Based on real events, Redemption uncovers the threat of violent extremism and domestic terrorism in the US. It depicts pathways and key planning behaviors that citizens and law enforcement should be aware of to help thwart similar events in the future.
The Coming Storm
An active shooter opens fire, shattering the tranquility of a college campus and forever changing the lives of students, their families and the community. The ensuing terror and confusion taxes the capacity of local law enforcement and first responders. This moving and thought provoking film draws from real-life active shooter incidents. It is a unique training tool designed to inspire collaboration among first responders in preparing for and managing these potentially overwhelming events.
This award winning film has been viewed by millions of law enforcement, first responders and city officials across the country.
At a meeting with members of the Counterintelligence Unit of the FBI we were given a mission: “Don’t give us a training film. We want a real movie…”, one that engages intelligence professionals at an emotional and professional level – and helps to cause real change in counterintelligence practice.
Betrayed is an Emmy award-winning dramatic film that has been viewed by over a million members of the intelligence community, including the FBI, State Department,
CIA, and White House. It has been widely praised for its ground-breaking approach to changing attitudes and behaviors within the intelligence community.
The Company Man
Robert Moore has been a loyal employee for nearly 15 years but is having financial difficulties at home.
Eight thousand miles away, a devastating apartment fire in China kills 57 people. Then comes a job offer to Robert from a local headhunter...and a break-in at his factory. These three events soon threaten the financial viability of the entire company, and the small community where he lives.
The Company Man is based on a true story. Produced for the FBI’s Counterintelligence Strategic Partnership Unit, this award-winning flm is a cautionary tale for all employees to be invested in the protection of their company's trade secrets.
Game of Pawns
Winner of two Emmy's, this dramatic short film was produced for the Counter-Intelligence Unit of the FBI. It is based on the true story of a young American recruited by the Chinese to apply to work for the CIA while studying abroad in Shanghai. He was sentenced to 4 years in federal prison.
Mr. Smith Goes to the Information Age
This light-hearted homage to Frank Capra's "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" is an entertaining twist on the typical government training film. This time, Mr. Smith arrives in Washington, DC to help a government agency with their information security problems.
Produced for the Department of Veterans Affairs
Caught on Camera
The film opens unexpectedly on a terrorist triggering a bomb on a public bus - and the subsequent hunt to find him. Along the way, two FBI special agents (and business owners) learn how simple design, installation and maintenance can deliver CCTV images that can help track down a terrorist.
Produced for the Forensic Audio, Video and Image Analysis Unit of the FBI.