Rogue Arts has produced 8 films and Rogue Arts and Fairway Films Alliance has handled the distribution of more than 50 titles. Founded as a production company in 2004 by Actor/Filmmaker Kirk Harris, company executives now include Celebrity sports talent and marketing agent Don Franken, Retired Navy Special Forces SWCC Vernon Mortensen and Fairway Films Alliance's Marty Poole. "With over 20 years working film in film sales, and also as a filmmaker, I felt it was time to create a company by, with, and for the filmmaker" stated Fairway Films Alliance founder, Marty Poole. Another feature of the Rogue Arts and Fairway Film Alliance partnership is the unique blend of world sales, theatrical booking, digital content knowledge and PR and Marketing experience the principles have.
Recent produced titles include: The Kid: Chamaco, directed by celebrated Mexican producer Miguel Necoechea starring Martin Sheen, Kirk Harris and Gustavo Sanchez Parra. They also include the freshly completed Western Thriller The Sorrow, directed by Rogue Arts' Vernon Mortensen and starring Harris, John Savage and Michael Madsen.
Rogue Arts titles have screened at the Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, Slamdance and Venice Film Festivals.
Recent titles that premiered at AFM were the FX action film "Time Warrior", Terrorist subway thriller "Red Line" and "The Sorrow". "Time Warrior" and "Red Line" were acquired through a new strategic alliance with the San Diego Film Festival to provide distribution for some of their premiere entries.
Additionally, Rogue Arts has two TV series in development as well as several feature projects of varying budgets in the pipeline.
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