Directed by Julian T. Pinder, Adam Levins
Starring Julian T. Pinder
Hollywood Reporter “An ambitious Next-Generation spin”
Hollywood News “Sometimes real life can be way more unsettling than anything committed to fiction”
Shock Till You Drop ““The federal government recognizes that there is a Zone of Death in one of its National Parks, making this film far more unsettling and disturbing that anything to spring from one’s imagination”
Official Selection FrightFest, Newport Beach, Napa Valley
In 2009 three young men were killed in a remote part of Yellowstone National Park. Authorities never found the murderer. Hours after the trio were gunned down, Dwayne Nelson confessed to the crime. Despite this Nelson was allowed to go free because of an American Constitution loophole.
Welcome to Leith
Directed by Michael Beach Nichols (Flex Is Kings) , Christopher K. Walker.
Sundance & SXSW Official Selection
Sundance Jury Price Nomination
WINNER Hot Docs Filmmaker to Filmmaker Award
IndieWire: "A stunning portrait of first amendment rights pushed to their extremes"
Variety: "As engrossing as a fictional thriller"
Vice: "Gripping, stylish, and very scary"
The Guardian: "The fact that it actually happened is what's most terrifying"
The New York Times: "This real horror story, brings new life to old news stories"
Rolling Stone: "Presents a chilling 'It could happen here' scenario"
Sound on Sight: "Entrancing...weaves a bizarre and enthralling tale"
'Welcome to Leith' is a feature documentary chronicling the attempted takeover of a small town in North Dakota by notorious white supremacist Craig Cobb. Filmed in the days leading up to Cobb's arrest for terrorizing the townspeople on an armed patrol and his subsequent release from jail six months later, the film is an eerie document of American DIY ideals.
Directed BY David Chirchirillo (Cheap Thrills)
A Tinder Thriller. An internet-dating playboy's life spirals out of control after meeting a woman online. This is Fatal Attraction for the 21st Century.
GOOD MATCH is a darkly funny, yet disturbing look at modern dating, and the way people use the internet to inform — or disinform — their lives. Somewhat akin to a postmodern Fatal Attraction for the Tinder Generation, GOOD MATCH builds upon our expectations, and then shatters them. No one is who they seem, nothing plays out the way we think it will, and by the end, we’ll be left questioning our own lives as a result.