Breaking through the “noise” of the plethora of entertainment choices available today is the greatest roadblock to reaching our audience. To be a success today, no matter what size your film or your company, audience and community support single handedly make a world of difference! If you believe in our mission, if you want great, smart family films and television in your home that inspire the values needed to create a better world, then please let us know. We believe in grass roots. We believe to rebuild the society we envision, it starts at ground level. We believe in the power of YOU!
Home of the All American Soap Box Derby. After a full year, embedded deep into this incredible community, not only did we come out with a great family film in 25 Hill, the Derby rescued, but also a family of friends that will be with us forever. Like Kipling and Provost, this great city and community with a rich history of innovation also funded the movie as well as 3 Day Test! It’s a stop for any family wanting to experience American innovation. Please visit:
All American Soap Box Derby
Often our films and television projects start with a greater purpose. When we heard that the long tradition of The All American Soap Box Derby was in danger due to financial concerns, Home Theater Films saw it as a “call to action.”�� What we discovered along the way was that the Derby and all it encompasses is everything we as a company believe in: the values and the importance of family involvement with our children�������s lives. Please give a visit to their website and hopefully you’ll be inspired to join a new generation of Derby Racers!
Another fantastic Canadian town��located 3 hours east of Edmonton, Alberta… Provost was the setting for Beyond The Heavens. ��A town that has roots both in farming and oil, it provided an exquisite backdrop for the film. The local talent in the movie and those who helped behind the scenes were superb. Like Kipling, local citizens also funded the film! Give them a look here:
This great farming community about 90 minutes from Regina, Saskatchewan was hugely supportive in the making of our film Rust. Not only did they fund the film - literally, they opened their doors and hearts to us. We will be forever thankful. ��Please check this magnificent town here:
One Red Paperclip
One could argue that this incredible online phenomenon devised by Canadian Kyle McDonald was the starting point for our journey. Suffice to say that Kyle used an online community to trade a red paperclip all the way up to a house! Along the way, Corbin saw the power of this community and jumped into the fray. That led him to Kipling, Saskatchewan, the small farming community that gave Kyle his house, and Corbin Rust. To learn more about this inspiring community effort, please check out: