Established in 2007


Our primary purpose is to make incredible films.

We believe that by bringing the disability community within the entertainment and film industry along with us, we can tap into a deep reservoir of talent and experience.

By helping neurotypical and neurodiverse artists form working partnerships, each will better understand the capacities of the other.

In addition, we strive to tell Authentic Stories based on peoples’ real life experiences – because that’s how incredible stories are told.


Not only do we want to make incredible films, we also want to create authentic representation and inclusiveness within the entertainment and film industry.

Our vision is to help the neurodiverse world understand the different perceptions of the spectrum. We want to help the neurodiverse world recognize how they can get past stereotypes and take action to fully realize their professional and artistic potential.


We will – Treat Everyone with Dignity & Respect
We will – Always be Hands On & Visual​​
We will – Respect others’ Perspective

– Peter J. Kangas

Peter J. Kangas: FIlmmaker

Peter is an ambitious up-and-coming filmmaker from Iowa, residing in the Bay Area. He has extensive experience in both Live Action and Set-Based Environments.

He has a style that is kinetic and dynamic that illuminates certain tones and personalizes the experience. Peter believes in “old fashioned values” including the importance of a hard work ethic, meticulous attention to detail, good manners, and respect.

He Produced, Directed and Edited a full length skateboarding video called Relocated, which premiered Summer 2017 in four cities including Iowa City, Davenport Iowa, Chicago and Bay Area. He has also produced dozens of multimedia film projects in the areas of Feature Film. Short Film. Commercial and Documentary. Most recently, he worked on First X, a film about Down syndrome, which won the special award at the Voices Rising Film Festival 2023 on Long Island.
Peter prides himself on both attention to detail and his ability to strategically think about the big picture. He has won awards for his filmmaking and continues to pursue his passion in this field.