The Making of #buildingbridges is a documentary detailing the production of the film #buildingbridges from its conception in Germany to the final shoot in America.
We follow members of the creative agency One Inch Dreams through the process of devising and filming the stunt featured in the narrative short: a slackline suspended between two hot air balloons floating above Monument Valley.
High above the sacred Navajo land of Monument Valley, two hot air balloons float, circling each other as if in a dance. One carries the German flag, the other that of the United States. A closer look reveals that the balloons are not only tethered together, but that a person is walking on this thin, connecting line.
This is the sight that the protagonist of the short film #BuildingBridges behol...
Based on an inspiring true story, a seven-year-old boy struggles to make sense of words on the page. But when Mike is diagnosed with dyslexia and the teachers continue to fail him, his mother takes matters into her own hands to help her son fulfil his true potential.
Robbed of movement as children, but not their courage, their love, their hope … Tin Soldiers is an inspirational story of perseverance and triumph.
More than a film, Tin Soldiers ignites a Brave Search for those Not Yet Diagnosed in some of the world’s most under-served communities.
Tin Soldiers is the deeply personal story that shines a light on one of the world’s most rare genetic co...
1930. A man deep in debt enters a pole sitting contest, but as the days stretch
on he becomes increasingly more paranoid that his wife is having an affair with
a stranger in the crowd.
Total Running Time - 19 minutes 51 seconds
Venezuelan refugee, David Mendez, returns home to climb his nation's highest peak before Venezuela collapses completely. When he was forced to leave, he had many mountains left to climb. His return is a chance to summit Pico Bolivar and tell his family what he couldn't before he fled.
Based on actual events, Charles Devonshire sails the Mediterranean to flee his parents who distribute propaganda in Los Angeles—even after Hitler’s death.
But sixteen days into his journey, Charles experiences atrocities against innocent Jews, when a British destroyer seizes the passenger ship he’s aboard. Soldiers declare Holocaust survivors “illegal immigrants” for attempting to see...