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Yes, we do make it out of the dark room. Sometimes.

Yes, we do make it out of the dark room. Sometimes.

THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.40

For an evolving writer, there are few things as inspiring as interviewing an award-winning interviewer. Speaking with documentarian Alex Gibney was just that. Alongside Harbor Sound Mixer Tony Volante, we quickly fell into an easy rhythm as they answered every question with enthusiasm. Read the feature to learn more about how sound helps Alex paint more visceral portraits of his subjects.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.39

It’s been a while since I’ve written to you, and I’m grateful for this moment to do so.

In our distinct industry, our shared world of storytelling, it’s easy to get lost in deadlines and logistics. Creativity can become a grind and a hustle. Sometimes, we spiral into a relentless pursuit of perfection, forgetting that creating from a foundation of truth, even if imperfect, often births the best art.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.38

WELL WISHES FROM THE EDITOR:

You receive no notes on the rough cut
You watch that movie you’ve been meaning to see
You watch that movie that you’ve seen a million times
You embrace the 4 pm sunset
You spend quality time with loved ones
You enjoy the November issue of The Harbor Monthly.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.37

NEED  SOME  INSPIRATION?
MAYBE FIND IT HERE.

USUAL FARE: NEW RELEASES / FILM FESTS / NEWS.

GATHER SOME IDEAS FROM THOSE NEARBY

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.36

If you’re reading this, then you’re already here: the new harborpicturecompany.com. Yes, we got a facelift. Welcome.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.35

When was the last time you were creative just for fun? Just to feel the paint gliding on the brush or the yarn slide off your finger. I won’t tell you how to live your life, but I will encourage you to do silly work. Work whose only audience is yourself. And even if you don’t think it’s good, that’s beside the point.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.34

The first time a movie made me cry I was four years old. To the best of my knowledge, it was also the first time I saw a movie in theaters. At the risk of sounding too much like Nicole Kidman at an AMC, I will just say this: there’s a reason cinemas stay in business.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.33

Harbor set out to create an environment where the co-mingling of craft leads to new discoveries. Our friend and collaborator, Tim LeGallo, EVP, Head of Production, Team Verizon at McCann, said it best – “You need the room to evolve each time.”

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.32

One of the many reasons I love the people I work with is their depth of talent. Creatives tend to seek out creative outlets in many forms. What we do for a living may not be the only thing we are most passionate about (I’d argue it rarely is).

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.31

As you will probably notice from this month’s edition, we’ve been busy. We are excited to showcase a bit of the exceptional work we’ve been helping our clients achieve on both advertising and entertainment projects.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.30

As we sprung forward (here in America), Harbor was abuzz with activity. In this March edition of our monthly magazine, you will discover a small sampling of all the impressive achievements from our staff and our clients. 

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.29

Each February, we celebrate the achievements and the rich history of the Black experience in the form of Black History Month.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.28

A well-executed title sequence sets up the plot, characters, tone, setting, and conflict, usually without dialogue. The best title sequences are the ones you can’t bring yourself to skip.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.27

If you’ve been following along this year, then you know that Harbor has seen substantial growth in 2022.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.26

As storytellers, we agonize over avoiding clichés. 

Stories come alive when we infuse ourselves into them. We may share similar “clichés,” but they look different based on our own lives. 

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.25

As our global footprint and staff grew, we wanted the monthly newsletter to grow along with it. We changed course and entered the choppy waters of self-publishing.  

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.24

The retirement of Roger Federer has created ripples around the world. I know what you’re thinking “Gaby, stop with the sports analogies” ok, just give me one more.  

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.23

This issue wouldn’t be possible without the very talented folks at Harbor. From summer reading suggestions to original photography, to a short film feature, I can’t help but sit in gratitude for all of you embracing this monthly magazine and getting involved since day one.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.22

“This funny little business of ours” has its nuances, its quirks, its near-impossible barriers to surpass; yet from the outside, it’s so mainstream, so accessible to those peaking in.

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.21

Between Juneteenth and Pride, we had a lot to celebrate this month. Plus, we were proud to see seven projects…

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.20

In light of mental health awareness month, we focus this issue on exploring the tools and services available to us…

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.19

One of the most beautiful aspects of this industry is our power to influence. And with power, comes much responsibility….

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.18

Collaboration is not something we take lightly.   Over the past two years, I’ve personally felt an elevated experience to collaboration…

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.17

This month, we are pleased to showcase our efforts this month in celebration of Black Excellence and in honor of…

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THE HARBOR MONTHLY ISSUE NO.16

To All at HARBOR,  I trust this finds everyone well following a successful year.  So, just a quick note as we…

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