Stronomer”, the second feature film by writer/director Matt Lofgren is in development. Vincent Cortez is proud to be producing this family drama that blends spirituality with a bit of science fiction.

"Darkness of Night" was selected to air exclusively on Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network, throughout the nation, beginning Oct. of 2015.

Check out the trailer. The film is also now available online, HERE.

"Darkness of Night" premiered on Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network!

"Alarmed" the psychological-thriller we produced, along with the team at TwoCan Films LLC, is being distributed internationally by ITN Distribution.

We are honored to be partnered with them.

The film, now titled "Ghost Boat", is available in European and Asian markets, and will soon hit various outlets here in the US.

"Alarmed" gets world-wide distribution!

Additional Notes:

“Life Beyond”, a new post-apocalyptic feature film project by Vincent Cortez, was presented to various interested companies and organizations at the 2016 LMM, including Blumhouse and the Sundance Institute. This blend of sci-fi, horror, fantasy and character drama, was well received and we look forward to continuing to build the project.

“Life Beyond” participated in the 2016 Latino Media Market

“Collisions” moving through post-production

"Collisions”, an immigration/family drama about a young Latina’s fight to stop her mother from being deported, is working it’s way through post-production.

The film, which is the feature debut of director Richard Levien, is produced by Vincent Cortez, and stars: Jesse Garcia (Dusk Till Dawn The Series), Ana de la Reguera (Narcos, Nacho Libre) Izabella Alvarez and Jason Garcia.

Stay tuned for updates!

“Finding Justice” premiered at Mill Valley Film Festival 2016

“Finding Justice: Ending the School to Prison Pipeline” premiered at the 39th Annual Mill Valley Film Festival (2016).

The short documentary, following one student’s path through a community oriented, restorative youth court, and his desire to take control of his life.

The film is currently being shown at various juvenile justice conferences throughout the country and being used to help build change.

"Dad", our new dramatic short film, is participating in the  2017 PBS Online Film Festival. It is viewable on PBS’s various digital platforms (Youtube, Roku, Apple TV, etc).

We are honored and excited to have this opportunity. Please like and vote for us!

"Dad" available via PBS!