Mar 29In Project Updates
Our feature documentary on medical errors and patient harm, BREAKING THE WALL OF SILENCE, is wrapping up a successful month-long Kickstarter campaign. We have been honored and pleased by the support for this project from the broader healthcare community—including patients and patient advocates. Below is our pitch trailer, featuring co-directors Brad Allgood and Carolyn McCulley, followed by two Kickstarter update videos: one explains the Seven Pillars process for responding to patient harm and the second addresses the pressure residents can feel about patient harm as young physicians. If you’ve never heard a doctor speak candidly about medical errors, then you need to take a few minutes to watch these clips and learn about the risks of medical errors.
THE SEVEN PILLARS PROCESS
PHYSICIANS OF THE FUTURE
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Jan 17In Project Updates
The Citygate team is headed to Philadelphia February 24th to participate in The Justice Conference Film Festival. Citygate’s film, THE ROAD WE KNOW, is an official film festival selection and screens at 3:15. Suzanne Taylor Glover is the director, Carolyn McCulley is the co-producer, and Brad Allgood is the director of photography for this film. We are also pleased that Brad’s film with Fall Line Pictures and Nomading Films–MY VILLAGE, MY LOBSTER–is also screening there at 7:35 pm.
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Jan 02In Citygate Updates
At the start of 2013, Citygate is celebrating its fourth year in business … and we’re loving every minute of it! As a documentary film company, we are working on four independent feature documentary films and have produced dozens of short films and trailers for clients. Our first feature film, the HIV prevention film called THE ROAD WE KNOW, was released a year ago and our remaining films (A NOTE OF HOPE, MACH ONE MAC, and BREAKING THE WALL OF SILENCE) are in various stages of production.
Over the last four years, we’ve filmed in numerous nations: Uganda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Ghana, South Korea, Cuba, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, and Switzerland. One short film we did for a nonprofit client–the story of love and traumatic brain injury in the lives of Ian & Larissa Murphy–has been seen more than 1 million times online across various channels. We really enjoy taking the story-telling skills of independent documentaries and applying them to the stories our clients have about their mission and products.
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