Over the years, Gabriel Films has consistently explored difficult subject matter that often exists under intractably dark circumstances and despair, transforming it into stories of hope and possibility that reflect his ultimate belief - that by telling positive stories one helps to create a more positive world. Once embedded in these worlds, Stack returns repeatedly,having made more than 10 films and television shows in Angola Prison, five films in Liberia and supervised and produced dozens of shorts in Haiti.
Once embedded in these worlds, Gabriel Films returns repeatedly, having made more than 10 films and television shows in Angola Prison, five films in Liberia and supervised and produced dozens of shorts in Haiti. In each occasion we create community and build audience, launch industries and generate jobs.
We live the stories our ancestors told and the stories we tell today create the world our children will inherit. What story and what world is our choice.
World Vasectomy Day was a dream to unite the best of men, on the day we generously chose to exit the gene pool out of love for ourselves, our families and our future.
Liberia was a chance to understand and transform the pain of slavery’s legacy back in Africa.
Haiti, a land where more slave created more wealth than any other colony in the entire western hemisphere, where brave men and women fought their way to freedom only to discover that racism and discrimination take centuries to overcome.
Angola Prison, steeped in misery and pain, both that caused by men who have transgressed and that experienced by those who have sacrificed their freedom, is a brutal reflection of slavery’s legacy in America.
A Forest Grows in Haiti emerges out of a dream to honor those who died in slavery while re-imagining a greener nation for future generation.
We honor the past and reimagine the future…