations through his soccer playing and the discovery of his self-worth outside of others.

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Battling Cancer With a Smile

Lisa Cook smiled and laughed throughout her 14-year battle with breast cancer and never failed to see a silver lining. Even when the end was imminent, she reflected on how a positive attitude helped her fight for so long.

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Going Dark

The Final Days of Film Projection Hollywood has decided to change the way movies are projected, forcing theaters to convert to digital or go dark. As theaters around the world move to newer digital technology, the job of the 35mm film projectionist is becoming irrelevant. Going Dark profiles two theater[…]

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Shirley’s Kids

Shirley Chambers is a woman who gained nationwide publicity because of the tragic loss of her four children to gun violence in America’s most dangerous city, Chicago. A microcosm for Chicago gun violence and the national gun debate, this film celebrates the lives of and relives the deaths of Carlos,[…]

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The Jackal

This is the story of former Canadian Kickboxing Champion Ian “The Jackal” Jacklin.

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A few years ago Kenny faced his problems head on and went sober and in doing so discovered his way forward in life.

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The Heat

“The Heat” is a short documentary about Heather “The Heat” Hardy, a single mother and professional boxer who was displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Heather uses fighting to provide a living for her and her daughter, Annie, while simultaneously pushing the sport of women’s boxing into the mainstream.

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The Observer

I was introduced to Alex about a year ago through a mutual friend. I had heard about a “stalker photographer” from a couple people and was pretty intrigued. After about a two month process of trying to get her to sit down with me she finally agreed to tell her[…]

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‘Today’ follows the passing of time for residents and workers of a South Auckland rest home and offers an intimate and evocative insight into a place many New Zealanders call home.

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