DOCUMENTARY / SHORT FILM
Jim Lipuma owns the Moonlite Drive-In in Brookville, Pa. The Moonlite is the only theater in Jefferson County that shows new movies and is a hub of the community. However, with those films no longer being distributed on 35mm film, the Moonlite is in danger of closing. Jim must now come up with upwards of $80,000 to purchase a digital projector or face losing his livelihood and more...
When Jayden Perez learned about the devastation from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, he dedicated all his time to giving to those affected by the storm. The Giants took notice and decided to give back to him as well...
Ken's Best Wurst is a popular late-night stop for Penn State students seeking munchies and good conversation. Ken Baumgarten, of Philipsburg, Pa., runs the late night hot dog and sausage stand in downtown State College on weekend nights. A night out at Penn State is never truly complete until a visit is paid to Ken's Best Wurst.
"Ken's Best Wurst" has been recognized by the Hearst Journalism Awards Program as a finalist in the Multimedia 1 category, receiving a certificate of excellence for quality journalistic storytelling in 2015.
Aaron and Wyatt Mones have been playing music together their entire lives. In fact, they’re twin brothers that form the two-man group known as The Daydreamers. Now more than decade into their journey, the self-taught, Woodstock, N.Y. natives prepare to make the transition from local-scale band into the spotlight of the music industry as they reflect on past accomplishments and look toward the future.
Featured as a documentary short in the 2015 Woodstock Film Festival.
Giants Running Back, Saquon Barkley, surprised the football team at Cardinal Hayes High School in his hometown of The Bronx, NY. Produced for the New York Giants in partnership with Campbell's.