Launched several large format films including “The Human Body.”
GREEDY LYING BASTARDS
“Greedy Lying Bastards” is a documentary film that presents a searing indictment of the influence, deceit and corruption that defines the fossil fuel industry. Filmed in 14 different locations worldwide, filmmaker and political activist Craig Rosebraugh documents the impact of an industry that continually puts profits before people.
Launched over a dozen large-format films including “Everest,” “Imax Nutcracker,” “Cosmic Voyage” and “Siegfried & Roy.”
Creator of the world’s first interactive motion pictures “I’m Your Man,” “Mr. Payback” and “Ride For Your Life, ” co-produced with Sony New Technologies.
A breakout hit at international film festivals with more than 20 awards, legions of teen-age fans and a Facebook following of some 8500 and counting, “My Suicide” is a disarming, incisive, gripping, powerful, funny and ultimately inspiring exploration of teenage suicide.
Award-winning documentary on the crisis facing our oceans, by acclaimed documentary filmmaker, conservationist, biologist, and author Rob Stewart, winner of more than 60 film festival awards.
An independent film studio that collaborated with Loews Cineplex Entertainment to create a groundbreaking model for bringing movies with no current distribution that have merit, integrity and unique voices to audiences eager for high quality cinema.
Rob Stewart’s environmental thriller “Sharkwater” is a gripping exploration of sharks as an endangered species, winning top film festival awards including the Toronto International Film Festival for best documentary.
The multi-award-winning follow-up to Rob Stewart’s first groundbreaking documentary film Sharkwater (2007) continues his courageous crusade to save sharks from extinction and expose a multi-billion-dollar illegal shark fin industry. Stewart tragically died in a diving accident during the making of the film. His first two films were awarded more than 70 international awards and have been viewed by over 125 million people.
Aaron Davidman’s innovative one-man play, a favorite at film festivals, toured North America for four years. The play made the leap to the silver screen in a film directed by Dylan Kussman.