OUR DOCUMENTARY FEATURES
HAYMARKET: THE BOMB, THE ANARCHISTS, THE LABOR STRUGGLE.
The Chicago Haymarket Tragedy, where a bomb thrown into the ranks of Police was followed by an eruption of panic and violence resulting in a trial and execution of presumably innocent workers' rights activists, is examined in this feature documentary film. Expert historians and professors present the history of the bomb, the anarchist movement of the 19th century, and the labor struggle of working people fighting for a shorter work day during the industrial might of America's Gilded Age.
THE FOURTH PARTITION
At the Dawn of the 20th century, Chicago was the second largest city in the United States with over 2,000,000 residents. It was also the center of Polish culture and political activism in America. With Poland partitioned between Russia, Austria and Germany, over 4,000,000 Poles immigrated to the United States between 1870 and 1920 in search of a better life. In Chicago, they worked in some of the most dangerous factories and mills in the United States. In their neighborhoods, they built communities, churches, and most of all, aided their beloved Poland in her fight for independence. Their story is known as the "Fourth Partition".
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A NIGHT ON MILWAUKEE AVE.
Krzysztof Krawczyk, Stan Borys, and other famous Polish artists tell the story of their time performing in Chicago's famous polish night clubs on Milwaukee Ave. during the later years of communism. Featuring many previously unreleased photographs and films, this documentary takes you on a journey back to the times when the night was young, and the music never stopped.
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We are currently developing new projects and film ideas for the next feature film. We welcome the opportunity to work with others in order to create compelling films and stories. For each project we work with donors, sponsors and volunteers to bring unique stories that otherwise would not see the light of day. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering, sponsoring or donating to one of our films. We do not publicly disclose our future films to the general public.