50 EGGS, LLC. is an independent film and video
production company. To contact us to produce a film, ad, or media
project; for a speaking engagement or presentation; or for other information, please email 50 Eggs
Films by clicking here, or call our offices at 781-237-3329.
Please check out our website at www.50eggs.com.
Other Films from 50 Eggs:
for the Moon.
Released theatrically in a
first-of-its-kind partnership with AMC Theatres (opening in New York,
LA, Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Kansas City).
Tom Friedman, in the New York Times, said this: "Obama
should arrange for this movie to be shown in every classroom in
America. It is the most inspirational, heartwarming film you will
The film was also called "inspiring... should be compulsory viewing in high schools
around the country" (Lael Lowenstein, Variety); "very well made" (Mike
Hale, The New York Times); "important" (Marshall Fine,
Post); "gripping" (Nancy Colasurdo, FoxBusiness.com); "uplifting"
(Siobhan O'Connor, GOOD Magazine); and "simply marvelous" (Curt
Schleier, Film Soundoff). The film has received extraordinary
press in The New York Times, The Financial Times, Fortune Small
Business, Inc. Magazine, BusinessWeek.com, TheAtlanticWire.com, ABC
news, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, NPR, and others. Check out www.ten9eight.com for more information. The film
had its broadcast debut on BET (Super Bowl Sunday) and Scholastic has
released a companion book to the film, Teens Blast Off.
The film also screened as part of the White House Summit, in a special
event hosted by the US Department of Education and the Library of
A Hero for Daisy. Hailed by The New York Times as a “landmark
film,” “inspiring” by TV
Guide, and “fantastic” by
Sports Illustrated, “A Hero for Daisy" is a documentary
film about Title IX pioneer and two-time Olympian Chris Ernst,
galvanized her rowing team to storm the Yale athletic director’s
office in 1976 to protest the lack of athletic facilities for
the women. Nineteen athletes stripped, exposing the phrase “Title
blue marker (Title IX referring to legislation enacted in 1972,
which mandated gender equity for
all institutions receiving federal aid). The story was picked
up by The
New York Times and was carried by all of the major international
outlets the following day. The impact was immediate and national
The film, which has been critically acclaimed
and has garnered awards, aired
nationwide on ESPN, Oxygen, WGBH, and WTSN (Canada) and is in
classrooms across the country. For more information, please log onto www.aherofordaisy.com.
TO ORDER "A Hero For Daisy," click here.
Apple Pie. Called "warm and illuminating, told with deftness
and emotion... priceless" by The
New York Times; "fantastic" -
heartwarming: - Los Angeles Times; "excellent" -
CNN; and selected as a recommended pick by both Entertainment
Weekly and TVGuide, "Apple
which aired on ESPN repeatedly, chronicles 11 extraordinary athletes
and their mothers, including
NFL quarterback Drew Bledsoe and his mother,
Barbara; soccer star Mia Hamm and Stephanie Hamm; NBA star Shaquille
O'Neal and Lucille Harrison; Baseball star Kenny Lofton
and his grandmother Rosie Lou; NBA Star Grant Hill and Janet Hill;
Indy Car driver Sarah Fisher and Reba Fisher; NHL All-star Tony
Granato, Olympic gold medalist Cammi Granato, and Natalie Granato,
among several other stories. For
more information about the film, log onto www.applepiemovie.com.
TO ORDER "Apple Pie,"
here. CLICK HERE for clips of our films.
BlackRock. A film which chronicles the history and entrepreneurial spirit behind
one of Wall Street's most successful asset management firms,
President/CEO: Mary Mazzio
Mary Mazzio, herself an Olympian (1992 Olympic Rowing
wrote, directed and produced "Lemonade Stories", as
well as the award-winning film "A Hero for Daisy" and
critically acclaimed "Apple Pie".
Mary is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and Georgetown
Law School. She has received several awards including
the Gracie Award; the 2001 Women's Sports Foundation Journalism
Luce Foundation Fellowship (to Korea); and a Rotary Foundation
Graduate Fellowship (to France).
Mary, a former partner with the
law firm of Brown Rudnick in Boston, has served on a number of
Boards of Directors including The Shackleton Schools, Sojourner House
(a homeless shelter), The Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras,
Boston Rowing Center, The Head of the Charles Regatta, the National
Rowing Foundation, and World Team Sports (for disabled athletes).
Mary is willing to disclose her height, weight, and true
hair color - but refuses to disclose her golf handicap,
particularly after her performance at the Drew Bledsoe Celebrity
Golf Tournament, where she participated as a celebrity (who nobody
knew). She was, however, heckled by real celebrities: NFL great
Lynn Swann and producer Bobby Farrelly ("There's Something
About Mary" and "Me, Myself, and Irene") for having
brand new golf shoes. She heckled back.
50 Eggs Team
- Lemonade Stories
Director of Photography, Richard Klug
for "Lemonade Stories" is an award-winning
director of photography. Richard has shot numerous
commercials for companies including McDonalds (with
Larry Bird), Hood, Pitney Bowes, Boston Gas, and
The Olive Garden.
Editor, Collin Cameron
One of the most sought after
editors in the region, Collin edits commercials for
companies including Volkswagen, McDonald’s, and Verizon.
He has also edited some of the award-winning commercials for the “Truth” campaign
(the Mass Department of Public Health’s anti-smoking campaign).
Supervising Producer, Michael Dehni
producer with Northern Light Productions (which has
produced award-winning documentaries), Michael is the supervising
producer for this project.
Composer, Sheldon Mirowitz
Sheldon, who owns and runs Verite
Music in Boston, has composed numerous scores for
both film and television. Nova, Outside Providence (by the Farrelly
Brothers), and the Oscar-nominated Troublesome Creek all feature
Still Photographer, Richard Schultz
Richard, an IPA photographer of the year, has shot stills for clients ranging
from Hewlett-Packard, L.L. Bean, Nextel, IBM, and Vanity Fair.
This project could not have been accomplished without
the help and countless hours of those individuals,
each of whom are listed on the Credits Page.
A public speaker, Mary has spoken at numerous events
and ceremonies (both corporate and educational)
across the nation. Please see
for more information.