Episode: American Patriot: Inside the Armed Uprising Against the Federal Government
Building on the accepted science that climate change is real and caused by human activity, BURNED takes an unwavering look at the latest false solution to our vast energy appetite: the burning of trees to create electricity.
Episode: Terror in Little Saigon: Frontline and ProPublica investigate the murder of Vietnamese-American journalists. The episode was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Journalism: Long Form.
A tiny town in Tennessee is the most unlikely of places you would expect to find the hardest trail race in the world. Created as a mockery of a historic prison escape, in 25 years, only 10 people have finished The Barkley Marathons. Winner of the Austin Film Festival Audience Award and a Hot Docs Top Twenty Audience Favorite.
A collaboration of over two dozen Vermont filmmakers exploring the state's independent spirit over the centuries. Ty served as lead composer and music coordinator for the six-part documentary series.
When tragedy strikes the community surrounding a cafe in West Philadelphia, the cafe's regulars come to realize how intertwined their lives truly are.
A multi-cultural film about art and adoption, telling the story of an American woman, her adopted Korean daughter and a Korean artist. Winner of Best Feature Script, 2017 New York Eurasian Film Festival.
The story of the fight to clear activist Judi Bari's name after her car was bombed and she was arrested as a terrorist by the Oakland police. Convinced the FBI conspired to discredit her and her organization, Judi decided to sue.
A short non-profit film for Women's Entrepreneurial Development under the ILO.
VPR's Brave Little State Podcast theme, plus a cue from the radio documentary "The Irene Effect," which takes stock of where Vermont stands nearly four months after the historic flood.
Using a distinctive blend of computer animation, digital video and 8mm film shot entirely on location in Vermont and Western Massachusetts, 7 TO 10 DAYS is a gripping medical drama that takes a compassionate, eye-opening look into the lives of everyday people dealing with chronic illness.
Back to Your Senses is a video series about people who are mid-leap in the process of turning their passion into their vocation.
A partnership between the Vermont Land Trust, the Shelburne Museum, owners of conserved land, and visual artists. This unique project explores how our landscape can be viewed and experienced through a variety of artistic lenses. Video series by filmmaker Jay Stearns.
An ethics professor ironically finds himself caught in a dangerous ethical dilemma when he attempts to intervene on behalf of a bright but troubled student who appears to be a victim of physical abuse.
A Prairie Home Companion, broadcasting from New York's Town Hall with the April 2009 talent contest: The Great American Duet Sing-Off. Ty and Robin, as Red Heart the Ticker, perform two songs, including "Jackknives" from For the Wicked.
Non-profit media piece.
A short film by Kate Purdie and Ames Hill Productions in conjunction with Bennington College.
Music from the archive.
The Brattleboro Film Festival's introduction, produced by Ames Hill Productions.
Non-profit media piece produced by Alan Dater and Lisa Merton of Marlboro Productions.
The READ TO ME PROGRAM is an organized series of interactive workshops to get parents to know and trust the pleasures of picture books for children.
Non-profit media piece. SCA is America's conservation corps.
Non-profit media piece. The River Gallery School provides classes, studio space, and a working environment that encourages individual expression, where the visual arts and the creative process are explored and honored.
And excerpt of new, unreleased music from RHTT.
THE ODYSSEY is 4th in the POCKET MYTHS series. The film consists of 24 continuous shorts by 24 groups of filmmakers telling the complete story of THE ODYSSEY, Homer's epic in 24 chapters.