Cherry Lane Productions

Documentary Films

Cherry Lane Productions offers high-definition video production and editing services for community organizations, cultural foundations, individual artists, musicians, and the general public, for the creation of documentary, educational,
& promotional videos, family story videos, family history, and historical preservation videos.

Click a title in the playlist below to view sample film clips
of Cherry Lane Productions’ Sponsored Videos.





What Is A Classical Song? (HDV, 17:00, 2007). An educational video for the Marilyn Horne Foundation, New York City, with performance/lecture on the art of classical song (Patrick Mullins, Director/Editor)

The Emigrant Savings Bank, Since 1850 (26:00, 2000), A history of the Emigrant Savings Bank, the oldest independent savings bank in NYC (Patrick Mullins, Co-Producer/ Director/Editor) (Co-Producer/Researcher/Writer, Marion R. Casey)

The Alan Freed Story (6:00,1995). A short biographical documentary for The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland, Ohio. Produced by Colossal Pictures, San Francisco/NYC (Patrick Mullins, Associate Producer/Editor)

The Archives of Irish America, New York University Ireland House (10:00, 2001) A promotional video highlighting the unique holdings of the archives at NYU, pertaining to Irish immigration and acculturation to the U.S. (Patrick Mullins, Co-Director/Editor) (Writer/Co-Director, Dr. Marion R. Casey)—no clip available