The story of the world’s first canine to receive 4 prosthetic limbs. Naki’o was found in an abandoned home and was so badly frostbitten he would lose part of his tail, nose, and all four paws. An inspiring story of love and compassion - a family from Colorado and a local business gives Naki’o a second chance at life.
It is with a heavy heart that we report Naki’o passed away April 2nd of 2018. We are glad to have been able to immortalize his story and hope that he will continue to inspire and spread awareness about disabled animals.
Documentary | Short | 11:02 | 2012
In 2019 we’re bringing you some exclusive content from our friends in Red City Radio; only the best punk band from Oklahoma City.
Partnering with Media OneTEN we'll be dropping a number of short videos throughout early 2019 to help get you pumped for all the cool shit RCR has in store for your earholes.
Documentary | Series | 2019
The first feature film to tell the story of Casey Tibbs, a nine-time world champion cowboy from Mission Ridge, South Dakota, who left home at the age of 13 in 1942 due to his father’s disdain of rodeo. Over a decade of dominance followed has he brought national attention to rodeo as the original American sport. Akin to riding a wild bronc in competition, his unpredictable life had its grand victories and cheerless crashes.
Documentary | Feature | 94:13 | 2017
Of Mics and Men: The Summer of Ska is a documentary web series about the third wave ska movement in the United States and its peak during the mid-nineties. The series examines the origins of the genre as well as the two tone scene in Europe before its eventual arrival in the United States. Featuring interviews with some of the best bands and industry experts, this is first ever series to tell the story of this legendary genre of music!
Documentary | Series | 10 Episodes | 2018
The Buffalo King, a richly textured and momentous film, follows James (Scotty) Philip from his meager upbringing to his success in saving the American bison from extinction. An original preservationist in the 1890s, he disdained the wanton slaughter of buffalo and used this dark moment in history as a driving force for something greater.
Disregarding failure and peril, Scotty displayed true grit as he pursued the American Dream. In this film, the iconic buffalo becomes a symbol for strength and resilience, an inspiration to one's life today. An authentic Western story about an unsung hero, this is the tale of an adventurous young boy who grew into the 'Man who saved the Buffalo.'
Documentary | Feature | 60:13 | 2013
A short film shot in one day at the Women's March on Denver; January 21st, 2017. The largest protest in United States history with an estimated 3-4 million people taking part in cities across the US and the world.
Documentary | Short | 2:43 | 2017
A short subject documentary produced in partnership with the Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center for the benefit of the center and to highlight wolf and other keystone predator conservation and protection. Produced in collaboration with Jeff Anderson and Racine Street Productions.
Documentary | Short | 7:30 | 2011
An EOD team stationed in Afghanistan is put to the test when one of their own is injured during a routine patrol. Authentic footage of their deployment mixed with interviews helps tell a story of loss, heroism, and triumph in the face of tragedy. This is the film that started it all.
Documentary | Short | 20:34 | 2010