Gladeyes Films is a production company specializing in interactive media, documentary and animation. Founded by Academy Award winner Peggy Stern, Gladeyes focuses on themes that explore how personal stories reflect larger political, social and cultural issues.
Our next film: QUALITY OF LIFE
QUALITY OF LIFE: PALLIATIVE CARE AND THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE will raise urgent questions about American health care. How can our medical system respond to an aging population in which millions of people are living longer with serious illnesses? Can we find a balance between curing illness and providing maximum quality of life?
Through intimate scenes of the lives of patients, families and medical providers, interwoven with hand-drawn animation and big picture interviews, this new documentary will bring to light the practice of palliative care while addressing broader issues not only about health care, but about the world in which we want to live.
See Peggy Stern’s new article about the film!
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Dyslexia-ville Kickstarter Campaign a Success!
253 Backers raise $75,500
We did it – and sincere thanks to everyone who helped this campaign succeed. Together we are making Dyslexia-ville a reality. Keep track of what's happening now on our Facebook page.
If you missed our Kickstarter campaign, it’s not too late to add your support. We are still accepting donations through our fiscal sponsor, Women Make Movies. It’s this easy to make a tax-deductible donation:
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Enter your pledge amount in the donation box and follow instructions for credit card payment.
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Women Make Movies Attn: Fiscal Sponsorships
462 Broadway, Suite 500WS (at Grand Street)
New York, NY 10013
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Standing Tall available on DVD
24 minutes, close-captioned
Standing Tall documents a group of Manhattan elementary school students who witnessed the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center from their classroom window. Working with a drama therapist and youth theater professionals, the children embark on a series of theater workshops to express their feelings and experiences in the form of role play and performance.
This film is essential for parents, teachers, school psychologists, social workers, arts therapists, and others who work with children, as it underscores the important role that story-making and dramatic performance can play in helping children cope with traumatic experiences.
Companion film to the book Theatre for Change: Education, Social Action and Therapy, by Robert Landy and David T. Montgomery, available at Amazon.com.