Directed by Nick Nanton
This documentary explores the causes and effects of poverty in Mexico. Led by Dr. Saul Cruz, we follow the stories of three indigenous Mexican students who after nearly giving up all hope of ever gaining an education, find possibility in Armonia - a school founded by Dr Cruz and his family to aid and educate these seemingly lost children.
A haunting, emotionally absorbing supernatural thriller about an orphaned child whose dreams - and nightmares - manifest physically as he sleeps.
In November of 2013, we ventured into the wilds of L.A. (Lower Alabama) to shoot the behind the scenes for Before I Wake. This was our third collaboration with Intrepid Pictures, and our second film with director Mike Flanagan, who helmed the smash hit Oculus one year prior.
After two weeks of production for us, we headed back to the other L.A. (Los Angeles) to complete post production on the EPK.
Before I Wake hits cinemas September 25, 2015.
Directed By Richard Cameron White
Premiering at The Lone Star Film Festival to multiple sold-out screenings, this documentary follows the Ridglea Roughnecks, a peewee football team in Fort Worth, Texas as they set out to win the Youth Football Super Bowl. Through hard training, teamwork and the intensity of their no-nonsense coaches, these young athletes push themselves to their physical and emotional limits and show us the power of football.
The Roughnecks debuts on Netflix 9-12-15 and is currently available on all major VOD platforms. You can rent or purchase on Amazon here.
Nick Ruff of Reflection Pictures spent over a year cutting this emotionally charged "rock doc" of football.
When asked by producer Marty Bowen of Temple Hill Entertainment and director Richard Cameron White to edit and co-produce this passion project, Nick leapt at the opportunity. The film crew had just spent four months embedded with the team comprised of ten and eleven year olds, their families, and coaches. White had captured over 400 hours of footage, throughout the entire pee-wee season. He and his crew had shot nearly every practice, every game, and then went home with some of the players to document family moments.
Upon returning to Los Angeles at the completion of production, Ruff and White sat down with notecards that White had written, outlining the basic story arc of his footage. This was the first step in what would become nearly two years of editing the movie.