Eyes Upon Waking is an upcoming 2021 feature film written by Andy Golub and Jennifer Scott.
Taren Foley survives her second suicide attempt within a week, and is sent from the ER to a psychiatric facility for three days of observation and analysis. Quickly realizing she has no intention of taking her life in the future, Taren alienates herself from the patients and staff, biding her time until she can be released. When circumstances force her to remain locked up all weekend, a compassionate Taren makes an effort to help her fellow patients with their issues, unaware she still neglects her own. By the time she is released on Monday, Taren has yet to feel better about her life, but there is hope that one day, she might.
Eyes Upon Waking uncovers the darkness in the minds of those who suffer from their emotions, yet shows how light can be found with the right kind of help. It stars Jennifer Scott, as well as veteran actors Joe Estevez and Edie McClurg.
Genre: Independent / Drama
Music by: Henrik Åström
Release Date: 2021
Holding The Wire is a feature documentary from Iacon Pictures.
The film is an unique portrait of tournament paintball during an economically turbulent time. Filmmaker Jose Diaz sets out to document the lives and experiences of tournament paintball players. Along the way, he encounters a variety of individuals, young and old, from different walks of life, all united by a fierce passion for tournament paintball. The music score is composed by Henrik Åström.
Mango Bajito is an upcoming feature film written and directed by Juan Castillo. It features an original music score by Henrik Åström.
Lured by the notion of a quick buck (the proverbial ‘Easy Fruit’ or ‘Mango Bajito’ in Spanish), three young people decide to kidnap the son of a rich family, and hide out in the wild mountains of the Dominican Republic – until everything that can go wrong, does. The director describes the film as “a homespun caribbean tale of greed, betrayal and justice by coincidence”.
The film stars Danny Trejo (Heat, Machete, Sons of Anarchy).
Cowboys and Indians is a 2013 feature film from Epiphany Pictures. The film stars Ian McCrudden, Catherine Hicks and Maria Johnson and features an original score composed and performed by Henrik Åström. Åström also produced the title song of the film.
A tragic love story set in the modern West. It follows the life of Angel, a beautiful but damaged Paiute Indian woman who was lead to live desperately on the edge after having been raped. Earning a living in a topless bar called the Round-Up, Angel tries her best to raise her son, Gas, the ill-begotten son of the tragic rape. When Gas is fourteen he runs away from home and is picked up by a hard-up cowboy, Twisty, who was present on the fateful night 14 years ago. Twisty relates the tragic romance he had with his mother, elucidating many unanswered questions for the boy. The cowboy and the boy form a bond that leads them back to Angel where once re-united, and with the truth brought to light, a possible way forward is revealed.