These are highlights from documentaries and commercial work completed during and prior to 2011, with footage taken in Arizona, New Mexico, California, Louisiana, Virginia, New York, California, Texas and Brazil.
Created for a film series profiling artists of Columbus, this short was also released as part of the television series, Broad & High. It quickly became one of their top ten most popular segments.
Produced for the Dutch television company, Metropolis TV and broadcast in Europe, this film follows the story of a boy who starts a metal band, while living with his parents in the Bible Belt.
This is a compilation of commercial work shot for our 2012 minidocs series, which brought affordable video production to small businesses in New York City.
This short is part of a television series, Focus Westerville, and informed local residents about the changing face of the fire department. After its release on Facebook, it was viewed 28,000 times in the first week.
Josh Tickell fights our addiction to foreign oil through his roles as an activist, speaker, and filmmaker. After winning Sundance in 2009 with his documentary film, Fields of Fuel, he organized multiple cross-country bus tours supporting biofuels. In The Freedom Drive, Josh and his partner Rebecca, traveled over 5000 miles, visiting 50 cities, on a bus fueled by ethanol. Oakhouse Films was responsible for shooting the weekly video that the team released during the trip.
This feature length documentary was shot from 2014 to 2015 and follows the high-stakes battle over the fate of the Internet, freedom and privacy. Oakhouse Films was contracted for principal cinematography during the film’s production.
In late February 2011, Croix Sather began his challenge to run over 3,000 miles across the continental United States, completing a marathon a day for over 100 days straight, with a speaking engagement every day in a different city along the route. Our job was to shoot, capture, log and edit a new video every day about Croix’s experience. This is a selected clip from Day 19.
Ritmo do Morumbi is a documentary that follows the Sao Paolo performing arts school, Meninos do Morumbi, which gives children from favelas (slums) a way out of poverty.
This short film was contracted by Columbus’ Jazz Arts Group and screened at their yearly fundraiser, “One Night Only.”
This is a feature length documentary about the history of Ohio’s state rock song. Oakhouse Films was contracted for the film’s shooting, editing, and creative direction.
This short documentary tells the story of a man, who, after a forty-year drinking spell and multiple suicide attempts, found himself in the last place he ever imagined, a Christian rehab center. This film was produced for the Dutch television production company, Metropolis TV.