Firehouse is producing a multiple episode series on the Chinese martial art Tai Chi. In addition to defense training, Tai Chi is most often practiced for health and meditation benefits. We’re working with the experts at The Confucius Institute.
We’re at work producing a piece on the bleeding edge work being done at The University of Arizona Medical School.
Firehouse at work on series of ten political spots for a Political Action Committee. Local actors Dean Steeves and Leslie Abrams solving world problems over morning coffee.
Firehouse is contracted to produce a series of programs for an important art and educational exhibit entitled, "Broken Dreams," that examines Mexican Repatriation in the 1930's.
An estimated one million people, including many children and more than half of them U. S. citizens, were forced to "repatriate" during this time without due process.
FHP is producing a series of programs for Cord Blood Registry.
Cord Blood Registry's Tucson location is the largest cord blood bank in the world, where samples from over 500,000 children are cryogenically stored. Umbilical cord blood contains stem cells that have been used to regenerate healthy blood and immune systems.
Firehouse is looking for a few good editors.
If you've got a good feel for a story, enjoy working with people as much as you do machines, and have a broad technical knowledge, we'd like you to contact us.
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We enjoyed providing crew services for senior care provider Caremore and their Los Angeles advertising agency Copper Canyon Media on a shoot here in Tucson.
Now you can prepay your electric bill with Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Co-Op's Prepaid Metering program.
SSVEC meets the energy needs of southern Arizona. We're producing a series of spots highlighting some innovative new programs they're offering their members.
We're working with Captain Mark Kelly and the World View team to describe what you'll be seeing floating along at 100,000 feet attached to a balloon with a diameter of the University of Arizona football stadium.
We're at work on a piece about The Tucson Symphony Orchestra and the innovative Young Composers Project.
The program serves as a national model that teaches elementary through high school students to compose for orchestra. This unique and nationally recognized program uses the Orchestra as a living laboratory for the young composers, providing interaction between students and professionals to explore the creative process of composition.
We're completing post on a short piece about Ronald McDonald House. With locations all around the country, it's a place that provides food and lodging to families with children facing long hospitable stays for treatment of serious illness.
For families not living in a metro area with adequate healthcare resources, the prospect of 3 or 4 weeks of hotels and other expenses can often be impossible to manage.
We're working with Tucson Meet Yourself: A Folklife Festival on a presentation to the National Endowment for the Arts. 2013 is TMY's 40th Anniversary.
Known mostly for its wide variety of ethnic foods, the event is now evolving to include more educational exhibits and attractions along with the music, dancing and grub.
We're working mostly with material we shot in 2011/2012, and some great still imagery from legendary Tucson photographer Steve Meckler.