Since 1985, The Duncan Entertainment Group has created long form non-fiction programming for broadcast television. Our films have been seen in more than 140 countries around the world and on a diverse array of networks including PBS, HBO, TLC, Discovery, Showtime, Lifetime and The Sundance Channel... among others.
MELTDOWN -- World Without Ice
The Duncan Group is in production on a feature length documentary about global climate change focused on glaciers and ice fields. The film features scientists from around the world and emphasizes the urgency of recognizing and dealing with critical economic, environmental and social issues related to a warming climate including sea level rise, super storms, acute water shortages and the economic impact on the poor.
The Reagan Presidency
The Reagan Presidency is a 3 hour public television series. The series began broadcast nationwide during February, 2013. This detailed analysis features interviews with notable Reagan staff members, congressional leaders, scholars, journalists and presidential biographers. They include Condoleezza Rice, Robert Reich, George Shultz, Douglas Brinkley, Richard Reeves, Andrew Young, Henry Cisneros, Sandra Day O'Connor, Paul Volcker, Bill Bradley, Reza Aslan and Oscar Arias … among others.
An Interview with Chip Duncan
Revisiting Korem – Walking in a Father’s Footsteps
During October, 2011, Duncan and a team from Nairobi-based Camerpix created three short films for One.org. This segment featured here tells the story behind journalist Mohamed Amin’s historic work on famine during 1984. The film features his son, Salim Amin, as he returns to the fields of Korem, Ethiopia.
The Ghosts of Kabul
Landslide -- The Presidency of Herbert Hoover
Conservation and Collaboration
The Magic Never Ends -- The Life & Work of C.S. Lewis
In a Just World -- Contraception, Abortion & World Religion
Beyond the Gridiron -- The Life & Times of Woody Hayes
No End in Sight
After the Dust Settles
Chip Duncan and Ben Kingsley ventured to Pakistan shortly after a devastating earthquake left 80,000 people dead and nearly 3 million homeless. This short film features the crisis relief efforts of Relief International.
Mystic Lands -- Burma
Mystic Lands -- Interview with Chip Duncan
Mystic Lands -- Interview with Chris Shpeeris
Enough to Go Around
The History of Prayer in America
In the hours and days after the devastating attacks of 9/11, many Americans came together in prayer. This two-part documentary film was inspired by the work of author Jim Moore and aired nationwide on public television in 2007. The narrative is based on two questions: How has prayer influenced America? How has America influenced prayer.