"Kings of Tort" provides a court-side seat into the high stakes, big money consumer case 'game' where the top, charismatic trial attorneys go head to head with the largest corporations in the world.
Kings of Tort is an up-close tour of the controversial, high-stakes world of tort law. With access to the most powerful trial lawyers in the country, this documentary is an intimate look at the colorful Davids of the industry devoting their lives and risking their personal fortunes to fight corporate Goliaths and deliver justice to their clients. Through interviews, verite, and archival footage, this documentary examines the role of top trial attorneys in America, the history of mass torts, and the political and cultural forces that keep the wheels of justice from turning.
(Development/Production) Feature Documentary / Documentary Series
through the ups and downs of teenage life, Deaf-Blind bowler phenom Jacob Gaddam (averaging 234/game) competes in National tournaments and attends the prestigious Helen Keller Center in New York City as he prepares to become a professional Bowler.
(Pre-ProdUCTION) Narrative Feature
Marta and Chuy try to smuggle her son into the states. When the day arrives, someone else shows up unidentified looking for answers as well.
God Hates Gaga
In 2010, The Grand-daughter of the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church prepares and stages a picket of a Lady Gaga concert during the worst snow storm in Kansas history because the bible says that God, in fact, hates Gaga.
Down for the Count:
Dirty Elections and the Rotten History of Democracy in America.
(Development) DOcumentary Series
The controversial and preeminent book on the history of elections and election scandals throughout American history and today.
All About Ann
The first feature documentary produced by Mudroom Producer, Jack Lofton. Pre-mudroom, All About Ann was a biopic of Ann Richards, the hilarious-straight talking Governor of Texas. Featured interviews with: Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, President Clinton, Lily Tomlin, Dan Rather and Tom Brokaw. Film was acquired by HBO and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.