Set in the cutthroat world of NYC real estate – where finding a home is tougher than finding your soul mate – OPEN HOUSE follows anchor character Rita Wells, an upbeat Manhattan realtor, as she takes on exasperating clients, a teenage son, an upstart assistant and an impossible mother.
Produced by Victoria Larimore
Starvision with Ostaro
A professional Vedic astrologer, Ostaro is also an actor and TV personality who has appeared on DAVID LETTERMAN and in feature films, including Woody Allen’s STARDUST MEMORIES. In STARVISION, Ostaro invites us into his mystical world, where he makes astrological predictions on today’s stars. Directed and co-produced by Victoria Larimore.
Past Film & TV
Expose the Dark
Directed by Victoria Larimore
This award-winning film noir thriller charts the dark terrain of one woman’s desire for revenge and its unexpected consequences. Critics dubbed this international film festival favorite “darkly sensual,” “intense,” and “well-crafted.” One wrote: “I thought of Dostoyevsky.”
Emmy-Nominated Drama Produced by Victoria Larimore and Oren Rudavsky
Hailed as “a stunning achievement” by critics and playing to sold-out audiences coast to coast, this
award-winning film offers a rare glimpse into a world that shuns technology, yet manages to prosper. The film’s gorgeous imagery led one critic to compare it to Terrence Malick’s Days of Heaven. Broadcast on A&E, TBS, PBS and in more than 20 countries around the globe. Available on Amazon.
Pair of Jokers
The Amish: Not To Be Modern
Starring Tony-Award Winner Marcia Rodd, “America’s Funniest Mom” Andrea Mezvinsky and an international supporting cast, this is classic comedy leading with the heart and finding humor in what connects rather than divides us. Full episode available here.
As a small child, Chloe witnesses a horrific event -- the death of her Mother. But when she is told over and over that what she saw was an accident, Chloe completely submerges the memory into her subconscious. Or so the perpetrator thinks….Gradually, bits and pieces of this horrible night come back to Chloe as nightmares, as déjà vu, as visions….and despite moving thousands of miles away from France to Los Angeles, these odd, disjointed flashes continue to haunt her. After confessing to her boyfriend that it “hurts all the time,” Chloe decides to go into therapy. Soon, she feels that she is on the verge of a breakthrough. But remembering may well cost Chloe her life. Filmed in Provence, France and Los Angeles.
Produced by Mark Gasper
& Victoria Larimore
A traditional Japanese dance performed in a lovely garden where MEMOIR OF A GEISHA was shot.
TV episode profiling Oscar-winning Costume Designer Colleen Atwood. Directed by Victoria Larimore for Executive Producer Yue-Sai Kan.
Nominated for an Emmy, this drama about a Jewish family coming to terms with their mother’s death originally aired on ABC-TV. The fine ensemble cast includes Tovah Feldshuh, Phyllis Newman, Stephen Pearlman and Estelle Harris, and features an original score by Elizabeth Swados.
An older gay man looks back on his life and loves. Considered a classic of early gay cinema, this thoughtful character-driven drama thriller is a New York Times “critic’s pick.”