In Theaters Now
Created Equal: Clarence Thomas In His Own Words
…a new documentary about the Supreme Court Justice and the toxic confirmation he was forced to endure.
On Streaming Now
A More Or Less Perfect Union
…a three-part television series on the Constitution.
Balloon [Release Feb 21, NYC; Mar. 13 LA]
…a new film that tells the true story of two East German families who made a daring escape to the West via a homemade hot-air balloon.
“a very tense cat and mouse game – and a tale of families willing to do anything to stay together and improve their kids’ lives…I found it to be incredibly tense and watchable.”
Mr. Jones [US Release April, 2020]
…a new film about Gareth Jones, the journalist-hero who first tried to warn the world about communist atrocities — and died for it.
“The story of Gareth Jones is such a fascinating one, built on such intrepid, one-man-against-the-system ideals, that it’s a wonder it hasn’t been filmed into oblivion over the past 80 years. A young Welsh journalist who blew the first public whistle on the Holodomor — the man-made famine of 1932-33 in Soviet Ukraine — only to be broadly discredited by his professional peers and murdered before his 30th birthday, he was the quintessential man who knew too much.”