A trailer highlighting an extraordinary medical residency program.
Co-Directed by Lindsay Gauthier and Heath Orchard
A triathlete struggling with a life changing physical injury and the surgery that brought her back to the race.
Directed by Lindsay Gauthier
Two filmmakers and two choreographers paired up and forced together to conceive, create, and deliver a short dance film in just one week. Part of Dance Film SF’s Co-Laboratory program run by Rapt Production’s Lindsay Gauthier.
A feature length documentary following a cohort of audience members as they engage in an extraordinary residency with the renown Takacs Quartet at Cal Performances. Go behind the scenes to experience what it is like to research, rehearse, and perform the entire cycle of the Beethoven String Quartets.
The artistic team includes: Director, Producer, Editor: Lindsay Gauthier, Co-Director and Director of Artistic Literacy at Cal Performances: Sabrina Klein, and Cinematographer: Heath Orchard.
Rapt does all of the video marketing materials for DZINE in San Francisco, from covering their gallery openings and artists, to capturing their real estate staging and custom kitchen and bathroom installations.
After a spectacular night of dinner, drinks, and illusions audience members express their excitement about the incredible experience.
Stage Left is a brisk and brow-raising documentary film in celebration of a unique theater community. Inspired by a Western history of risk taking and exploration, a climate of political and social activism, a particular multicultural mix, and a geography that is seismically unstable, San Francisco theater artists have focused on pushing the boundaries of the form.
Directed by Austin Forbord
Artists In Exile: A story of Modern Dance in San Francisco chronicles over forty years of dancemaking in the San Francisco Bay Area. The film begins with dance revolutionary Anna Halprin and highlights seminal Bay Area choreographers including Mangrove, Tumbleweed, ODC/San Francisco, Margaret Jenkins, Dance Brigade, Joe Goode and Contraband. The films addresses the special nature of the Bay Area's social, political and environmental climate; the marginalization of Bay Area artists due to the New York dance establishment and the unique and vital dance community that continues to grow.
Directed by Austin Forbord
Enriching the community across generations, Holy Family Day Home provides resources, education, safety and stability to those in need.
A non profit arts and education program brings art, education, history, and community to a local neighborhood.
In 2016 and 2017 we filmed two seasons of MTV’s first Youtube series titled Braless.
Written and Hosted by Laci Green