Growing up in a remote Nepalese mountain village, Tope Malla lost his father, sister, mother and use of his legs all before the age of 11. Desperate for answers Daju, his older brother carried him on his back for seven days through Himalayan Mountains to the closest doctor. An epic true story of loss, survival and recovery propelled by an unbreakable brotherly bond against the backdrop of Nepals Himalayan mountains.
The powerful true story of a young Nepali girl who lost both her parents at age 6, created in partnership with the charity BlinkNow, to celebrate their Ten Year Anniversary.
Directed by: Jeremy Power Regimbal
Produced by: MPWR
Cinematography by: Robert Mentov & Jeremy Power Regimbal
Composed by: Greg Bevis
Sound Design By: Beacon Street Studios
Color by: Jason Wallis @ Electric Theatre Collective
Edited by: Jeremy Power Regimbal & Piett Seuss
a MPWR Original. An Inspiring documentary & love story following Maggie Doyne; CNN Hero of The Year, and "mother" to 50 Nepali Children, as she navigates her most personal tragedy, the loss of her youngest son.
We are looking to hire a Production Coordinator / Executive Assistant.
Position Length: 3 Month with potential of Full time extension.
Location: Must be in Los Angeles, CA
Join our team as a production intern and put your creative & logistical skills to work as you work in multiple areas of the production process. You will exercise your multitasking abilities as you assist in developing ideas, filming pieces and editing takes by performing any task required, whether it is conducting research, scheduling and posting to social media platforms or running errands. You will have the opportunity to build relationships in the industry to strengthen your chances of finding employment upon graduation while also having an amazing experience as part of our production staff. Employ your organizational skills as you coordinate different aspects of the production to ensure that all aspects remain on time.
- Assist production staff in developing relevant stories for television, film, online streaming and other platforms.
- Research topics using a variety of sources, including video archives, the internet, library archives and others as needed.
- Communicate with writers, directors, managers and other members of staff to ensure a smooth running of the project.
- Support staff by answering phones, taking detailed notes during meetings, inputting data into the computer and performing other tasks as required.
- Run errands such as purchasing supplies, props, equipment, food and other necessary items for the project.
- Produce and schedule content that adhere to company guidelines and standards to share on online channels, including social media and YouTube.
- Provide assistance as needed in all components of the production.
- Perform other duties as requested by staff to ensure all necessary tasks are performed in a proficient manner that adheres to the quality expected from the company.
Preferred Skills & Qualifications:
- Proficient in Social Media Management
- Excellent verbal and communication skills
- Working knowledge of social media channels
- Strong organizational skills
- Experience writing & in development a plus!
First of fifty in a documentary series which give you a glimpse inside of all of Maggie Doyne's fifty children in Nepal.
Part of an ongoing series that demonstrates Saucony's unique place in the athletic apparel brand landscape. Focusing its lens on chef Eduardo Garcia, whose personal story of exploration, dedication, and recovery from the sudden accidental loss of his arm truly lives up to the #FindYourStrong motto accompanying the campaign.
Maggie Doyne's 50 Children and filmmaker Jeremy Power Regimbal made a secret happy birthday video to surprise her on her 30th birthday.
MPWR founders Jeremy Power Regimbal & Maggie Doyne discussing their new film "Love Letters for My Children" and their Kickstarter Campaign.