RIOT GIRLS (IN THEATERS/VOD SEPTEMBER 13, 2019)
RIOT GIRLS is set in an alternate 1995, after a mysterious illness has killed all adults. The town of Potter’s Bluff has been divided into two rival factions, the ‘East side’, made up of scrappy scavengers living amongst the ruins, and the ‘West side’ which hoards its wealth in the former high school and is ruled by brutal dictator, Jeremy (Munro Chambers, “Degrassi: The Next Generation”). When Jack (Alexandre Bourgeois, “Departure”), an Eastsider, is forced to kill two Westsiders while on a scavenging mission, he is captured and taken back to the West side where he awaits public execution. Jack’s sister, Nat (Madison Iseman, “Annabelle,” “Jumanji”), and her girlfriend, Scratch (Paloma Kwiatkowski, “Bates Motel,” “Percy Jackson”), must cross into dangerous territory if they hope to save him. Their treacherous journey reveals not only the power of their love, but the depths of their courage. Premieres: Fantasia International Film Festival, Neutchatel Fantastic Film Festival, Sitges, Outfest and many more.
XX: Horror Anthology (February 17, 2017)
WATCH NOW ON NETFLIX. XX had its world premiere to sold-out cheering crowds at the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL on January 22, 2017 in Park City, Utah, followed by a theatrical release on Feb 17, 2017, where it opened as the #1 horror film on iTunes. XX has been featured in Time, Esquire, Vanity Fair, Elle, and Filmmaker Magazine as a ground breaking effort in the fight for equality in film. About XX: XYZ Films and Magnolia bring together a group of extraordinary filmmakers for the first ever all-female anthology. XX features segments by filmmakers Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound), Annie Clarke (St. Vincent), Karyn Kusama (Jennifer’s Body) and Jovanka Vuckovic. Guadalajara-based stop-motion animator Sofia Carrillo created the film’s title sequence, as well as the animated sequences appearing between each segment.
ALL MY HEROES ARE DEAD (2020)
A terminally ill woman goes to extreme measures to save her own skin. Written and directed by Jovanka Vuckovic. Produced by Darius Films.