WE MAKE BIG IDEAS HAPPEN
We are a tool for educational outreach using film as a medium to focus on storytelling about S.T.E.A.M.
Infinity Arts Foundation will purchase life rights, books, and screenplays to make films, based on true stories, which seek to better humanity through the promotion of positive social change and innovative thought--whether it is promoting racial and gender equality, with stories such as Emmy Noether, or challenging the status quo, with innovators like Louis Armstrong. Infinity Arts Foundation will hire writers and pay for the development of materials and then finance production of its own films, as well as co-produce other films with similar philosophical designs. By providing the financial support to these important stories, Infinity Arts Foundation will ensure that more true stories get told without being artistically compromised. Ours will be a sustainable nonprofit model where income from films will be reinvested into the foundation and create ongoing revenue. This revenue will allow for a continuous production schedule of culture changing, innovative, and inspiring products as well as residency opportunities for emerging artists of all disciplines. As we grow our vision, we will seek alliances with leading cultural, scientific, and mathematics organizations and other arts institutions to collaborate and expand our impact.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” ~Albert Einstein
Infinity Films will operate three main businesses:
Develop: acquire underlying rights to source material. Hire writers, directors, and other creative team members to advance projects.
Produce: oversee all aspects of production: pre-production, principal photography, post-production and marketing
Co-produce: strategic partnerships and industry relations will be used to manage risk and maximize returns.
Infinity Films future
VERA RUBIN: A Life
The first biography of a pioneering astronomer who made significant contributions to our understanding of dark matter and championed the advancement of women in science.
In 2013, a crew of 30 Greenpeace activists and scientists from around the world set out to protest peacefully on the first ever oil rig in Arctic waters.
They were assaulted at gunpoint by Russian soldiers and sentenced to 10 years in prison without a proper trial. This is their story.
SALLY RIDE: America's First Woman in Space
Sally Ride made history as the first American woman in space. A member of the first astronaut class to include women, she broke through a quarter-century of white male fighter jocks when NASA chose her for the seventh shuttle mission, cracking the celestial ceiling and inspiring several generations of women.
Emmy Noether's important contributions to abstract algebra are unparalleled. She discovered Noether's theorem, which is fundamental in mathematical physics. She was described by Pavel Alexandrov, Albert Einstein, Jean Dieudonné, Hermann Weyl and Norbert Wiener as the most important woman in the history of mathematics.
New Orleans native, Louis Armstrong played a pivotal role in the birth of jazz but little is known about his role in civil rights. Louis was a true artist, self-taught, who paved the way for generations of others. Louis was a powerful voice and pathfinder in the movement using his artistry to open doors to African Americans.
FREUD’S LAST SESSION
Based upon the critically acclaimed play by Mark St. Germain, Freud’s Last Session examines the beliefs of C. S. Lewis and Freud on the eve of World War 2.