Winner of an OSCAR® for short documentary, King Gimp follows the life of Dan Keplinger from age 13 until his graduation from college documenting his journey entering the mainstream as well as his birth as an artist. Challenging society to disregard his cerebral palsy, he’s greeted with a standing ovation as he accepts his diploma.
29 YEARS: BONG, SARAH, AND THE KING
Filmed over the course of nearly three decades, 29 Years chronicles the life portraits of Sarah, Bong, and Dan, who while acknowledging their disability as part of who they are, embrace and live the mainstream life of friends, relationships, careers, and happiness.
EDGE OF LIFE
Shock Trauma: Edge of Life, a six episode mini-series, produced for Discovery Life, documents the heroic world of Shock Trauma surgeons and nurses who battle to save patients, despite the odds.
9TH GRADE: FROM WEST BALTIMORE
Five teens from West Baltimore continue their life journey. Now in the most prestigious public high schools, they are competing with Baltimore’s best.
8TH GRADE: FROM WEST BALTIMORE
Six young teens coming from West Baltimore, a community plagued with violence, drugs and poverty share their journeys to find another world.
FROM WEST BALTIMORE
The documentary follows six young teens from West Baltimore who share their lives and the challenges of growing up in neighborhoods of violence and poverty.
SHAKEER FROM WEST BALTIMORE
MMP Media collaborated with the UMB CURE Scholars program to produce several videos exploring the lives of participants in the program.
WALTER P. CARTER: CHAMPION FOR CHANGE
Walter P. Carter – Champion for Change reveals the extraordinary accomplishments made by one man to the civil rights history of Baltimore.
Presents the journey of one man’s transition from institutional to community living following the closure of The Rosewood Center, Maryland’s largest residential center for the developmentally disabled. Regional Emmy Award
Following the life of Grace Kirkland from shortly after her diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease until her final days, the documentary spans 10 years. Her husband Glenn, a dedicated caregiver, challenges Grace to remain engaged in life as long as possible. Regional EMMY Award
When gambling becomes an addiction for Joy, she surreptitiously borrows, intending to pay back, over $500,000 from her employer. Her brain, high jacked by her addiction, allows her life to be gambled away.
THE 36 HOUR DAY: DIAGNOSIS ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Follows Bob as he cares for his wife Nancy, who says, “It’s stealing my brain.” His love continues from the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease –forgetting a few words– to her final days.
This 16 episode series, produced for Discovery, features the life saving care delivered to patients as they arrive close to death at the R Adams Cowlely Shock Trauma Center.
From the cadavers on day 1 of medical school, this six program mini-series follows six students as they are transformed into doctors. Produced for the Discovery Channel.
Love, Josh, a short documentary acquired by HBO and short listed as a finalist for Oscar® consideration, follows the life of a 15 year old boy after the sudden and unexpected death of his father.
BONG AND DONNELL
Documents the life of Bong and his best friend Donnell from 3rd grade to high graduation. Always in trouble, Bong self-proclaims, “I am the baddest thing on wheels,” referring to his power wheelchair. Acquired by HBO. National Emmy nomination.