Maine Coast harvest was produced by GoodFight Media.
GoodFight Media is a film production company based in the heart of Washington, DC. They create original content including documentary films, commercials and branded content.
Whether their clients are television networks, corporations or non-profits, their work engages hearts, challenges minds and starts meaningful conversations.
GoodFight’s films have premiered at the world’s most competitive film festivals and their commercials have won several elite advertising awards.
Patrick White is the president and executive producer at GoodFight Media—a production company based in Washington, DC. GoodFight has a reputation for producing independent documentaries, cinematic ads and web series that propel action through empathy. His film “I Am Yup’ik” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; his web series “Run Mama Run” premiered at Tribeca and was later nominated for an Emmy. He has also won several advertising awards including the Addy, the Webby and the Shorty. He is now in post-production on a feature film about first time female political candidates.
Nathan Golon is a cinematographer, director, and co-founder of GoodFight Media based in Washington, DC. Nathan grew up in rural Maine, studied at Boston University, and has since filmed in nearly 40 countries. He has worked as a cinematographer for documentaries that have premiered at the Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals, as well as on shorts and series for clients including National Geographic, PBS, ESPN, Discovery, the NFL Network, Smithsonian, and the UN Foundation.
Emilie is a filmmaker whose love for visual storytelling has led her around the world – after living in Japan for two years, she moved to Singapore where she pursued her Graduate Film MFA at New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia. Since then, her work has screened at international film festivals across the world.
She is currently in post-production for her graduation thesis film, APRIL IN WINTER, which was shot in the North Woods of Maine in February 2017. APRIL IN WINTER won the Panavision New Filmmaker Gold Circle Award for Best Student Film from the Caucus Foundation for Directors & Writers in Los Angeles. The film is also the recipient of the 2018 NYU Riese Award Grant.