8180 Films: Independent Film Production Company
Since 2008, our independent film production company, 8180 Films, has produced four independent feature films, including a post WWII drama, (Christina), a comedy documentary, (The Coexist Comedy Tour), a neo-noir suspense thriller, (The Girl on the Train), and a performance documentary (Beyond Glory starring Stephen Lang).
All four features were directed by award-winning writer/director/editor Larry Brand, a founding partner in 8180 Films along with award-winning producers Rebecca Reynolds and Jim Carpenter. Since the beginning, 8180 Films’ goal has been to produce high quality, cost-effective indie films.
For each film, our independent film company has been able to attract such talented actors and comedians as Stephen Lang, Gary Sinise, Nicki Aycox, Jordan Belfi, Henry Ian Cusick, David Marguiles, Moshe Kasher and John Fugelsang. 8180 Films’ features have played at the Mumbai International Film Festival, the Oaxaca Film Festival and in festivals across the country, including Newport Beach Film Festival, Napa Valley Film Festival, Sedona International Film Festival, Chelsea Film Festival, New York City’s VisionFest and Traverse City Film Festival.
Like many other indie film companies, we rely on film festivals for exposure. Our films have won awards in every major category, including Best Drama, Best Documentary, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director and Best Screenplay. 8180 Films’ first three features are available across all platforms, including iTunes and Amazon. Our recently completed feature, Beyond Glory, will soon be released. Stay tuned to learn more about Beyond Glory and more films produced by our independent film production company, 8180 Films.
“Stephen Lang’s inspiring tour de force of writing and acting brings to life a handful of this nation’s greatest real heroes, who now, with this film, pass firmly into legend.”
– James Cameron, Director (Avatar, Titanic, The Terminator)
Josh Horowitz's podcast interview with Stephen Lang about Beyond Glory.
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