Past Projects


The Comeback Trail sees Robert De Niro play Max Barber who, in debt to mob boss Morgan Freeman, creates an insurance fraud by casting washed-up, suicidal cowboy/movie star Duke Montana (Tommy Lee Jones) in a poorly written Western with the intention of killing him during the first days of filming. Surprisingly, Duke somehow rises to the occasion, thereby redeeming his past misdeeds, and brings Max and others along on the same journey. Read more

Status: Coming Soon

Directed by: George Gallo

Starring:Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones, Morgan Freeman, Emile Hirsch, Zach Braff


The story centers around Arthur Bretnik (Aaron Eckhart), a mentally unstable private investigator, who, after being hired to probe a suspicious death in the small town of Wander, becomes convinced the case is linked to the same ‘conspiracy cover up’ that caused the death of his daughter. Read More

Available on all major Streaming Platforms.

Directed by: April Mullen

Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Katheryn Winnick, Tommy Lee Jones, Heather Graham


The film follows a pair of low-level drug runners in the Dixie Mafia, Kyle (Liam Hemsworth) and Swin (Clark Duke), who live by the orders of an Arkansas-based drug kingpin called Frog (Vince Vaughn), whom they’ve never met. when a deal goes horribly wrong, deadly consequences are soon to rattle the duo’s routine lives. Read more

Available on all major streaming platforms.

Directed by: Clark Duke

Starring: Liam Hemsworth, Vince Vaughn, John Malkovich, Michael Kenneth Williams


The amazing true story of how Willie O’Ree broke color barriers amidst racial tensions in the 1960s by becoming the first Black man to play in the NHL. Willie O’Ree is a name that few know, but those that do adore him and his legacy. He endured racism on and off the ice but persevered in making his dreams come true and joining the NHL, all while being blind in one eye. For the past 20 years, he has been a large part of youth Diversity programs promoting hockey within underprivileged communities and a friend to children who have experienced racism.

His goal has been to make hockey for everyone, regardless of gender and race. He is an inspiration to children and hockey players everywhere and deserves to be a name that every child knows. This year, the long, overdue wait is over, and Willie will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Status: Available on ESPN