Indie Companies: Delirio Films (Documentaries)

About Delirio Films:
For over 10 years, it has built a library of films which embody a unique combination of artistic integrity and commercial viability. Delirio premiered three features at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival: Magnolia Film’s Mike Wallace Is Here, Hulu Original Ask Dr. Ruth and Amazon’s Honey Boy which earned director Alma Har’el a DGA Award. Past films include SXSW Audience Award Winner Becoming Bond and Too Funny To Fail which marked Hulu’s launch into original documentaries Alma Har’el’s LoveTrue and her Tribeca winner Bombay Beach, Magnolia Films’ No Place On Earth, Netflix’s first original film and SXSW Audience Award winner The Short Game and Sundance Audience Award winner The Green Prince. Last fall in partnership with LeBron James’ SpringHill company Delirio premiered the Emmy-nominated Netflix docu-series The Playbook profiling championship-winning coaches as they share the rules they live by to achieve success in sports and in life. Past series include Hunting ISIS for History and Avi Belkin’s true crime series No One Saw A Thing for SundanceTV. They are currently in production on a Magic Johnson documentary series and recently released Shadow Kingdom a concert film for Bob Dylan directed by Alma Har’el.