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File Working Blind: Three Stories of Woodworkers Without Sight

A trailer for the short film directed, shot, and edited by Cara Feinberg. 


At the Carroll Center for the Blind in Massachusetts, woodworkers use power tools and buzz saws to gain skills that extend far beyond their basement woodshop.   



File NOVA's Making Stuff Wilder

A 1-hour episode of NOVA about technology and engineering inspired by...nature.

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File NOVA's Hunting the Elements

A two-hour film associate produced by Cara Feinberg for PBS NOVA. Air date: April 4th, 2012

Where do nature’s building blocks come from? They’re the hidden ingredients of everything in our world, from the carbon in our bodies to the metals in our smartphones. To unlock their secrets, David Pogue, the technology correspondent of The New York Times, spins viewers through the world of weird, extreme chemistry: the strongest acids, the deadliest poisons, the universe’s most abundant elements, and the rarest of the rare that flicker into existence for only fractions of a second.

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File DreamWorks' How To Find Your Dragon

A documentary film for DreamWorks about the perennial fascination with dragons. Aired on PBS stations and as a accompanying special feature film for DreamWorks' "How To Train Your Dragon"


File Build It Bigger

"Turkey's Mammoth Dam" - Season 5 episode 8 of Build It Bigger, associate produced by Cara Feinberg for Discovery Science Channel.

Turkey is harnessing one of the world's fastest rivers with one of the tallest hydroelectric dams on earth. Season 5, episode 8, associate produced by Cara Feinberg for Discovery Science Channel.

File Cultural Survival

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A public service announcement for Cultural Survival, Inc. produced by Interlock Media. Fine cut.

Narrated by Cara Feinberg.



File Archaeology in the Borderlands

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Official Selection of the 2012 Belize International Film Festival

Highlights from a film written, produced, and narrated by Cara Feinberg for The Meso American Research Center, University of California, Santa Barbara. 

A film about one archaeologist's quest to protect disintegrating Maya monuments that have stood for milennia...until we cleared away the tree canopy to welcome tourists.



File Day One: The Obama Inauguration

An audio slide show shot and produced by Cara Feinberg  



File Sixty

An audio slide show produced by Cara Feinberg