Holy Wars (trailer)

Shot over a three-year period in America, Britain, Lebanon, and Pakistan, Holy Wars follows a danger-seeking Christian missionary and a radical Irish Muslim convert, both of whom believe in an apocalyptic battle, after which their religion will ultimately rule the world.  Tracking their lives from the onset of the “War on Terror” through the election […]

Generation We (long format)

The Gen We campaign was launched just before the 2008 US election. This was the first version to be released and had a cumulative of over 5 million views on Vimeo, YouTube, and a few other video sharing portals.

Generation We (short format)

The Gen We campaign was launched just before the 2008 US election. This was the second version to be released.

Peace Wanted Alive

Commissioned by the Fetzer Institute, this short tells the story of the courageous Kenyan peacebuilders who saved their country from descending into genocide during the 2008 election crisis.

A Thousand Suns (trailer)

Commissioned by the Christensen Fund, this short film about traditional farmers in Ethiopia’s Gamo highlands who are facing challenges from American churches and biotech companies has toured world festivals and ultimately forced the Gates Foundation to change its African agricultural policies.

This Revolution (trailer)

Conceived as a low-budget, hi-impact verite thriller for the political set, This Revolution, was developed, written, cast, shot (on 24P DV) and edited in 100 days, just in time for the 2005 Sundance deadline, where it premiered.  It was acquired by Screen Media/Universal and Sundance Channel for home video and tv, respectively.

BattleGround (trailer)

In late 2003, two filmmakers from the Sundance award-winning Guerrilla News Network spent three weeks on the frontlines of the simmering guerrilla war in Iraq, gathering intelligence, dodging bullets, and capturing the untold stories of what has become the world’s most covered, and misunderstood, conflict. (Winner: Silver Hugo, Chicago International FF)

S-11 Redux

One of GNN’s most popular videos of all time, this post-911 release was edited from 30 hours of television footage recorded in the days and weeks after the tragedy.