Pittsure has just completed three films showcasing the history of women’s basketball; honoring the past, celebrating the present, and promoting the future. The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame is the only facility of it’s kind dedicated to all levels of women’s basketball. www.wbhof.com
Production is underway for a short film about the Church of the Wild (DC-MD-VA). Church of the Wild is a gathering in nature to honor the indwelling of the Divine with the Earth and all its beings, remembering our interconnection and interdependence through multi-traditional spiritual practices, music and solo wanderings. www.centerforspiritualityinnature.org
Sarah Park and Jane Pittman have produced The Makeover”, a distinctly traditional love story set in a decidedly non-traditional milieu of shifting gender. For more information, please visit, www.themakeovermovie.com
Mindfulness strategies for social service and workforce staff. Mathematica Policy Research has been at the forefront of assessing the effectiveness of policies and programs to improve public well-being.
The Girl Who Could Change The World, written by Loree Gold. Music video edited by Jane Pittman, using performance footage and video shot at the 2017 Women’s March on Washington.
OAR (Offender Aid and Restoration) the leading provider of offender services in northern Virginia. OAR is dedicated to strengthening community through second chances.
Pickleball is fast becoming the most popular sport in America. The Mid-Atlantic Open Pickleball Tournament showcases some of the best pickle ball in the mid-Atlantic region. Pittsure was there to document the action!
CIS (Communities in Schools) works within public school systems, establishing relationships with Superintendents, Principals, Educators and Community Partners to address both individual students as well as school-wide needs.
In Your Hands reveals how the safety and success of the society we live in is invariably linked to the well being of every one of its citizens. If they fail, we all pay, in human cost as much as in hard dollars and cents. View Film >
Based on an exhibit by Donna Tauscher by the same name, this spoken word piece shows how the artist saw the passing of time at one point in her life.
JANE PITTMAN is an award winning director, cinematographer and editor based in Washington DC. Her extensive repertoire of short films, feature documentaries and educational/training videos, has appeared on PBS and film festivals throughout the world. (Coming Back To The Hoop, This is How Time Passes, Prophets Rising, In Your Hands, The Makeover). Coming Back To The Hoop is in distribution with Random Media and was selected for the inaugural Bentonville Film Festival in 2015. Jane’s films are also distributed nationally by Films Media Group, a distributor of social interest educational programming. With a master’s degree in music, Jane’s work follows a distinct rhythm, lending her films a unique artistic touch.