Dedicated to the belief that anything worth watching should both entertain and inspire, Imaginaut Entertainment has produced many innovative and exciting projects.
Please check out a few of our favorites below.
Annette Bening reads for Storyline Online, an award-winning web series designed to give children with internet access the opportunity to hear an adult they recognize reading to them. This Imaginaut-produced series promotes literacy and stars the likes of Jason Alexander, Elijah Wood, and Al Gore.
Filmed on-set at the abandoned Linda Vista Hospital, our crew braved all-nighters at the supposedly haunted location to create special feature segments for Paramount Digital’s Circle of Eight. Be sure to look for Circle of Eight, now available on DVD, at your local BlockBuster store!
Rise and Walk was shot in 2011 in Nigeria during a medical outreach mission. The entire film was made on a shoestring as part of the outreach - a single cameraman toting only what he could carry in a backpack. For more info about the mission and how you can contribute, please visit: GEANCO.org
Imaginaut Entertainment is producing this inspiring documentary with Docutainment Films about a man named Harry deLeyer who saved a worn-out plow horse, Snowman, from the glue factory. Together, Harry and Snowman would go on to accomplish great feats in show jumping.
Produced by Imaginaut Entertainment, this award-winning documentary follows the infamous b-movie director, Jim Wynorski, as he attempts to make a movie, The Witches of Breastwick, in just three days. We even won a Telly award for the trailer itself.
The intriguing backdrops used for the interviews were created by the clever use of a light placed on a dolly as it was pulled down a dark corridor towards the camera. You have to see it to believe it. Be sure to look for Circle of Eight, now available on DVD, at your local BlockBuster store!