Who We Are
Dubious Honor is a team of dedicated, experienced, image makers. Led by film making veteran Benjamin Keller, Dubious Honor has more than 15 years experience and can help you focus your story, and tell it in ways that work the way you want it to.
There are eight million stories in the naked city. Yours is one of them. How do you make it stand out? How do you reach the people you want to reach? At Dubious Honor we believe there is a very simple formula. Tell your truth. Your brand truth, your personal truth, your story’s truth, just tell it.
Dubious Honor Productions has created feature length award winning documentary films, corporate works, broadcast works, commercials and web/viral/social media works. We shoot in any environment, and have shot all over the world, from the coastal waters of South Africa to the studios on Forest Avenue. We write, direct, produce, shoot, edit and deliver. We can provide large crews or single shooters. We shoot in the water, in the woods, in the boardroom and in the studio, though we specialize in the great out of doors. Not only do we shoot moving images, we create still images as well.
No matter what you are looking for, Dubious Honor will deliver. Drop us a line now and let’s start a conversation. Contact us.
Benjamin’s first true love was the moving image. He started his career with music videos, then moved into short form works combining subjects he loved, creating images with makeshift equipment. He later moved into outdoor action films and feature length documentary films such as Ishmael, BlueGreen, iMMeRSiON and more. Benjamin’s work has been critically acclaimed in the press, done well on the Film Festival circuit, won awards and been viewed internationally on theater screens, broadcast screens, and on the web. “We all want our work to be meaningful to ourselves and the world in one way or another. I love what I do. There’s always something in each project that fires me up. It’s those aspects, big or small, that drive me to help create the best pieces with our collaborators.”