On the Road with Temple is a 20-minute film that follows Dr. Temple Grandin as she travels around the country. Temple has autism and is one of the leading designers of cattle slaughter facilities in the country. Her Autism has uniquely contributed to her success in understanding animal behavior. Stories about her have appeared in The New Yorker, Time Magazine and on NPR. The film is an intimate road portrait of Temple and her tales of autism and cattle slaughter. On the Road with Temple explores the ways in which our hardwiring contributes to our shaping and understanding of the world. Areas particularly affected by autism are reactions to visual, aural and tactile stimulation; communication; social interaction; and attachment.
16mm color film
Collision explores how role-play, performance, simulation, and fear are being used on a large scale to mobilize high school communities against drunk driving.
16mm black and white film
Super Lotto Plus explores the American dream of winning the lottery. The film combines visual images of lotto advertising, lotto play, and lotto dreams, with the voices of lotto losers and winners. Super Lotto Plus questions the role of lotto in the dream of striking it rich.