Written by Roger Brown this one-hour documentary, hosted by Hernando de Soto, is an eye-opening investigation of the explosive personal roots of the 2010 Arab Spring uprisings.
This handsome program is hosted by renowned Peruvian economist and author, Hernando de Soto. Roger consistently imagined the big picture and delivered top quality scripts worthy of broadcasting on PBS.
The Power of the Poor takes a compelling look at why some nations are poor and others rich.
This thought-provoking documentary looks at a growing global controversy: what has precedence, free speech or freedom of religion?
Our insightful, award-winning videos form the sweeping centerpiece of a groundbreaking exhibit.
Trillium Productions produced four videos for the Chicago History Museum’s Catholic Chicago exhibit. Catholic Chicago explores the influence of Catholicism on the city’s ever-changing urban landscape.
This video encourages visitors to become part of the arboretum through volunteering and training to become stewards.
Five lively and energetic videos all in Puerto Rican Spanish, make up the set produced for the new insect and butterfly houses at the Zoo in Mayagüez PR.
We flew 65,000 miles for this one-hour documentary, mostly in the cockpits and bellies of giant air freighters across North America, Europe, and Asia.