Introducing the 2019 team for new documentary Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise. Do you know anyone from the Big Island? Let us know!
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This is the question we are going to be asking as we prepare to make a documentary on residents of Hawaii. What is it like to live amongst an active volcano? Let’s find out.

If you have been following the coverage of the active volcano situation in Hawaii you have probably heard much of the science data behind the eruption.  PaceDocs goal is to humanize the story to show the local culture and emotion behind the devastations of this natural disaster. With an extensive list of contacts, we are excited to begin a conversation with residents of Hawaii or more specifically, the Puna District!

Do you feel safe where you live?

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From Capital to Crash

From Capital to Crash

Our first location shoots are going to be in Connecticut and New York City. At different times in history, both places were once considered the oyster capital of the world. What happened is a great example of a series of unfortunate events.

The Lay of the Land

The Lay of the Land

The documentary team is only weeks away from production. Right now, the team is knee deep in research and preparations, but soon enough, they will be heading out to film. But where exactly will the filming take place? Let’s get a closer look… 

Deep Dives and Algae Blooms

Deep Dives and Algae Blooms

This week, the team took a deep dive into oyster biology and the art of story development. Dr. Maria Luskay presented on developing a creative concept, and Danielle Schwartz delivered a presentation on oysters and their impact on the ecosystem.

A Labor of Love

A Labor of Love

On the shore of the Nantucket Sound in Dennisport sits a restaurant named among the 100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America by OpenTable. Many consider this restaurant the best on the Cape: The Ocean House.

​​The Bees of the Sea

​​The Bees of the Sea

Tuesday evening marked the official kick-off of pre-production for the spring semester’s documentary course centering around oysters– the bees of the sea.

More To Come From PaceDocs

More To Come From PaceDocs

We had an incredible premiere of the Bee Aware documentary on Earth Day and it is now streaming on YouTube. We had an amazing turn out and we just want to thank you all who attended and learned about the role bees play in our food supply and the challenges that bees...

Trailer For The Upcoming Bee Aware Documentary

Trailer For The Upcoming Bee Aware Documentary

Only ten more days until the premiere of Bee Aware on Earth Day, April 22nd at 7:30pm on YouTube. The entire crew of Pace Docs are counting down the minutes and are so excited to finally show our work with everyone. With only a few days left to the premiere, here is...

Bee Aware of the Premiere

Bee Aware of the Premiere

The information about the premiere is finally here. To register for the event just go to this link right here. This link will take you right to the eventbrite page of the Bee Aware documentary. On the page you will be able to register for the event on Earth Day April...

Everything About the Premiere

Everything About the Premiere

We have some terrific news about the progress of the Documentary. As of right now Bee Aware is on target to meet our deadline with our premiere date of April 22nd. We are just putting the finishing touches with audio sweetening and color enhancing.  Recently our...

HAWAII: LIVING on the edge in paradise

During the summer of 2018, hundreds of earthquakes shook the summit of Kīlauea, leading to the active volcano’s largest eruption in 200 years.

Surviving Maria

In 2018 Pace University’s groundbreaking documentary series focused on the island of Puerto Rico.

Our Team

As soon as the team met, we began delegating jobs and getting to know each other’s roles. We will all be wearing many hats throughout the semester, not limited to filming, interviewing, and researching.

Do you know anyone from the Big Island?