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Nonfiction Media specializes in creating beautiful short- and long-form documentaries to inform and inspire.
Please have a look at this short sampling of projects we've recently completed.

Personal Work

Three: Impressions from the Struggle for Girls' Education

This half hour documentary shows a day in the life of three Nepali girls —Shanta, Pragya and Karuna. Their stories give context to the plight of women in Nepal and the invaluable role education plays in ending the cycle of female oppression.
Three was funded by the nonprofit The Little Sisters Fund. For more information or to give a donation:

Commissioned & Non-Profit Work

The Little Sisters Fund (raiser)

This film is a 15:00 long version of our fundraising film for the Little Sisters Fund. It is intended to be distributed among potential donors and funders, and also be used as the centerpiece for individuals and groups wishing to host events to support the organization's work.

To order a DVD copy for yourself, please contact the Little Sisters Fund.

Called To Shine

In the Mississippi Delta, church pews are increasingly filled with women. Female preachers, however, are a rarity. At Sunshine Missionary Baptist Church, Assistant Pastor Dr. Dorothy Shaw is breaking new ground from behind the pulpit while keeping the traditions of the church alive.

Called to Shine is a documentary short directed, filmed and edited by Chris Thompson and Amy Benson. It was made as part of the Barefoot Workshop in Clarksdale, MS

CREATION Project :: 2008

Over two nights in May 2008, Seattle's Central District Forum presented "The CREATION Project Showcase". The showcase was the culmination of the Creation Project, a year-long professional development initiative where artists are selected to develop and present new works.

This film was made to introduce the artists to the audience as part of the showcase.

Artist Docuportrait: Cooper Artist Housing

A moving portraiture of The Cooper School, an artist housing community in Seattle, Washingtion.

Slammin' Sin

Slammin Sin' was commissioned by The Frye Art Museum in Seattle. Four young poets respond to Franz Von Stuck's painting entitled "Sin".

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