"FACES IN THE WATER" This 22 minute film was created for the
Teaching Tolerance Museum at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery,
Alabama. It runs continuously in the museum’s main theater. It documents the
struggle for civil rights in America by bringing to life the stories of some of
the people and events etched in the stone of the civil rights memorial. This
20-minute presentation was created by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Todd
Gipstein and Silver Linings.
"DRIVEN TO INSPIRATION." Created for the Lyman Allyn Art Museum, this show seeks support of the Yellow Bus Program, which buses kids to the museum to expose them to art. The show is the story of one visitor whose journey through the museum proves inspirational.
"METAMORPHOSIS" This 9 minute show was created for the
Fantadia Multi-Media Festival in Asolo, Italy in 2005. The show sets the
nature photography of Todd Gipstein to Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. It is a
poetic exploration of the forms and feeling of nature.
"BEYOND THE MOMENT" This show began the celebration of the National Press Photographers Association's 50th Anniversary. The event recognized the greatest photographs and photojournalists of the past fifty years. The show set the mood for the evening and highlighted some iconic news photographs. 4.5 Minutes.
"UNSINKABLE" Orientation show for the Wonders International Cultural Exhibit in Memphis, Tennessee. This show introduced visitors to the story of the Titanic and provided a context for viewing the objects salvaged from the debris field around the wreck on the sea floor. 8.5 Minutes.