Sake in America - The love for, and growth of what used to be a Japanese exclusive drink in America

My first exposure to Sake, properly referred to as Nihonshu, was during my first promotion while studying Karate in 1976.  They served it hot by boiling a large bottle in a pot on top of a Hot Plate.  Sometime during the 80s I was in a Japanese restaurant and had noticed they served Sake.  I asked for some and my server asked if I wanted it hot or cold.  I was intrigued as I never knew it could be drunk cold.  That was all it took.  Yada Yada Yada,  many years later I created the Sake Collective.

Fast forward a few years,  and here we are,  making a documentary film about Sake in America.

Here is a little taste of what's to come:  


Coming soon - In the meantime, please check out our other documentary films


The Documentary Factory - which is a division of AVS Production Company has many films which are either in production or pre-production. They are:

Life Is EL - - Living and working under and around the elevated train tracks in New York City

Step Streets - - Where did the Street go?

Education In Smithtown - - Lots of pencils, lots of books, and we loved our teacher's dirty looks

Sake in America - - The love for and growth of what used to be a Japanese exclusive drink in America

Scams Are Us - - You have it, we'll take it

In Search of Whale Vomit - - It'll help you smell better

Oh Deer - - How we live with our forested friends

Life Before Twitter - - The history of the digital era

Volunteers Of America - - Without Volunteers, we would all be in trouble

Legendary Smithtown - - How a man named Smith settled in for the long ride after a short ride

Tea For Two Billion - - Our love for the second most consumed beverage in the World

The Life Of Death - - Who's there at the end

Smart Phone, Stupid People - - Your phone is getting smarter, but you are getting stupider

1 Dollar For You - - Yes, you can still get things in NYC for only $1 including great Pizza!

The Deadliest Sport - - Is Gymnastics the deadliest sport?

50 Years of Planting Trees - - The history of Earth Day and the related movements

The Trees of NYC - - Did you know there are over 692,892 trees in NYC?

Can It - - What's with all that metal around my stuff?