Low to the Ground Productions is a Rochester based, independent film production company, dedicated to making compelling and innovative films since 2001.

Linda Moroney – was a producer on the independent feature-length documentary, RAM DASS FIERCE GRACE, named by Newsweek magazine as one of the five best non-fiction films of 2002, and broadcast nationally on PBS (Independent Lens 2004). In 2016, she completed two films. Producing and directing TURN THE PAGE, which explores the fractured relationship between incarcerated parents and children left behind, through the lens of a jail-based literacy program called, Storybook, at Ontario County Jail (co-production with Crystal Pix). She is also the co-producer of THE LAST DALAI LAMA?, by director Mickey Lemle, which screened at several festivals, including the Maui Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, and Woodstock Film Festival.  Since 2012, Ms. Moroney has been the programmer and host for One Take: Stories Through the Lens, the monthly documentary series at the historic Little Theatre, which as of 2017 will include a four day film festival. For five years, she served as Director of Greentopia | FILM, a non-fiction film festival, centering on all issues of sustainability. Ms. Moroney is the founder of the Rochester Documentary Filmmakers Group, co-founder of the Rochester Teen Film Festival & the Rochester Teen Film Camp, and teaches documentary film at St. John Fisher College. She was the Managing Director/Programmer for the 360 | 365 Film Festival (2010 and 2011 editions). In 2007, she was the curator for Animated Jazz Shorts from The Hubley Studio, which was a co-presentation by the Rochester International Jazz Festival, Rochester/High Falls Film Festival, and George Eastman House. She has produced several short films including Emily Hubley’s award-winning SET SET SPIKE (2001), which was an official selection in the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. She cut her filmmaking teeth working with Academy Award winner, Faith Hubley, on her last six animated films.

Todd McCammon – is the Television Executive Producer / Assistant Vice President at WXXI (a PBS station) in Rochester, NY. His projects range from documentaries to educational programs for local, statewide and national audiences, including the national series New York Wine & Table and the Rochester International Jazz Festival. His work has garnered numerous Telly Awards, New York State Broadcasters Association Awards, and a New York Emmy nomination. Prior to joining WXXI in 2006, he worked as a post-production editorial, design, animation, and visual effects Senior Producer for Click 3X in New York City. His projects there ranged from national commercials, to branding promos (Showtime, Nickelodeon, & MTV), to Music Videos (Fall Out Boy & Zero 7). He has also produced and directed four award-winning short films that have screened across the globe from the Museum of Modern Art (NYC) to the Oslo International Film Festival.


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