Visitor Center Interpretive Film & Web Shorts Part of the Wild & Scenic River System, the Missouri National Recreational River preserves and protects a 100 mile stretch of the “Big Muddy”. This land is home to diverse wildlife, farmers, recreationalists, and American Indian tribes. We spent four seasons documenting the people, tribes, and government agencies … Read More
Exhibit Media More than 5 million visitors from around the world visit Independence National Historical Park, and their visit begins at the visitor center. Argentine Productions was chosen to create five films about some of our nation’s most important landmarks: Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Ben Franklin’s print shop, and more. Straining at the Heart of … Read More
Visitor Center Interpretive Film & Web Shorts The Niobrara River is a home to an wondrous diversity of wildlife; it is a crossroads where four ecosystems meet and mix; it is a revered ancestral homeland to the Ponca Tribe; and it is a place where ranchers have barns full of inner-tubes for visitors. A theatrical orientation film explores the … Read More
Excursion Train Car Exhibit Media Once the world’s longest and tallest railroad structure, the Kinzua Bridge was torn apart by an F1 tornado in 2007. This disaster was turned into an opportunity to create a dramatic skywalk and glass floor 300 ft above the valley floor. At the new visitor center designed by 106 Group—a TripAdvisor reviewer … Read More
Whitewater Safety VideoOur crew—all experienced paddlers—went plummeting down the wild waters of the Youghiogheny River to capture footage for an exciting safety video for a new visitor center designed by 106 Group. Slow-motion footage and first-person views bring to life the thrill and danger of these Class III-IV rapids.
Visitor Center Theatrical Film, Exhibit Media, and InteractivesOur crew—loaded down with gear, lights, and lots of batteries— crawled through cold, dark, muddy passageways—passageways with names like Fat Man’s Misery and Peanut Butter Alley.Hidden Wonder, narrated by Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe, takes viewers on a journey with a cave survey team as they map out … Read More
Little Things: Big ProblemsWeb SeriesThis web series—with over 60,000 commutative views—highlights the damaging impact of invasive species on the delicate ecosystem of the Great Lakes. Humans are affected as well: emerald ash borer is jeopardizing the manufacture of baseball bats, and lampreys are killing the trout that sustain the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior … Read More