Whose voices deserve to be heard? Whose stories deserve to be told? To us, exploring questions like these can bring about more than social justice. It can bring about a genuine understanding of and empathy for people and ideas that have been overlooked, discarded, forgotten.
We believe you must keep moving through darkness to find your way into the light. Blue Sky Project is a 501-c3 not-for-profit conceived to create and distribute documentary films focused on underreported social issues that shape an open and enlightened society. Our films provide educational outcomes and contextualized history.
Our goal is to inspire ideas and action for real and lasting change.
David Marshall is a multi-Emmy Award-winning documentary film maker and the president of Blue Sky Project. Dave's documentary films reflect his interest in human rights and the power of contextualized history. His work as a producer, director, DP and editor has taken him around the world many times in his 30-year career. He holds a B.S. in photography / film and a M.F.A. in fine art / animation. A good day for Dave includes rain a book and a walk with his dogs.
Christine is an Emmy Award-winning producer for film and television, including July ’64, a documentary that was broadcast nationally on the PBS series Independent Lens, and edited by David Marshall. July ’64 was nominated for two Emmys and several other awards, and recognized by the Organization of American Historians with an Eric Barnouw Award for honorable mention. She is the recipient of many national grants and awards for her documentary film work, including a Sundance Documentary Fund research and development grant, multiple grants from the Independent Television Services, National Black Programming Consortium, and the Paul Robeson Fund for Independent Media. She is the managing producer of Songs of Freedom in partnership with David Marshall and Blue Sky Project.