Category "Production"

Help Draw The Line Against Cancer

Alpheus is working on an exciting new campaign with MD Anderson to draw the line against cancer — and we want you to be a part of it. We're capturing its first execution this Saturday, January 18th, in a public art installation on the side of Frank's public art wall in downtown Austin. Over 100 Central Texans will strike through the center of a giant word "Cancer" with 30-foot red line, visually symbolizing the need to eradicate this disease. We'll provide red paint, brushes and sharpies. You'll get the opportunity to stick it to cancer by painting a line through cancer or writing a tribute on the wall to a loved one.

Be part of the story! Sign up for a 30-minute slot between 1pm and 3:30pm, or a longer time slot from 11:45am to 1pm. During the 11:45am to 1pm timeframe, we'll be capturing some interviews with folks and grabbing some crowd shots.

Posted By:  Ginnypatrick   |   Dec 5, 2013   |   No Comments

‘The Hunt’ Goes to ESPN’s Longhorn Network

Our new short documentary “The Hunt” premieres on ESPN’s The Longhorn Network at 8pm CT. The film begins in the 1930s, when a new breed of engineer was born, without whom world history might have taken a very different course. [...]

Posted By:  Ginnypatrick   |   Mar 25, 2013   |   No Comments

Wind River (Part 2): Links to the Past

Climbing into the cramped, rusting prop plane on a blustery runway in Denver in December 2011, I tried to avoid thinking about safety issues.

Posted By:  Mathames   |   Oct 31, 2012   |   No Comments

Wind River (Part 1): Myth of the Vanishing Race

Part One in a series of 'Wind River' posts. Deep in the basement of Chicago’s Field Museum’s Anthropology Department lie thousands of artifacts removed from the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes of Wyoming over a hundred years ago. [...]

Posted By:  Mathames   |   Oct 12, 2012   |   No Comments

Wind River: The Time is Now

It’s finally time for us (Mat, Wilson and Aaron) to embark on our journey to shoot a major, and crucial portion of the Wind River documentary and we couldn’t be more eager. A profound anxiety has been permeating the office, but will soon subside. Like many of our favorite projects from years past, it’s writing itself now — and no matter how much planning we attempt, this is the point when the project takes over, and we’re just hoping to keep up. [...]

Posted By:  Carson Lane   |   May 29, 2012   |   No Comments