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In the Wine Dark Sea

Through a colorful mosaic of stories, this documentary film aims to demystify Crete as a winemaking region and offers a rare insider glimpse into the indigenous grape varieties, the people behind them and the challenges they are facing with the eminent climate change. Filmed, edited and directed entirely by Chrisa Giorgi, the project reveals the …Read more »

Going Dark, Finding Light

In March of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced restaurants to close their doors and go dark. This caused an economic domino effect across the country hurting many throughout the restaurant industry. San Francisco based chef, Michael Tusk (Quince and Cotogna) and his team found a way to bring a new dining experience to life that …Read more »

Burgers, Fries & Family Ties

This tasty slice of Americana profiles the rich, nearly 60 years-in-the-making Richwine’s Burgerville family legacy of serving great food and providing unrivaled customer service in Polson, Montana. Generations of loyal, appreciative customers are what make it all worthwhile for Marcia Richwine Moen and Co. “They don’t make ’em like they used to.” doesn’t apply here. …Read more »

Chef Studio: The Best Laid Schemes

The Best Laid Schemes series is a 5 part immersive, cooking program produced for distribution on digital streaming and VOD platforms. Created by the James Beard nominated Chef Studio, each season of the self titled “Chef Studio,” explores a different topic or subject and aims to bring back the magic and wonder of food. This …Read more »


WINE and WAR is a feature documentary about the history of winemaking in Lebanon and the resilience of the Lebanese entrepreneurial spirit seen through the lens of war and instability. In a time of global angst, the film is a timely reminder that uncertainty is a way of life for many and looks at the …Read more »