newscasts focus their cameras on orchestrated press conferences
and groomed correspondents, The Full Monte puts cameras on the
street and into the alleys to investigate the reality of world
events. With a two-man team and the power of the digital videocamera
and the internet, we explore in-depth the decisions by the powerful,
and their affect on the masses-- for better or worse.
In a world
that is carved up and reinforced by wealth, race, nationality
and religion, The Full Monte believes that people on the street
can shape the world's direction. In character driven documentaries
that focus intensely on the personal struggle to be heard, we
aim to emphasize the power of the individual. Whether it is
the wives of jailed dissidents demanding that Cuban leader Fidel
Castro release their husbands from prison, or the only woman
running in the Afghan presidential election, we are rolling
our cameras on the inside.
in-your-face footage, Full Monte produces documentaries that
tie current events, historical context, and gritty reality into
colorful stories that intend to engage the viewer in global
issues. In a time that has been deemed the "Information Age,"
The Full Monte stands at the apex-- where real "Reality TV"
meets world events.