• Parkland

    With the opening of their brand new billion dollar facility, Parkland Hospital asked us to create a TV spot that focuses on their commitment to caring for expectant mothers while also showing off their new accommodations. Warning: adorable newborn baby included.

    • CLIENT: Parkland Hospital
    • AGENCY: Picturebox
    This Is the Place
  • Dream is Destiny

    Picturebox co-produced this biography of filmmaker Richard Linklater, which will be broadcast in 2017 on the PBS series, American Masters. Dream is Destiny premiered at Sundance in January, 2016 and then had its local premiere at SXSW.

    • Sundance, PBS, SXSW
    • 2016 Documentary
    Feature Doc
  • Kinsa

    Tech startup Kinsa Health wanted a spot with a “big-brand” feel on a limited budget, so we produced this fun 60 second promo that has everything you could want in a TV spot:  cute kids, a heroic mom, and a happy ending for everyone (almost)!

    • CLIENT: Kinsa Health
    • AGENCY: Alkali Marketing
  • Central Health

    Healthcare is a complex topic, so when Central Health was looking for a way to talk about their innovative community-based healthcare initiatives, we kept it simple by telling stories of individuals and families whose lives have been affected by these new and exciting programs.

    • CLIENT: Central Health
    • AGENCY: Picturebox
    Healthcare Transformed
    Central Health
  • Inside Joke

    Every April we collaborate with the Paramount Theater to produce Inside Joke, an online series that goes behind the scenes at the Moontower Comedy Festival.
    • Online Comedy Show
    • 2016 Moontower Comedy Fest
    Web Series
    Inside Joke @ the Moontower Comedy Fest

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A Journalist Continues His Work
March 6, 2012 Posted by: David

Last summer I took our brand new camera (the Sony FS100) to Ocean Grove, New Jersey and shot some footage of my father talking about the volunteer reporting he does for a local blog. I had outfitted the camera with a bunch of Zacuto components — a first for me — and I needed an excuse to get comfortable with the new rig before starting on a new feature documentary project (Sam Douglas’s new ‘Land Art’ doc). We spent a few leisurely days just walking around town, shooting video and talking about his career in journalism and the pro bono writing and reporting he does now. I really enjoyed hearing about all that, and I find as I watch this footage that I’m very proud of my father and what he stands for.


Storytellers with a documentary bent.

Our idea of fun? Telling stories that fascinate. We are filmmakers with a passion for putting together compelling narratives, and we have a great time doing it. Whether it’s a last-minute road trip to shoot an interview or late nights in the edit suite to meet a deadline (fueled by East Side Pies and Rio Blanco Pale Ale), we delight in sweating every creative detail and clearing each technical hurdle. Great nonfiction storytelling thrives at Picturebox. Come let us tell your story.

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