Smartphone filmmaking changes the stories we can tell.
Feature Documentary: Cary at 150
- Total Run Time: 29:48
- Shot on: iPhone XS
- Director: Hal Goodtree
Smartphone filmmaking makes it affordable to tell compelling stories for business, communities and the arts.
All smartphone projects are directed and produced by Hal Goodtree. See more work on YouTube.
Town of Morrisville
Fest in the West
Once in a Blue Moon Bakery
Recent projects featuring Hal Goodtree as Writer/Producer.
Shaw Rising (2020)
2021 Emmy winner “Shaw Rising” is the story of the oldest historically black college in the South. Written and produced by Hal Goodtree. Now streaming on PBS:
American Toboacco Movie (2014)
“Because No One Else Would: American Tobacco & the Durham Renaissance” (a.k.a. American Tobacco Movie), tells the story of how a factory downtown changed the trajectory of the City of Durham, first in the 19th century, and then again in the 21st century.
Cannes Lion winner 2002. Director: Christina Hodnet; Producer: Hal Goodtree; Editor: Steve Cox; Writer: Laura Black.
National Football League featuring Warren Sapp, Keyshawn Johnson. Director: Tripp Dixon; Producer: Hal Goodtree.
The New York Times national subscription campaign. Director: Andrew Walton; Producer: Hal Goodtree.