SANTA MONICA, CA JUNE 04, 2021PRE-PRODUCTION | CRIME

We're so exited to announce our new feature film “Tangiers by Friday", written by Antonia Bogdanovich (PHANTOM HALO), and to be directed by Antonia Bogdanovich.

Executive producer Peter Bogdanovich (“Last Picture show”, “What’s Up Doc“, ”Paper Moon”), producer Goran Milev, and produced by GM Films. Check back with us soon for more about this exciting new project!
















SANTA MONICA, CA JULY, 2021IN DEVELOPMENT| DRAMA, ROMANCE

We're so exited to announce our new feature film “Dues", starring Tony Todd ("Candyman") written by Thomas Beach, and to be directed by I Michael Toth.

Check back with us soon for more about this exciting new project!















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LOS ANGELES, CA APRIL 25, 2021SEVEN THOUSAND SOULS | SANJIN MIRIĆ

"SEVEN THOUSAND SOULS" from Director-Writer Sanjin Mirić. Now playing on GM Films ON DEMAND.

SEVEN THOUSAND SOULS is a documentary - a feature film about the suffering of Serbian and Russian soldiers and interned civilians in Austro-Hungarian camps on the territory of today's Czech Republic, Jindrihovice and Broumov.















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LOS ANGELES, CA NOVEMBER 10, 2020 LEECHES | FEATURE FILM | MILOS RADOVIC

"LEECHES" from Director-Writer Dragan Marinković. Now playing on GM Films ON DEMAND, and Amazon.

Writer Petar Miric, at the time of the great social and political crisis in Serbia represents attitudes that conflict with the principles of the political regime. A close encounter with the State Security Authority leads him to life in paranoia and searching for the truth.















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LOS ANGELES, CA DECEMBER, 2020 THE TRAIN DRIVER'S DIARY | COMEDY, DRAMA | MILOS RADOVIĆ


"The Train Driver's Diary" from director Milos Radović. Coming on Amazon in January 2021!

Statistics show that during their career every railroad engineer working unintentionally kills 15 to 20 people. This is a story about the innocent mass murderers and their lives.















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LOS ANGELES, CA OCTOBER 28, 2020 LIGHT PAINTING | DOCUMENTARY | GORAN MILEV

"Light Painting" GM Films Original Documentary film is now available on Christian Cinema (Roku, Apple, Amazon, Google Play). Now streaming Now streaming in US, UK, Canada, and Worldwide.

Directed by Goran Milev and starring Father Stevan Kovačević, this documentary film is about the Byzantine painting. Byzantine - Iconography is the oldest and the only Christian art form survived unchanged for the last 2000 years.















SANTA MONICA, CA OCTOBER 23, 2020LINE OF LIFE | DOCUMENTARY | DARKO BAJIC | MAGICNA LINIJA

The winner of WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, is now playing on Amazon Prime. Directed by Darko Bajić (Magična Linija) and narrated by Lazar Ristovski, this documentary film is about the painter Miloš Bajić, who was the prisoner of the Mauthausen concentration camp, and his life and art during the Second World War.

He secretly drew the crimes committed in the camp and every movement of the prisoners. He hid his drawings, knowing that he would be shot if they were found. Every new line led him closer to death, but it was also what kept him alive.














LOS ANGELES, CA OCTOBER 25, 2020IN DEVELOPMENT | ACTION - THRILLER

We're thrilled to announce our new feature film Bracero" (In-Development), written by Felipe Ramirez and to be directed by David Llauger Meiselman, produced by Boricua Films. Special Appearance by Danny Trejo.

Written by Felipe Alejandro Ramirez and Lawrence S. Smilgys, "Bracero" film is the story of a man who is suspected and being pursued while on TV by LA’s finest for the shooting & killing of two officers during a bodega store robbery… only to discover that he is a highly decorated War hero and claims to be innocent. Check back with us soon for more about this exciting new project!















HUSTON, TX MAY 21, 2020LINE OF LIFE | DOCUMENTARY | DARKO BAJIC

“Line of Life" directed by Darko Bajić, and produced by Darja Bajić Won the Gold Remi Award at the 53rd Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival.

Miloš Bajić was brought to the Mauthausen concentration camp. He secretly drew the crimes committed in the camp and every movement of the prisoners. He hid his drawings, knowing that he would be shot if they were found. Every new line led him closer to death, but it was also what kept him alive.