Who are you and what do you do?
My name is Douglas Proce, I am a documentary filmmaker, videographer, and editor.
2. How did you get your start?
I started by filming and editing videos for the dojo I was training at. I discovered I enjoyed the process, and it’s been my focus since then.
3. What inspires you?
I’m inspired by people: my friends, my colleagues, and the people I meet everyday from all walks of life. If you really listen, everyone has something inspirational about them.
4. What do you like about AZ?
What I like most about Arizona is the diverse and vibrant arts culture. It’s something we should all cherish and protect as much as possible.
5. Where can we see you(r) work?
6. What would you like to accomplish before you die?
Before I die, I’d like to become a successful documentary filmmaker. I’d also like to visit the lands of my ancestors, Italy and Romania.
7. What is your mantra?
My mantra is; People will forget your name, your birthday, what you do, etc,.. but they’ll never forget how you treat them – always be kind.
Trailer for the documentary, “Inconvenient Youth”
Official selection, Tucson Film wars
Official Selection, Sherman Oaks Summer Films Series
Promo for “Stories of their sacrifices: PTSD”
Short film, “Falling Out Of Love”
Official Selection, Sherman Oaks Summer Film Series
Short Film, “First Friday”
Trailer for the documentary, “Kata”
Promo for the “I Have A Name Project”
Short film – Official Selection 2015 Phoenix Comicon film challenge, “Special Space Units”