NOTHING LASTS FOREVER
Official Selection Berlinale 2022
Hidden from public view, a war is raging inside the diamond industry. When filmmaker Jason Kohn infiltrates this highly secretive world, he uncovers a vast, far-reaching crime that threatens the value of every diamond ever mined. At stake is nothing less than the universal symbol. of love and commitment - the engagement ring. Featuring some of the most colorful and powerful industry insiders, Nothing Lasts Forever launches us deep inside a criminal investigation and forces us to reconsider the creation of value itself.
LOVE MEANS ZERØ
Official Selection of the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival
At eighty-six, famed tennis coach Nick Bollettieri is a living legend. At his academy in Florida, he raised a generation of champions. Courier. Seles. Agassi. And many more. No other coach has matched his success, his dominance, or his fame. His greatness, though, came at a price. Eight marriages, financial upheaval, and a dramatic break with his surrogate son and cherished student, Andre Agassi. LOVE MEANS ZERO tells the story of this celebrated yet controversial coach, and explores the cost of his all-consuming drive for greatness.
Winner of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury and Cinematography prizes, Manda Bala (Send A Bullet) is a story of kidnapping and corruption in Brazil. Shot on film in Cinemascope, the story moves from the world’s largest frog farm to the favelas of Sao Paulo, revealing how a politician's decision to launder millions of dollars in stolen public funds triggered a surreal chain reaction, sparking first a kidnapping epidemic and then creating an entirely new field within plastic surgery - reconstructing the ears of wealthy hostage victims. From a kidnapper ruling over his favela to a wealthy young woman with two reconstructed ears to Jader Barbalho himself, among the most corrupt politicians in Brazil’s history, Manda Bala (Send A Bullet) vividly captures how political corruption and street violence are intricately woven together.
“Hidden Idols,” follows a real-world Indiana Jones: Brent Easter. A federal agent for Homeland Security Investigations, Easter tracks the black market sale of sacred antiquities, tracing stolen artifacts from a village in India to a store on Madison Avenue.