Harbor Light Films is a full service, award-winning video production company based in South Portland, Maine.
Founded in 2004 by documentary filmmaker Scott Hamann, our first major film was “Ubuntu: Kayamandi” — a documentary about the poverty cycle in post-apartheid South Africa. Living in a South African shantytown, we observe a newly democratic nation as it heals its wounds of inequality, and redefines its future. In 2006, Harbor Light Films received an award at the United Nations, as part of the national ‘Film Your Issue’ film festival. This film was also featured during the Sundance Film Festival (2007).
Whether the story is about a homeless child in a third world country, or the family of a fallen Iraq War Marine (learn more), a company’s message to its customers, or a bride and groom’s wedding day…
…every Harbor Light Films production tells a story!