TRUE IRAN: The Global Jihad™ (2017)

Only one nation in history has a constitution calling for the annihilation of a people and a military directed toward spreading its faith and extending the sovereignty of its law throughout the world. “It is the mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to erase Israel from the map,” proclaims Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. “This battle will only end when the society can be rid of the oppressors’ front with America at the head of it, which has expanded its claws on human mind, body, and thought.”

Beginning in 1979, the Islamic Republic of Iran, under radical theocratic leadership, has waged a campaign of terror unlike the world has ever known, driven by an apocalyptic philosophy very few people outside of Iran can comprehend, but carrying consequences that affect everyone.

TRUE IRAN: The Global Jihad™, is a feature-length documentary that examines Iran’s legacy of terror and its patient, long-term strategy, to build the most formidable military in the Middle East—one that includes nuclear weapons. Bringing together some of the world’s leading experts on the subject, TRUE IRAN: The Global Jihad™ explores the mullahs' ultimate objective; their clandestine activities in Europe, Latin America, and the United States; Iran’s responsibility for the most significant crimes against humanity since World War II; and its active agenda to destabilize the West with the current worldwide refugee crisis.

More importantly TRUE IRAN: A Global Jihad™ offers necessary policy prescriptions to avoid reaching the point of no return.In 1979, Iran declared war on the civilized world.  How the world responds is one of the most important policy decisions of our time.

The Abolitionists (2016)

On December 10th, 2013 Special Agent Tim Ballard turned in his Homeland Security badge and resigned from his employment with the United States government. He had spent over a decade rescuing children from child sex tourism both domestically and overseas. Though his job was difficult, he was proud that his country was one of very few in the world who was actually doing anything about this problem. However, mired in red tape and bureaucracy, Tim left to begin saving the children that he saw falling out of the purview of the US government. These children constitute over 90% of the children lost to child sex slavery and he could do nothing to help them while in the employment of the US government. This is a story about the lost children and the jump team's exploits as they investigate and liberate enslaved children from around the world.


Age of Dragons (201o)

Age of the Dragons is an adaptation of Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick. McKay set Age of the Dragons in a medieval realm where Captain Ahab and crew hunt dragons for the vitriol that powers their world, Ishmael, a charismatic harpooner joins their quest. Ahab's adopted daughter Rachel, beautiful and tough, runs the hunting vessel. Ahab's obsession is to seek revenge on a great "White Dragon" that slaughtered his family when he was young and left his body scarred and mauled, drives the crew deeper into the heart of darkness. In the White Dragon's lair Ahab's secrets are revealed and Rachel must choose between following him on his dark quest or escaping to a new life with Ishmael.

Friends for Life (2008)

Still grieving over the loss of his wife, widowed lawyer Jim Crawford (Michael Flynn) discovers a pack of orphaned wolf cubs who face certain death unless he takes them in. Unprepared for the task, but unwilling to see them suffer, he takes them into his care and keeping…with the help of an offbeat angel. It is a daunting task with unintended…sometimes hilarious consequences. As the wolf cubs grow, so does Jim’s love for them. But wolves are creatures of the wild, and Jim is faced with the excruciating decision to return his companions from whence they came. When a greedy real estate developer (David Nibley) plans threaten the wolves survival, Jim must protect them in their natural habitat…and in the courtroom.

Heber Holiday (2007)

Sierra Young is a rising ingénue, making $10 million per picture. She's also a spoiled brat, partying all night, complaining on the set, unable to perform well. After a tantrum, in which she gets two black eyes, the director has her sent to a rehab clinic in a remote Utah town. Within a day, she's run away and is taken in by Nettie, who runs a bed and breakfast inn. Sierra also meets Nettie's grandson, Tyler, head of the local community theater. Sierra invents a name, tells Nettie a wild story, and reads for a part in Tyler's production of "Taming of the Shrew." Meanwhile, her entourage hires a private eye to find her. In a small town of real people, will she find herself first?

The Dance (2007)

'The Dance' features three couples whose stories are entwined at a dance. Harvard student Cameron reluctantly agrees to take a break from his busy student life and go to a dance organized by his English literature professor, Charles Gordon. Cameron finds the nerve to ask his older brother's former girlfriend Zoe, a beautiful, focused and rather intimidating dance student. Zoe, with some trepidation, accepts the offer but the two only stay at the dance long enough to make Cameron's old girlfriend jealous. Meanwhile, bachelor Howard, a witty, successful and career-obsessed day trader gets pressed into acting as M.C. for the dance. His date is Alyson, a sweet, kind-hearted single mother of two who is really excited about her first post-divorce date. At first she shrugs off Howard's insensitive and sarcastic wit, but when it hits too close to home, Alyson confronts him about it. When he's teaching at school, Charles is the ultimate genius on romance and Shakespeare. But at home, he seems to resemble Hamlet more closely than Romeo. Charles and his wife Laura end up going separately to the dance when Charles' biting cynicism cuts too deeply. The story reveals a relationship that has been slowly deteriorating. As the music plays on, these three couples delve a little deeper into their hearts to reveal the steps they need to take in their relationships. 'The Dance' unveils the passion, heart-ache and hope to which any couple can relate.

Joan of Arc (Jehanne)

Ron Maxwell and McKay Daines discuss their upcoming project "Joan of Arc"

In the Face of Evil (2004)

Good versus evil in this epic tale which chronicles Ronald Reagan's crusade to destroy the most tyrannical and depraved political systems the world has ever known.