Superman flies into Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in 2012 at the Siegel & Shuster Exhibit. In 1938, two young Cleveland high school students, Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster, created an American Icon. A special exhibit at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport features a unique look at these two young men and the enduring character they created. Travelers will enjoy a mini-documentary about the creation of The Man of Steel, produced by Red Duck Pictures, chronicling the story behind his creation and his ties to Cleveland...where the legend began!
Rejected ads for quitting smoking are showcased in this short Public Service film created for the
Medina Smoke Out Committee to demonstrate
that it isn't the message that will get people to quit smoking; It takes a committment by each individual to quit. This film featuring anti-smoking ad campaigns that really never worked has been submitted for a Telly Award. Fingers crossed!
The Road To Sundance (on a shoestring budget)
This 20-episode web series chronicles the adventures of construction worker, George Lucas Palmer—perhaps
in the throws of a mid-life crisis—following his dream to make a low-budget independent film and take it to
the Sundance Film Festival. His film is based on a screenplay by C.S. Nash, Where the Sun Sets in Purgatory
and is constructed right before your eyes, as you witness every step in the production process from the
beginning fumble and folly, to success and triumph. These guys might not know exactly what they’re doing, but it’s
a lot of fun to watch them try!
was our first feature-length film project completed in 2006, and premiered to an enthusiastic audience of over 1200 people.
It's the story of a man with serious self-esteem issues and his journey to overcome his imperfections and try to love
himself for the very first time.