Pizza & Prana – 2020
This short film features yoga therapist Tina Langdok and her groundbreaking work using the ancient healing techniques of Prana (life force) to treat ALS. Also featured are Scott Stieber MD and Dr. Ron Reimer MD from Mayo Clinic Jacksonville. The film is available free-of-charge and premiered exclusively on this website in September, 2020.
Magnificent Madness – 2022
This four-part documentary series looks at the life and times of Tazio Nuvolari, the acclaimed Italian race car pilot who rose to stardom in the 1930s. Series is in production with a projected release of early 2022. Location filming completed in Italy, Argentina, and the United States.
The First Patient — 2018
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. Available for viewing on Amazon Prime & iTunes. Group screenings available through Ro*Co Films, San Francisco.
The Sound Man — 2015
An award-winning festival favorite, “The Sound Man” features the compelling story of Nairobi-based audio journalist Abdul Ramadhan and his 35 year career covering many of East Africa’s most tragic news events. The short documentary is shown here in its entirety.
The Three Tenors of Climate Change
Renowned climatologist Dr. Ben Santer spent a career with Lawrence Livermore Labs as an expert in climate modeling. Dr. Hernando Garzon from California-based Kaiser Permanente is a leader on global health and the impact of global warming on marginalized populations. Photojournalist Chip Duncan has documented the impact of climate change on indigenous cultures around the world.
The Reagan Presidency — 2013
This three-part series aired nationwide in the US on public television and was seen in more than 50 countries around the world. Now available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Tolkien & Lewis — 2017
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. Available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Revisiting Korem — 2013
This short documentary was produced for One.org to showcase advances in food sustainability in drought prone regions of Ethiopia.
Landslide — 2009
This one hour documentary on the presidency of Herbert Hoover aired nationwide on PBS.
A History of Prayer in America — 2007
This two-part series chronicles multi-faith prayer practices in America. It aired nationwide on public television.
Building Bridges — 2016
This short film has accompanied various museum exhibitions featuring the still photography of Chip Duncan including the 2018 print release of Inspiring Change.
Through One City’s Eyes — 1998
This one hour public television documentary looks at segregation, racial injustice, and the impact of the Civil Rights Movement in the city of Milwaukee from 1968 to 1998.