Transcendent is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Film House that produces independent features and partners with The Panda Fund to release them theatrically. Our current projects are "Jubilee", based on the remarkable true story of Ella Sheppard and the original Fisk Jubilee Singers, and "Deadline." "Deadline" stars Steve Talley and Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts as reporters investigating the murder of an African American youth in rural Alabama that has gone uninvestigated, unsolved and unpunished for almost twenty years. "Deadline" was released in theaters nationwide earlier this year and is now available on DVD/VOD on Amazon, iTunes and from your cable provider. Save $2.00 off each item by using the coupon code FRIEND when ordering "Deadline" DVDs, Blu-rays, posters and more here. "Deadline" is already making waves overseas as well, with deals including Australia, South Africa, The Middle East, Holland, Brazil and even China, one of the few US movies to sell there.
Transcendent's first film "No Regrets" starring Janine Turner and Kate Jackson has been a worldwide success, with repeated airings on HBO in Europe, Lifetime Television domestically, Hallmark in the U.K. and in dozens of other countries around the world. "No Regrets" has even been translated into Chinese!
Next Transcendent co-produced "Two Weeks" starring two time Academy Award winner Sally Field, Ben Chaplin and Tom Cavanagh, with L.A.-based writer-director Steve Stockman. The film was shot in Nashville. Worldwide rights were acquired by MGM which released the film theatrically and on DVD. "Two Weeks" had a pay cable window on Showtime and is now airing on Lifetime.
Transcendent produces the kind of inspiring, uplifting movies that speak to the viewer's heart. Transcendent both develops its own properties and partners with other producers by providing crew, equipment and facilities.