We`re Metamora Films

TRANSFORMATIVE FILMS.

Metamora Films is on a mission.  The power of independent and meaningful films is evident in our world today.  Metamorphosis is defined as a change into something new: a new person, new thoughts, a new understanding.  Metamora is just that: Change. (hence our cool butterfly logo)

MEDIA THAT MATTERS.

In addition to our award winning film productions, we produce thought-provoking journalism including the interview show, ‘Solitary Nation‘, a video podcast focused on America’s broken criminal justice system.  Produced and distributed by Metamora Media, ‘Solitary Nation‘ is a must watch for all ages.

PUBLIC SCREENINGS.

Our team is available to host public film screening events throughout the country.  We also enjoy connecting with charities in order to fund-raise in conjunction with our releases.  When we released our first documentary, ‘What Makes Me Tic?‘, we raised funds for the Tourette Association of America.

MISSION STATEMENT

Metamora Films and it’s partners are committed to creating educational and thought provoking films and projects resulting in a more emotionally engaged society.  Our mission is to assist in expanding compassion and tolerance in order to better understand our differences and similarities.

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Our Team

Matt Duhamel

Matt Duhamel

Filmmaker, Host

Matt Duhamel, a former TV news and radio personality, has turned his attention to helping others through the power of independent film and media. He agrees with the idea that film can help individuals, communities and entire societies by increasing compassion, tolerance, understanding and forgiveness. Matt is the director and producer of five films including the award winning short narrative, 'Last Day with Lizzy' which is dedicated to his daughter, Maddie.

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Collaborate With Us

Film Producer

We are currently looking to collaborate with sponsors, producers, and executive producers, for important 2017 film projects. If you want to be a part of transformational filmmaking while raising social awareness and making a difference in people's lives through the power of film, contact us today. Include a resume, a photo of yourself, and films you've worked on in the past. Tell us why you want to be a part of positive filmmaking and how you can make a difference.

NOT FOR RENT! Documentary Film Release
at Weber State University. (April 5th, 2017)

More information and FREE tickets

A feature documentary film about ex-felons and housing restrictions to be screened in Ogden, Utah: Home of “The Good Landlord Program.” This conversational city-based ordinance heavily restricts former inmates coming out of prison or jail in finding rental housing in Ogden and other Utah cities.

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2017/04/05 12:30:00

We would love to hear from you

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