What we do
We tell stories in many different forms, connecting you to your audience.
A well-constructed video story is essential to deliver an impactful message. We provide media content for sales meetings, trade shows, fundraising events, training programs and product launches. Check out our work and let’s start discussing what we can do for you.
We create narratives that challenge and inspire us, such as: rebuilding broken lives (“Sister Helen”), children of different faiths (“Trust Me”), the power of forgiveness (“Seeing Proof”), Women’s entrepreneurship in developing countries (“Sweet Dreams”), dance as a way to connect and heal (“Moving Stories”) etc.
The desire for good stories, whether based in reality or conjured from the imaginations of talented writers, is eternal. We actively collaborate with producers, writers and broadcasters on new and exciting programs for television and digital platforms.
Editing and teaching
Rob Fruchtman has edited documentaries for PBS, SHOWTIME and HBO, as well as corporate media for both small companies and the world’s largest multi-national corporations. Mr. Fruchtman loves to teach filmmakers. He has led film workshops in places as diverse as Cambodia, Pakistan and Qatar.
Based in NYC
Glass Half Full has created compelling programs for PBS, HBO, Showtime and many other outlets both in the U.S. and abroad.
Our latest production is the feature documentary film, "Sweet Dreams," (co-produced with Liro Films) which has shown around the world and is currently seen on iTunes, Amazon and Hulu.
Documentary Film – Sweet Dreams
Sweet Dreams is available on these digital platforms
Documentary Film – Sister Helen
Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
Corporate Video – Teva Pharmaceuticals
TV Special – Ancient Splendors
MOVING STORIES follows a dedicated group of New York City dancers as they go around the world to lead dance workshops with marginalized youth. So far, we have filmed in India (with young women subjected to sex abuse and trafficking), Romania (Roma youth facing poverty and exclusion), South Korea (North Korean teenage defectors having difficulty[…]