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‘The Long Night’ Premieres on MediaStorm


Set in Seattle Washington, The Long Night, a film by Tim Matsui and MediaStorm, gives voice and meaning to the crisis of minors who are forced and coerced into the American sex trade. In two parts, the film weaves together the stories of seven people whose lives have been forever changed by this issue. Part [...]

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Remembering Our Veterans: Stories of Service


We are proud to document the stories of the men and women who risk their lives to serve and protect our country and the families that stand behind them. This Veteran’s Day, share their experiences and hear their voices through firsthand accounts. As the U.S. prepares for the final drawdown of soldiers from the conflicts [...]

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MediaStorm Presents: “The Far End of the Road” for GAIA


Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) takes the medical breakthroughs of the developed world and brings them to The Far End of the Road where 1 out of 6 adults is HIV-positive and healthcare can be many hours away. GAIA is successful, in part, because its dedicated staff brings care to those who might otherwise go [...]

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MediaStorm Presents: H-Town Stories II for Neighborhood Centers


In this new installment of H-Town Stories commissioned by Neighborhood Centers Inc., MediaStorm takes an intimate look at two lives that have been transformed by the power of work. Neighborhood Centers provides services to 400,000 Texans every year and MediaStorm hoped to create intimate portraits of just a few of these men and women who [...]

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Now Playing on MediaStorm: Hungry Horse by Pieter ten Hoopen


  We are pleased to launch Hungry Horse, a film and photography project created by internationally acclaimed photographer Pieter ten Hoopen in collaboration with MediaStorm based on over ten years of work in a small Montana town. In the film, Pieter touches on the struggles of poverty, drug use and loss. But he more accurately captures [...]

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