This feature documentary follows director Daniel C. Doran as he rides his bicycle from Ithaca, New York to Los Angeles, California.
A Parisian adventure set entirely on moving stairs.
Directed by Daniel C. Doran and Jacob Beil
In the early 1800's in the town of Springfield, NY, there lived a man named Dr. David Little. His life story could be the weirdest, most interesting, and yet widely unknown story of our time.
Official Selection of the 2015 New Hope Film Festival
Available On-Demand on Vimeo (Click Here)
Directed/Shot by Daniel C. Doran, Produced by Vincent Krohn
Ticking Bomb is an interactive music video that shows a complex interwoven story of a few hours in Paris.
Ticking Bomb was a part of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.
In Stone is an experimental work filmed and edited by Daniel C. Doran. Exploring a non-fictional historical mystery of the early 1800s. In order to view the video and related material please visit the link below (it is a bit of a treasure hunt). This film eventually led to the production of Once in a Good Many Million Times.
Directed by Jacob Beil
A man must fix his old record player in order to keep the memory of his late wife alive.
Directed by Daniel C. Doran and Brad Rappa
Three days of live mural painting from some of the world's finest graffiti artists. Ithaca, New York became the center of the graffiti world for one windy weekend in April.
Directed/Shot by Daniel C. Doran
A story of the communities drawn to the water through the lens of a fishing boat in St. Petersburg, whitewater kayaking in the Adirondack Mountains, and circumnavigating Manhattan in sea kayaks.
Distribution by Ananda Media
The film that started it all!
Empire is a story following a year of paddling in New York State. It showcases some of the finest whitewater New York has to offer. There is more to New York than most people realize. This film shows a little niche of New York that most people overlook... whitewater. But, this movie doesn't just show the whitewater in New York, it tells a story of a group of people that spend their free time and sometimes their jobs on these rivers.
The story follows director Daniel Doran and his many friends as they explore and conquer some of New York's finest whitewater.
Director - Daniel C. Doran
Executive Producer - John Varga
Associate Producer- Brian Page
Official Selection of the New Hope Film Festival 2012
Winner of the New Hope Film Festival Artistic Spirit Award 2012
In addition to the United States, Empire has played in Portugal, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Vert, Korea, Brazil, and Asia. As well as, on Dish TV's Nautical Channel, Hulu, and the Playboy Network.