STORIES THAT DEFINE A GENERATION.
We are currently in production on three inspirational documentaries.
“Three Lenses” tells the story of Manzanar through the eyes of three of America’s greatest photographers, Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, and Toyo Miyatake, using their work to explore the history of the War Relocation Centers, and the implications for today’s world.
“Three Lenses” recently won a prestigious grant sponsored by Abelcine in a national competition against 86 other documentary proposals. Soon we’ll begin an IndieGoGo campaign, which will help towards our final financing. Please check out the “Three Lenses” Facebook page for news and footage.
We are producing a documentary about one family’s unique story of triumph and tragedy during the early days of hang gliding.
Three pioneers of the sport, all brothers from a large and unique family, took hang gliding to unprecedented heights in the 1970's.
We stitch together the compelling journey with vintage footage and first hand recollections from the popular sport's original innovators.
We explore the tragic series of events that led to family heartbreak and the sport's diminished popularity, but ultimately resulted in making hang gliding a safer sport for anyone who longs to fly like a bird.
The countries might be foreign but the concept of Corporate Documentaries isn’t. Video Resources has produced many documentaries for our clients both local and abroad. As seen in the clip above, one of our crews documented a group of dentists and their assistants on a mission trip to the villages and orphanages of Ghana in Africa. The video produced from the trip was used as part of a fundraising campaign to continue the good work of these people.
We love to use documentaries as a way to inform the populous about issues and events either presently occurring or having occurred in the past. No matter what your story or content, we can help you spread your message to the world in a beautifully crafted documentary.
Call us any time to discuss your ideas or project, we would love to hear them.