Independent Films

In addition to creating our own independent films, Interchange Productions offers a variety of services to suit your needs. Whether you need a DP, editor, or producer, we're here for you.

Radical Grace

Radical Grace is a documentary in progress that interweaves the stories of three nuns who are so passionate about social justice that they’ll risk their place in the church they love – in order to be true to their faith. From the halls of Congress to Saint Peter’s Square, we follow the sisters as they shake up the Catholic Church and American politics. This film is both an exploration of the American Catholic Church at a critical turning point and an intimate portrait of the transformative power of personal conviction. Visit Official Film Website.

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Crossin’ Boundaries

Filmmakers Rebecca Parrish & Brooke Bassin explore race, class, gender, and power in a small Mississippi Delta town through the lens of the 2008 presidential primaries. In this intimate portrait of a political process that can often seem distant and abstract, the filmmakers meet people where they’re at: on the street, at work, in their living rooms, at church, and even golfing at the country club.

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TV Serrana

When the Cuban filmmakers of TV Serrana toured ther work throughout the United States, they needed engaging trailers to bring in audiences. Americas Media Initiative hired Interchange Productions to get the job done, creating compelling videos from existing footage.

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Living Juarez

In Living Juarez, director Alex Halkin tells the story of the real victims in Calderón’s Drug War: regular people just trying to survive in a city over run by senseless violence and corruption. The neighborhood of Villas de Salvárcar is organized and speaking out against the arbitrary and frequent abuses that are committed by the armed forces against civilians and particularly the youth in Cd. Juárez. Living Juarez is currently a work in progress in-progress and for this reason the scenes are password protected.

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Cooked

Judith Helfand‘s documentary, Cooked, explores the racial and environmental implications of the 1995 Chicago heat wave. Rebecca worked on Cooked as an Associate Editor creating scenes that act as building blocks for the final piece and as shorts to show potential funders. In this scene, A Parents’ Guide to Englewood, parents Colean and Jeremiah show us the impact of vacant lots and abandoned buildings on their children. Cooked is currently a work in progress in-process and for this reason the scenes are password protected.

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