Our award-winning work has screened in top film festivals worldwide, received accolades from major film institutions, and been TV broadcast.

Discover a selection below.

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my recovery (2019)

Through a mix of vérité, reenactments and VHS archives, we track a woman's intimate quest to recover from incest. More Soon.


An LGBTQ bike collective puts together the first bike-sharing program of Detroit. One bike at a time, they build community. Read More.


In a prison outside Detroit, three inmates struggle to transform an unruly puppy into a highly-disciplined guide dog. Read More.


 Facing a brutal Detroit winter, a willful urban farmer sets out to transform an abandoned house into a greenhouse. Read More.

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dancing with le pen (2018)

The far-right party "National Front" has been rising in France over the past 30 years, and it's never been that close to power... Read More.

80 to 90FT (2014)

A Native American fishing couple negotiate the warming waters beneath them. Read More.

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ICRC (2018)

We shot a TV spot for the Red Cross in Kabul, Afghanistan this March. Coming soon!

SFMOMA (2017)

MAKO spent 2 days with Tomas Saraceno at his studio in east Berlin for SFMOMA. 

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NEW MONEY (2018)

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World Premiere Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2017. 

Shortlisted for Venice Critics Week 2017,

A sharp-witted true crime drama, New Money follows Debbie Tisdale, a struggling pet store worker who kidnaps her estranged father after he cuts her out of his will.

Starring Louisa Krause (Starz's The Girlfriend Experience) and Emmy and Gotham Nominee Robin Weigert. 



Warning: Contains graphic violence. 

A pig farmer tests his unemployed son's resolve to join the family business. 

A profound viewing experience that is nothing short of immersive.
— Alex Blanchette, Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies, Spring 2016
Able to pack more of an emotional punch in just 15 minutes than many studio feature films.
— Katie Walsh, Indiewire's The Playlist