All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert (2011)
"All Me, a documentary about the African-American artist Winfred Rembert directed by Vivian Ducat, tugs the viewer along amiably and then takes you into a darker place, a chapter of history that even the most well-meaning movies set during the civil rights have prettified…And yet All Me is anything but a bitter downer, a history lesson that goes down like castor oil."
Vanity Fair Blog, "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Chainganger."
New-York Historical Society, WWII & NYC (2012)
"The films are terrific. They are succinct and effective in conveying their information and very enjoyable to watch…Her team also created an interactive touch screen map and all of the video kiosk interfaces for the users. This too was really well done."
VP of History, New-York Historical Society
"…Among the fine videos here is a …tour of harbor sites with the historian Kenneth T. Jackson, a consultant for the exhibition…"
The New York Times, "Over There, and Here as Well: ‘WWII & NYC,’ at the New-York Historical Society."
Seeing the City: John Sloan’s New York, Delaware Art Museum (2007)
“Vivian's enthusiasm and expertise wooed us away from another talented firm, and we were delighted with the results. The website is appealing and easy to use for scholars and the general public.”
Curator of American Art, Delaware Art Museum
fdr4freedoms Digital Resource (2012)
"Vivian's work is of very high quality, and she is always professional, efficient, and flexible in managing her projects."
Project Manager, Ithaka S+R