Films Produced

LITTLE WOODS

LITTLE WOODS

(post-production)

Directed by Nia DaCosta

Written by Nia DaCosta

Starring Tessa Thompson, Lily James, James Dale, Lance Reddick, and Luke Kirby

Genre: Drama

Produced by Rachael Fung and Gabrielle Nadig


 

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

Sony Pictures Classics, 2017

Directed by Luca Guadagnino

Written by James Ivory, based on the novel by Andre Aciman

Starring Armie Hammer, Timothee Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel, and Victoire Du Bois

Genre: Drama

Produced by Luca Guadagnino, James Ivory, Peter Spears, Howard Rosenman, Rodrigo Teixeira, Emilie Georges, and Marco Morabito


Trailer


“Ravishingly sensual…earns [the director] a place in the pantheon alongside such masters
as Pedro Amodóvar and François Ozon.

Variety

 

The House of Tomorrow

THE HOUSE OF TOMORROW

Shout! Factory, 2018

Directed by Peter Livolsi

Written by Peter Bognanni and Peter Livolsi
Based on the novel by Peter Bognanni

Starring Ellen Burstyn, Nick Offerman, Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, Maude Apatow, and Michaela Watkins

Genre: Comedy-Drama

Produced by Danielle Renfrew Behrens and Tarik Karam

Executive Producers: Ellen Burstyn, Nick Offerman, and Tom Dolby


A seamless blend of adolescent self-awareness, fearlessness and vulnerability...
unexpectedly [reveals] sensitive depths.

The Hollywood Reporter

 

L.A. TIMES

IT HAPPENED IN L.A.

The Orchard, 2017

Written and Directed by Michelle Morgan

Starring Michelle Morgan, Jorma Taccone, Dree Hemingway, Kentucker Audley, Margarita Levieva, and Tate Donovan

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Produced by Ryland Aldrich, Alix Madigan, and Jared Stern


Trailer


“Breezy and insightful.”

The Los Angeles Times

 

DARA JU

THE PRICE

Samuel Goldwyn Films, 2017

Written and Directed by Anthony Onah

Starring Ami Ameen, Lucy Griffiths, Peter Vack, and Michael Hyatt

Genre: Drama

Produced by Justin Begnaud, Anthony Onah, and Kishori Rajan


Trailer


“A compellingly lucid testament to the idea that living in this country is a never-ending negotiation
between who you are and who you might become.”

Indiewire

 

Scotty

Scotty

Greenwich Entertainment, 2018

Directed by Matt Tyrnauer

Featuring Scotty Bowers, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Lana Turner, Vivien Leigh, Bette Davis, Gore Vidal, Dominick Dunne, and many more

Produced by Josh Braun and Corey Reeser

Executive Producer: Tom Dolby

Genre: Documentary


Official Site


“What I did and what happened could really have only taken place in Hollywood.”

–Scotty Bowers

 

Little Men

Magnolia Pictures, 2016

Directed by Ira Sachs

Written by Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias

Starring Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Ehle, Paulina Garcia, Michael Barbieri, and Theo Taplitz

Genre: Drama

Produced by Lucas Joaquin, Christos V. Konstantakapoulous, Jim Lande, L.A. Teodosio, and Ira Sachs


Official Site

Trailer


“A deceptively small movie that sneaks up and slays you with its emotional authenticity.”

–The Hollywood Reporter

 

Last Weekend

IFC/Sundance Selects, 2014

Directed by Tom Dolby & Tom Williams

Written by Tom Dolby

Starring Patricia Clarkson, Zachary Booth, Joseph Cross, Jayma Mays, Rutina Wesley, Mary Kay Place, Judith Light, and Chris Mulkey

Produced by Mike S. Ryan

Executive Producer: Mark Johnson

Genre: Comedy-Drama


Official Site

Trailer


“A Chekhovian spirit hovers over Last Weekend…the film is an elegiac ode to affluence.
The reliably impressive Ms. Clarkson is a prickly paragon of benevolent upper-crust virtue.”

–The New York Times

 

Regarding Susan Sontag

HBO, 2014

Directed by Nancy Kates

Featuring Susan Sontag, Annie Leibovitz, Norman Mailer, Fran Lebowitz, and Andy Warhol

Narrated by Patricia Clarkson

Produced by Nancy Kates

Executive Producer: Tom Dolby

Genre: Documentary


Official Site

Trailer


“Compelling and perceptive.”

–The New York Times

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