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Our comprehensive, creative process enables us to create an unforgettable experience for our clients. Whether your objective is to promote a product, launch a new service, grow brand awareness, or produce a full length documentary, the Unshakeable Productions Team will fuse your ideas and inspirations composing a compelling visual story.
The documentary explores the views and impacts of gun violence through the eyes of 25 young student artists of Jersey City, NJ. In creating a 180-foot long mural titled “How Many Lives?” we enter into their innermost world of emotions and throughts, about the human toll taken by the gun culture that thrives in the United States of America.
Bishop Nuñez was born in New York City. His father abandoned the home before his birth, and at the tender age of eight, he lost his mother to cancer. This left him in the care of government institutions and forced him to live from home to home and in the streets of New York and Puerto Rico. Living a life of hopelessness, he succumbed to a life of violence, gangs, and drugs. But God’s hand was upon him and through all the suffering and pain he was able to understand the meaning of life.
HEROES OF THE WORLD Short Documentary Film directed by Duda Penteado and produced by Unshakeable Productions explores the creative process of 29 Jersey City high - school and college students from The Jersey City Summer Youth Mural Arts Program 2019 who created a 200-foot long MURAL located at 1 Ocean Avenue in the Greenville neighborhood of Jersey City. This year of 2019 the research field trip was at the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City. In addition to that, the art - students worked in small teams and where given step-by-step instruction on public art techniques, including concept development, surface preparation, design enlargement, paint application, and preservation techniques.
REFLECTING ON THE HISTORY OF JERSEY CITY Mini Doc. directed by Duda Penteado and produced by Unshakeable Productions explores the creative process of 28 Jersey City high - school and college students from The Jersey City Summer Works Fine Art Youth Program (JCYW ) 2018 who created a 160-foot long MURAL located right across the Mary McLeod Bethune Life Center in the Greenville area.This year of 2018 the research field trip was at the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Museum and at the Jersey City Public Library. In addition to that, the art - students worked in small teams and were given step-by-step instruction on public art techniques, including concept development, surface preparation, design enlargement, paint application, and preservation techniques.
"Filmmaking is Art. Art is never based on a simple question, but it has the power to make us reflect on several important issues."