9.14 Pictures


Don Argott, Owner

Sheena M. Joyce, Owner

Demian Fenton, Editor



Rock School

Two Days In April

The Art Of The Steal

Last Days Here

The Atomic States Of America

As The Palaces Burn

Slow Learners

Batman & Bill


Framing John Delorean

Keep Sweet

Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time

Dio Dreamers Never Die


The Bond - 4 Episodes -discovery

Slugfest - 10 Episodes - Roku

Unsolved Mysteries “Washington Insider Murder” - Netflix

Cat People - 2 Episodes - Netflix

Spector - 4 Episodes -Showtime

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Production Types:

TV Specials & Live Events, Miniseries, Commercials, Documentaries, Music Videos, Direct-to-Video, Interactive & Digital Media, Reality TV, Scripted TV, Film


Director and cinematographer Don Argott formed 9.14 Pictures with producer and director Sheena M. Joyce in 2002. Together with editor Demian Fenton, they created ROCK SCHOOL, the company's first feature-length documentary, about the Paul Green School of Rock Music in Philadelphia. After screening at Sundance and South by Southwest, and given rave reviews by Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and Ebert & Roeper, ROCK SCHOOL was released worldwide theatrically in June 2005, on DVD in September 2005, and on A&E Television in 2006.

The Art Of The Steal, which was named by Roger Ebert as one of the Best Documentaries of 2010, Last Days Here, which won awards at many festivals, including the IDFA PLAY Award for Best Music Documentary at the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam, The Atomic States Of America, As The Palaces Burn, Slow Learners, Batman & Bill, Believer, which won the Best Documentary Award at the Hollywood Film awards as well as Best Documentary at the GLAAD Media Awards.