FLIGHT 93
PRIME TIME EMMY NOMINATION
(Not rated, 90 min.)


"…there's no juicing the drama beyond the music and camera work that gives this hybrid production a thriller's pace and silver screen sheen."
—Pittsburgh Post

"…the film's makers manage this vivid re-creation without falling into traps…the film gives the story its due without a brass band or excessive claims of heroism…"
—Wall Street Journal

"It brims with rage, grief and redemption. It will break your heart and then mend it again."
—Miami Herald

"Absolutely riveting film about a group of heroes who went down fighting."
—Hollywood Movie Guide

"Discovery Channel… (with) these families have subverted some tired conventions on how to report on grief and loss, without Sturm und Drang, and honored their dead in an original and useful way."
—New York Times

"It's compelling television."
—Hollywood Reporter

"Innovative…Very little remained of the aircraft, its 33 passengers and seven crew members, but after watching this movie, you will never forget their voices or their deeds."
—New York Post

FINDING JENUA
(Not rated, 90 min.)

"You know when you see a preview for a movie and say yeah that looks okay but you aren’t so sure, but you decide to see it any way? And are completely blown away? That would be Finding Jenua!"

"…and there are heartbreakingly beautiful shots that will bring you to your knees."
—Film Threat

"…a quiet, humble masterpiece."
—Moving Pictures Magazine

QUALITY OF LIFE
WINNER, BERLIN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, HONORABLE MENTION
WINNER, STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, BEST YOUTH FILM
(Rated R, 85 min.)


"…Benjamin Morgan doesn't oversell the story, deploying Kev Robertson's moody cinematography to maximum effect"
—Village Voice

"A powerful and emotionally satisfying film"
—San Francisco Chronicle

"Skillful storytelling"
—New York Times

"An authentic looking glimpse into an exotic world"
—Variety

"Streetwise honesty…powerful"
—Seattle Post

"…a cult following, and not without reason: It's well acted sharply observed, and authentically gritty."
—New York Magazine