Our Work

In addition to our independently produced work, we partner and collaborate with others to bring real stories to life. Below are some examples of our work. 

Have a project in mind? Let’s chat! Reach out at: info@marchforthcreative.com.

Coming soon!

Independently produced by March Forth Creative, this documentary will shed light on the challenges, aspirations and motivations of the next generation of farmers.

Initial interviews show this new generation to be knowledgeable, energetic, and passionate. Many of them see their work as a form of activism, and have a strong desire to transform our food system into one that can not only grow healthy food but also tackle many of the social, environmental and economic crises that we are facing today.

Depth of Field is a documentary series about farmers employing sustainable practices across the provinces.  

Over the next year, Tamer and Sarah will partner with the National Farmers Union and produce, write and edit up to 40 short films featuring farms from the Maritimes to the Prairies to the West Coast.

The Great Disconnect is an award-winning documentary that uncovers why, in a world seemingly more connected than ever before, people are feeling more and more socially isolated – and the true cost this has on our lives

In collaboration with Sympactful Media, Tamer took on the roles of producer, director and writer; Sarah served as a writer and story editor.

Produced by Candy Whicker’s Little Films, Beacon Farms is a documentary which follows the trials and tribulations of an experimental farm based in North Side, Grand Cayman which employs people in recovery from substance abuse.

The film follows the team for three years as they learn new skills, experiment with innovative farming techniques and rebuild their lives as they break new ground in agriculture in the Cayman Islands. 

For this project, Tamer and Sarah took on the roles of Creative Consultants; Sarah also supported with Story Editing. 

Beacon Farms film poster

“Bright Spot”, an award-winning short doc, invites the viewer not only to see the humble palm as the health tree of the Cayman Islands, but also to engage actively in addressing the issues of overcoming the hurdles of the past and returning this healthy, traditional oil to our kitchens, bathroom cabinets and lives.

In collaboration with Sympactful Media, Tamer produced, directed and wrote this short film; Sarah served as a story editor and production coordinator.