W H O   W E   A R E

 

D A R C Y   B L U E   P R O D U C T I O N S

is a licensed film & video production company based just north of Seattle, WA.

 

T H E   P A C I F I C   N O R T H W E S T

holds unparalleled natural beauty and a wealth of stories to be told. We are devoted to documenting this beauty and helping the people of the PNW share their stories.

N A R R A T I V E   F I L M M A K I N G

is our passion. Our first narrative short 'Margaret' will screen at festivals internationally in 2020 & 21, with several other exciting projects in pre-production.

N O N P R O F I T    O R G A N I Z A T I O N S

are our partners in inspiration. We are happy to provide high-quality video content to Washington's nonprofit and arts organizations on a sliding scale.

V I D E O   W I T H   V I S I O N

F I L M   F O R   A L L

We believe everyone should have access to cinema-quality video content that shares their authentic voice.

L A N D   A C K N O W L E D G M E N T

The stories of the Pacific Northwest all begin with the Indigenous Nations and their modern descendants. We acknowledge that our work takes place on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish Peoples, in particular the Skagit and Stillaguamish Tribes. We are committed to being better listeners and learners, and to lifting Indigenous voices. We vow to commit a portion of our profits to mutual aid funds supporting Tribal communities, particularly those affected by COVID-19.

Visit the Native Land Map and type in your address to identify the Indigenous lands you're on.

Learn more about Coast Salish People and Languages.

Learn more about Skagit Culture and History.

Learn more about the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians.

Rethinking American History.

B L A C K   L I V E S   M A T T E R

Darcy Blue Productions stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in the fight against state-sanctioned violence and white supremacy. We commit ourselves to uplifting the work of Black artists and filmmakers, starting and continuing conversations in the spaces we occupy, and finding and sharing new resources in support of the movement. We vow to commit a portion of our profits to Black Lives Matter - Seattle Chapter, and other organizations we believe in including Black-owned businesses, nonprofits, and mutual aid funds.

Learn more about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Learn more about the See Our Truths movement led by students and alumni of Pace University's Musical Theatre program.

Learn more about The Loveland Foundation, providing healing and mental health support to communities of color, particularly Black women and girls.

Donate to ActBlue bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers.

Type in your address to find a Mutual Aid Fund near you.