Documentary about a family celebrating Mother’s Day and a sibling birthday by taking a trip to a local zoo. —IMDb
Douglas Reese is a no-budget, non-profit viral filmmaker from Cincinnati, Ohio best known for sharing his personal film work on websites such as Youtube and Vimeo. He has noted that he doesn’t make films for the sake of fame or attention and is not interested in money, but just using digital video as a way to capture his feelings and ideas so that he can express and share with those willing to view them. He’s mainly known for his guerilla-style of filming and using close family and friends for cast and crew and their personal homes for locations.
Outside of the many short films he has directed, Reese has made both feature narratives and documentaries. His first film, the documentary “Home Videos”, was released late 2008 on Youtube – a nearly three-hour montage of home video footage that Reese used to tell the cause-and-effect reaction his family took following the death of their patriarch. That same month, Reese released his second feature documentary called “Family Bonding”… read more