Each episode features a collection of impromptu 'on the street' celebrity interviews about Love, Life, and Self. Currently in our 3rd season with more than 200 celebrities interviewed for the series.
Find the episodes on YouTube.
DINNER AT LOLA
This 1/2 hour talk show features raw, honest conversation between various perspectives of what is happening in the entertainment industry today, hosted over a chef catered meal. From actors and directors to writers, producers and showrunners. Airing via DISH network in 2017.
Cast includes Bryan Fuller, Lena Waithe, Eugene Byrd, Paul Rust, Emma Caulfield, Yvette Nicole Brown, Cedric Yarborough and many more. With host J. Lee.
A BURNING DOG
This ground-breaking feature film is a double-crossing, who-done-it heist thriller shot in a way you've never seen.
Cast includes: Salvator Xuereb, Greg Grunberg, Chris Butler, Matt Bushell, Eddie Jemison, Johnny Dowers, and Adrienne Wilkinson. Directed by Trey Batchelor.
DANCE FOR JOY
An inspiring documentary short film celebrating the healing movement classes offered by the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Lineage Dance Company to help people with Parkinson's Disease find freedom, hope, and a sense of community through the arts.
Directed by Elizabeth Gracen. Premiered at the Hollywood Independent Documentary Festival in December 2016.
Revival of the classic 1940s-1950s television and radio anthology series, with new stories of the mysterious and macabre every week. Curently in our 3rd season and airing on more than 300 stations around the globe.
Also available on iTunes.
Sci-fi pilot that follows the dysfunctional crew of the most powerful ship in all of Earthdom. The series is described as Firefly meets The Office.
Cast includes Walter Koenig, Doug Jones, Torri Higginson, James Kyson, Christopher Judge, Ellen Dubin, Cas Anvar, and Adrienne Wilkinson.
Premiering on Amazon on June 27, 2017.
Documentary on Lee Meriwether.
Directed by Elizabeth Gracen.
An inspiring short film about a charming, courageous woman with Parkinson's disease. Like so many people with movement disorders, Mary Anne's symptoms seem to fade away when she dances. Music and dance give her wings to move in a way she thought she never would again.
Directed by Elizabeth Gracen.
A seemingly perfect husband and wife happily live in one half of a duplex, unaware that the (seemingly vacant) other half of the duplex is inhabited by a woman who is living vicariously through them. Trying to fill the void in her own lonely life, she sets about spying, eavesdropping and eventually mimicking their idealized life in their beautiful home whenever they are away.
Directed by Tracey Bradley.
A con woman poses as a damsel in distress and seduces the kind stranger who stops to save her. Leaving him penniless and shot as she drives off into the sunset to her next con.
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS
Inspired by Day of the Dead, Feast of all Saints, and a hint of voodoo, this narrative gem grew out a visually stunning photoshoot.
Directed by Chris Loomis.
A young woman's journey through grief and her powerful struggle with and eventual success in overcoming self injury and depression.
Dan rescues Alice. Anna photographs Dan. Larry meets Anna online. Alice rescues Larry. This is London at the end of the twentieth century where lives collide and fates change in an instant. Strangers become lovers and lovers become strangers.
Theatrical production of the Patrick Marber stage-play in Los Angeles, CA.