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Daniel Buckley Productions helps kids be kids   Leave a comment

The laws have changed about how children in foster care can lead their lives.   From participating in extracurricular activities to staying overnight with a friend, going on date or to the prom, taking field trips and going on trips, more relaxed changes in the law are allowing foster care givers more leeway to grant […]

Anza humanities portraits completed   Leave a comment

If there is one thing I have learned from documentary making it is that the elements of a story can be combined in many ways. It is a puzzle in which the corners and shapes are fluid, at least on the surface of things. The question becomes how best to order and mix elements to […]

Buckley photographs historical treasures   Leave a comment

The Arizona Historical Society has literally hundreds of thousands of artifacts in its collection, and a big anniversary to mark. The organization turns 150 years old in 2014.   To celebrate the occasion, AHS decided to showcase a carefully selected group of 150 artifacts, turning to its staff and volunteers to suggest items that speak […]

Buckley produces short of youth mariachi with Los Lobos   Leave a comment

As production progresses on the documentary The Mariachi Miracle, producer/director Daniel Buckley filmed a very special musical encounter. While Los Lobos was playing at the Rialto Theatre, April 24, 2014 as part of its 40th anniversary tour, the group invited Tucson’s Bulldog Mariachi and Folklorico from White Elementary School to open for them, then played […]

Yuma History documentary premieres   Leave a comment

After nearly six months, a documentary on the history of Yuma, Arizona has been completed and delivered to the Arizona Historical Society. During the production time Daniel Buckley made frequent visits to the southwestern Arizona town to shoot interviews with local historians and film the landscapes and sites where Yuma history unfolded. A snippet from […]