Team MMPI is the team behind the Emmy-nominated "Inside: Malacanang," a documentary about the Philippine presidential palace, and the men closely behind the President, among them, the Presidential Security Group, the presidential food taster and the presidential photographer. The documentary, which had its global run on the National Geographic Channel in 2012, was translated in 22 languages.
Team MMPI also produced a 15-minute documentary about an air cleaning paint, which is proudly Philippine made. Called the "KnoX-Out: The air cleaning paint," it is manufactured by the makers of Boysen paints. Based on scientific research, the paint can "absorb" pollutants from vehicles, thus the government approved of its use along EDSA, Metro Manila’s busiest thoroughfare. The Philippine-made paint has also been used in Mexico, Germany and Hong Kong, to name a few.
The documentary was shown in the National Geographic Channel as part of their "InnovAsians" special.
In 2015, Team MMPI produced "2 Degrees: Panahon Na," a climate change documentary, which premiered on GMA 7. It showed never before seen footage of how supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan) wreaked havoc in Eastern Visayas, and other communities affected, but mostly unaware of rising sea water. "2 Degrees" have been nominated in the Asian TV Awards and Catholic Mass Media Awards and other student award giving bodies.