A combination “before the rage” and “after the rage” of middle weight boxing champion Jake LaMotta , this father son redemption story chronicles Jake’s tumultuous life growing up in 1930’s Bronx rising from a bare knuckle street fighter to Boxing Champion of the World and his subsequent fall thereafter.
Writers: Rustam Branaman and Martin Guigui
Stars: William Forsythe, Natasha Henstridge, Joe Mantegna
In a quiet little town, funeral home director Mr. Ely (Dennis Quaid) is a respected member of the community…but he has a terrifying secret lying beneath the ground. Four high school friends think they’ve seen a ghost in Mr. Ely’s house. But when they decif cattle call to break in to find out, their lives take a murderous turn that will plunge them into a chilling battle for survival. This edge of your seat thriller will make you think twice before turning off the lights.
Writer: Bruce Wilkinson
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Tony Oller, Aimee Teegarden, Stephen Lunsford, Devon Werkheiser, Dahlia Waingort, Brett Cullen
Distributor: Image Entertainment
From the Executive Producers of “Blackfish” comes their latest Documentary “NEWMAN” Legendary American A-social backwoods inventor, Joe Newman, haps onto a brilliant discovery that ends the need for oil, gas and nuclear dependency as we know it, but spends most of his life fighting conspiracy and Washington, DC for a patent.
Distribution: Submarine Entertainment
Three lonely guys set up a fake casting call to find the best lady for a little real-life action. Sherman and Glenna are looking for a leading lay, but Riche Ray is looking for true love. Just when they find the perfect girls for the roles, the truth comes out. Now these actresses don’t want the part, they want revenge. Hold onto your hear and protect your private parts, this Cattle Call is going to get rough.
Writer: Martin Guigui
Starring: Thomas Ian Nicholas, Jenny Mollen, Nicole Eggert, Chelsea Handler, Andrew Katos, Diedrich Bader, Paul Mazursky, and Jonathan Winters
Driven by a live rockin’ soul soundtrack, this madcap mocumentary-road movie depicts the escapades of musician Benny Bliss, who has recently broken out of a mental institution. Having an epiphany during shock therapy to rid the planet of all electronic gadgets, which he believes is thwarting the growth and evolutionary process of humanity as we know it, Benny is now lose in the world and on a mission.
This uniquely original comedy takes us on a hilarious, rock n’ roll infused, unpredictable ride that culminates in one of the most original “Woodstock-esques “ concert sequences you have ever seen.
Writers: Martin Guigui
Stars: Courtney Gains, Yvonne Delarosa, Ruperto Vanderpool, Dahlia Waingort, Peter Wooster
Story by: Courtney Gains, and Michael Hateley
Based on the award-winning play “Colored Eggs,” Changing Hearts is a drama/comedy about life, loss and love among an eccentric group of characters whose lives intersect under less than ideal circumstances. Amber Conners and irritable Betty Miller find themselves bonding as they both battle breast cancer. Through the transference of love you see the power that someone can have on everyone they touch. This movie will change the way you face fear, death and life.
Starring: Lauren Holly, Faye Dunaway, Ian Somerhalder, Tom Skerritt
Writer: Daniel Wright
Director: Martin Guigui
This slice-of-life quirky comedy, based on actual events, depicts an Italian-Jewish wedding reception, which brings together an array of characters who “we’ve all met before”. Starring comedy and music icons, this cleverly shot, very original film captures the mosaic hilarious moments that Writer/Director Martin Guigui experienced having played weddings as a musician and band leader
Starring: Dom DeLuise, Deborah Gibson, Mo Gaffney, Kelly Bishop, Jon Fishman, Bernie Sanders
Anthony is a young man caught between the dream of being a full-time musician and pleasing both his father and goal-oriented fiancé. Encouraged by his Great Uncle Bill, Anthony finds inspiration in a beautiful, enigmatic older woman who teaches him to follow his heart and find happiness through swing dancing.
Director: Martin Guigui
Starring: Tom Skerrit, Jacqueline Bisset, Jonathan Winters, Nell Carter, Constance Brenneman, Innis Casey, Dahlia Waingort, and Jim Hanks