MY LIPS (In preproduction)
do Madonna, Courtney Cox and Whoopi Goldberg have in common?
They are all audio-dubbed in France by the same voice artist.
In Spain, the same artist dubs Clint Eastwood and Darth Vader.
As Hollywood depends more and more on international box office
revenues, voiceover dubbing has become big (billions of dollars
a year) business. Who are these unknown artists, and how do
they recreate Hollywood magic? Read My Lips
examines the creative, and often humorous process of audio
dubbing a motion picture.
NOUSHEEN’S QUESTION (In production)
A climate change adventure story.
A determined Bangladeshi student hires an American
private investigator to find the truth about climate change.
NOT YOUR MOTHER’S WASHBOARD (In post production)
our great grandmothers may have used washboards to wash clothes,
their great granddaughters are using them to make beautiful
music. Not Your Mother’s Washboard
looks at the history and popularity of this distinctive and
unique musical instrument. “When you look at the history
of many types of music…Cajun, skiffle, or blues…you’re
looking at the history of the washboard”. Meet the men
and women who keep “the beat” going and this musical
MAN LEFT BEHIND (In preproduction)
young men & women are sent to foreign countries to kill
and be killed. We extol their bravery and their sacrifice.
We mourn their loss. But as the newest generation of combat
veterans return home, damaged in mind & body, what is
the United States government doing to assist those who deserve
“nothing but the best”?
No Man Left Behind looks at the plight of these veterans whose
attempts to seek treatment for combat-related disabilities
(such as post traumatic stress disorder) are often met with
delay and denial by a Department of Veterans Affairs which
is unable or unwilling to treat these “walking wounded”.