Wow, we have been busy since our last news update! We will be sure to add a few extra posts to catch everyone up! We are currently at work on 6 documentaries, in addition to some very exciting short form projects. Here are some quick highlights:
We have partnered with long-time friend and colleague, Daniel Junge, to produce a short doc for HBO currently entitled Saving Face. This documentary follows a London-based plastic surgeon as he travels to his home country of Pakistan to work with survivors of acid attacks. The film is Produced by Davis Coombe, Daniel Junge, Alison Greenberg, Sabiha Sumar, and Directed by Daniel Junge and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.
We are deep in production with Producer/Director Amie Knox’s documentary about artist Clyfford Still, and the new Clyfford Still Museum currently being built in Denver. To view a teaser, please visit www.clyffordstillmuseum.org and click on Clyfford Still: A Life in Paintings.
Post is wrapping up on Chasing Ice, a feature-length documentary Produced by Paula DuPré Pesmen and Directed by Jeff Orlowski. This film is very powerful and absolutely stunning! The film follows photographer, James Balog and the Extreme Ice Survey’s documentation of retreating glaciers. We will be posting information about where/when you can see it soon. Visit http://chasingice.com/ for a trailer and details.
Stop by the Denver Art Museum, and visit the newly opened American Indian Galleries. Their collection is spectacular and extensive, with tens of thousands of artifacts. Milkhaus is proud to have created three video installations for the gallery: an interactive presentation about artist Mateo Romero, “Meet the Artists” display of artist inspirations, and “What is Native American Art?”.