The 2009 Annual Maui Film Festival at Wailea held from June 17-21, 2009 announced its Festival winners. Approximately 20,000 people attended this year’s Maui Film Festival at Wailea and voted on their favorite films. The scenic views of Maui served as a backdrop to some of the best American independent films and world cinema. We're excited that Cash Crop, produced by Noah Workman, has won the Changemaker Documentary award.    

Noah and Patrick have been hard at work creating some really cool pieces for M·A·C Cosmetics. We've interviewed Marilyn Minter,Whitecube- Richard Phillips, Maira Kalman for one project, and recorded Emmy Award winning makeup artist Marie Del Prete teaching a class on makeup in the world of HD photography for M·A· Additionally, we've used mirrors, glitter, and turntables to capture some pretty fantastic product shots. We're looking forward to sharing them with you!

Jordan is the story of a five-year-old girl who has to find help for her injured mother following a car crash on a remote mountain highway. Small-town Sheriff Gil Lujan wants to believe the tiny girl who stumbles into his office, exhausted and disheveled, after walking all night through the forest. But, when a woman appears claiming to be Jordan’s mother, Jordan doesn’t recognize her. Instead, she insists her real mother is still waiting out in the woods. What follows is a nail-biting thriller about the bond between mother and child and how far each one is willing to go