OOur first feature film tells the story of a young boatman who escapes the political conflict of his homeland in Kashmir. Valley of Saints won the World Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival and was acquired for world theatrical distribution by 108 Media / Paladin.
Music Video for LA artist Maston (Trouble in Mind Records) for the track "Flutter" off of his full length entitled "Shadows".
People's Television worked with IBM to produce 5 short films about their Global Business Services centers in the USA, Bulgaria and China.
The true story of an undocumented immigrant's journey to save the life of her ailing daughter, LA AMERICANA broadcast on over a dozen networks worldwide, including National Geographic Mundo, PBS World, and Al Jazeera English.
We created this narrative short film for the nonprofit Breakthrough and their #ImHere campaign for the rights of immigrant women. The film was featured in Upworthy and the Huffington Post and has received over 70K views to date.
We collaborated with Facebook to create this animated film about agencies working together to fight homophobia on the social networking site.
We crafted this fun animation for the Oxford University Press best-selling English teaching textbook series.
We produced this animated spot for the United Nations about the success and challenges of the Millennium Development Goals. It played for all the delegates at the Sept 2013 UN General Assembly.
Renowned pianist/composer Robert DeGaetano commissioned us to create this short documentary film which chronicles his 25-year-journey to complete his first Piano Concerto.
People's TV and JZB Projects collaborated to produce this short film for Facebook's...
We worked with BEABA to bring their gourmet baby food maker to life through this playful stop-motion animation.
We worked with Verizon to produce this animated customer testimonial about their digital media solution for ABC/Disney.
People's TV and JZB Projects collaborated to produce this short film for Facebook's 10th Anniversary. Filmed in Canada and the Congo, this is the story of the unlikely connections that can transform lives through Facebook.