LASER PIGEON PICTURES LLC strives for not only entertainment, but empowerment and education through film. We believe in collaboration with individuals and companies representing all classes, races, gender identities, and abilities.

Our vanguard short film "Bumblebees" screened at thirty seven film festivals, won nine awards, six nominations, and four honorable mentions, garnered online distribution deals with IndieFlix, SproutFlix, and PeachFlix, and helped represent THEA at Cannes. It played at the White House Disability in Media Summit, the Business Disability Forum in London, and the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Canada. This led the Laser Pigeon team to speak at institutions such as Harvard Medical School, the CDC, and the National Inclusion Institute. ‘Bees’ is still used in curricula around the world to facilitate dialogue on autism spectrum disorder, general disability visibility, and compassion.

Our fundraising video for The Lionheart School helped raise $190K towards programs for students on the autism spectrum.

“Max & The Monster” premiered during the opening night of the 25th annual Austin Film Festival. It acts as a proof of concept for a pilot and series of the same name.

Laser Pigeon Pictures is spearheaded by Jenna Kanell.