SUMMER 2015)

Starring Ethan Hawke, Asa Butterfield, Emily Mortimer, Julianne Nicholson, Haille Steinfeld, Emile Hirsch
Directors Robert Pulcini & Shari Springer Berman
Screenwriters Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini
Based on the novel by Eleanor Henderson
An Archer Gray and Maven Pictures Production
in Association with Tashtego Films

Jude—named after a Beatles song by his hippie parents—spends his high school days in small-town Vermont getting high with his best friend, Teddy. Beneath Jude’s mind-numbing activities lurks a desire to reconnect with his estranged father, Les, who abandoned the family when Jude was nine. Desperate to keep her son out of trouble, Jude’s mother sends him to live with Les in New York City. In the roiling and raw East Village, Jude struggles to establish an identity within the cultural upheaval downtown and forms an unlikely surrogate family with Teddy’s straight-edge brother and a troubled, rich uptown girl.


Starring Rachel Nichols and Jackson Hurst
Director Margaret Whitton
Screenwriter Roger Towne
Based on the novel by Joe Coomer
Produced by Steven Tabakin and Margaret Whitton
Executive Producer Warren Spector

In this delightful romantic comedy, directed by Margaret Whitton and adapted from Joe Coomer’s romantic novel The Loop, a mysterious parrot brings Fiona (Rachel Nichols) into the nighttime world of Lyman (Jackson Hurst). When a talkative parrot flies into his trailer, Lyman becomes obsessed with returning the bird to its owner, leading him to Fiona, a determined librarian who insists on helping in the search. Together the pair set off on a journey to solve a mystery from the past that leads them toward a future neither imagined.



Directed by Tom Donahue; Producers: Kathryn Lacey, Ilan Arboleda, Joanna Colbert; Executive Producers: Steve Edwards, John Balis, Ed Durkin; Co-Executive Producer: Margaret Whitton; Genmaicha and Creative Chaos in association with Tashtego Films

A feature documentary about the history and impact of the "one-woman casting revolution" Marion Dougherty. One of the last of the true Hollywood originals, Dougherty, whose career spanned 50 years and is represented in over 100 motion pictures and over 1000 television programs, brought to screens the likes of Al Pacino, Glenn Close, Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Richard Gere, Christopher Walken, Mel Gibson, Debra Winger, Robert Duvall, Diane Lane, Brooke Shields, Brendan Fraser, Martin Sheen and Bette Midler - and enduring, timeless movie unforgettables such as The Sting, Midnight Cowboy, Slaughterhouse-Five, Lenny, Pretty Baby, The Last  Picture Show, The Killing Fields, A Little Romance, The Great Gatsby, The Man Without A Face, Lethal Weapon and Batman.


Directed by Glen Luchford
Screenplay by Julia Jordan
Starring John Hawkes and Melora Walters
Executive Producers Glen Luchford and Richard Brown
Produced by Tatiana Kelly and Steven Tabakin
A Tashtego Films/Light as a Feather/Passenger Production

Two lonely people spend an intense night together in a trailer home in Minnesota. It starts as a game and a flirtation, but by the break of dawn their ideas about truth and power are turned upside down in this modern film noir directed by leading fashion photographer Glen Luchford. World premiere screening at the 2008 USA Film Festival. Winner of the 2008 Jackson Hole Film Festival Cowboy Award.


Directed by Tony Gerber and Jesse Moss
A Market Road/Mile End/Don't Foam/
Pop's Paper Route/Tashtego Films Production

In the Mojave Desert, the US Army has built a "virtual Iraq" and populated it with hundreds of Iraqi role players. The film follows an Army battalion through the simulation as they attempt to quell an insurgency and prevent Medina Wasl, a mock Iraqi village from slipping into civil war. Comic, surreal and poignant, the film provides a revelatory look at the soul of the American war machine, and finds a potent allegory of the Iraq War and the cultural and religious differences that confound America's efforts. Premiered at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival and South by Southwest. Visit official website for news and screenings.