We are a one-stop shop for documentary-style video production.


Story Consultation & Development

We work with you to hone goals & audience and identify the most compelling stories.


Video Production & Editing

We bring our unique cinematic vision to every project, using evocative visuals and innovative storytelling.


Audience & Outreach

Video is just one tool in a larger marketing toolbox. We show you how to use it best.


Fate of a Salesman

Independent Film

The Guardians

Independent Film

Research & Innovation

Client Work

A Changed Life

Client Work

Reflections on 20 Years

Client Work

A Story of Peace

Client Work

This is Malteser International

Client Work

What is the JLN?

Animation / Client Work

Alvin & Arlene

Client Work

Who We Are


Ben Crosbie

A co-founder of Eidolon Films, Ben serves as director of photography, editor and all around tech guru. A graduate of Georgetown University, Ben worked in digital media at the National Geographic Channel prior to Eidolon. Ben’s still photographs have been published in the Washington City Paper, Hill Rag and East of the River Magazine, as well as being recently exhibited at the Long View Gallery in Washington, DC.  Ben is a two-time grant recipient from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and was named June 2012 “filmmaker of the month” by the DC Film Office. In his spare time he plays guitar in the local rock band Proxy States, and is an ardent science evangelist. 


Tessa Moran

A co-founder of Eidolon Films, Tessa serves as producer and big picture thinker.  A graduate of Georgetown University, Tessa has a background in journalism, having covered health care policy and economics for Thomson Reuters before co-founding Eidolon Films. She continues to write arts and features articles for local publications including the Washington City Paper, Hill Rag and East of the River Magazine.  She currently serves as a board member to Docs in Progress, a non-profit dedicated to creating and fostering a supportive community for documentary filmmaking.  In her free time, she is a volunteer mentor at Project Northstar, an avid cook and globe trotter. 

Capitol Hill, Washington DC