We've worked on award-winning films that have screened at numerous festivals including Sundance, Slamdance, Tribeca, SXSW and Palm Springs Shortsfest. Our collaborations have also been featured on HBO, Refinery 29, New York Times Op-Docs and Short of the Week.
Before You Know It
A long-kept family secret thrusts codependent, thirty-something sisters Rachel and Jackie Gurner into a literal soap opera that proves that you really can come of age, at any age. See it in theaters now! Directed by Hannah Pearl Utt.
Ollie (Tessa Thompson) is a reformed drug runner in an economically depressed small town in North Dakota. After her mother dies, Ollie’s sister Deb (Lily James) shows up on her doorstep with a hungry child and an unplanned pregnancy. Ollie can only see one viable option: quickly raise money to pay back the bank and hold onto their mother’s home. But to do that, she’ll need to return to the dangerous way of life she thought she’d left behind. Directed by Nia DaCosta.
A group of friends, who also happen to be fighter pilots in outer space, struggle to keep their squad together despite their growing differences. Directed by Michael Lukk Litwak.
Kate Can’t Swim
When her best friend returns from Paris with a new lover, Kate's life is thrown off track. Encountering new personalities, old promises and sexual fluidity, Kate must decide to stay on her current path or burn it down to forge a new one. Directed by Josh Helman.
This anthology series, starring Zosia Mamet and Gugu Mbatha Raw, reimagines classic fairy tales through the perspective of its female characters, whose overlapping stories take place in the same small town. Directed by Jennifer Morrison.
Lucia, Before and After
After traveling 200 miles, a young woman waits out Texas’ state-mandated 24-hour waiting period before her abortion can be proceed, in this Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner. Directed by Anu Valia.
Watching You Watching Me
This Refinery29 Shatterbox Anthology short film takes a deep dive into how we are perceived in this world through the skin of that person. “Watching You Watching Me” is a perfect example of how we react to otherness — and how it feels to have those micro-aggressions seep into our core. Directed by Pamela Romanowsky.
The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano
Photographer Phil Toledano, known for capturing his own life in pictures, is obsessed with his own demise. The film follows Phil as he documents all the dark paths that his future could take. Meanwhile, his wife and daughter sit on the sidelines, worrying that this project will leave Phil unable to envision a positive future. Directed by Joshua Seftel.
A Patriot’s Mission
This documentary shines a light on the immense amount of money it takes to run a successful political campaign and the need to reduce the influence of money in American elections. Directed by Razan Ghalayini.