David Flander, in Asheville, N.C., heads an award-winning production company specializing in creative documentaries, long format film, video projects and customized television and radio commercials.

Expanding to Western North Carolina (WNC), David Flander Production & Marketing has offices in both Asheville and Charleston, SC, and provides print design and production, marketing consultation, research, and complete market mix strategies and media placement in North Carolina, South Carolina, and throughout the United States. DFPro also handles international distribution.
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David Flander Productions, PO Box 8498, Asheville, NC 28814____ Email us, or call 843-795-0123. Thank you.

 

 

David Flander Productions is currently using the award-winning Panasonic 900 24p camera. This creates a revolutionary digital image with the look and feel of film, but at a fraction of the cost.

DFPro utilizes the industry's top professionals in video, graphics and audio, then couples them with state-of-the art equipment and techniques, thus maximizing our production values.

We consistently deliver to our clients fresh and creative media, guar anteed to be both custom-made and highly effective.

We consistently deliver to our clients fresh and creative media, guaranteed to be both custom-made and highly effective.

David Flander won an Emmy Award for Keeper of the Gate, a documentary he wrote and produced about the life and times of 84 year-old Philip Simmons, a blacksmith and artisan from Charleston, SC.

He also directed Parent’s Notes with Bobbi Conner, the TV version of a syndicated children program currently on National Public Radio.

Producer David Flander holds an MBA from the prestigious Citadel Business School. Many College of Charleston interns have trained with DFPro, gaining both college credit and industry experience.

In 1988 David hosted a late night talk and movie show called Up All Night with Dave, similar to Wayne’s World, but it aired long before Saturday Night Live got the idea.