A selection of scenes from our past work. 


Feature Documentary in PROGRESS

In a prison outside Detroit, group of convicted felons struggle to transform an unruly puppy into a disciplined seeing eye dog.


Selected for the San Francisco Film Society's Development Program.

Funded by SCAM (French Writer's Guild) | Bourse Brouillon d'Un Rêve. 



Part of ARTE's interactive documentary SOUNDHUNTERS.

Watch it HERE.

In Berlin, 19-year-old Tarik balances out his German-Turkish identities with his boxing and transition to adulthood. Electronic musician Daedalus transforms his world into a song filled with both strength and longing.

3 Acres In Detroit (2014) | Doc Short 

This strikingly beautiful portrait looks at two unlikely characters as they endeavour to turn one of Detroit’s many abandoned properties into a three-level greenhouse.
— Amira Abdellahi, Hot Docs Film Festival Programmer


Berlin International Film Festival 2014 (World Premiere), Hot Docs, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Dallas International, Camden International, Traverse City, Odense, Cinemambiente, Flagstaff, Milwaukee, Devour!, Martha's Vineyard, Freep, Ecofalante Mostra, Films de Femmes, Seoul Green Film Festival.

Best Short Documentary 2014, Innsbruck Nature Film Festival, Coup de Cœur Agence Court Métrage


80 TO 90 FT (2014) | Doc Short 

It’s great. Really powerful work. I had no idea that water rights could be so fraught.
— Chris Heller, The Atlantic


Los Angeles, Maryland, Traverse City, Best Short / East Lansing. Acquired by AMEX/Seed and Spark for TV Distribution.

THE SLAUGHTER (2013) | Fiction

A masterfully directed story of a son learning harsh truths at the hands of his embittered father.”
— Scott Macaulay, Filmmaker Magazine


SXSW, Locarno, BFI London, Student Academy Award Finalist, Ann Arbor, Mill Valley, Cleveland, Cucalorus, Best Student Short/East Lansing Film Festival. Newport Beach, Mitten Movie Screenings.


“Able to pack more of an emotional punch in 15 minutes than many studio feature films.”
- Katie Walsh, Indiewire's The Playlist



“The film is excellently written. Subtle, and filled with details and plot points which are called back, it is a great showcase of Kohl’s emerging talent.”
- Jason Sondhi, Short of the Week (