The Latest

Horizons created a 10 part series on the Bill of Rights for distribution to high school classrooms across the nation by The Bill of Rights Institute.
 

Horizons completed work with the granddaughter of Winston Churchill, Celia Sandys, and the Churchill Museum in London, to create a brief documentary based on Ms. Sandys' book, Chasing Churchill.
 

 

Horizons paid homage to Everyday Heroes with inspiring 60 second vignettes on a network TV affiliate, WJLA-TV, in Washington, D.C.
 

Horizons has received three new awards: Two Technical Achievement Awards and a Videographer Award. The winners:
 

  • Washington in New York: From Disaster to Triumph -- about George Washington's experience in New York

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  • Silent Storm -- a moving study of drug abuse among people with disabilities; and

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  • Special Olympics International -- A video anthology which is being distributed worldwide.
 

In recent times, Horizons has continued to add to its extraordinarily diverse portfolio of broadcast-quality productions. Among other projects, we:
 

  • created the documentary, Explorations: Mapping the New World, in conjunction with Colonial Williamsburg, which sponsored its premiere showing at the prestigious New York Historical Society;

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  • produced the defining video presentation for Washington's remarkable Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center;

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  • put together an organizational video for America's only national park for the performing arts;

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  • completed TV spots about clinical depression for the nation's largest mental health organization;

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  • created a video instruction manual for employees of New York's leading eye and ear hospital;

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  • produced an award video for one of the nation's most decorated Parks Departments in Maryland;

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  • provided multi-camera coverage of one of the DC area's hottest fashion shows, where Geoffrey Beene was honored as Designer of the Year;

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  • created videos honoring the nation's top public risk managers, those unheralded public servants who both improve public safety and produce savings for the taxpayers;

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  • assembled a promotional video for Saffire: The Uppity Blues Women, a most unlikely trio of remarkably talented blues musicians disguised as ordinary women;

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  • finished creation of the 16 part video series, The History Game, produced in conjunction with Children's Television International for use in the classroom;

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  • produced an instructional video on how to recover from throat cancer;

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  • documented and transmitted to the nation via satellite groundbreaking ceremonies for the last Smithsonian Institution museum on the national mall, The National Museum of the American Indian;

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  • created a video on how to safeguard homes for babies, infants and toddlers;

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  • produced a motivational video for one of the nation's oldest schools for the blind;

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  • had its documentary, Jesus: Who Do Men Say I Am, broadcast on two continents; and

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  • continued to see lively sales of our five part series, Stumbling Blocks to Faith.