Cost of Construction
Cost of Construction is a documentary film uncovering a national scandal, where the race for profits trumped the safety of American workers while the country’s top safety agency barely took notice, failing to enforce their own regulations and keep workers alive.
As the first player ever to leave high school early to turn pro, Tyler has fast tracked his road to NBA super-stardom and to making history. Documenting both his personal and professional life, My Life takes you on an intimately personal journey through the high stakes world of what it takes to be an NBA superstar.
Hope In Motion
From the slums in southern India to remote villages in the Himalayan foothills of Nepal, the new series for the Asian Aid charity organization "Hope In Motion" will weave together beautiful imagery, insightful interviews and heartwarming stories all to give an inside look of what it's like to serve 'the least of these.'
Untitled Happiness Project
Confucius, Aristotle, The Dalai Lama, Britney Spears and even my Mom have all at one time or another asked the ultimate question: What is the secret to happiness? Well, now it’s my turn to ask, but more importantly to find the answer.
Graduation Day has been dubbed one the most powerful anti-drinking and driving films made to date. Already released to high schools around the nation, the film features legendary news anchor Dan Rather and hit TV show “Prison Break” star Lane Garrison. The film was sponsored by the Pack Foundation.
Where I Stand: The Hank Greenspun Story - SGP Media
Convicted gun runner, Las Vegas visionary, crusading newspaper publisher, target of the Watergate burglars... these are only some the highlights of Hank Greenspun's remarkable life. From his early days working for Bugsy Siegel to his public battles with Senator Joseph McCarthy, Hank Greenspun was fearless. Directed by Scott Goldstein, Produced by Jordan Ehrlich and Narrated by Anthony Hopkins. More Info.
Chain Gang: Maricopa County - Discovery Channel
Tent City, Maricopa County Jail, Phoenix Arizona. 2,000 criminals live like cattle, herded together in military barracks. Zero privileges, 110-degree heat, and the constant threat of violence. The only way to escape? The Chain Gang. Produced by Hoff Productions. Written and Co-Produced by Jordan Ehrlich. More Info.