Recent Shows & Releases
Projects that we have worked on for public and nonprofit organizations.
2020 was a rough year for everybody. Due to restrictions required for the pandemic, all of our production projects were postponed or canceled. However, we did edit two films for the Eno River Association in Durham, NC, and made a short in-house film of the pandemic's effects on daily life. Additionally, we made significant progress on editing, research and graphics for a documentary on the history of the Great Depression in North Carolina. That film is expected to be completed in mid to late 2021.
December 8, 2019 Showing of Occoneechee Mountain: Reflections at the Eno River Association Annual Meeting, Durham, NC
November 21, 2019 The Alachua Conservation Trust completed the purchase of the Orange Lake Overlook property to permanently conserve this ecologically and historically important property. The short film produced by PPM was used to help raise funds for the purchase.
October 5 - 23, 2019 Exhibition of photos by Ernie Sears for the Farm Project at the Frank Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC
October 13, 2019 Premier of Occoneechee Mountain: Reflections at the Hillsborough Library Community Room, Hillsborough, NC
September, 2019 An image by Stephen Tabone of two Sandhill Cranes was placed on permanent exhibition in the University of Florida's Congenital Heart Center in Gainesville, Florida.
May 2019 Delivered film Orange Lake Overlook to the Alachua Conservation Trust, Gainesville, FL.
April 2019 Delivered film Devils Geological Millhopper State Park Ranger Guided Tour to Florida State Parks, Gainesville, FL
June, 2019 Stephen Tabone's image of an Appalachian sunset was published as a double truck in National Parks Magazine Spring issue.
March 20, 2019 Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed legislation to clean up more than 27 million cubic yards of coal ash from unlined ponds at three power plants. PPM produced a film that was shown to the governor, legislators and citizens all over the state to educate about the dangers this waste represented.