Food Evolution aims to address global food security and sustainability questions while exploring how we make the best decisions for ourselves and our planet through the lens of the polarized debate currently raging over GMOs.
Food Evolution, a feature documentary, directed by Oscar-nominated Scott Hamilton Kennedy (The Garden), aims to address global food security and sustainability questions while exploring how and to what extent our biases may prevent us from making the best decisions about science.
And nowhere is this challenge more evident than in the increasingly widespread and polarized debate currently raging over GMO’s – which, as the films shows, has become a proxy for our larger food system issues and a political battleground on which science and ideology seem to be competing for the public’s trust.
SMOKE is the story of one legendary barbecue dynasty, three siblings competing to carry on the family legacy, and the best barbecue you’ll ever eat.
Based on the true, inside story of the search for Saddam Hussein and the interrogator who masterminded his capture-- MISSION BLACKLIST is a gripping, moment-by-moment account of the historic mission and man responsible for bringing down Black List #1.
MISSION BLACKLIST was written by Trace Sheehan, Dylan Kussman and Erik Jendresen (BAND OF BROTHERS) and will be directed by Jesper Ganslandt.
Robert Pattinson is attached to play the lead role, interrogator Eric Maddox.
LOVE & AIR SEX premiered at the SXSW Film Festival to rave reviews, with Variety calling it an "untamed farce" and Ain't It Cool News calling it "incredibly fun and invigorating." It features a cast of rising stars like Ashley Bell (THE LAST EXORCISM I & II), Zach Cregger (THE WHITEST KIDS U KNOW), Sara Paxton (AQUAMARINE, THE INNKEEPERS), Michael Stahl-David (CLOVERFIELD), Marshall Allman (TRUE BLOOD, PRISON BREAK) and Addison Timlin (CALIFORNICATION).
Tribeca Film is releasing LOVE & AIR SEX domestically and Archstone Distribution is handling foreign sales.
GRACE & MERCY is a feature documentary that interweaves the tireless work of Marie Jose Poux who runs an orphanage responsible for over 60 children and her brother, Ben Constant, who is the “Mayor” of one of the largest tent cities in Port-au-Prince. Combining unprecedented access with cinema-vérité footage, director Luis Peña paints a beautiful portrait of a brother and sister team who have dedicated their lives to rebuilding their home country of Haiti. Shot over the course of the year following the devastating January 12th, 2010 earthquake, the film aims to show how Haiti survives -- no matter what -- and will one day thrive again.