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"Adventures in the Afterlife"

Feature Film
Currently Seeking Financing

Based on the hit novel by the same name, "Adventures in the Afterlife" tells the story of one man's journey into the hereafter. The movie begins when Frank Brooks, 37, receives a diagnosis of inoperable cancer. However, as Frank soon discovers, the death of his body was not an ending – but rather the beginning of an exciting and transformative journey. The insights from Frank's spiritual awakening are breathtaking and at times, even shocking. But the message is clear: we are powerful, spiritual beings who possess the ability to shape our own reality, now and in the hereafter. More at

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"What Every Soul Knows: The Joy of Remembering Who We Really Are"

Documentary Film
In Production

A fast-paced, thought provoking documentary that explores the idea that Who We Really Are is way beyond our physical bodies and human personality. It features interviews with more than 35 thought-leaders in the areas of mediumship, channeling, near-death and other spiritually transformative experiences. The film also includes a movie-within-a-movie: an animated film about the journey of the Soul between life and the afterlife. The focus of the project is on remembering our divine nature as eternal spiritual beings and how we can use that knowledge to improve our lives while we're still in the physical. For more information please visit: 

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"Hide & Seek in Heaven"

Short Film
In Pre-Production

"Hide & Seek in Heaven" is a spiritually-uplifting family drama about an 11 year old girl and her six year old brother. After the boy is killed by a car while his sister was supposed to be watching him, the girl is filled with guilt and falls into a deep despair. Yet when the siblings are rejoined in a game of metaphysical hide & seek, she finds forgiveness and solace.

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Feature Film
In Development

"Eldon" is a metaphysical comedy about a guardian angel who stands to lose his wings if his slacker mortal doesn't get his act together. Think Adam Sandler comedy meets "It's a Wonderful Life."

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