NATIONAL PBS BROADCAST,  The DOCUMENTARY CHANNEL, Clips shown on NATIONAL TELEVISION, Distribution Internationally.  SKYDCANCER PRODUCTION FILMS  have an audience of millions and have won awards at film festivals from Bet Feature, Best Environmental, Best Nature, and Audience Choice Awards.
Original Screen Plays  – Mara LeGrand has written 8 original screen plays that won outstanding awards and had two options.   She has studied with and honed her skills with some of Hollywood’s leading writing instructors such as Robert McCee,  Writer’s Boot Camp, Rich Krevlon, Gerald Dipagio, Carolyn Miller, Kirk Ellis, Christopher Vogler, Alexander Payne,  Wendell Wellman and Cynthia Whitcomb.
Adaptation of book to Script,
Copy Writing
Production and Direction  of feature films,
Writer – Director: Feature and Documentary Films.
Skydancer Production films have won awards and have been show cased in theaters  including the prestigious Egyptian Theater  in Hollywood, garnering a Los Angeles Movie Award. Her films are broadcast on Television and often show at special community events.
After being the official selections at film festivals coast to coast skydancer production films are broadcast on Television and often show at special community events and independent theaters.
In addition to several Environmental Film Awards her films Wild Horses In Winds of Change won a prestigious Telly Award for Best in Nature Film category for 2011.
Mara LeGrand  was the Co-Producer that wore many hats on the award winning “Ed Meets His Maker”, a short feature film adapted from Larry Sarezky’s book of short stories: When We Were
What people say:
“Thank you for sharing your absolutely lovely and beguiling film with me which I had the pleasure to watch late last night. It was so sweet, shot in such a loving manner, background music hitting just the right tone and mood, not pedantic and not too long! It’s one of the most “honest” films I’ve seen in other words, I really liked it a lot!”
 – Kim Larson, West Chester County,  NY.

“The way you figured out how to put the film together was genius. I was so drawn into the music and the film it was hard to decide what to let take me away. Each time I watch it I discover new parts I love about it.”
– Joni MacCateer, Pagosa Springs, Colorado

“It’s a good story with good characters about an important cause.” 
– Ray Parker, author. Santa Monica, California,  about Heart & Soil

“Beautifully crafted and very persuasive ” Library Journal 

” I give  “Wild Horses In Winds of Change ” Two Thumbs Up!  It is Informative, moving, non-preachy, includes thoughtful commentaries, inspirational images and it’s remarkable rendering leads the viewer to become more sensitive to the issues surrounding America’s mustang herds… something this nation needs.  Great job! ”  
– David Martin Anderson,  Author of The Last Good Horse.