It's not just Video we are famous for... We've got Feature Films!

Oh! Show Productions have also produced their own Documentary Films. Years in the making and critically acclaimed, our team have produced 3 award winning documentaries!

Time In The Minors

“Two Players. One Dream”

Produced and Directed by: Tony Okun

Cinematography: Tony Okun and David P. Ramos

Original Music: Eric Sandmeyer

Edited by: Tony Okun

Trying to make it in the fiercely competitive world of professional baseball can make or break you. Time in the Minors documents the 2006 season of two minor league players on their formidable journey in trying to reach the major leagues. John (19), a High School All-American from San Diego, California was selected in the first round of the 2005 amateur baseball draft by the Cleveland Indians and offered a one million dollar signing bonus. 2006 will mark Johns first full season in professional baseball. Tony (28), a (1998) 6th-round draft pick out of Omaha, Nebraska is an 8-year veteran of the minor leagues. The 2006 season may be Tonys last shot.Whats it like trying to make it to the Major Leagues? Follow each player from pre-season and beyond through the ups and downs of a life in professional baseball, and the dream that keeps their hopes alive.

The Park.

“In Every City…There Is An Oasis”

Produced and Directed by: Tony Okun

Cinematography: David P. Ramos

Original Music: Eduardo Larin

Editor: Arielle Krnich & Tony Okun

Watch The Park on Youtube now!

The Park is a documentary film about a neighborhood city park and how its existence effects the people who visit the park and the employees who work there. The story is set in a nondescript  city park (to symbolize urban parks everywhere) and takes the audience on a journey inside this park and what it means to the people and its surrounding community. The film’s director, motivated by an overwhelming sense of curiosity, with a video camera and a list of questions, decides to set out into his own neighborhood park and talk to the people directly. The Park presents an in-depth profile as presented through a series of candid interviews and anecdotes from random park-goers as well as a few select park employees. It’s an inspiring, sentimental, portrayal about life in a local big city park and how it makes a positive difference to a community.

Caretaker At The Park

“What would a park do without its’ caretaker?”

Produced and Directed by: Tony Okun

Cinematography: David P. Ramos

Original Music: Eduardo Larin

Editor: Arielle Krnich & Tony Okun

Richard Davis: Caretaker at The Park is a documentary short film that takes us inside the working life of Richard Davis, gardener/caretaker at a local city park in Los Angeles, California. The film goes on the job with Richard as he shares his perspective on what it’s really like caring for a big city park. He’s a working class hero that takes pride in a job you wouldn’t know makes such a positive impact on the neighborhood.


Aired on PBS in 2006 as a segment of the syndicated PBS series, “Natural Heroes”.


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