BREAKING BRANCHES PICTURES is an Emmy® and Telly award winning production company that excels in creating effective and heartfelt stories. Since 1996, we have produced a multitude of critically praised documentaries, narrative films and music videos that have received over 40 awards. Over the years, we have formed longterm working relationships with organizations in a variety of fields. Our audience is global, with films streaming on PBS, Amazon and various streaming services. A wide range of our work can be seen in the pages above. We look forward to telling your story.
WE PROVIDE 4K quality production for industrials, theatrical performances, non-profit and call-to-action films, and commercials, along with cinematography & post-production services for artistic works. We excel in reaching audiences with emotion and promotion to produce effective and satisfying results. Contact us to learn about how we can play a role in your company or organization to reach its goals.
Check out this wonderful sizzle reel we recently produced for the Bourbon Street Jubilee, a.k.a. The Catnip Junkies!!
"Slatersville" Director Christian de Rezendes, Composer Stephen Gilbane and Sound Engineer Mark Freedman at the Regional Boston/New England Emmy® Awards on June 10, 2023
After being in production for over a decade, the first season of "Slatersville: America's First Mill Village" (episodes 1-5) received two 2023 Regional Boston/New England Emmy® nominations for Outstanding Documentary and Outstanding Musical Composition, which composer Stephen Gilbane won. The series, which premiered on Rhode Island PBS and can be streamed on PBS, also received a gold Telly Award for Documentary and three film festival awards from Mass Indie Film Fest, Block Island Film Festival and LifeArt Festival. We are now hard at work on the second and final season of "Slatersville" (episodes 6-11), which will premiere in the Fall of 2024. Watch our original trailer below, and visit us at firstmillvillage.com to learn more.
We had the honor of producing our first music video for artist Ed Sweeney with Cathy Clasper-Torch and Daryl Black Eagle Jamieson at the Blackstone River Theater. "O Bury Me Not On the Long Prairie" premiered in August. Look for Ed's new album "A Sunday Drive" on iTunes.