Survival, Strength, Starting Over
This film tells the story of a variety of people from police officer to business owner to parent and their
journey through hurricane Katrina. The personal
accounts start from the day before the hurricane
and bring you to where they were three years later.
This documentary premiered at the Canal St. Theater
in New Orleans and in St. Bernard Parish, LA.
peace out films screened Survival, Strength, Starting Over across the country and raised money for a community center helping people through the grueling process of insurance paperwork to get back into their homes.
The film was also broadcast on RIPBS several times.
Faith Street Corner Tavern is a creative collaborative between director/cinematographer David Paul and peace out films. It is a surreal tale of a twin and his brother's journey through life based on their own experiences. It is also the story of the unique friendship of three artists, and the power of art and love to redeem the dignity of three outcasts denigrated by an indifferent and hostile society.
This film had a special screening at the Topanga Film Festival in Topanga, CA
Until The Violence Stops
This short documentary film was made for the Rhode Island V-day project. This film opened for the Vaginal Monologues as they were performed across the state. Eve Ensler's plight to bring awareness to the sexual abuse towards women and girls spread from state to state and around the world. peace out films was honored to be a part of an incredible team creating awareness on such an important topic.
This is a short video of why people felt the need
to march on Washington for the Women's/Equality march on Jan. 21, 2017
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Love Is Blind
A narrative short about a young couple and how their love for each other affects passersby.
This film premiered at the Hills Film Festival in Torrington, CT in the category of 'shorts'.
The second screening came with an acceptance into the Boston International Film Festival in Boston, MA and was screened at AMC Loews Theater.
Because everybody has a story to tell