Critic Reviews'The underside of the American Dream is on display in A Most Violent Year, a drama about an immigrant trying to make his way to the top.' Toronto Sun 'Bradford Young's cinematography is awesome, transforming bleak wastelands and mansions into visions of light. It's as if we're seeing everything through the eyes of Morales, to whom America is beauty incarnate.' London Evening Standard 'Simmering with drama, A Most Violent Year is one of the best films yet from Isaac or Chandor, and that's saying something' One Room with a View
AwardsBroadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2015 Winner Critics' Choice MVP Award Jessica Chastain CINE Golden Eagle Film and Video Competition 2015 Winner Golden Eagle Narrative Content: Feature - Live Action A24 CinEuphoria Awards 2016 Winner CinEuphoria Top Ten of the Year - Audience Award IGN Summer Movie Awards 2014 Winner IGN Award Best Movie Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain
Critic Reviews‘Midnight Express' meets 'Ong-Bak,' and that's a good thing.’ Hollywood Reporter ‘Once the audience adjusts to its rhythms, it exerts a powerful fascination.’ New York Magazine ‘Presented with an agitated camera and a bare minimum of subtitles, "A Prayer Before Dawn" adheres to neither the familiar beats of the boxing movie nor the claustrophobic machinations of the typical prison drama.’ New York Times
AwardsBritish Independent Film Awards 2018 Winner British Independent Film Award for Best Actor
Prime-time Emmy nominee, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn is a military science fiction web series set in the universe of the Halo franchise. It was written by Aaron Helbing and Todd Helbing, and directed by Stewart Hendler.
A United Nations Space Command (UNSC) cadet experiences a crisis of conscience before facing the Covenant on the battlefield, and draws inspiration from Master Chief while fighting for the future of mankind in this sci-fi action opus based on the hit X-Box franchise.
** Nominated for a prime-time Emmy **
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2013, winner of best sound editing
The Streamy Awards 2013, winner of best drama series, best editing, best production design and best cinematography
Saints and Soldiers is a 2003 war drama film directed by Ryan Little and produced by Little and Adam Abel. It is loosely based on events that took place after the Malmedy massacre during the Battle of the Bulge. The film stars Corbin Allred, Alexander Niver, Lawrence Bagby, and Peter Asle Holden as the four American soldiers trying to return Kirby Heyborne, a British soldier with vital intelligence, to the Allied lines.
The Washington Times called the film, "one of the sharpest and most compelling entries of the early 'Mormon cinema' era". The New York Times wrote that the film's, "impressive cast of largely unknown actors and meticulously researched film tells its story with quiet conviction."
'It has the strengths and the clean lines of a traditional war movie, without high-tech special effects to pump up the noise level.' Chicago Sun Times
'Thoughtful, engaging World War II movie has battle violence.' Common Sense Media
Gloria Film Festival 2003 Winner of the Audience Award and Winner of the Jury Award
Heartland International Film Festival 2003 Winner of the Crystal Heart Award and Winner of the Grand Prize for Dramatic Feature
Ojai Film Festival 2003 Winner of the Best Narrative Feature
Sacramento Festival of Cinema 2003 Winner of the Audience Award
San Diego Film Festival 2003 Winner of the Audience Award
Temecula Valley International Film Festival 2003 Winner of the Viewer's Choice Award for Best Feature Film