"The cinema has no boundary. it is a ribbon of dream." - ORSON WELLES
Dir. Mary Kerr
Writ. Mary Kerr & Gary Forrester
RADIOMAN is the unbelievable story of an extraordinary eccentric, a New York street bum of the same (nick)name who overcame homelessness and addiction to become an unlikely New York City movie legend with over 100 small parts to his name.
Featuring interviews with celebrities such as George Clooney, Matt Damon, Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Tilda Swinton, Robin Williams, Jude Law, Josh Brolin, Whoopi Goldberg, Tina Fey and more, the film is a funny, heart-warming, insightful look into a memorable character full of contradictions, of bitterness but also of hope.
Winner - Grand Jury Prize, DOC NYC
Shortlisted for a Grierson Award - Best Newcomer
Official Selection - Hot Docs, Dubai Int'l Film Festival, and more
The Body (short)
Dir. Paul Davis
Writ. Paul Fischer & Paul Davis
Starring Alfie Allen, Hannah Tointon, Chris Brassington, Jack Gordon
The tale of a murderer who uses the cover of Halloween night to causally transport his latest victim from the scene of the crime to his final resting place - with hilarious and horrifying consequences...
Winner - Méliès d'Or, Sitges Film Festival
Winner - Best Short Film, Rhode Island Film Festival
Official Selection - Tribeca Film Festival, Fantastic Fest, FrightFest, Leeds Int'l Film Festival, and more
Tarzan & Arab
Dir. Paul Fischer
Writ. Paul Fischer
The "stunning" (Huffington Post) TARZAN & ARAB tells the story of the Gaza City filmmakers of the same name who, despite living under war and occupation, turned their childhood movie-making dreams into award-winning, critically acclaimed reality. A celebration of movie magic and of the young lives that make the Gaza Strip vibrant, TARZAN & ARAB follows the twins from their young years to the Cannes red carpet.
Winner - Best Short Documentary, Oaxaca Film Festival
Winner - Best Short Documentary, Indy Film Fest
Dir. Alex Prager
Writ. Alex Prager
Starring Bryce Dallas Howard
1960s Los Angeles. Inside a phone booth stands a beautiful woman wearing the portentous femme fatale uniform of red lipstick and high heels. Photographer Alex Prager's first short film is pure cinema - an homage to The Red Shoes and Night of the Hunter: beautiful, chilling, and dream-like.
Executive produced by Paul Fischer for Ten Cent Adventures, shot by Matthew Libatique, and with music by Ali Helnwein, the film played in galleries around the world, including as part of MoMa's prestigious New Photographers 2010 show.
We Rob Banks
Dir. Nicola Harman
Writ. Nicola Harman
The story of the annual Bonnie & Clyde festival in Gibsland, Louisiana - a town where two thirds of the population are black, unemployed, and live under the poverty line; but where hundreds flock every year from all around the country with the sole purpose of celebrating the famous local gangsters. The three-day event reveals the flip side of the American myth, and turns up a few surprising insights into the violent history of the most powerful country in the world.