Mallory Smith

SALT IN MY SOUL | Feature documentary

SALT IN MY SOUL | Feature documentary

Salt in My Soul

Mallory Smith

Director: Will Battersby

Salt in My Soul is the story of Mallory Smith, a woman born with Cystic Fibrosis. Based on her best-selling memoir, it is the story of growing up knowing that you may not have long to live and the power of love. Finishing early 2021.

flint

FLINT | Feature documentary

FLINT | Feature documentary

Flint – feature documentary

THE YES MEN FIX THE WORLD | Feature documentary

THE YES MEN FIX THE WORLD | Feature documentary

The Yes Men Fix the World

canal movie

THE CANAL | Feature documentary

THE CANAL | Feature documentary

The Canal

canal movie

Feature documentary

Director: Will Battersby

The Canal is a feature documentary about the Love Canal disaster of 1978 showing how a group of working class housewives managed to save their families after they discovered they were living on a toxic dump site. The documentary has not been released yet, but is the basis for a scripted story of Love Canal to be directed by Patricia Arquette.

40 WEEKS | Feature documentary

40 WEEKS | Feature documentary

40 Weeks

Feature documentary, released 2014, Big Belli

Director: Christopher Henze

Filmmaker follows pregnant women and couples on their journey to the birth of their baby.

2012: TIME FOR CHANGE | Feature documentary

2012: TIME FOR CHANGE | Feature documentary

2012: Time for Change

Feature documentary, released 2010, Mangusta Productions

Director: João Amorim

Writer Daniel Pinchbeck explores ways to transform current unsustainable practices into a regenerative planetary culture.

“2012 is remarkably tight… director Joao Amorim and editor April Merl do a terrific job assembling disparate materials … A one-for-the-books visual grace note: a simple cut from yoga class stretching to a big cat luxuriantly stretching its loins in the wild” – Variety

KATRINA SISTERS | Documentary short

KATRINA SISTERS | Documentary short

Katrina Sisters

Documentary short, 2007, DCTV

Director: Shannon Sonrouille

Four African-American young women discover the power of art in post-Katrina New Orleans.

Aired on NYC-TV Life channel in 2011