A 30-second PSA for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta. Aired on WSB-TV and other outlets. Featuring some of Atlanta’s most distinguished women, all of whom were Girl Scouts and/or Brownies. Produced and directed by David Lewis in conjunction with is Leadership Atlanta 2012 project group.
A 30-second PSA for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta. Featuring former Atlanta Mayor, Shirley Franklin and TV News Anchor, Monica Pearson. Produced and directed by David Lewis in conjunction with his Leadership Atlanta 2012 project group. Aired on WSB-TV and other outlets.
A film for Clemson University designed to help recruit faculty.
A film done for Emory’s unique ALS Center designed to help patients newly diagnosed with the disease cope with the diagnosis and to help their families as well.
Shot in Atlanta and surrounding communities as well as Albany, Georgia. Featuring interviews with patients, family members, doctors, nurses and caregivers.
A Clemson fundraising film.
A film for the Emory Psychology department featuring noted faculty Frans De Waal, Drew Westen, Marshall Duke, Steve Nowicki, Elaine Walker and Emory’s President, Jim Wagner. Brain scans, elephants, politicians and old home movies are part of this film.
The opening night film produced for the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
A piece done for the Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice & Research to help explain their unique role in combating child abuse. Shot entirely in Philadelphia and surrounding areas.
Featuring interviews with: Dean Richard Gelles of the UPenn School of Social Policy and Practice; Debra Schilling Wolfe, Executive Director of the Field Center; Cindy Christian, MD, of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the UPenn School of Medicine; Professor Alan Lerner of the UPenn Law School; Risa Vetri Ferman, District Attorney of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
The fundraising film produced for The Paideia School’s $20 million Campaign for All Ages.
A film about the non-profit Middle East peace initiative, Comedy for Peace. Featuring Whoopi Goldberg, Omid Djalili, David Brenner, Harold Ramis, Hanan Ashrawi, Ray Hanania, Aaron Freeman, David Lewis, the head of Fatah in Jenin, a nameless leader of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade and others. Filmed in locations in the US, Israel and Palestine including Ramallah, Tel Aviv, Jenin, Jerusalem, Chicago and Detroit. The film follows the struggles of a palestinian and a jew on a mission to use standup comedy and documentary film to solve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Not surprisingly, they fail.
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