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Seeking Editors at Fly on the Wall

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We’re pleased to announce that we’re seeking editors to join our expanding team, for ongoing projects this fall (and beyond!) We’re looking specifically for people experienced with Adobe Premiere, the ability to multi-task, and the skills to work on tight deadlines with fast turnaround. Anyone interested should please send a cover letter, resume, and reel to Superfly@flywall.com with the subject…

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter at Mount Sinai

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Melinda Constantine, a 33 year old nurse, gave birth to her first child. She had a relatively easy pregnancy with no complications, and no signs of anything wrong. However, immediately following the birth of her son she was diagnosed with peripartum cardiomyopathy—a rare type of heart failure that can happen during pregnancy or right after delivery. To save her life,…

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#TBT to the #CPC

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This #ThrowbackThursday, we’re throwing back to a project about an iconic place that’s been part of NYC since 1857… Any guesses? Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, and also one of the most filmed locations in the world. Adding to both of those statistics now is the team at Fly on the Wall! Last…

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Fly on the Road: Uganda

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Fly on the Wall was back on the road, this time 7,000 miles away in Uganda, Africa. We’re thrilled to be working with Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine to produce a video profile about Touro alum Estie Roth. Estie believes that everyone on Earth deserves baseline healthcare and nutrition, and has travelled around the world to turn her views and passions…

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Work with us!

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We’re seeking a Writer / Producer at Fly on the Wall Productions. Do you have a producer’s mindset with a filmmaker’s heart? Are you an artistic soul with a client service mentality? Are you a creative genius who is disciplined and focused? If the answers to these questions are yes, read on… We are Fly on the Wall Productions—a full…

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Summer in the City

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Amidst warmer weather and longer days, we’re excited to celebrate the official start to Summer here in NYC.  We’re also thrilled to be kicking off the season by working on two new projects created by and for this city we call home. Last month, we collaborated with Starfish Integrated Brand Experiences and the NYC Department of Homeless Services, to create a…

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The Year in Review

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  Happy and Healthy New Year to You! As we ring in 2017 with a roster of exciting projects (and celebrate our TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY!), we also take a moment to reflect on what we accomplished in 2016. We met dreamers and discoverers, students and mentors, advocates and leaders. We learned anew what it truly means to have courage, hope, and…

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Fly on the Road: Field Notes from India

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This summer has taken us all across the globe—most recently to Goa, India, where we traveled on behalf of the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation to interview Dr. Vikram Patel, a recipient of the Pardes Humanitarian Prize in Mental Health. Patel is the founder of Sangath, an NGO that trains local people and community health workers to deliver mental healthcare…

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VIDEO: Behind the Scenes of JFNA’s Annual Campaign Video

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We recently produced a new campaign video for the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), one of the world’s 10 largest charities. The umbrella group includes 151 Jewish federations and 300 independent Jewish organization that provide important services related to caregiving, aging, philanthropy, disability, foreign policy, homeland security, and healthcare. To make the video, we worked in some fascinating production…

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Fly on the Road: Field Notes from Chattanooga, Tenn.

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Recently, we filmed a group of children who were enthusiastically putting a Confucian philosophy into action at the Philanthropy Camp in Chattanooga, Tenn: “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” This innovative week-long program gives children as young as six years old the opportunity to actively connect with others in their community…

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