Educate! Create! Celebrate!
Your Invitation to Join Team TPP!
Since 2002, TPP: The Producers' Project has helped thousands of K - 12 students and teachers make and share music, film, television and other media that is academically aligned, emotionally authentic and artistically alive.
In 2016, TPP is proud to build on its successes in NYC and to expand its offerings to the DC area.
We're excited to continue production on The Power of Wow, for which our students have interviewed scientists ranging from particle physicist Murray Gell-Mann to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson about the curiosity and inquiry that power their discoveries.
And we're thrilled to enter pre-production on Stand By Your Math! -- an interactive music video in which students, teachers, families, schools, groups, scientists, mathematicians and researchers from around the world will educate about and celebrate their favorite math equations, calculations and applications. It is anticipated that Stand By Your Math! will be filmed in a variety of NYC and DC venues and will enjoy boot camps in each area starting this Summer, and continuing on from there.
TPP is seeking advisory board members, funding for our education programs and media productions, distribution and promotional partners, producers and guest experts, schools and community groups. And we are offering unique opportunities to make education more vibrant, relevant, meaningful, visible and successful.
For every good reason, we hope you'll join us!
Warmly and looking forward,
Wendy Dubit and Team TPP
2002, The Producers' Project has operated an array of accredited
in-school, after-school, weekend and summer programs that deepen
and enliven academic subjects and school activities.
Our professional mentors
train teachers in understanding the process of documentary film and
web production in-school, afterschool, and during weekend
workshops. Teachers learn how to incorporate these tools into their
We provide programs that
blend documentary film and web production skills with academic
studies. Professional mentors co-teach each course with a
subject-area teacher during summer boot camps, semester-long
in-school and after-school programs, a Producers' Club for program
alumni, and a Producers' Project television series -
Producers' Project (TPP) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit education
corporation and an approved NYC DOE vendor. Contributions are
encouraged, appreciated, and are tax-deductible to the extent
allowed by law. For more information, or to have a program
customized for your group or school, please contact
or call 917.334.6925.