(Writer/Director) ROB HARDY and (Producer) WILL PACKER'S RAINFOREST FILMS was founded in 1994 by Rob Hardy and Will Packer. Their first film was the critically lauded Chocolate City, followed by Trois, an independent drama made in 2000 which went on to become the fastest growing African-American film to reach the million-dollar mark. Trois also landed Rainforest Films at the #34 spot of Top 500 Film Distributors and inclusion in Daily Variety's Top 50 Highest Grossing Independent Films of the Year. Next, Rainforest released Pandora's Box, which garnered critical acclaim and solid box office revenues. The release of the feature drama Lockdown, starring Richard T. Jones, Gabrielle Casseus, and Master P., landed Rainforest in The Hollywood Reporter story about the "New Establishment" of Black Power Brokers in Hollywood.
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