"A Sheltered Sea" tells the story of California’s
Marine Life Protection Act - the critical need for its implementation,
the science that defines it, and the interconnecting mosaic
that makes up the coastal ecosystem of California.
The film features Time’s Person of the Planet Dr. Sylvia
Earle and the many researchers, surfers, divers, economists,
fishermen, conservationists, scientists, and ordinary citizens
that are creatively collaborating, sometimes explosively,
to build the first statewide network of Marine Protected Areas
in the world.
It is an effort that has spanned decades –and the future
of California’s marine environment hangs in the balance.
A Safe Place for Kids -
The Mission of Childrens Institute
2009 Telly Award Winner
"A Safe Place for Kids" tells the gripping story
of LA's abused and neglected children, their sometimes violent
homes, and their long journey back into the mainstream of
life. There are thousands of these children - on street corners
and behind latchkeys - in dirty washrooms and grey basements
- waiting for the next body blow - the next angry scream -
or their next meal.
Using powerful images and probing interviews with therapists,
counselors, kids and parents, Narrator Angie Harmon takes
the audience through some of Los Angeles’ most devastated
communities - and reveals a hopeful life for some of our most
"A Change of Heart”
30 Days into the Future of Cardiac Care"
Winner of the 2003 "Freddie" at the International
Health and Medical Media Awards.
compelling one-hour documentary follows a young cardiac patient
as he struggles to get a new heart – and features the
patients, doctors and nurses at the University of California's
San Francisco Medical Center - and it's internationally renowned
Aired on ABC TV, "A Change of Heart" is full of
personal stories, breakthrough medications, and new age technologies
and treatments - along with the brilliant narration of actor