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REDFORD CENTER SUBMISSION

Thank you to the Redford Center for offering this grant opportunity.
Our team is excited to put our hat in the ring and even more excited at the prospect
of working with you all. Our samples and pitch video are below.


The Elevator Pitch:
Meet the Director and Director of Photography for the film, “California’s Dirty Secret.” Shadia and Adam are a dynamic duo with a history of collaboration that seamlessly combines creativity, passion, and levity with a shared love of efficient, well-organized systems. From logistics to aesthetics, they compliment each other’s strengths and weaknesses with grace and humility.
Adam J. Richman’s Reel
Adam will act as Director of Photography on this project and will be the main camera operator. This gives a good sense of his range of skill and styles as a filmmaker.
Drone Reel
Our team has been using drones in our work for the last couple of years, allowing us to get more dynamic footage and capture formerly unattainable shots.
Drone Reel
Our team has been using drones in our work for the last couple of years, allowing us to get more dynamic footage and capture formerly unattainable shots.
Growing Resistance
We produced a 30 min film last year on the drought and oil in CA featuring Madeline Stano and Juan Flores. We have cut together a special under 4 minute version for this grant submission.
Motion Graphics/Titling
Our team has a variety of experiences working with motion graphics. This sample shows our capacities in the most basic but most used form of mograph: Titling.
Motion Graphics/Titling
Our team has a variety of experiences working with motion graphics. This sample shows our capacities in the most basic but most used form of mograph: Titling.

All important movements require an engaged populace. Our goal is to inspire our audience to take meaningful action that both holds the dirty energy industry accountable and simultaneously uplifts the responsible organizations and companies that are working towards solutions.