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Panama Canal in Archinect


From Archinect: Over a hundred years ago, the first ships passed from the Atlantic to the Pacific through the Panama Canal. One of the greatest engineering feats ever, the Panama Canal is entering a new stage in its history in order to stave off the threat of obsolescence presented by “post-Panamax” ships, or vessels larger than…MORE

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Panama Canal Deconstructed


“Have you noticed just how casually people throw around the word “epic” these days? For example, “That burrito I just ate was epic!” Or, “That concert I went to last night was epic.” For the record, those things are notepic. What truly is epic? The new Panama Canal expansion project that has been documented via…MORE

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Panama Canal Premieres on History April 11, 2015


March 24, 2015 – The 5.5 billion expansion project of the Panama Canal is revealed for the first time in “Panama Canal Supersized,” a one-hour special airing on History’s “Modern Marvels” at 9 pm ET / PT Saturday evening, April 11, 2015. Radiant Features filmmakers Dylan Robertson and Bill Ferehawk seamlessly integrate time lapse, drone…MORE

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Panama Canal Special Bumped Up to History Channel


March 31, 2015 – New York. A&E Networks has bumped up Panama Canal Supersized to their flagship network, the History Channel. The program will premiere April 11 at 9PM as a special edition of Modern Marvels. Watch Trailer  

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Radiant at Sundance 2015


January 25, 2015 – Park City, Utah. Radiant crew is pictured here with director Louise Osmond, talking about her documentary film Dark Horse, winner of the Sundance Audience Award for World Cinema Documentary 2015. Many thanks to our talented crew for their fantastic work this year: Judy Newman, Denver Harward, Travis McIntosh, Katie Bormaster, Patrick…MORE

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Competing Utopias Opens at Neutra House


July 12, 2014 – Neutra VDL House, Los Angeles. Radiant’s Bill Ferehawk co-curated this experimental installation about Cold War modern design with the Wende Museum and Neutra VDL House. Coverage of the installation in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, LA Magazine and KCRW got the word out, drawing hundreds of people to the…MORE

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Rotterdam Architecture Biennale


May, 2014  – Rotterdam, Netherlands. Radiant produced a short art film for the Vernon City Project at this year’s International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam . The film titled Vernon Food is a poetic exploration of the city of Vernon, an “exclusively industrial” city that packages and distributes food to Los Angeles. Many thanks to Orhan Ayyuce, curator of Vernon City Project, and Los…MORE

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Panama Canal Special Starts Production


April 10, 2014 – Panama City and Colon, Panama. Radiant is in production on a one hour special for the History Channel about the expansion of the Panama Canal. Currently the existing locks are not large enough for the growing fleet of very large container ships. A new super-sized set of locks is currently under construction…MORE

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Radiant at Sundance 2014


January 21, 2014 – Park City, Utah. Many thanks to our talented crew for their fantastic work this year! Back on the mountain producing programming for AMC/Sundance Channel Global. This year the crew came from Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and Provo. Starting left: Matt Fuller (Editor and DP); Bill Ferehawk (Producer); Jonathan Flint (Audio); Dylan…MORE




September 25, 2013 – Los Angeles. The Wende Museum, Archive of the Cold War, commissioned Radiant to write and edit a 30 minute documentary film shot in Berlin and Los Angeles. Collecting Fragments is a road trip through the abandoned Cold War remains of East Germany. The story connects us to the complicated lives of…MORE