Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Thursday, October 11, 2012


The 11:11 Documentary, 'SHELVED' was released this past August, but for whatever reason, it was only available for purchase. They finally added the rental option so you can now rent the film for only $2.99. Click on the banner to visit the Product Page.

Saturday, July 28, 2012


'SHELVED' has surfaced on Amazon's Instant Video. It is now available to own or rent. For details, visit the Amazon product page (HERE)


Friday, July 27, 2012

THE 'CURSE' OF 11:11

The journey started in 2004. That Summer, we rolled cameras for the first time on our unique coming-of-age film. The original plan was to shoot half of the film, take a short break, and finish the following winter. But what happened instead was a five year break. 
In 2009, the screenplay was re-imagined and cameras started rolling once again with plans of releasing the film in 2010. Instead the film was shelved.
In 2011, we announced that there would be a feature-length documentary on the rise and fall of the film, slated for a November, 2011 release. Then we waited some more...
I'm happy to report that the wait is over. "SHELVED: The Rise and Fall of 11:11" has finally surfaced and is now available. Sadly, it's not the film we set out to make, but there is now finally closure to the 11:11 movie project. For those of you who have been following this project from the beginning, we appreciate the support and hope you'll get some satisfaction from the documentary. Since we couldn't give you the film itself, everyone involved with the documentary wanted to give you the next best thing. Over 2-hours of footage from the set, going back to 2004. New interviews from the cast and crew, as well as rough cut scenes from 11:11. 
Although it's the rise and fall of 11:11, it could have very well been called the curse of 11:11

Sunday, July 22, 2012


As we continue to wait for Shelved, we know it's getting close, as the other films in the bundle are starting to surface. Amazon has released the other four films and are now available to own or rent. Without having too much feedback as to why 'Shelved' is taking longer to go live, we are assuming the reason is due to it being a new film and is not currently in their database. The other films were all released worldwide on DVD and are already listed in most retailer catalogs. We hope to have an update soon.


Monday, June 18, 2012


After a few months, negotiations with Hulu have ended with no deal, as the parties could not successfully come to terms on a contract. We were less-than enthusiastic with Hulu from the start, as their main focus is on television and mainstream studio films. 'Shelved' would have probably been lost somewhere in the mix.

It's looking like Amazon and iTunes are the frontrunners as far as where it will surface first. There may also be an opportunity for a U.S. release on Blu-Ray, "If" there is a big enough interest. We may post a poll or pre-order page for those who would like to see it released on Blu-Ray.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

More waiting...

Hi folks: First of all, we are receiving your emails and appreciate the continued support. It's been a crazy journey for sure, but you will understand once you see the documentary.

 The January update (below) was based on the information given to us back then, which was not accurate. We can now confirm that Shelved is close to being released. We have learned that releasing a film as a digital download is a much different and more difficult process than releasing on BLU-Ray and DVD. Lots of time is being spent on technical specs to ensure the best picture and sound quality possible. The fact that Shelved is part of a three-film release makes the process even longer.

In addition, unlike Blu-Ray/DVD releases, there is no official street date. These films can go live without notice. So, if you come across it and we haven't made the official release announcement, let us know. The major stores that will carry the film are iTunes, Amazon VOD, Hulu and Netflix. It may even show up on your cable provider's Video on Demand. Again, it can go live anytime now so keep an eye out for it.

Here is the artwork for Shelved and we will be revealing the official trailer when it goes live. Thanks again for your patience and understanding.

Monday, January 16, 2012


We mentioned a few months back that the release of 'SHELVED' will be part of a Multi-Picture Digital Distribution deal, led by our company, Hourglass Pictures. The other films are the early work of our Director, Rocky Costanzo and include his 2001 debut controversial drama, RETURN TO INNOCENCE, as well as the most recent Thriller, AMHURST (2010).  All films will be released for the first time as a digital downloads. We have teamed up with a few distributors on this deal to get a wider release. Now that the ink is dry, here is a promo image that shows what we have been working on. Note: These films are not going to be available as a box set. They will be available for purchase/rent individually.
We will have more info soon...

Friday, January 6, 2012

'Shelved' Promo Clip 4

So, we decided to put up one more clip while the film is preparing for release. This clip introduces Austin Thomas as "Brady" and talks about shooting on the sands of Huntington Beach. The next clip we post will be the complete "Now Available" Trailer, with info on where to get your copy.

Monday, December 12, 2011

We Have A Final Cut!

We hope you like your documentaries long. 'SHELVED' has a final cut of over 2 hours. This documentary covers EVERYTHING on the entire making of "11:11." All that is left now is the music placement and then we will be set for a release date. Stay tuned...

Monday, November 28, 2011

'Shelved' Promo Clip 3

One last clip to close it out. In this clip, Myles and Darian talk about hiding subliminal 11:11's in the background of certain shots. An idea Myles had back in 2004. Before long, every member of the production crew got involved.

Friday, November 25, 2011

'Shelved' Promo Clip 2

Here is another clip from the 11:11 Documentary. In it, Darian Weiss talks about his experience in working with Jose Yenque. (note: both of these clips were uploaded at a lower-than-normal resolution, so the quality isn't the best.)

Thursday, November 24, 2011

First Promo Clip from 'SHELVED'

Happy Thanksgiving!
Here is a promo clip from 'Shelved.' We might post a few more as we continue towards a final cut and release. We were hoping to get the film out this month but it's going to take a little longer. We're close though... Enjoy the clip!

Friday, November 11, 2011


Wednesday, November 9, 2011

No Premiere for Documentary

As we get closer to completion, there has been talk of whether or not to hold a premiere for "Shelved" and based on the focus of getting this project released as soon as possible, planning for a big event such as a premiere would just be too time-consuming. However, we have been approached by a few promoters in various cities with invites to showcase one-time exhibitions, so we might entertain these options. We have added a poll to the blog. If you would like to see a screening of the documentary in one of these cities, let us know by casting your vote.