Recovering Addiction is Part II of a Public Health trilogy of social action documentaries produced by Digital Eyes Film. This character-driven film challenges inherent cultural ideology relating to drug use, addiction, and drug policy in America, and offers a hopeful, social solution to one of the nation’s most pressing and deadly public health issues. From the streets of New York City to the Rust Belt and the Ozarks, Recovering Addiction is a rescue mission to restore humanity and a harm reduction approach to America’s modern public health landscape. Produced and distributed exclusively by Digital Eyes Film.
Healing Voices is Part I of a Public Health trilogy of social action documentaries produced by Digital Eyes Film. This character-driven film explores the experience commonly labeled as “psychosis” through the real-life stories of individuals working to overcome these extreme mental states, and integrate the experiences into their lives in meaningful ways. The movie premiered at the Boston International Film Festival in 2016 and has screened in countless communities around the world via an aggressive, grass roots release plan developed and executed exclusively by Digital Eyes Film.
Life Ain’t Fair is a documentary produced by Digital Eyes Film which combines the history of America’s oldest continuing county fair, with a vivid portrait of contemporary agricultural life in the Pioneer Valley (MA). Produced exclusively via support from the local businesses community, the movie premiered theatrically in conjunction with the 3 County Fair’s 200th anniversary, commemorating one of New England’s most historic and colorful annual traditions.
Spaceman is a scripted feature co-produced by Digital Eyes Film, which tells the story of former pro baseball player and counter culture icon Bill “Spaceman” Lee (Josh Duhamel, Transformers). The film was released theatrically in the United States via MGM/Orion on August 19, 2016. Written and Directed by Brett Rapkin of Podium Pictures, the movie was an Official Selection of the San Diego International Film Festival, and acquired by Amazon Prime.
Reel Hardball is a series of documentaries Executive Produced by Digital Eyes Film that were among the first independent films to broadcast on the newly-minted Major League Baseball Network (MLBN) in 2011. Each film in the series – Spaceman: A Baseball Odyssey, Holy Land Hardball, and Cobb Field – broadcast in Prime Time on MLBN, presented by Golden Corral Restaurants.
Eye on the Dream is 10-part documentary series produced by Digital Eyes Film about amateur baseball in the prestigious New England Collegiate Baseball League, which chronicles young men chasing their dream of playing professional baseball. The series broadcast nationally in the United States on Comcast Sports Network, and was presented by Verizon. It was an Official Selection of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festival.
Fight Town is a historical documentary produced by Digital Eyes Film which chronicles the development of Holyoke, Massachusetts – America’s first master-planned industrial city – by way of its sandlot diamonds, wooden gymnasiums and smoke-filled fight clubs. The film was originally released in 2005 and re-edited for broadcast on WGBY-PBS in 2011, sponsored by O’Connell Oil Associates. This was Digital Eyes Film’s first production, produced in partnership with the City of Holyoke and support from the local business community.