A MOST BEAUTIFUL THING is the Perfect Sports Movie for These Astounding Times…orangeQuoteGabe Zaldivar, Sports Illustrated.  Also featured on The TODAY Show and NBC Nightly News.

I AM JANE DOE upends the familiar narrative to become a gripping legal thriller… orangeQuote – Esquire Magazine.  Also featured on The Today Show.

Underwater Dreams is the most politically important film since Waiting for Superman… orangeQuoteJonathan Alter, The Daily Beast.  ALSO featured on THE COLBERT REPORT.

Obama should arrange for TEN9EIGHT to be shown in every classroom in America. It is the most inspirational, heartwarming film you will ever see… orangeQuoteTom Friedman, The New York Times

A HERO FOR DAISY is “a landmark film” orangeQuoteMartha Ackmann, The New York Times

APPLE PIE is “illuminating… told with deftness and emotion…” orangeQuoteRichard Sandomir, The New York Times

The best documentaries lull you into thinking they’re taking you for a nice float on a lazy stream — then abruptly suck you into a chasm of Class 5 rapids that have you holding on for dear life. That’s the kind of ride we get in director Mary Mazzio’s new film, A MOST BEAUTIFUL THING.” orangeQuoteBill Newcott, The Saturday Evening Post

“The real heroes are the Jane Does who are courageously pursuing this, and who motivate us. It’s not just happening in the Philippines. It’s happening here, in every strata.” orangeQuoteTad Friend, The New Yorker 


Narrated by Academy-award winner Common; executive-produced by NBA Stars Grant Hill and Dwyane Wade along with Grammy-award winning producer 9th Wonder; and directed by award-winning filmmaker (and Olympic rower) Mary Mazzio, this film chronicles the first African American high school rowing team in this country (made up of young men, many of whom were in rival gangs from the West Side of Chicago), all coming together to row in the same boat. An amazing story.  On Xfinity and NBC’s new streaming platform, Peacock, starting September 4, 2020.


I AM JANE DOE catalyzed bipartisan federal legislation in Congress, signed into law by the President. SEE the bill signing. In addition, the OECD, which invited Mary to speak about the issue of online harm, moved to amend its charter documentation to address the issues raised by the film. Originally on Netflix, the film is now on DVD, Vimeo, and iTunes.


SEE President Obama’s introductory remarks to Underwater Dreams. The film raised over $100 million dollars to fund STEM education for underserved youth in partnership with the White House. In addition, Oscar Vazquez, featured in Underwater Dreams, was invited to join Michelle Obama for the President’s State of the Union address.  Stephen Colbert interviewed Oscar and Mary on The Colbert Report about the film, which is now available on DVD, iTunes, and Vimeo.


SEE “This is the Place” which we created for Wellesley College.


SEE our short film for the Head of the Charles Regatta.