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Harken Productions was founded in 1997. Its mission is to produce compelling films that challenge our assumptions about life and awaken our passion for truth. Harken Productions works with organizations to help them achieve their mission by producing short documentary style videos to help with their marketing, fund-raising, operational and training efforts.

Brain Science - This is one of five videos produced for the State of Rhode Island's new website for business information, Greaterri.com. This video focuses on the work being done in Brain Science technology at Brown University (Brain Gate), and NSGene, a start-up Bio-Technology company working on brain implants. This video was part of a recruitment campaign to attract students to the Graduate Pharmacy program.

The program continues to expand with its excellent faculty, world class researchers, and state of the art facilities.

read more › Many organizations are turning to video based strategies and internet distribution to efficiently tell their stories. We can help you bring those stories to your targeted audience through short, documentary style videos. Video is a cost effective method of driving traffic among social networking platforms and increasing the awareness of your organization. Working with the staff at URI's Feinstein Center for a Hunger Free America this video was created to help get the message out about how easy it is to sign up for the SNAP Program.

read more › The purpose of HARKEN! Youth Media / Workforce Training is to nurture critical thinking, creativity, and 21st Century skills while teaching documentary filmmaking. In 2002 in East Los Angeles, an environment where 50% of Latino students did not graduate from high school, Harken Productions saw the possibility of using Dramatic Improvisation and Documentary Filmmaking to empower these underserved, gang-affiliated and frustrated youth. We taught them to master their environment by learning storytelling, drama, and technical skills associated with camera work, interviewing, and editing.

read more › Beginning in 1989 and continuing to the present, Michelle Le Brun, President of Harken Productions, has been instructing K - 12 teachers across the nation in the integration of arts into the curriculum to enliven and deepen the reach of learning. We offer tailor made Arts Education Training programs to schools and school districts that provide teachers with valuable tools to reach the broad diversity of students in the classroom. Educational Drama and Process Theater use a wide variety of improvisational techniques grounded in the multiple intelligences, critical literacy and multicultural approaches.

read more › Death A Love Story is a timely documentary that looks into the gift that death offers when we are able to put our fears, confusions and denial aside and simply sit and listen to our loved ones as they pass. It confronts our fears of the greatest unknown and reveals the moment to moment grace possible in living a life. It is the intimate and colorful journey through the last year of the life of Mel Howard, Hollywood producer and actor, former Head of NYU's Graduate Film School, Founding Associate Director of The American Film Institute and Chairman of Boston University's School of Broadcasting and Film.

read more › Michelle Le Brun founded Harken Productions in 1997. Its mission is to produce compelling films that challenge our assumptions about life and awaken our passion for truth. The award winning documentary Death: A Love Story, marked Ms. Le Brun's debut as a filmmaker having directed, produced, written and photographed the film. It was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival and won the Insight Award for Best Documentary at the Santa Barbara Film Festival as well as the Award for Best Documentary at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, among others.

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