We are saddened by the loss of John Lewis this past week, a true American hero. In 2014, Springhouse Films travelled to Washington, D.C. and Atlanta to film former President Jimmy Carter, Representative John Lewis and others for a short documentary film. This is a cutdown of our interview with […]Read More
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Care Without Judgement is a video series by Wolters Kluwer that explores the stories of three extraordinary nurses bound by a commitment to help patients. The stories of Casey, Stuart, and Meggin showcase the balance between the art versus science of nursing. Through a longtime partnership with Wolters Kluwer, Springhouse […]Read More
Earlier this summer, Springhouse produced a spot highlighting TE Connectivity’s internship program, as part of the company’s effort to increase brand reach to top university talent. The 60-second spot features on-camera interviews with nine of the company’s interns, as well as some behind-the-scenes b-roll shot with a second camera. The spot […]Read More
Another exciting year of filming on campus at the University of Delaware! Through our continued partnership with Civic Entertainment Group, Springhouse Films had the pleasure of producing two films for UD’s spring commencement ceremony (our fourth year in a row!). Springhouse spent eight days filming on campus in Newark, Delaware. […]Read More
Springhouse Films travelled to Washington, D.C. and Atlanta to film Jimmy Cater, Representative John Lewis and others for a short documentary film commissioned by the American Baptist Churches USA. The film, entitled “Inspired by the Spirit” reflects the momentum generated within the ABCUSA organization and inspires viewers through the personal […]Read More
Springhouse Films, led by editor Erik Freeland recently completed the post-production for Opening Our Eyes, a richly cinematic documentary chronicling the around-the-world trip of mother-daughter filmmakers Gail Mooney and Erin Kelly. Opening Our Eyes is about the power of the individual to make the world a better place. The director’s intent […]Read More