Sprout Films

Sprout Films

Missoula (MT), 59801, United States

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Sprout Films sprung up from a desire to help organizations, individuals, & companies creatively communicate through visual storytelling. Sprout Films produces innovative media projects that enrich perspectives, share visions, and cultivate change.

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Check out our portfolio:
http://vimeopro.com/sproutfilmsmt/sprout-films

Current Projects:

Young Voice Ancient Song - a 60 minute documentary film in progress (currently in post-production)
In the year 2000, American musician Jeffrey Werbock visited refugee camps in Azerbaijan- a country that lies at the crossroads between the East and West. Despite 70 years of Russian occupation, a fight for independence, and an ongoing war with Armenia, Azerbaijani culture was thriving in the refugee camps .Jeffrey was astonished to discover that the refugee children had an incredible ability to sing and play the intricate nuanced music that he had spent his life trying to master - Azerbaijani Mugham. “Young Voices Ancient Song”, travels with Jeffrey as he searches for the children eight years later. and in the process explores deep connection Azerbaijani people have with their ancient culture. This visually striking and musically filled documentary follows Jeffrey on his quest and explores the power of music, the captivating talent of the children of Azerbaijan, and the deep connection Azerbaijani people have with their ancient music, Mugham.

An Accidental Hero- The Stephan Challenge – a 60-min documentary film in progress (currently in production)
On April 15th 2012, Mark Stephan pedaled away from the San Diego coastline. His destination? St. Augustine, Florida. The Distance? 3,129 miles. A challenging endeavor for most, a seemingly impossible one for a man who was told he would never walk again.

“An Accidental Hero” follows Mark and his team on an epic adventure known as the Stephan Challenge, a coast-to-coast bicycle ride to raise money for the Institute that got Mark back on his feet. From blue bird days to tropical storms, through the flow of visiting riders and the changing American landscape, this 50-min documentary explores a complex and awe-inspiring story about how one man navigates disability and the common ground that unites us all- a belief in the power of th

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