Milk and Cookie Productions is an independent film company from Boston, Massachusetts.  Specializing in "no-budget" shoestring filmmaking, Milk and Cookie Productions has produced a webtv series and two films which have screened in 5 countries.

Their first film, "The Quarter-Life Crisis" is a comedic short which was an official selection of Bridge Fest 2007 and has screened in Arlington and Cambridge, Massachusetts; Vancouver, St. George's University medical school, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Their second film, "Skin and Bone," is a dramatic short which was an official selection of the Rainier Independent Film Festival and the COMMFFEST (Global) Community Film Festival in Toronto, where it won a Making A Difference Award for "Best Short Comedy Drama Over 30 Minutes."  "Skin and Bone" has screened in Cambridge, Massachusetts; St. George's University medical school; Toronto; and Mt. Rainier in Washington State.