Helen, a former student of Rob Stoller's at Temple University, produced this piece with Rob at Art In Motion, to publicize her plight, in an effort to help others. Tragically, Helen was unable to overcome complications that beset her.
In this AIM PSA for the Lupus Fdn., Kathy Sledge, lead singer of the renowned "Sister Sledge", shares the experience of losing a beloved band member to this as-yet incurable disease.
In his acceptance speech for the prestigious CCNY Townsend Harris Award, Sidney Stoller presents a moving, enlightening overview of his illustrious life and career.
Karyn Glick was a lovely young lady, taken tragically at 15, by Leukemia. This AIM film, featuring Karyn's childhood friends, shows the lasting impact Karyn has had on their adult lives.
Philadelphia Treats For Troops, founded by Freddie Klevan, has sent thousands of "care packages" to soldiers overseas, providing much-needed goods, and the first tangible reminders of home.
Charlie Schwab was a beloved father, husband, coach and friend, who was taken tragically by Melanoma. Here's a glimpse into Charlie's warm, fun, enthusiastic coaching style.
This Art In Motion video was produced as a recruiting tool for the NJ Chapter of the Academy of Pediatrics, encouraging NJ pediatricians to join this exemplary and worthwhile organization.
Nominated for a Student Academy Award, "Pearl" was directed by Chris Newhard, and starred McKenna Cole and Rob Stoller.
Mira Nakashima, daughter of the esteemed furniture designer George Nakashima, has emerged from her father's shadow to establish herself as a creative force in her own right.
This 30-second spot, produced "on spec" for Keds, by Rob Stoller, was positively received by the company, but got caught up in legal issues, and was never released or re-produced.
The Bayada Regatta, sponsored annually by Bayada Nurses, takes place on the Schuykill River, and enables disabled individuals, as shown in this AIM video, to experience the joy and freedom of rowing.
In this interview excerpt, produced by Rob Stoller, Dawn Staley, the Hall of Fame basketball player, coach, olympian and advocate for inner-city Philadelphia girls, speaks of her roots and principles.
In this archival episode excerpt from the PBS show, "Art In Motion", Rob Stoller introduces Mark Schaeffer, a young man he met while they were both in Russia as part of the 7th Generation Conference in 1990. Mark, who lost his leg at 11 to cancer, discusses obstacles, and how one might overcome them.
Done as a loving homage and parody of the classic "The Hustler", Rob Stoller directed and Paul Devitt produced "Three & Over", starring Robert Christophe.
In another installment of the PBS show "Art In Motion", Rob Stoller shines the spotlight on Mary Lee Kratifilow, a warm, engaging, dignified long-time waitress at the American Diner in Philadelphia.