URBAN SEEDS is a short documentary that highlights the School Grown Movement in Los Angeles. The documentary will include heart-filled stories of students, families, educators, and community leaders coming together to transform their communities into healthier spaces. This ﬁlm will immerse the audience into the lives of the School Grown Movement members, recounting the journey, struggles, and triumphs as they continue to fight for food justice in urban Los Angeles.
POST PRODUCTION JUST GOT FUNDED on 1/29/2019!
PROJECT 22 is a crowd-funded, community-driven feature documentary, co-directed by two combat-wounded Veterans. Daniel J. Egbert and Doc King’s documentary follows the very personal story of a Marine Infantryman and a Combat Medic on a search for hope that expands into an awareness campaign spanning 6,500 miles on motorcycles. Comprised of real conversations with warriors, providers and researchers, PROJECT 22 needs no combat footage to comprehensively explore the transition home, and leaves audiences hopeful and motivated to take action. The film released theatrically by request in April 2015 and has since screened over 200 theaters around the United States, including at the VA, among active duty and newly enlisted service members, Universities, Mental Health Conferences, and continues to be shown to this day. This film sparks dialogue around underlying issues service members face while inspiring Post Traumatic Growth and healing.