January 8, 2014

What a year it's been!

TEM wishes you well in 2014!

We would especially like to thank our partners, clients, friends, 
and viewers for your continued support.

2013 was an exciting year and 2014 is off to a running start!



Bring It to The Table re-launched its website 
and the project received a grant from The Fledgling Fund.

 Our experimental short TOMORROW
re-imagining the day before JFK's assassination,
premiered at Symphony Space in NYC.

We collaborated with the Global Post for the documentary series

Our short film Photo Journal Isms received an award from POYi
and screened at both DOC NYC and Montclair Film Festival.

For the fifth consecutive year, TEM produced multimedia

For the fourth consecutive year, TEM produced multimedia



The European Azerbaijan Society commissioned us
to produce a video highlighting the plight of 
Azerbaijan's refugees and internally displaced people.

The International Medical Corps is partnering with us
to produce a video examining the impact 
of the Syrian conflict on child refugees.

 TEM is producing a video for the Open Society Foundations
about police in Kenya and Kyrgystan who are helping
to prevent the spread of HIV-AIDS.

TEM is working with the International Rescue Committee
to produce a video about women in the Congo 
with stills and video by photojournalist Lynsey Addario. 

 We will be producing videos for the interactive website Mpala Live!, 
which will capture animals at the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya.


Stay tuned for more to come in 2014!