Legendary Smithtown

Legendary Smithtown

Coming soon - In the meantime, please check out our other documentary films


The Documentary Factory - http://TheDocFactory.com which is a division of AVS Production Company has many films which are either in production or pre-production. They are:

Life Is EL - http://LifeIsEL.com - Living and working under and around the elevated train tracks in New York City

Step Streets - http://StepStreets.com - Where did the Street go?

Education In Smithtown - http://EducationInSmithtown.com - Lots of pencils, lots of books, and we loved our teacher's dirty looks

Sake in America - http://SakeInAmerica.com - The love for and growth of what used to be a Japanese exclusive drink in America

Scams Are Us - http://ScamsAreUs.com - You have it, we'll take it

In Search of Whale Vomit - http://InSearchOfWhaleVomit.com - It'll help you smell better

Oh Deer - http://OhDeerTheFilm.com - How we live with our forested friends

Life Before Twitter - http://LifeBeforeTwitter.com - The history of the digital era

Volunteers Of America - http://VolunteersOfAmericaTheFilm.com - Without Volunteers, we would all be in trouble

Legendary Smithtown - http://LegendarySmithtown.com - How a man named Smith settled in for the long ride after a short ride

Tea For Two Billion - http://TeaForTwoBillion.com - Our love for the second most consumed beverage in the World

The Life Of Death - http://TheLifeOfDeathTheFilm.com - Who's there at the end

Smart Phone, Stupid People - http://SmartPhoneStupidPeople.com - Your phone is getting smarter, but you are getting stupider

1DollarForYou - http://1DollarForYou.com - Yes, you can still get things in NYC for only $1 including great Pizza!

The Deadliest Sport - http://TheDeadliestSport.com - Is Gymnastics the deadliest sport?

50 Years of Planting Trees - http://50YearsOfPlantingTrees.com - The history of Earth Day and the related movements

The Trees of NYC - http://TheTreesOfNYC.com - Did you know there are over 692,892 trees in NYC?

Can It - http://CanItTheFilm.com - What's with all that metal around my stuff?