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Desperate Endeavors

Desperate Endeavors is a 2012 film adapted from Seeking Home, a biography of Jayant Patel coming to America to pursuse the American Dream. The film is produced and directed by Salim Khassa.

Orwell Comes to America

This compelling documentary by LBYL Films, reveals a wide variety of insightful opinions and viewpoints which often ruffle-the-feathers of conventional wisdom, Addressing incisiveness on all issues resonates within a broad scope of his public following. ORWELL COMES TO AMERICA is a lightning rod for criticism, both positive and negative, depending on each viewer's point-of-view. At 60 minutes, director Salim Khassa has placed together a tightly-wrapped, intelligent documentary endeavor reflecting the inner workings of one of the most intriguing personalities in today's society.

L’Echange

A political web of intrigue and danger weaves through the tense movie thriller ”L’echange.” Russian terrorists kidnap the son of the French Minister of Defense in order to use the boy as a bargaining chip to obtain the design plans of a highly sought after secret weapon. The terrorist syndicate is led by a ruthless woman, Miss Markova who contacts the Defense Minister to meet her demands but resistance causes anger to boil over with Hell-to-pay. Influences from a shady past cloud the picture and no easy exchange can be resolved without violence, setting up a daring rescue which changes the course of all lives involved…and ends for many more unlucky warriors in battle.

The Bottom Billion

The Bottom Billion is one hour documentary highlighting the economic crash in 2008, featuring provocative interviews with key experts yielding a creative perspective on the contributing causes. At the fifth anniversary of the Market crash of 2008 and the onset of the great "Recession" This story the Bottom Billion is timely review leading to the questions " Can another crash happen? & When?" The Bottom Billion charts focuses of seeing the feature from the prospective of those most in need.

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