|Founder||Steven G. Kaplan|
Rainstorm Entertainment was confirmed in November 2003 to produce and finance the documentary film Fuck, with production scheduled to begin in January 2004. The film was completed in 2005 by film director Steve Anderson's film company Mudflap Films; it was executive produced by Rainstorm Entertainment co-founders Steven Kaplan and Gregg Daniel, along with Bruce Leiserowitz, Jory Weitz and Richard Ardi.
|2000||Terror Tract||Lance W. Dreesen and Clint Hutchison||Winner, Pegasus Audience Award (Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film)|
|Winner, Silver Raven (Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film)|
|Winner, Best Feature (Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival)|
|Winner, Festival Prize (Shriekfest)|
|2003||The Big Empty||Steve Anderson||Steve Anderson made his directorial debut in 2003 with this film starring Daryl Hannah and Jon Favreau.|
|2005||Fuck||Steve Anderson||The movie was shown for the first time on November 7, 2005 at the AFI Film Festival. The 2005 AFI Film Festival was held at the ArcLight Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California.|
|2006||Big Bad Wolf||Lance W. Dreesen||Winner, Silver Award, Best Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Film, (WorldFest Houston)|
|Red White Black and Blue||Tom Putnam||Winner, Special Jury Prize, Best Score (BendFilm Festival)|
|2007||Lost Colony: The Legend of Roanoke
(also known as Wraiths of Roanoke)
|Matt Codd||Television movie starring actor Adrian Paul|
|2008||I Am An Island||Jennifer DeLia||Short film|
|2010||John Henry: A Steel Driving Horse||Cameron Duddy and Chris Koby||Documentary film about a Thoroughbred racehorse.|
|2011||Billy Bates||Jennifer DeLia||Feature film about a "tormented artist"; made with assistance of Julie Pacino, daughter of actor Al Pacino.|
|2012||Sunset Strip||Hans Fjellestad||Documentary film about the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California; the film was screened at the South by Southwest film festival.|
|2013||State of Control
(also known as Tibet in Ruins)
|Christian Johnston and Darren Mann||Documentary film about Tibet; according to The Washington Post, filmmakers had to deal with cyberwarfare against their computers during production.|
|Its So Easy and Other Lies||Christopher Duddy||Documentary film about biography of Duff McKagan, bass player for music group Guns N' Roses.|
|Blunt Force||Daniel Zirilli|
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