Our signature films are shaped for those who think outside the box. Through virtually all stages of production we push the limits of innovation and creativity, and at times we display narratives of mild controversy. While inspired by the legends of cinema, our films display a unique blend of youthful confidence and visual impatience not present in previous generations. Our main objective is to boldly entertain. Our second objective is to bridge the vicious gap between Hollywood cinema and independent film. Our awards include “Best Student Film” at the Northampton Independent Film Festival and “Best Film Overall” at the University of Massachusetts Amherst UVC-TV 19 Film Festival. Our work has also been featured at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival and the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. Films Royale LLC is an umbrella corporation with three commercial subsidiaries. The company works on independent films, commissioned video projects and freelance advertising campaigns. In addition, the company distributes independent music and fashion to freethinking consumers. In 2005, Jesse Barack and Aaron Fradkin became acquainted while attending an advanced young filmmakers’ seminar at the Maine Media Workshops. Fellow filmmaker Jackson Adams was also attending, and together they created “The Long Road to Gary,” a mockumentary on the making of a zombie film. Completed in less than a week, the film was featured at the 2005 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival, the 2005 Northampton Independent Film Festival, where it was awarded “Best Student Film,” and the 2009 UVC-TV 19 Film Festival at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where it won the top prize of "Best Overall." It has been selected to showcase at the 2009 Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. Barack and Daniel Forberg met in college. In 2008 they produced satirical crime thriller "Wet Foot Duck" and in 2009, the absurdist "Fritz, Francis and Frederick" – Parts One and Two in "Death of a Neuron," an anti-drug trilogy. Part Three, titled "The High Society," is in post-production. In that same year they teamed with Ragnar Olsson to produce “Pizzaboi,” a peculiar comedy. And in the United Kingdom, Barack and colleague Alejandro Lozano created a short film titled “Charlie Goes to London” Currently in the works is "The Star Sailor," a musical following the procreative efforts of an intergalactic Don Juan. Several additional films are in the writing stage, including two features. Following "The Long Road to Gary," Fradkin directed a satirical pilot about a neurotic college student, titled “Shtick It To Cameron.” Recently he produced “The Scenic Route,” a comedy thriller.