Chariot Productions, the parent company of Chariot Videos, has been producing award-winning documentary and educational films for over 30 years.
Founder and president Victress Hitchcock is writer and director of a wide range of programs aired on Public Television including: Song of the Open Road, a portrait of a composer living with AIDS; “Children of Wind River”, a compelling documentary about suicide on the Wind River reservation; “What Can I Tell You”, a poignant look at 5 generations of Italian-American women and “Grandfather Sky”, an award winning drama set on the Navajo Reservation produced for Native American Public Television. A graduate of the London Film School, she is a recipient of a Colorado Council on the Arts Creative Fellowship in Media,
Hitchcock is also the director and co-producer ( with Amber Bemak) of Chariot’s two most recent feature documentaries, produced in association with Pundarika Foundation – Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet and When the Iron Bird Flies: Tibetan Buddhism Arrives in the West.
In partnership with Discovery Education, Chariot Productions has been a leader in innovative youth violence-prevention videos including – Ending the Cycle of Violence, Gangs: It’s Your Life, “Hooked: The Addiction Trap”, “Tragic Consequences: Teenagers and Guns”, “Broken Promises”, and “Nowhere to Go”, a dropout-prevention video. Chariot’s video programs “Violence: Inside/Out” and “Alternatives to Violence” were included in ACT AGAINST VIOLENCE, a statewide violence-prevention curriculum. In conjunction with the Colorado School Mediation Project, Chariot produced the video “Making Things Right: Restorative Justice for School Communities”.
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For questions regarding current or past Chariot productions, contact Victress Hitchcock at firstname.lastname@example.org.