Beasts of No Nation
The Dwarvenaut is the a dreamlike glimpse into the visionary mind of Brooklyn-based artist and entrepreneur Stefan Pokorny. An art prodigy obsessed with Dungeons and Dragons, who attempts to bring his most ambitious work to life through Kickstarter. Directed by Josh Bishop, the film premiered at SXSW in 2016.
Made In Japan
Forgetting the Girl
From director Nate Taylor, Forgetting the Girl is an award-winning, feature length psychodrama starring Christopher Denham that premiered at film festivals in 2012 and was released throughout North America in October, 2013. You can find more information about it here or watch it on iTunes or Amazon.
Duck Beach to Eternity
Called the "Mormon Jersey Shore" by the Daily Beast, this feature length documentary explores the distinctive aspects of Mormon single life by following four LDS singles on their all-consuming quest to fulfill what they believe to be the purpose of life on earth: to find a soulmate and have a family.
It premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival in 2012, and was later acquired by the BBC for international audiences.
The Big Picture
"The Big Picture" is a 8 part web series focusing on the impact humans have on wildlife. The series follows scientists and volunteers at the Marine Mammal Center and International Bird Rescue Center, two institutions dedicated to saving wildlife effected by pollution. Sponsored by Dawn Soap and narrated by Rob Lowe, the series was shortlisted for the "Best Video Series" at the 2013 Mashies Awards.
Y-Now is a 5 part documentary for NBC Universal exploring the unique challenges that face generation Y.