Category Archives: Documentaries

Posts about my documentary movies


AARP Caregiver Assistance PSA – A Family Pitches In

More than 40 million family members and friends provide more than 37 billion hours of unpaid care each year to older parents and loved ones. Many people don’t realize they are family caregivers – they […]

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SAVE our seals, save Ourselves!

  Last fall, while I was visiting Montana De Oro State Park in San Luis Obispo, CA, I came across a group of dedicated volunteers from The Marine Mammal Center in Morro Bay. They were […]

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Stewards of the Earth

Lisa Linn founded an organization called Eco Earth Enrichment after seeing how US corporate advertising detrimentally impacted the diets of children in third world countries. Drinking sugar-filled soda’s such as Coke and eating packaged goods […]

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The First Medicine

Andrew Soliz grew up a seemingly normal guy. He had the business, the house, the wife, the kids, the mini-van and the Labrador retriever. Yet for Soliz, that wasn’t enough; he still wasn’t happy. So […]

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ACLU Report Confirms Horrific Deputy-on-Inmate Brutality in LA Jails

Can you imagine being beaten nearly to death…for not paying your subway fare? How about having your stomach kicked so hard that the wall muscles give in, putting you in danger of your intestines breaking […]

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Journey Within

Sometimes, it feels as though my whole life is one long journey to find and rediscover myself. I am constantly searching for the meaning in my life and my connection to something greater, something “higher.” […]

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Grocers march for their rights!

“Ralphs we demand!” screams Rigo Valdez into the megaphone. “Contracts” screams back the crowd.” Despite the yelling and screaming back and forth, the crowd seemed almost upbeat as they marched towards the Ralphs grocery store […]

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Things Are Not Always As They Seem

Last week, I was asked to create a mood video for a documentary class I’m taking at the Brooks Institute. I thought about many topics and then decided to brainstorm with some friends over dinner. […]

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