SRM Productions is a collaborative production company combining the striking visuals of Supermongrel Imagery with masterful storytelling. As creators of the highly anticipated "Girls Just Wanna Grind" and the heartbreaking look at schizophrenia in "My Mother, The Monster?" we bring untold stories to light, reaching down to the core of what makes us human.
SRM Productions makes provocative films, with incredible insight the team connects with people regardless of circumstance. From addicts to executives, scientists to socialites... we expose the human in all, taking us to worlds we would never otherwise venture, sharing wisdoms found in the strangest of places.
Forget the endless stream of vapid, botoxed California socialites and join us for an intimate look inside the extreme world of professional girl skateboarders. From gang violence to suicidal siblings, these teens face challenges far beyond the occasional concussion or "ramp tramp" taunt. Religion, homelessness, cancer, and addiction fuel the fires that keep these girls seeking inner peace at the skatepark.
"For most of my childhood, I wished my mother would die." James, a seemingly well adjusted adult, embarks on a personal journey to uncover the reason why he was left under the sole care of an extreme paranoid schizophrenic. His journey started a series of conversations with others who suffer from schizophrenia or were under the care of a schizophrenic. In this ground-breaking documentary, grown children of mentally ill parents candidly share their experiences of torment, confusion, guilt and shame.
"Girls shouldn't do that... they might hurt themselves." Society continually reinforces the idea that girls should avoid danger, be nice, look pretty. This film shows that not only can women do cool things... they do them well.