While studying film at Cornell University, Tim produced a film, SO4, on the lives of custodians that is used by Cornell's Human Resources office, as well as a class in industrial labor relations. From there, he spent a year in new media at Boston's WBUR, NPR station, and founded goingdigitalfilms, LLC, to produce a feature film, 1, on football's longest winning streak. The film has an original score by Daniel Hulsizer (Spellbound), and participated in the 2004 Cinequest Film Festival, 2004 Cleveland International Film Festival and the 2005 International All-Boys School Coalition Conference in Washington, DC. In addition to his documentary work, Tim assistant directed the Senses Fail music video Buried A Lie, distributed by Interscope to MTV2, as well as produced and shot the feature film, wrestling, starring Jeff Conaway (Grease, Taxi).
Since the war began, an estimated 20,000 Iraqis have worked for the United States as interpreters. Though these individuals now face retaliation from insurgents, the visa program for interpreters is limited to 500 spots a year. Watch from both the U.S and Iraqi perspective as a Marine does everything he can to help his former 'terp' escape danger.
Like many single seniors, Felicia Elizondo faces the reality of aging alone. Felicia's limited income has left her with little more than what she plans to use toward her burial. Despite a future unknown, Felicia remains positive by connecting with others who are in similar positions.
An inside look at the Medieval world as recreated by the Society for Creative Anachronism, from the perspective of one of its oldest members.
A group of gay athletes face a second coming-out process as AIDS surfaces in San Francisco. Guy Decker, and other surviving members of the team, march on Washington to advance awareness and to honor those who have passed away. Today, a new generation of empowered gay swimmers competes as gay athletics become more mainstream throughout the world.