To date the company has line produced or produced the following films across a variety of genres.

Miss Nobody (est. release - 2010)
Starring Leslie Bibb, Adam Goldberg, Kathy Baker, Missi Pyle
Credits: Co-Executive Producers

A darkly comic story about a young woman trapped by her circumstances.  Sarah Jane McKinney (Bibb), raised by a working class single mother, reaches her glass ceiling at the secretarial level.  When a back door to the executive offices at Judge Pharmaceuticals unexpectedly opens she seizes the day, and there is no turning back.

The Family Tree (est. release - 2010)
Starring Hope Davis, Dermot Mulroney
Credits: Co-Executive Producers

Family Tree is an edgy yet heartfelt comic story about Bunnie (Davis) and Jack Burnett (Mulroney) and their high school aged offspring, Eric and Kelly.  The Burnetts, living the "American Dream," find their usual family dysfunction shifted into hyper-drive when Bunnie, while engaging in a tryst with her next door neighbor, suffers a blow to her head creating a 16-year gap in her memory.  Domestic and romantic chaos ensue.

American Violet American Violet (2008)
Starring Will Patton, Alfre Woodard, Michael O’Keefe, Tim Blake Nelson
Credits: Line Producer/ Associate Producer
Movie Website : http://www.americanviolet.com/

Based on actual events, American Violet tells the story of Dee Roberts, a 24– year old single mother of four who is wrongly swept up in a drug raid that imprisons 15% of the black population of her small Texas town. Facing up to 25 years in prison, and with the custody of her children at stake, Roberts refuses to accept a plea bargain and decides to take on the county’s powerful District Attorney. Featuring a powerful ensemble cast (Nicole Beharie, Alfre Woodard, Charles Dutton, Tim Blake Nelson, Will Patton, and Michael O’Keefe), American Violet confronts issues of race, class, and drug policy to offer a riveting portrait of a broken justice system and the power of one determined voice to change it. 102 minutes.
Shuttle Shuttle (2008)
Starring Tony Curran, Peyton List
Credits: In association with, Producer, Co-Producer
Weblink (SxSW): http://2008.sxsw.com/film/screenings/film/F10118.html?sxswq=shuttle

When Jules (Cameron Goodman) and Mel (Peyton List) return from a girls' weekend vacation, they find themselves stranded at the airport, late on a rain-drenched night. Wanting just to get home safe and sound, they board an airport shuttle with a helpful, friendly driver (Tony Curran) for the short trip... that turns out to be anything but safe. From writer-director Edward Anderson, making his directorial debut, comes a terrifying thriller about a night that starts like any other, and a ride home that descends into darkness.
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Black Irish (2007)
Starring Brendan Gleeson, Michael Angarano, Melissa Leo
Credits: In association with, Producer, Executive Producer
Movie website: http://www.blackirishmovie.com/

Sixteen-year-old Cole McKay’s (Michael Angarano) struggle for independence is put to the test as his South Boston Irish-Catholic family implodes around him. Older brother Terry (Tom Guiry) is descending into a life of drugs and crime, pregnant sister Kathleen (Emily VanCamp) is being sent away to cover the shame of unwed motherhood (Melissa Leo) and Cole’s father, Desmond (Brendan G
leeson), spends his days in a fog of alcohol and self-pity, silently torturing himself over what might have been. The one thing keeping young Cole’s head above water is his love of baseball. A talented pitcher, Cole overcomes self-doubt and family indifference to fight his way into the state championships. To get there however, he must make a life and death decision, a decision that will change the McKay family forever.

Legend of Lucy Keyes The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2006)
Starring Julie Delpy, Justin Theroux
Credits: Lead Producers
Movie website: http://www.lucykeyes.com/lucy/film/

The Legend of Lucy Keyes is a supernatural thriller that explores the devastating consequences of a parent losing a child. Guy (Justin Theroux) and Joanne Cooley (Julie Delpy) have lost a child seek a fresh start and a quieter place to raise their two young daughters, Molly and Lucy. Drawn to a 300 year old inherited family property in the picturesque, bedroom town of Princeton, Massachusetts, they find the perfect 18th century farmhouse. They begin to discover, however, that this house has a history. It was the home of Robert and Martha Keyes and their daughter Lucy who mysteriously disappeared 250 years ago. As soon as they move in, strange things begin to happen.
Disappearances Disappearances (2006)
Starring Kris Kristofferson, Genevieve Bujold
Credits: Producers
Movie website: http://www.disappearancesmovie.com/

The Time: 1932, just months before the repeal of Prohibition. The Place: Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, the edge of the North Country frontier straddling the Vermont/Canadian border. Based on the award-winning novel by Howard Frank Mosher. Legendary actor/songwriter Kris Kristofferson (Blade, The Jacket, Dreamer, A Star is Born, Lone Star, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore) stars as schemer and dreamer Quebec Bill Bonhomme -- in a spellbinding tale of high-stakes whiskey-smuggling, a family's mysterious past, and a young boy's rite of passage.
At Last At Last (2005)
Starring Martin Donovan, Kelly Lynch
Credits: Producer/ Associate Producer
Movie website: http://www.atlastthemovie.com/

Mark, (Martin Donovan) and Sara (Kelly Lynch) are inseparable friends as teenagers growing up in the late 60's in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. When Mark's family moves to New Orleans in the early 70's, their relationship deepens into love through their letters. When their letters confessing this love, however, are secretly taken by Mark's mother (Brooke Adams), both believe they have been rejected. 25 years later,
Mark and Sara live in separate cities and both are unhappily married to someone else. Mark discovers the once-hidden letters and contacts Sara, rekindling their old friendship. Mark invites Sarah to secretly rendezvous in New Orleans. In one weekend, each must try to assess the person each as become, and to determine if they were really meant to be.