A number of people have urged us to release our ancient Rita Mae Brown documentary (1986). Read more about Rita Mae Brown Documentary on Vimeo VOD.
Every winter we feed the birds out in the back. There’s times when there’ll be 25 mourning doves and 6000 tiny, and pretty quick birds eating their hearts out. Read more about Yellow Cat forges another link in that old chain of life.
We did the red carpet as the house crew for Sony at the Newseum premier of Captain Philips. We are glad to say that Tom Hanks is as nice a guy as legend has it. Read more about Tom Hanks on the carpet
Well you learn something everyday. All these years of visual research, programs in maritime and naval museums and there are still large surprises in American history. Read more about New colors fly at Yellow Cat
Grad students from Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University are finding out what the DC news scene is all about this summer. They are learning how to navigate the metro tunnels and Read more about Newhouse students in DC
In March 2013 The Library of Congress acquired the “Michael Ford Mississippi Collection.” The collection consists of 16,ooo feet of 16mm film, 10.5 hours of recordings of interviews and music, and Read more about Library of Congress acquires Yellow Cat archive.
This a a great present form our friend Sean. It's everything there's to say about Yellow Cats everywhere. Read more about Yellowcat- No Services
In a way Yellow Cat was founded in a blacksmith shop in Oxford, Miss 40 years ago. HOMEPLACE, our first doc, was centered on Mr. Hall's forge. Read more about Blacksmithing