Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine Opens in New York and Los Angeles

Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine opened earlier this month at Cinema Village in New York City and at Laemmle’s Music Hall in Beverly Hills. It has received amazing reviews from The New York Times, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, The Village Voice, and other top media outlets. This extraordinary documentary by Mark Jonathan

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BREAKING POINT WINS BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY AT THE ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL!

Despite torrential rain, BREAKING POINT had near-sellout crowds at the recent Annapolis Film Festival. This important documentary film about the war for democracy in the Ukraine won the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature and was included in the festival’s “BEST OF THE FEST” screening. BREAKING POINT will screen next in Los Angeles at USC’s Ray Stark Family

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BREAKING POINT: The War for Democracy in Ukraine wins Best Documentary Feature Award!

This past weekend, “BREAKING POINT: The War for Democracy in Ukraine” had two sellout screenings at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival and won the Best Documentary Feature award! During the awards ceremony, when producer Paul Wolansky thanked the people of Ukraine for still believing that “the truth matters” in this time of “alternate facts”

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Summer Haps at The Hollow

We are extremely proud of our filmmakers. Here are some highlights of what they’ve been up to this summer. June Filmmaker Jeff Cogan won an Accolade Global Film Competition award for his doc, Daniel Friederich, Luthier d’Art. July Sue Arbuthnot’s Dryland screened at the historic Alger Theater in Lakeview, Oregon, in a special event sponsored

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Beyond the Divide Educational Release

I am pleased to announce the educational release of Beyond the Divide, a new documentary film by award-winning independent director/producer Jan Selby of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Beyond the Divide tells the story of two brave people — Vietnam Veteran, Dan Gallagher, and peace advocate, Betsy Mulligan-Dague — who find a way to bridge the divide of unresolved

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