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Feature documentary now in production

When You Die

Does consciousness continue after death?

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Feature documentary

An Uncommon King

In life, the most powerful weapon is gentleness.

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Film Adaptation

Going On - The Movie

Spiritual and worldly pursuits clash with humor
and pathos in this witty one woman stage show
adapted for the screen.

Recent Productions

When You Die

Categories: Documentary, In Development, In Production, News|

The When You Die documentary turns the lens on potential relief for a conflicted society that confuses death with a disease to be cured. Without minimizing the pain and messiness of death we show that it is [...]

An Uncommon King

Categories: Documentary|

An Uncommon King is the biography of Tibetan spiritual teacher Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche who seeks to end aggression in the world. “It does matter what a society thinks about itself.” […]

Going On – The Movie

Categories: Film Adaptation|

Going On – The Movie is a film adaptation of acclaimed actor Elizabeth Richardson’s one-woman stage show that explores the dynamic push – pull between career ambitions and the spiritual life.  […]

67 years of combined experience in the media business our skills include:

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“…[Forgiveness:] is a tremendous body of work. You [Johanna] and your crew deserve to be commended. I hope it’s entered for lots of awards. It deserves every piece of hardware it receives and then some.”
Charles Adler, syndicated radio talk show host
“…[An Uncommon King] is a colourful, fast-moving filmography, orchestrating and integrating image, action, and interview, in which the Uncommon King’s uncommon kingdom is revealed as a kingdom of the heart, his realm as the realm of the mind and its only law the gentleness of the actions the enlightened heart leads to,”
Stephen Pedersen, The Chronicle Herald