Greg Hitchcock is interviewed about his film “Heroin in Amsterdam” by the WNYT News 13 team. (2-min./Interview/Health).
2015: Filmmaker and journalist Greg Hitchcock discusses his award winning short film “Climate Change: The Adirondacks”. (30-min/Presentation/Conservation)
2014: The annual Greek Festival was celebrated at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Albany, NY as families celebrated their heritage with Greek music, food, and fun. (2-min./Instructional/Business)
2014: Animal Shelters offer hope for lost, abandoned and stray animals. One particular dog has found a place in the hearts and minds of volunteers and staff of a local shelter. (3-min./Instructional/Business).
May 18, 2018: Election signage, good marketing tool or bad taste? The public of Ballston Spa, NY weigh in on their opinion. (3-min/Opinion/Politics).
May 22, 2018: The people of Williamstown, Mass explain why voting in elections matters. Subscribe for more. (3-min./Opinion/Politics).
Dec. 1, 2017: At the City Mission of Schenectady, Operation Warm and Safe provides winter clothes to needy individuals and families. (1-min./Instructional/Business).
May 21, 2018: Piloting a steamboat on Lake George, New York is both fun and a huge responsibility. (2-min./Instructional/Business).
May 22, 2018: Veterans are the backbone of America, but are often unemployed and the last to get hired. (5-min./Documentary/Business).
Dec. 21, 2018: Downtowns are vital. They provide a sense of place for a community, and are vital to an economy. Gloversville has seen better days, but people are shaping the city’s downtown for future generations to enjoy. (20-min./Documentary/Business).