This short film featuring Kenyan sound engineer Abdul Ramadhan was a festival favorite including Nashville, Newport Beach, Milwaukee, St. Louis, New Orleans, Edmonton, and the United Nations Film Festival in San Francisco. Following its release, Abdul Ramadhan was given a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the International Association of Broadcasters in London.
This feature length documentary chronicle medical students during their first year class in gross anatomy – the dissection of the human body. It was produced with the cooperation of the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine. Distribution TBD.
This one hour documentary aired nationwide in the US on public television. It features the long friendship and philosophical dialogue between two of the foremost writers of the 20th century.
This short film has accompanied various museum exhibitions featuring the still photography of Chip Duncan including the 2018 print release of Inspiring Change.
This short documentary was produced for One.org to showcase advances in food sustainability in drought prone regions of Ethiopia.
This three-part series aired nationwide in the US on public television and was seen in more than 50 countries around the world. Available for viewing on several streaming platforms.
This short film was produced as a companion to the release of the non-fiction book featuring the photography of Chip Duncan during journeys to Afghanistan, Pakistan and Darfur, Sudan.
This one hour documentary on the presidency of Herbert Hoover aired nationwide on PBS.
This two-part series chronicles multi-faith prayer practices in America. It aired nationwide on public television.
This one hour documentary features the rise and fall of acclaimed Ohio State University football coach Woody Hayes. It aired nationwide on public television in the US.