AN ACT OF DOG
The story of an artist who sets out to paint 5,500 portraits, only to discover
that the paintings are taking a toll on him in ways he never imagined.
Adapted by Russ Barry from Pulitzer Prize winner Edith Wharton's little-known novella, Bunner Sisters chronicles the ups and downs of two sisters living in Old New York, both of whom vye for the affections of a handsome clock maker.
Genre: Television drama, 1 x 90'
Available rights: US public television, US commercial/cable, international, streaming
Humanitarian. Social Reformer. Public Health Nurse.
“I always fall under the spell of her personality and wonder what quality it is which makes an individual able to sway others by the sheer force of her own sympathy and understanding of human beings.”
- Eleanor Roosevelt
Lillian D. Wald
Narrated by Don Morrow and based on the groundbreaking book of the same name, the film covers the history of animal shelters in the U.S. starting with the 1866 founding of the ASPCA in New York City and continuing to the present day.
Genre: Documentary, 1 x 60'
Status: Released June 2014
Distribution: No Kill Advocacy Center, PBS
San Pedro International Film Festival 2014
Winner: Audience Award for Best Film
Torchlight Film Series Official Selection
PBS Official Selection
A young farmer struggles through his first growing season on his newly purchased New Hampshire farm
Genre: Factual, Short
Status: Premiered 2009