Documentary for the Global Environment Facility about ridding the planet of toxic chemicals Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are a group of chemicals that cause cancers, birth defects, learning disabilities and other health problems in humans and wildlife. The GEF funds projects in developing countries to assist them in phasing out and eliminating these hazardous chemicals. [...]
Documentary for Discovery Networks and UNDP about access to energy Flip a switch, plug in a cord, push a button…the power of electricity is a given in the modern world, but for 1.3 billion of the Earth’s people, energy production infrastructure is not available for heating, cooking or even lighting one’s way. Yet, in some [...]
“Wild Texas Weather” is shown daily at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. Although presented on our website as a single video file, each of the boxed images is its own High Definition video that is projected on a screen inside the theater. Wild Texas Weather is just one of several films that the [...]
Filmed on location in Mexico City by Arrowhead Films and produced and edited by United Nations Television in New York, this short documentary follows the story of two young women who are struggling to find a stable life amid the chaos of Mexico City’s inner city. They find hope thru a UN program that keeps [...]
Thirty years after his death in combat, American Marine Donald Matocha returned from Vietnam. This Arrowhead Films production for the Discovery Military Channel follows the missing Marine’s sisters and comrades back to the battlefield to learn what happened, and to meet the former enemy who brought their brother home.
The magnificent desert elephants of Mali are disappearing in alarming numbers, but the Global Environmental Facility is funding projects that help local residents protect the endangered species. Join Arrowhead Films in a rare up-close view of this effort to save the largest terrestrial animals on our planet.
Whether you live here or not, you can experience the drama of Texas weather – including some surprising special effects – at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in this documentary Arrowhead Films produced for the Texas Spirit Theatre. It’s a hit with museum visitors of all ages and temperatures!
Three decades after the Vietnam War, Arrowhead Films restored a war-battered UH-1 “Huey” helicopter and flew it across America to learn about the war in the words of those who lived it. This award-winning documentary film has been called the most healing thing to happen for a generation of American warriors.