Ashley Sabin and David Redmon met on the making of Mardi Gras: Made in China and continued collaborating on Kamp Katrina, Intimidad, and Invisible Girlfriend. Both Redmon and Sabin are currently completing two more documentary projects Darlings, and Noahâ€™s Arc and a hybrid film called Potlatch. Mardi Gras: Made in China was nominated for the Grand Jury award at the Sundance Film Festival and had a successful film festival run where it played in over 300 locations (including the Puffin Cultural Forum Teaneck, NJ). It also premiered on the Sundance Channel, Documentary Channel, Link TV, NHK (Japan), Rialto Channel (New Zealand), VEA (Australia), Palador Pictures (India), Chanel 8 (Israel), TV Polska (Poland), TV Choice (UK), Qantas Inflight (Australia), and Free Speech TV. Kamp Katrina and Intimidad both premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival, were selected to screen at the Museum of Modern Art, and have screened on The Documentary Channel Link TV and Free Speech TV. Invisible Girlfriend is currently being shown on the Documentary Channel and Free Speech TV. A year ago with greater aspirations for the life of their films Sabin and Redmon started the distribution branch of their production company Carnivalesque Films. Carnivalesque Films now distributes all of their productions and also other gems including, Orphans, Manhattan, KS, Holy Modal Rounders: Bound to Lose, The New Year Parade, and Woodpecker.