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Vulcan Productions is a production company headquartered in Seattle, Washington, led by Paul Allen and Jody Allen. Vulcan Productions produces feature films, educational films, and documentaries. Their documentaries have won a number of Peabody Awards, including the 2007 award for Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial.
|Founder||Paul Allen and Jody Allen|
Paul Allen (Founder and Chairman)Carole Tomko (General Manager and Creative Director)
|Products||Movies, documentaries, television films and specials|
|1997||Inspirations (film)||Documentary film||1997||Michael Apted||Argo Films|
|1999||Titus (film)||Feature film||25 December 1999||Julie Taymor||Overseas Film Group||Anthony Hopkins||Fox Searchlight Pictures|
|Me & Isaac Newton||Documentary film||1999||Michael Apted||Gertrude B. Elion||First Look International|
|2001||Nova: Cracking the Code of Life||Television documentary||17 April 2001||Elizabeth Arledge||PBS||Robert Krulwich (Journalist)||PBS|
|Evolution||Television special||2001||David Espar "Darwin's Dangerous Idea"
Susan K. Lewis "Darwin's Dangerous Idea"
Joel Olicker "Great Transformations"
Kate Churchill "Extinction!"
Richard Hutton "Extinction!"
Gail Wilumsen "Evolutionary Arms race"
|PBS||Liam Neeson (Narrator)||PBS|
|2003||Far from Heaven||Feature film||10 January 2003||Todd Haynes||Focus Features||Julianne Moore||Focus Features|
|The Blues (film series)||Documentary series||28 September 2003||Martin Scorsese "Feel Like Going Home"
Wim Wenders "The Soul of a Man"
Richard Pearce (director) "The Road to Memphis"
Charles Burnett (director) "Warming by the Devil's Fire"
Marc Levin "Godfathers and Sons"
Mike Figgis "Red, White and Blues"
Clint Eastwood "Piano Blues"
|Road Movies Filmproduktion||B.B. King
Laurence Fishburne (Narrator)
|2004||Black Sky: The Race For Space||Documentary film||3 October 2004||Sandy Guthrie
|Burt Rutan||Discovery Channel|
|Lightning in a Bottle||Documentary film||5 August 2004||Antoine Fuqua||Jigsaw Productions||Aerosmith||Sony Pictures Classics|
|Strange Days on Planet Earth||Television series||2004||David Elisco||Sea Studios Foundation||Edward Norton (Narrator)||PBS|
|2005||Hard Candy (film)||Feature film||21 January 2005||David Slade||Launchpad Productions||Ellen Page||Lionsgate Films|
|Success at the Core||Educational film||2005||Richard Hutton||Education Development Center||Teaching Channel|
|Rx For Survival||Documentary series||2005||Mike Beckham (Producer) “Disease Warriors”
Sara Holt (Producer) “Rise of the Superbugs”
Andy Young (Producer) “Deadly Messengers”
Tabitha Jackson (Producer) “Back to the Basics”
Rob Whittlesey (Producer) “How Safe Are We?”
|WGBH Educational Foundation||Brad Pitt (Narrator)||PBS|
|2007||Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial||Documentary film||13 November 2007||Gary Johnstone
|WGBH Educational Foundation||PBS|
|Where God Left His Shoes||Feature film||2007||Salvatore Stabile||John Leguizamo||IFC Films|
|2010||This Emotional Life||Documentary series||4 January 2010||Matt Boatright-Simon||Kunhardt Films
|Daniel Gilbert (psychologist)||PBS|
|2013||Girl Rising||Documentary film||2013||Richard E. Robbins||The Documentary Group
Double Exposure Studios
|Narration by Anne Hathaway||CNN Films|
|Pandora's Promise||Documentary film||Robert Stone (director)||Robert Stone Productions||CNN Films|
|2014||We The Economy: 20 Short Films You Can't Afford To Miss||Documentary film||2014||22 directors including, but not limited to:||Cinelan||Morgan Spurlock
|45 different distribution partners Including, but not limited to:|
|2015||Body Team 12||Documentary film||2015||David Darg||RYOT Films||HBO|
|Racing Extinction||Documentary film||18 September 2015||Louie Psihoyos||Oceanic Preservation Society
|Elon Musk||Discovery Channel|
|2016||Midsummer in Newtown||Documentary film||1 April 2016||Lloyd Kramer||Participant Media||Jimmy Greene|
|Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale||Documentary film||5 June 2016||Ben Bowie
|Off the Fence|
- Winner – The Humanitas Prize: 2008 Best Sundance Feature Film
- 2008 Imagen Awards
- 2006 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival
- Best Actress - Olivia Wilde
- 2006 Malaga Film Festival
- Best Film
- Best Director - David Slade
- Best Actress - Ellen Page
- Best Cinematographer - Jo Willems
- 2005 Sitges Film Festival
- Best Motion Picture
- Best Screenplay
- Audience Award for Best Motion Picture 
- 75th Annual Academy Award nominations
- Independent Spirit Awards winner:
- Best Picture
- Best Director - Todd Haynes
- Best Female Lead - Julianne Moore
- Best Supporting Male - Dennis Quaid
- Best Cinematography - Edward Lachman, A.S.C.
- Golden Globe Award nominations:
- Best Actress - Julianne Moore (Drama)
- Best Supporting Actor - Dennis Quaid
- Best Screenplay - Todd Haynes
- Best Music Score - Elmer Bernstein
- Deauville Festival of American Film
- International Critics Prize
- Best Performance: Patricia Clarkson,
- Ralph Lauren Fragrances Prize
- Seattle Women in Cinema Film Festival
- Third-place prize
- San Sebastian International Film Festival
- Nominated: Golden Seashell Award
- 2000 Academy Awards
- Nominated: Best Costume Design
- 2000 Art Directors Guild
- Nominated: Excellence in Production Design Award
- 2000 Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists
- Winner: Silver Ribbon Award – Best Production Design
- 2000 Edgar Allan Poe Awards
- Nominated: Best Motion Picture
- 2000 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
- Nominated: Sierra Award – Best Costume Design
- Best Screenplay – Adapted
- 2000 Satellite Awards
- Winner: Gold Satellite – Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Drama
- Nominated: Best Art Direction, Production Design
- Best Costume Design
- Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Drama
- Best Screenplay – Adapted
- Best Visual Effects
- 2001 London Critics Circle Film Awards
- Nominated: Best British Actor of the Year
- "The Humanitas Prize, Past Winners". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "Imagen Awards 2008 Nominees". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "Imagen Awards 2008 Winners". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "IMDb > Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas (2006) > Awards". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "IMDb > Hard Candy (2005) > Awards". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "Nominees & Winners for the 75th Academy Awards". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "Twenty-Six Years of Nominees & Winners (.pdf)" (PDF). Retrieved May 2, 2011.
- "2003 Golden Globe Nominees and Winners". Retrieved May 2, 2011.
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