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New Millenium Studios

The New Millenium Studios collective is made up of John W. Hession, Morgan Karansios and Conrad C. Dundorf. We are filmmakers dedicated to helping put humankind on the path to a carbon-free net zero sustainable future through documentary films.

  1. CotePanel_6-13-19

    This is the evening intro and panel discussion that kicked of the New England Cote Summit 2019

  2. Middling

    This film was created during the 2020 Summer Artist-in-residence program at Canterbury Shaker Village.

    Artist/Performer: Amanda Whitworth
    Cinematography and Concept Collaborator: John W. Hession
    Music: Healing Hut
    Composed by:Gregory Dillon Scherer

    Artist Note:
    Inspired by the contrasts between beginning and end, before and after, lost and found, the movement evokes the feeling of being in-between two fixed points. After all, our histories are realized in our futures; the raveling and unraveling and raveling again, the necessity of the two seemingly opposite points in time.

    Special Thanks:
    Leslie Nolan and Canterbury Shaker Village Staff
    Hilary Irons
    Joan Brodsky

  3. Transforming Practice Through Integrated Design

    This video shot at the New England COTE Summit '16 shows how firms create net zero ready and net zero energy buildings through integrated design. Interviews with leading practitioners show how implementation of integrated design can help meet the 2030 challenge.

  4. Net Zero Ready - The Feather Leaf Farm Story

    This film tells the story of a couple who with the help of an energy consultant created a home that was net zero ready, paving the way for eventual solar heat and electricity, which was installed after careful measurement of their energy use. The film shows how even if you do not want to do solar now, the best way to build is Net Zero ready.

  5. Net Zero in New England - The Tin Mountain Story

    This is the first in a series of films profiling exemplary Net Zero projects in New England. This series is a project of AIA New Hampshire's Architecture Foundation.


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