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Moose Productions
Moose Productions


Moose Productions was founded in February 2004 by Daphna Jaglom, Graham Meriwether and Matt Rivera. They spent the previous two years teaching at the digital filmmaking school DV Dojo, Inc., where more in-depth storytelling, intimate style of filmmaking and faster-paced editing was used. Taking advantage of new, low-cost technologies, a refined understanding of storytelling and an unyielding commitment to quality, Moose Productions is a collective of professional video-journalists, television producers and documentary filmmakers who believe in creating great content. The Moose Productions team bring individual skills, talent, variety and energy to each project.

In 2003, Graham found out about the White House Hotel, located just two blocks north from what used to be the DV Dojo. The idea developed into a series of pre-production discussions. A year later, after getting all the necessary approvals, the cameras were rolling.

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