• Sci-Fi Comedy
  • Produced by: Sheri Bryant, John Byrnes, and Craig Lew
  • Written and Directed by: Paul Seetachitt
  • Starring: Felicia Day, Andrew Bowen, Justin Chon, Gerry Bednob, Kevin Wu, Doug Jones, Mark Woolley, Robert Picardo and Jason Mewes.
  • Rated: R


  • Synopsis:
  • Imagine asteroids so large that they can wipe out all life on the planet. The only things standing in the w ay are the Rock Jocks, a top-secret band of government employees, who pilot asteroid-killing satellites. The story takes place on a Rock Jocks night shift. Though they are there to fi ght off asteroids, they spend most of the night fighting off boredom, themselves, and the occasional meddling government beaurocrat.
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  • Romantic Comedy
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  • Produced by: Sheri Bryant, Adam Lawson
  • Directed by: Scott Culver
  • Written by: Dennis Kao
  • Starring: Krysten Ritter, Ian Somerhalder, Josh Meyers, Ken Jeong, James Kyson Lee, James Hong and Jenna Jameson
  • Distributor: E1 Entertainment (US and Canada), Arsenal Pictures (Foreign)
  • Rated: R
  • Official Selection: LA United Film Festival, The Feel Good Film Festival, San Francisco United Film Festival
  • Synopsis:
  • A comedy of miscommunication between the sheets, How to Make Love to a Woman explores one man's journey to save his relationship by attempting to improve his "sex skills" instead of communicating what he really feels–with hilarious and disastrous results. Funny, edgy, and honest, How to Make Love to a Woman takes you on an eye-opening journey that will prove the right answers are not always as simple as "how to make love to a woman".


  • Family Adventure
  • Produced by: Sheri Bryant
  • Written, Designed and Directed by: Greg Aronowitz
  • Starring: Marissa Cuevas, Darnell Hamilton, Bryan James Kitto, Earl Scioneaux, Chris Violette, Kelson Henderson, Barnie Duncan, Ray Nagin, and Ellis Marsalis.
  • Distributors: MGM (US and Canada), Showcase Entertainment (Foreign)
  • Rated: G
  • Awards / Endorsements:
    • "Best of Fest", 24th Annual Chicago International Children's Film Festival
    • "Best Feature", 10th Annual BAM Kids Film Festival New York
    • "Best Family Feature", Special Jury Remi Award, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
    • NAPPA Gold Medal Winner
    • Endorsed by The Dove Foundation and KidsFirst! Coalition for Quality Children's Media
  • Synopsis:
  • Three unlikely friends set out on a journey to find the dreaded Ghost of Captain LeRouge whose treasure-laden ship was lost in the Louisiana bayou over two hundred years ago. What they find is an adventure beyond their wildest imagination and the magical swamp creature Labou whose whistles are rumored to be the original inspiration for jazz. With the help of Labou, the kids race to stay one step ahead of two crazy oil tycoons and discover the long lost treasure in time to save the swamps from destruction. Irresistible, sweet and touching, Labou will take you on an adventure ride that will have the entire family laughing and whistling for more!


  • Horror
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  • Produced by: David E. Allen
  • Co-Produced by: Sheri Bryant, Brian Patrick O'Toole
  • Written and Directed by: Anthony C. Ferrante
  • Starring: Dee Wallace Stone, Trish Coren, Rachel Melvin, Nicole Rayburn, Josh Holt, Happy Mahaney, Jilon Ghai, and Dig Wayne
  • Distributor: Sci-Fi Channel (Domestic Television), Ventura Distribution (Domestic Home Video), Seven Arts Pictures (Foreign)
  • Rated: R
  • Awards: Nominated for "Best DVD Release" Saturn Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films
  • Synopsis:
  • In this atmospheric ghost story, a group of college students and a cop become trapped in an abandoned hospital on Halloween and find themselves in the middle of a battle between two ghosts - a nurse and her psychotic patient. As the haunted history of the hospital is uncovered through the psychic abilities of one of the girls, the friends must use all their resources to escape the ghosts and their frightening past.