We are building a trustworthy brand of unignorable micro-budget cinema that will draw audiences and investors to our projects and body of work. We develop, finance, and produce films in a way that exemplifies a new ethos of filmmaking in the 21st century: smart marketing, flexible distribution and responsible production modalities.
We look for films that expose unique corners of existence and artfully push boundaries to explore cultural psychology. We often identify with subversive themes: moral ambiguity, the grey areas of social structures and unapologetic investigation into the foibles of human nature.
Micah Van Hove
Micah Van Hove is a director/producer/DP and film journalist who has been exploring the possibilities in micro-budget cinema since 2009. His first feature film Menthol (from the Executive Producer of “Boyz n’ the Hood") screened at film festivals including Santa Barbara, Sofia and Brooklyn. His work as a music video director has premiered on Rolling Stone, Vice, NPR, Stereogum and more.
As a regular writer for No Film School since 2013, Micah has sought out to stimulate discourse and elevate films that reflect a commitment to personal and courageous work. Micah is fascinated with the foibles of youth, alienation and expectation.
Jeffrey Reeser is a screenwriter, producer, and editor living in Los Angeles and has written several novel adaptations. After studying Dramatic Arts and Film at the University of Southern California, Jeffrey edited the Gusmano Cesaretti film Take None Give None, a feature documentary about the South Central motorcycle club The Chosen Few.
Jeffrey enables and facilitates constructive creative friction — a key ingredient for all members of a production to operate at their best. His ability to approach subjects with equal parts sensitivity and objectivity lends a sober, thoughtful eye to any film project.