SFO Entertainment to Release Documentaries ‘Feeding Tomorrow’ and ‘Killing Me Softly With His Songs’ With Gravitas Ventures (EXCLUSIVE)

SFO Entertainment has slated releases for feature documentaries “Feeding Tomorrow” and “Killing Me Softly With His Songs” with Gravitas Ventures. These releases mark the inception of documentaries, docuseries and scripted projects under the banner of SFO Entertainment, aligned with its mission to create entertainment that inspires passion for social issues.

“We believe in shedding light on critical issues that impact our world, and we are committed to making a positive impact through the power of cinema,” SFO Entertainment founder Jon Sheinberg said in a statement, adding that this partnership will “help spread the light far and wide.”

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Focused on the global issue of food scarcity and sustainable agriculture, “Feeding Tomorrow” explores solutions to feed the growing population and create a more sustainable future. It won the best environmental film award at the 2022 Los Angeles Documentary Film Festival. The documentary is produced by Common Table Creative, the production company of co-directors Oliver English and Simon English. “Feeding Tomorrow” will be released on transactional VOD for rental and purchase on Jan. 23, 2024.

Gravitas Ventures’ second release “Killing Me Softly With His Songs,” directed by Danny Gold, follows the life of songwriter Charles Fox. The documentary was filmed in Hollywood, Cuba and France and features live performances from Rita Wilson, Jason Alexander, Common, Diane Warren and The Barenaked Ladies. It is scheduled to be released on April 2, 2024.

“Gravitas has long been a champion of purpose-driven documentaries and pride ourselves on finding audiences for these personal yet global storie. We’re excited to have the opportunity to partner with SFO and support its mission towards a better future,” added Bill Guentzler, Gravitas Ventures’ vice president of acquisitions.

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