Short animated films based on actual Donald Trump audio clips, hand-drawn by Academy Award nominee Bill Plympton. This Webby Award-winning viral series premiered on the New York Times web site, where it led all content for three straight days. View the first three episodes here.
In this short film, featured by the Washington Post, wide receiver Kenny Stills and broadcaster Bob Costas defend the choice to take a knee during the national anthem.
A documentary feature about composer-singer-choreographer Meredith Monk, one of the great artistic pioneers of our time. Featuring Björk and David Byrne.
Ambassador Bill Burns, dubbed "America's secret diplomatic weapon" by The Atlantic, reveals the behind-the-scenes power struggles that led to America's dangerous abandonment of diplomacy. With animation by Yoni Goodman.
A character-driven series about blockchain (the technology behind bitcoin), which promises to tackle global problems from human trafficking to electoral fraud. With Executive Producer Dan Rather.
An animated feature about technology and freedom, based on the writings and tragic life stories of two child prodigies. A collaboration with animator Paul Barritt.
Billy Shebar is an Emmy-nominated writer, director and producer of TV series and independent films. Recent credits include DarkNet for Showtime, and Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio (with Joe Berlinger) for Spike. His feature-length screenplay for Dark Matter, starring Meryl Streep, won the Alfred P. Sloan Prize at Sundance.
David Roberts is a former US diplomat and physicist, turned writer/filmmaker. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Foreign Affairs. After bouncing between five continents, he and his wife have finally settled in New York City.