The Biscuit Factory is an award-winning production company creating long and short form programs, including documentary series, feature documentary film, social media pieces, commercials, and shorts.

Lincoln’s Last Day

Count down the final 24 hours of Pres. Lincoln's life.
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    9/11: Fragments

    Revealing the impact that September 11th has had on all walks of life
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    A Star-Spangled Story: Battle for America

  • Amphibian Rescue

    Amphibian Rescue

    A deadly plague is driving amphibians the world over toward extinction.
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    Civil War 360: The Union

Who We Are

  • Rob Lyall

    Award-winning Director of Photography Rob Lyall creates compelling and stunning images in film and high-definition formats for clients such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, HBO Original Films, Smithsonian Channel, The History Channel, BBC, and many others. Rob is a seasoned, dynamic, and innovative cinematographer, having worked in all corners and environments of the world. With […]

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  • Molly Hermann

    MOLLY HERMANN is an award-winning producer, writer, and director who tells stories with focus, passion and clarity. Having worked around the world in a diverse array of locations – the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, the jungles of Papua New Guinea, the floor of the New York Stock Exchange – a remarkable breadth of experience […]

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What We're Up To


    UPDATE: The KICKSTARTER campaign was a success! Thank you to everybody who donated, we are overwhelmed with gratitude for your support. If you are still interested in donating to the project, please follow this link to donate with PayPal: The Biscuit Factory has launched a Kickstarter campaign for our new independent feature film, WRITTEN OFF: […]

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    When Lightning Strikes: The Making and Meaning of a Patriotic Symbol

    This blog post, written by Molly Hermann, Producer/Writer/Director of “A Star-Spangled Story: Battle for America,” appears on the National Museum of American History’s “O Say Can You See?” blog: As ubiquitous as grass in a yard or mailboxes along the roadside, for Americans, our flag is the king-daddy of symbols. We planted one on the […]

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  • 2013 CINE Awards Gala

    The Biscuit Factory Wins a 2013 CINE Masters Series Award

    On June 17, 2013, The Biscuit Factory was honored at the CINE Awards Gala with a 2013 CINE Master Series Award for “9/11: Stories in Fragments.” ┬áThe Masters Series Award is presented to the “top telecast series and the best CINE Golden Eagle Award-winning production in each CINE Competition division from the previous calendar year.” […]

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