Filmmaking that captures the essence of lives and narratives with sincerity and creativity. We don’t tell our story; we tell yours.
Three women confront the challenges of readjusting to civilian life after their deployments.
Marine pocket watch, circa 1772, Newport Historical Society collection
The story of a silver sword given by the Marquis de Lafayette to a Revolutionary War officer and prominent Newport resident.
Produced for the Newport Historical Society, this video is part of a series focusing on the 1765 Stamp Act Protest Reenactment held on August 23, 2014.
The remarkable life story of a R.I. fisherman who grew up on Aquidneck Island.
Award-winning documentary follows three Baby Boomers struggling to recover from the devastating impact of losing their jobs during the Great Recession.
One hundred video interviews with Americans over the age of 50 who lost their jobs during the Great Recession, as well as expert interviews on unemployment.
This video focuses on Thruue – how and why the consultancy makes a difference for its clients.
Meals on Wheels testifies how Thruue, a consultancy, helped the nonprofit successfully redefine their mission, values and strategies for the future.
Tree of Life produced this video for the City Bar Justice Center’s 2014 gala when the nonprofit featured its refugee assistance project.
Tree of Life produced this video for the City Bar Justice Center’s 2013 gala when the nonprofit celebrated the five-year anniversary of its Veteran Assistance Project.
Tree of Life Productions produced this Back to Work 50+ training video for AARP Foundation about its national call center located in Atlanta, Ga.