Since astronomers first discovered exoplanets in 1995, we've come to learn that there are a staggering amount of planets out there in the universe. But, we have yet to find one that's habitable, aside from our own. The Search for Earth Proxima is a short documentary about a group of scientists and their mission to build a telescope to hunt for an Earth-like planet around our closest neighbor: Alpha Centauri.
Co-Directed by Brett Marty & Josh Izenberg
Cinematography: Owen Bissell, Andy Quinn
Time Lapse Photography: Andy Quinn, Brett Marty, Josh Izenberg
Editors: Kee Heywood, Hamilton Henson
Title Design: Colin Gill
Produced by Brett Marty & Josh Izenberg
Special Thanks: Mission Centaur, NASA Ames Research Center, The SETI Institute, European Southern Observatory, VLT, ALMA, Triple Ring Tech, Positron Dynamics, Onda Corporation, and La Ventana Cine.
Artistic Renderings of Exoplanets Courtesy of NASA and ESO
A sci-fi romance that tells the story of Joel and Alice, an elderly couple approaching their golden years in a world of perpetual youth.
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YOUTH, an 18-minute short film, is currently playing at film festivals all over the country and recently screened at Cannes. It's won a handful of awards, including the Jury Award at the Alameda International, Special Jury Prize at Minneapolis SPIFF, and Best Screenplay at the Las Vegas FF.
When young Shawn Hayes caught a wild falcon in a rough and tumble neighborhood east of LA, he had no idea it would lead him into a lifelong love affair with falconry — training and hunting with wild raptors.
The Perfect Flight is a short documentary portrait of Shawn and his falcon.
Disillusioned with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to Pacific Beach. There, he undergoes a radical transformation into SLOMO, trading his lab coat for a pair of rollerblades and his IRA for a taste of divinity.
SLOMO was the winner of over a dozen awards, including Best Short Documentary at SXSW and Best Short Documentary at the International Documentary Association Awards. It was shortlisted for an Academy Award and premiered as a New York Times Op-Doc.