There are always short term corporate projects and other business videos for Fortune 500 clients.

For my second year, I’ve been contracted for EarthDayTX 2017 in late April. It held the distinction in 2016 as the largest Earth Day celebration in the world. It is located on the Texas State Fair grounds in Dallas. I’m also working on a looping video that will play continuously throughout the EarthxFilm Festival events.


I also edited a short biography film on “Pancho” Medrano, a revered union organizer, voice for women and hispanic workers across the U.S. and a supporter and promoter of the people’s right to vote.

The following are works in progress.

Allen Mondell continues to develop his full-length documentary about the development and often destruction of neighborhoods through the story of Henderson Avenue in Dallas.


HENDERSON AVENUE (documentary) starts with a buggy ride down a quaint and largely unknown section of Dallas and ends with all the sidewalk banter, frenetic activity and congestion of a mile-long urban phenomenon. So how did we get here? And what were the toils along the way? Like many documentaries, funding determines when post production work can be done.


Cynthia Salzman Mondell is gathering funding for the feature length production of SOLE SISTERS. There are promos and short clips from this production available, but the full production will be edited when the funding is in place. Watch a short trailer below.

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From her first wobbly steps in baby shoes, to a sassy strut in new red stiletto heels, to a slow shuffle in worn bedroom slippers, SOLE SISTERS will journey through the different stages of a woman's life in a feature-length documentary. It has been produced as a play in a workshop and continues to be developed. Now you can be part of this project. Join forces with award-winning filmmaker Cynthia Salzman Mondell of Media Projects as she collects women’s stories and mounts the financial campaign to finish her SOLE SISTERS film project. 


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