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A collection of what we've been up to, what we're thinking about, and where we're all going.

Our feature film, Illegal (formerly Ilegales) is currently one of the featured movies on, the second film we’ve produced that was primarily shot in New Mexico, weaves together the stories of five immigrants in a modern day feature length drama about human trafficking along the U.S./Mexico border. It won Best Actor (Luis Bordonada) and Best Director (Ric Dupont), and was nominated for several more awards at numerous film festivals.

We are pleased to announce that Mitch Levine, one of our directors, has been selected as the Provincetown Film Festival festival's Executive Director and CEO. Renowned director John Waters, Provincetown International Film Festival’s resident artist and presenter of its Filmmaker on the Edge Award said, “Mitch Levine comes to Provincetown Film Festival with experience, a new found energy and a will to make movie going all over town an even better experience than ever!” "I knew we had struck gold when Mitch accepted the position to lead the festival and the [Provincetown Film Society]," said PIFF Artistic Director Connie White. "His experience, creativity and genuine love for film and filmmakers will greatly enrich this organization. The programming team and I are thrilled to be working with him." Mitch is a film and stage director with credits the world over in theatre, film, opera and dance. He is a directing member of the renowned Actors Studio, was a fellow in performance and design at the Juilliard School and was the recipient of the first James Cameron Fellowship in Directing at the American Film Institute. He was the founding producer and host of the AFI's Great Filmmakers series and the host of the Producers Forum at the Cannes Film Festival. Mitch is also the founder of The Film Festival Group, a global consulting firm for festivals, filmmakers and distribution companies. Before his career in the arts, Mitch could be found trodding the corridors of the United Nations in New York as a Special Representative to the United Nations.

Hello! It has been a while since our last get together, and we would really love to meet up! Join us on Thursday, January 23rd for a celebration of the past year's success and a nice friendly welcome to 2014. We will be having a splendid time at our new studio and gallery space from 6pm until 7:30 and then off to our favorite bar/coffee shop/dance hall a block away

Working with SVP Insight and Ideas Jenna Young and EVP Strategy Josh Gilbert at Weber Shandwick Worldwide, Iris MediaWorks produced three spots for Fisher-Price's "Share the Joy" holiday campaign. Directed by Noah Workman, and aimed at Millennial moms, a social and digitally savvy audience, this series of digital ads are set to reworked, well known holiday songs. Lisa McKnight, Mattel's SVP of Marketing for North America, describes the campaign as "making a concerted effort to be more playful and fun and to 'speak mom' in our tone and messaging."

Our dear friend and director Mitch Levine's short film this upcoming weekend at the Starz Denver International Film Festival. Based on a play by Deborah Pearl developed at the legendary Actors Studio (home to many of the greatest stars of stage and screen - Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Ellen Burstyn, Harvey Keitel, Al Pacino and more), the film stars Beege Barkette in a remarkable tour de force performance as the only character in the drama. The film tracks the life of Molly, a woman who finds herself in an unusual circumstance, makes the provocative choice to take money for sex - and the consequences that choice has on the rest of her life. Molly speaks directly to camera for the entire film, which intercuts between her conscious and sub-conscious lives.