We are filmmakers and storytellers. We believe in getting off the highway to explore the byways and vistas of life. This is where we find scenery that is untouched, life that is raw and unarranged, stories that are untold.
This is where we find our films. Join us on our journey as we make time to listen to the stories and scenery around us.
VERB. /ˈSĒ-NIK ˈŌ-VƏR-LU̇K/
To look over, or examine scenes, be it from life or possibly a film.
"A thought provoking road movie." -- Canadian Globe & Mail
Love From Ground Zero follows three strangers (Simon Baker, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Jacqueline McKeznzie) across the back roads of America with the ashes of a mutual friend. As they try to make sense of the untimely death, they are forced to face the realities in their own lives.
"A cinematic spectacle." -- Moving Pictures Magazine
Winner of 11 International Film Festival Awards, A Life Ascending follows the life of acclaimed ski-mountaineering guide Ruedi Beglinger and his family's unique life off the grid in the years following a devastating avalanche that killed seven people.
ADJECTIVE (We think). /ˈSĒ-NIK ˈŌ-VƏR-LU̇K/
Having the attributes of seeing or viewing from a postion of knowledge or beauty.
IN THE WORKS
Sacred Names is a documentary exploring the lasting effects of the Holocaust through the eyes of the son of a survivor. Shot over several years, the film is a cross generational look at survival, loss, and hope.
Based on true events, Hockey Town is the story of forty-seven year old man, Dana, who returns to finish college to prove a point to his son who is choosing hockey over school. Once in college, Dana finds himself in the hockey team with a bunch of 19 yr olds and a chance to play again after 25 years.
FALL OF MAN
Fall of Man follows three hapless men -- soon-to-be father Adam, successful chauvinist Richard, and high-school teacher and men's activist Nicholas -- as they try to navigate what it means to be husbands, fathers and sons in a post-feminist society.