FEATURED WORK: FILM

FLINT: The Poisoning of an American City
* WINNER of THE FRANK LITTLE AWARD FOR SELF SACRIFICE
& SOCIAL CHANGE,
2019 COVELLITE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Directed by David Barnhart / Director of Photography: Scott Lansing 

FLINT: The Poisoning of an American City explores the critical question of how 100,000 people in the USA could be poisoned by drinking water. The film features interviews with area residents and experts in lead and water. While serving as a warning to the rest of the country, this documentary educates and inspires.

For more info: www.flintpoisoning.org

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Robert Shaw: Man of many Voices (Feature Film Documentary

* 2017 Breckenridge Film Festival WINNER - BEST DOCUMENTARY

Executive Producer: Kiki Wilson / Directed by: Pamela Roberts & Peter Miller

Edited by: Amy Linton / Motion Graphics: Scott Lansing, Jennifer Lansing, Matty Vetter & Chris Roach 

A film honoring one of the world's most beloved classical music icons.

For more info: http://robertshawthefilm.com

Unbecoming (Feature Film)

Directed by Chris White  / DP & Edited by Scott Lansing

 

A retired U.S. senator with a dark secret, an in-school suspension teacher and his captive audience of one, two lost souls’ unlikely meeting at a roadside diner, the stomach-churning memory of True Love lost, a father’s last will and testament passed on via workshop mix tape.

 

Award-winning writer-director Chris White presents his 5-film, comic anthology on the nature of personal devolution and change—with a decidedly Southern gothic twist. facebook.com/unbecomingfilm

 

Staring: Michael Forest, Patti D’Arbanville, Aaron Belz, Teri Parker Lewis, Bill Mazzella, and Lilly Nelson.

To Breathe Free (Short Film Documentary 2017)

* 2017 Covellite International Film Festival WINNER - BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY

Directed by: David Barnhart / DP & Edit: Scott Lansing 

This story follows the 5 year journey of a Syrian family fleeing the war in Homs to the refugee camps in Jordan and starting a new life in Washington, D.C. This intimate and unique perspective is not seen in current media reporting on the refugee crisis.

Kepulihan: When the Waters Recede

(Feature Film Documentary)

* 2016 Beaufort Film Festival Official Selection
Directed by David Barnhart  / DP & Edit: by Scott Lansing

 

A documentary capturing the 2004 Tsunami aftermath and recovery told entirely through the eyes and experiences of survivor, Pak Yadi, over a 10-year period as he struggles to forge a new life and rebuild his community.

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