Moving Circle Pictures is a full-service video production and filmmaking company with headquarters in Brunswick, Maine.
Our work with small businesses, large corporations, non-profit organizations and independent films takes us all over Maine, New England and beyond.
MCP’s mission is to create quality films and videos that engage, enlighten, inspire and contribute to society in a positive way.
We can help with specific phases of your project or carry the entire production to satisfied completion:
Producing & Production Management
Graphic Design & Animation
We are storytellers with heart, storytellers with an eye for detail and storytellers with years of production experience. Collaboration, clear communication and a creative spirit are key to all of our productions and relationships. We are known for our flexibility, problem-solving skills and our authentic, down to earth style.
Our projects are diverse and come in all shapes and sizes – film and television productions, marketing, corporate and educational videos, short and long form documentaries – one thing remains constant, they all get the same attention and care. Our work is a labor of love and we take pride in helping others bring their stories to life.
Contact us if you would like to collaborate on your next project.
MCP was founded in 2012 by Jennifer Widor Smith. Jen received her undergraduate degree in psychology and worked in the marketing and design fields before embarking on a career in film and video production in 2000. She initially split her time between Los Angeles and Portland (Maine) working on commercial productions and feature films before settling down in Maine to work ten years at Catama Productions as a producer, director, editor and videographer. Jen’s experience stretches from filming U.S. Presidents on the coast of Maine to working as a costumer on sets with mountain lions in the canyons of California, giving her a diverse set of skills and knowledge.
She welcomes opportunities to learn and gain new experiences. In the early 2000’s she collaborated with Portland-based theater company Acorn Productions as a director, stage manager and actor; and for MovieMaker Magazine as a freelance copy editor. She currently sits on the Board of the Emerge Film Festival. Time permitting, you can also find her collaborating with other film professionals on their own independent films, documentaries and videos.
We are excited to be working with MMGM and Paulus Design Group on a series of videos and short film installations for the Museum. Each project is designed to educate and engage visitors in an entertaining and memorable way. We are employing state of the art technology and broadening the borders of our storytelling methods. MMGM will be open to the public in late 2016.
The goal of Orton’s Community Heart & Soul program is to strengthen the social, cultural, and economic vibrancy of towns across the U.S. MCP was asked to create a series of short documentaries to record this dynamic process. We are currently filming the Community Heart & Soul process in Laconia, NH.
Click here to see a sample of work from Laconia Heart & Soul.
Click here to see a sample of work from Gardiner Heart & Soul.
In June, we worked on a series of 60-second videos with Rinck Advertising created to bring awareness to how tobacco use touches people’s lives. We interviewed a group of Maine legislators and… Read more
Huge thanks to Gergana of bg2770design for creating MCP’s new logo. We love it!… Read more
Filming has begun on our year-long project with The Orton Family Foundation in Laconia,… Read more
Jennifer of MCP has been instrumental with the Orton Family Foundation’s work in towns in the Northeast. We trust her talent and instincts to capture what’s important for our message and put together videos that tell our story, present a project, or clarify a process in an inspired and inspiring way.
By necessity, much of the time we have to work remotely, so our confidence in her is essential and her work is making a difference. She is a fabulous team player we can rely on to be responsive, creative and timely.
– Fran Stoddard, Orton Family Foundation