The Aloe Entertainment team and its founder Mary Aloe’s film production company are located in Beverly Hills, California. Mary Aloe and her team at Aloe Entertainment specialize in film packaging and providing equity and mezzanine financing to films, as well as in-house project development to produce screenplay. The Aloe Entertainment team and Mary Aloe produce and/or finance 4 to 5 films per year. Mary Aloe has financed and/or produced 37 films (22 in the past 6 years alone). Aloe Entertainment’s slate of films for 2021 includes “Flag Day” (out August 20 via MGM’s United Releasing) which was directed by Sean Penn and stars Sean Penn, Dylan Penn, Josh Brolin, Katheryn Winnick and Regina King, and premiered at Cannes Film Festival 2021; “Karen,” the satirical racial justice thriller that brings the global “Karen meme” to life, hits iTunes, Amazon and more September 3 and BET September 14; “Bruised,” starring and directed by Halle Berry, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and will premiere on Netflix in Q4 2021; “Wander”, with Aaron Eckhardt and Tommy Lee Jones; and “Breach”, starring Bruce Willis, also came out recently. Among their upcoming films in production for 2022, Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment team are currently filming ‘Groove Tails’, co-written, produced and starring Jamie Foxx, ‘Armistice’, ‘Birdseye’ and ‘Girl Who Fell from the sky.”
Home Production house Mary Aloe, Founder of Aloe Entertainment Movie Production House, Roars in Q4 2021 with 4 Movies – ‘Worth’, ‘Flag Day’, ‘Karen’ and ‘Bruised’
Beverly Hills, Calif., September 03, 2021 — (PR.com) — Mary Aloe and her partners are executive producers of ‘Worth,’ which premieres today on Netflix via Higher Ground Productions and Barack and Michelle’s MadRiver Pictures Barack Obama. The film stars Oscar-winning actor Michael Keaton and Oscar nominees Stanley Tucci and Amy Ryan. Written by Max Borenstein and directed by Sara Colangelo, it’s the true story of attorney Kenneth Feinberg who was appointed by the US government to head the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund. With more than $7 billion to provide families and loved ones of victims, he was given the impossible task of “playing God” and calculating the economic loss of each victim of 9/11 – there was in fact a formula ! However, Feinberg’s cynical worldview changes completely, as one by one he and his team listen to thousands of families and loved ones of victims tell their stories about the victims of 9/11. Feinberg went against the very system that hired him and won. “Worth” launched to outstanding reviews at the Sundance Film Festival. Click the link to see the official Netflix “Worth” Trailer.