Documentary Productions

Glass and Liberty

This award winning short composition details the fragility of glass and liberty in the context of September 11, 2001.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Abramson Center for Jewish Life

By combining stirring music with impactful imagery and scripting, this production shares the challenges and triumphs of aging residents in our society, as well as the vital importance of the Abramson Center for Jewish Life.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

ATS Salutes the Rosen Family

This film shows the contribution of the Rosen family to the Technion in Israel.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Heroes of Liberty: Stephen and Sandy Sheller

This is one of several tribute gala productions Mitlas Productions has been contracted to produce for the National Liberty Museum.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Produced by Sally Mitlas. Edited by Alex Trivane.

AIM Academy

This film highlights how AIM Academy of Conshohocken, PA, combines innovative teaching with fearless learning in every day experiences to create a supportive and loving environment for education.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Support Center for Child Advocates

This was produced using the Cook Wissahickon Elementary School as a backdrop for a moving production combining music and meaningful direction in a young person’s life.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Richard J. Caron Award of Excellence

Bill Hankowsky is honored in this moving tribute to his great contributions to the city of Philadelphia, as well as the Caron Treatment Centers.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Heroes of Liberty: Cyma and Ed Satell

Ed and Cyma Satell are honored as ‘Heroes of Liberty’ for their great philanthropy and support of the National Liberty Museum.Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum is dedicated to preserving America’s heritage of freedom by encouraging people to find their own place in the story of liberty.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Support Center for Child Advocates

The Support Center for Child Advocates is Philadelphia's volunteer lawyer program for abused and neglected children, providing legal and social service advocacy, through the service of volunteer attorneys, paralegal and legal assistants, working in conjunction with staff social workers, attorneys and other staff. Child Advocates seeks to protect children by securing social services, finding alternative homes and helping them testify in court.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

The Great Chefs Event

On June 18, 2008, twenty one chefs from around the United States came to the city of Philadelphia for one cause:  to cook for a day to raise money to fight childhood cancer and Alex’s Lemonade Stand.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC


KleinLife is a vibrant resource in Northeast Philadelphia, PA, that provides social, educational and cultural programs with vital health, wellness and social services. This film highlights its multigenerational, mixed income and ethnically diverse community.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Richard Leigh

Richard Leigh is an American country music songwriter and singer. He is best known for penning "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" which was sung by Crystal Gayle. In 1978, he received a Grammy Award for "Best Country Song" for this popular song. It was nominated in both pop and country categories and reached number one on both charts. In this film production, he talks about his support of the Caron Foundation as his colorful life is documented.

A Green Kippah

A Green Kippah commemorates Israel’s memorial day on a very personal level.  This film chronicles the lives and tragic deaths of three Americans in Israel with strong family ties to the United States.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

A Tribute to the Lindy Family

The Lindy family is honored in this production for the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, PA, as ‘Heroes of Liberty’.  The multigenerational Lindy family’s mission has always been to help others through their philanthropy and to deliver exceptional housing value through their business.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC


This film chronicles the remarkable story of a congregation founded in 1858 while establishing its place in American Jewish history.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

For more than a century, the Jewish Federation has been proud to 'Carry the Light for Philadelphia' by embracing three key roles: convening the community, encouraging and stewarding the generosity of our donors, and making grants to meet critical needs. This film highlights these roles.

Jack Barrack Hebrew Academy

Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy is a pluralistic Jewish day school for students in grades six through twelve from a broad variety of backgrounds. The school integrates a comprehensive and rigorous college preparatory curriculum with the teaching of essential Jewish and American values and texts. Barrack graduates value diversity, celebrate the richness of Judaism's language, culture, and history and prepares future leaders of the American, Jewish and global communities.

The Caron Foundation Honors John J. Duffy.

The Caron Treatment Centers, a national addiction recovery organization, honors John Duffy, a longtime Caron supporter.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

The College of New Jersey: School of Music

Guided by the philosophy that performing, teaching and creating music are inseparable, this film shows how the undergraduate programs are designed with the goal of preparing students to be well-rounded musicians.

Produced by Mitlas Productions, LLC

Katie's Story

A Hero In Heaven Trailer


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