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a film by Salvador Litvak
now available on DVD and Blu-Ray
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a film by Jennifer Phang
now available on DVD
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a documentary feature by Kimi Takesue
Currently available through Icarus Films
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a film by Mia Trachinger
Official Sundance Film Festival Selection
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a short film by Moon Molson
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a short film by Mia Trachinger
[Now Playing on ITVS: Future States Season 2]

Lane Street Pictures
7510 W. Sunset Blvd. #1428
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(818) 332-9940 office   |   (310) 388-3080 fax
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Lane Street Pictures

Producing independently spirited narrative and documentary feature film.

We work on all aspects of filmmaking from development through distribution and specialize in post production and visual effects.

We take pride in bringing unique and audacious stories to the screen and always look to surprise and inspire audiences.

Where Are You Taking Me?
Available now through Icarus Films:

MOMAKimi Takesue's feature documentary Where Are You Taking Me? made its debut at the Roterdam Film Festival and was also showcased at the Museum of Modern Art as part of the Documentary Fortnight. This

"...an uplifting observational documentary that plays on seeing and being seen." - Variety

"...a poetic corrective to lingering stereotypes." - LA Weekly

A high society wedding, a boxing club, a beauty salon, a school for survivors of the civil war: these are a few of the many places in Uganda discovered in this film.

Kids in Lira in Where Are You Taking Me?Employing an observational style, this contemplative documentary reveals multifaceted portraits of Ugandans in both public and private spaces. The film travels through Uganda, roaming the vibrant streets of Kampala and the rural quiet of the North, to reveal a diverse society where global popular culture finds expression alongside enduring Ugandan traditions. The film asks us to consider the complex interplay between the observer and the observed, and challenges our notions of both the familiar and exotic. It offers unexpected images of a complex country, encouraging us to abandon pre-conceived notions of where we are going and what we will find.
Half-LIfe Animated Still

A favorite animated moment from


is young Timothy's dream. Beautiful and haunting.


Sundance Channel : Half-LIfe
Half-Life Poster
See Jennifer Phang's
Now available on DVD
Sundance 2011
Crazy Beats Strong Postcard
Congratulations to Moon Molson and team:
Crazy Beats Strong Every Time
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Reuben Lim
Lane Street Pictures