Delano Manongs

Media Factory's PBS
Documentary Nominated
for the 2015 Emmy


Sikhs in America

Media Factory's 2009 Emmy Award winning documentary


The Bass Player: A Song for Dad

Media Factory's IFTA-nominated documentary


Without A Net

Broadcasted on LinkTV


Little Manila

Broadcasted on American Public Television (APT)


Delano Manongs

Nominated for a 2015 Emmy, the Delano Manongs tells the story of farm labor organizer Larry Itliong and a group of Filipino farm workers who instigated one of the American farm labor movement’s finest hours – The Delano Grape Strike of 1965 that brought about the creation of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW).  For more information please go to

Sikhs In America

Winner of an 2009 Emmy, “Sikhs in America” is a 26-minute PBS documentary profiling the Sikh community in the United States. The program takes a look inside the Sikh community, its religious traditions, home life, and working life and provides a rare view of unique traditions such as arranged marriage and dating. “Sikh’s in America” airs Wednesday, January 30th 2008, 7:30pm PBS station KVIE (Ch. 6) and repeats Sunday February 3rd @ 6pm. Produced by the Media Factory’s Marissa Aroy and Niall McKay, the documentary is narrated by NPR Radio host Sandip Roy.

The Bass Player

“Masterfully Told.” – The Irish Times “Outstanding film.” – Sunday World “Heartwarming.” – The Sun.  Nominated for an Irish Film and Television Academy Award. In this eloquent, witty homage to his father, filmmaker Niall McKay wrestles with his family’s unsettling past to overcome his fear of commitment. As Niall helps his elderly father Jim, a jazz bass player, return home to Ireland, father and son revisit Niall’s tumultuous childhood with an abusive, unpredictable mother and a musician father who was often on the road. Striking many poignant chords, the filmmaker’s evolving notions of family and commitment will charm and amuse. — Carrie Lozano – Mill Valley Film Festival