A Home For Stories.

At the Ready

Home to one of the region’s largest law enforcement education program, students at Horizon High School in El Paso train to become police officers and Border Patrol agents as they discover the realities of their dream jobs may be at odds with the truths and people they hold most dear.

All These Sons

On Chicago’s South and West sides, gun violence is destroying countless lives. Two men dedicate their lives educating, empowering and healing young Black men at high risk for being victims or perpetrators-of shootings. Chicago gun violence has made national headlines for decades. While the city responds with aggressive policing, two community members lead programs that […]

Where’s My Roy Cohn

One of the most controversial and influential American men of the 20th Century, Roy Cohn was a ruthless and unscrupulous lawyer and political power broker whose 28-year career ranged from acting as chief counsel to Senator Joseph McCarthy’s Communist-hunting subcommittee to molding the career of a young Queens real estate developer named Donald Trump.

Once Upon a Time in Londongrad

Investigative reporter Heid Blake receives a tip on the death of a multi-millionaire property tycoon, leading her to uncover a web of death that entangles Russian oligarchs, 10 Downing Street and Washington, D.C. Ser across Vladimir Putin’s two decades in power, Once Upon a Time in Londongrad charts how the UK became reliant on Russian […]

Bisbee ’17

BISBEE ’17 is a nonfiction feature film by Sundance award winning director Robert Greene set in Bisbee, Arizona, an eccentric old mining town just miles away from both Tombstone and the Mexican border. Radically combining documentary and genre elements, the film follows several members of the close knit community as they collaborate with the filmmakers […]

From Here to Home

Five short documentaries tell poignant stories of separation and identity and offer a perspective on immigrants’ experiences in America. In these films — produced by Concordia Studio for Op-Docs, The New York Times Opinion section’s series of award-winning short documentaries — see the heartbreak of those detained by ICE and the hope that’s found on […]

‘Aftershock’ co-directed by Fellow Paula Eiselt lands on Hulu July 19th

New York Times – “Despite the difficult subject matter, the film does not wallow in tragedy. Instead, it’s underpinned by optimism and hope: in the families’ fights for change and in efforts on Capitol Hill, particularly the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021, which would be the greatest investment in maternal health in U.S. […]

Accepted Debuts July 1st in Theaters and VOD

ACCEPTED debuts in theaters and VOD (Amazon, Apple TV) today! It’s been so exciting to see the positive response from press so far. LA Times – “By focusing on the collateral damage of the scandal, “Accepted” takes on the whole broken college admissions system.” NYTimes – “It is the resilience of the film’s teenage subjects that lifts […]

Swan Song

Swan Song is a 2021 American science fiction romantic drama film written and directed by Benjamin Cleary and produced by Mahershala Ali, Rebecca Bourke and Jonathan King. The film stars Ali, Naomie Harris, Awkwafina, Glenn Close, and Adam Beach. Set in the near future, Swan Song is a powerful, emotional journey told through the eyes of Cameron (Mahershala Ali), a loving husband and father diagnosed with a […]

Bitterbrush Now Streaming on VOD

BITTERBRUSH is now streaming on VOD! Check out reviews that have been rolling in: IndieWire: “This Is Not Your Father’s Western” Deadline: “A sweeping verite’ look at female range riders..” And ACCEPTED will be opening in theaters next Friday, July 1. Please let me know by Monday if you would like to reserve a ticket for its LA showing […]