A sampler of recent films, excluding those (primarily Advocacy Films) containing confidential information.  For more about these products, please contact us.  

Someone Like Me Can Do This

Created from eighteen unscripted conversations with members of the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association, this narrative film was presented at the Minnesota History Center on October 18, 2016, as part of a program with Latino students conducted by United States Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor. 


You Missed A Great Seminar

The first in a series of digest films made from a one-hour seminar. Filmed in September 2015, the first installment was published on Law360.com within a week.


Better Than A Gold Watch

A tribute to the career of Judge Michael J. Davis, made from 42 interviews by John Connelly plus an array of other visual assets. It premiered in June 2015 to an audience of several hundred at an annual bar association event.


Hypo Activity

An improvement on the typical paper handout of a hypothetical for seminar discussion. Presented at a breakout session during the annual meeting of the National Association of Women Lawyers, General Counsel Institute.


Lawyers Captured At Their Best, Then Made Better

Lawyer-to-lawyer interviews by John Connelly, edited and visually-enhanced to create unique short pieces fit for website bio pages, meet-the-team sections of client presentations, or almost any other use.


Overnight Delivery

Recipient of a 2013 Your Honor Award from the Legal Marketing Association, this detailed, multi-disciplinary analysis of the Supreme Court's 2012 "Obamacare" opinion was filmed on decision day, assembled and edited overnight, and published the next day.  


How Not To

Short, creative counterexamples used to punctuate a national seminar for younger lawyers on trial practice skills.


Group Dynamic

Crafted from a baseline of unscripted lawyer-to-lawyer interviews, this profile of a smaller practice group within a larger firm has been used by the group, and the individual lawyers, for multiple marketing purposes.


A Bill Becomes A Law: Then What?

One of two companion pieces made for an alliance of stakeholders in the pharmaceutical distribution system, this short film explained recent federal legislation and rallied support for the implement work directly ahead.


These Are Our Clients

An 18-minute film -- shown in 2011 at a Washington D.C. administrative meeting and throughout the Gulf region thereafter -- explaining the background and history common to many among the commercial fishers petitioning the Gulf Coast Claims Facility for relief from the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.


A Movie A Day

Combined highlights from four separate films that were made in late 2012 and shown in January 2013 as part of a celebration of diversity and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday at the Faegre Baker Daniels law firm.

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