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So B. It

For as long as Heidi can remember, her mentally challenged mother has had only 22 words in her vocabulary, and the precocious 12 year-old doesn't have a problem with that. Bernadette, their loving neighbor, provides them a bubble of love and protection. Then, a new word pops out of Mama's mouth - the mysterious soof - and it changes everything. Heidi is propelled on a solo cross-country journey of discovery and loss, truth and identity.

SO B. IT received a limited theatrical release and is distributed by Good Deed Entertainment.

“Sad, beautiful, and unique, this sympathetic coming-of-age tale based on Sarah Weeks' novel about a determined young girl with a mysterious past will resonate with adults, tweens, and teens.” - Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media

In Utero

IN UTERO is a cinematic rumination on what will emerge as the most provocative subject of the 21st Century – life in the womb and its lasting impact on human development, human behavior, and the state of the world.

Scientists, psychologists, doctors, midwives and mothers discuss how cultural and environmental stressors affect women during pregnancy, directly influencing their children. IN UTERO brings together for the first time convincing data that explains why some of us face challenges from the start while others thrive, proving that we are much more than just our genes.

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Political candidate Grant Cogswell has his own set of image problems, starting with the fact that he likes to dress up as a polar bear and he's currently an unemployable music critic. In Stephen Gyllenhaal's bittersweet, uplifting comedy GRASSROOTS - based on the true story of the 2001 Seattle City Council election - Cogswell becomes the mono-maniacal man of the people, rallying an unlikely posse of misfits, slackers and square pegs to his seemingly hopeless David-and-Goliath battle against firmly entrenched incumbent. GRASSROOTS received a limited theatrical release and is distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

“…a witty, well-cast, sometimes ingeniously paced political comedy…” - John Hartl, Seattle Times

The Making of Driven

DRIVEN began filming in Puerto Rico in September 2017. Four days after principal photography commenced, Hurricane Maria hit the Island. This is the story of the local crew who pulled together to help finish a wild period comedy in the wake of the most devastating tropical storm of the past century.

THE MAKING OF DRIVEN premiered at the 2018 Venice Film Festival.

Sita, a Girl from Jambu

Adapted from a street drama conceived and staged by village girls in rural Nepal, SITA tells the story of a young girl who is trafficked into sexual slavery. An innovative blend of documentary and fiction, SITA offers an intimate view of everyday life and the cultural and economic factors that lead to the exploitation and prostitution of women and children in Nepal. The film was made in collaboration with local grassroots organizations and shot on location in the heavily trafficked Eastern Terai region, near the Indian border.

An official selection at over 30 festivals, and winner of 7 awards, SITA is distributed by New Day Films and can be purchased here.

Lychee Thieves

It’s lychee season and Arnie and Ethel have a magnificent lychee tree that everybody in the neighborhood is salivating over, but they’re determined to keep the fruit all to themselves. Their neighbor, Mrs. Chun, believes the branches hanging over her fence belong to her, but has a foreboding dream about the fate of the tree. Meanwhile, local fruit picker Keoki gets ready to pick the lychee “the island way.”

Lychee Thieves explores the humorous and sometimes contentious interactions among the culturally and ethically diverse people of Hawai'i, prompting longtime local critic Burl Burlingame to describe it as "the most accurate depiction of life in Hawai'i yet committed to film."