Jean-Luc Godard said, “A film is the world in an hour and a half.” The heart of what we do is storytelling. We are passionate about exploring a variety of stories, characters, themes, and ideas in all genres of filmmaking. If you would like to partner with our production company on a project or you are interested in film investment, please contact us. If you have a film you are trying to distribute, a script you are trying to produce, or any kind of directing or writing sample that you’d like to send us, please use this form. Cast/Crew can submit headshots and/or resumes using this form.
Our Latest Projects
LOUISIANA CAVIAR (Crime/Drama)
Status: Post Production
LOUISIANA CAVIAR is a tale of sin involving good people who, out of desperation, resort to doing bad things that inevitably leave them with life-changing consequences. Starring Cuba Gooding Jr., Famke Janssen, Katharine McPhee, and Richard Dreyfuss. This is Cuba Gooding Jr.’s directorial debut.
LAST SEEN IN IDAHO (Suspense/Thriller)
Status: Coming Soon (April 2018)
LAST SEEN IN IDAHO is a suspenseful story laced with mystery. A woman named Summer witnesses a crime and flees the scene, wrecking her car as she escapes. Days later at the hospital, Summer awakens from a coma but has no recollection of the events that put her there. However, she is having some very strange aftereffects…. when the doctors brought her back from the brink of death, she brought back a little something extra: She’s having visions of her future kidnapping and murder! It’s a race against the clock as Summer tries to figure out who she can trust and who is trying to kill her. The most important question of all is: Can she solve her own murder before it happens and save herself? The film stars Hallie Shepherd, Wes Ramsey, Shawn Christian, and Casper Van Dien.
THE LAST RESCUE (World War II Action-Drama)
THE LAST RESCUE stars Cody Kasch (Desperate Housewives) as Private Lewis, a young soldier unprepared for the horrors of war. His hesitation in battle results in the severe wounding of his commanding officer Captain Beckett (Brett Cullen, The Dark Knight Rises, Lost). Beckett’s life-threatening injury delays the field hospital evacuation and as a result, Lewis and Beckett are stranded behind enemy lines with Lieutenant Maxwell (Darren Keefe), Nurse Corps officer Vera Cornish (Hallie Shepherd) and her subordinate Nancy Bell (Elizabeth Rice, Mad Men). The group takes a high-ranking German officer (Tino Struckmann) as their prisoner and tries to orchestrate an escape. Supporting roles offer unforgettable performances by Gilles Marini (Sex in the City, Dancing with the Stars), Johann Urb (the Resident Evil franchise), Ryan Merriman (Final Destination 3), and Tony Doupe (Safety Not Guaranteed).
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GPS THE MOVIE (Horror/Thriller/Comedy)
A film that doesn’t take itself too seriously, GPS THE MOVIE is a combination of classic horror film elements mixed with silly comedy. The story follows GPS hunt enthusiast Andrew (Daniel Magill), his wild sidekick Bob (Paul Proios), and their group of adventure-seeking college friends as they embark on a GPS treasure hunt in the Northwest wilderness, believing they will find their friend’s hidden two million dollars. Instead of finding money, they find a buried coffin that contains photos of a kidnapped woman and GPS coordinates that lead deeper into the forest. Are the photos real or part of a game?
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MISFITS IN A PEAR TREE (Comedy/Drama/Family)
Status: In Development
Abby, an imaginative, homeless eleven-year-old, enters a contest and wins an invitation for her and her mother to join a group of strangers at a four-day holiday extravaganza at a rich elderly man’s mountain lodge. Abby and her mom make a pact to hide their homelessness from the others. When they arrive at the lodge, they meet a diverse group of holiday contest winners who all harbor their own secrets. Will guests as varied as a former doctor turned unemployed prankster, a moody young woman in a wheelchair, and a man running from the cops be able to have the best Christmas ever?