Locomotive Entertainment


Rolling Like A Stone

In an 8mm amateur home movie from 1965, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones from the Rolling Stones attend an after-concert party with local musicians and fans. The party-goers try, forty years later, to make sense of these memories, and the eternal question of ‘What could have been?’

Scintilla/The Hybrid

An elite team of mercenaries is hired for a covert operation, deep inside a former Soviet state. Arriving at an underground laboratory, their mission is to secure specimens of genetically engineered human and alien hybrids. Battling with a ferocious armed militia as well as dark, menacing creatures, the odds of survival are stacked against them.

One Humanity

The film examines the background to the two global television broadcasts that were staged in the name of Nelson Mandela in 1988 (while he was still in prison on Robben Island) and 1990 (less than two months after his release), as well as the role they played in the struggle to end the Apartheid system, […]

Road Hard

After his movie and television career has run dry, Bruce Madsen (Adam Carolla) is forced to go back on the road, playing one dingy comedy club after another, spending endless nights in budget hotel rooms and always flying coach. Amidst trying to revitalize his career, rekindle his love life and put his daughter through college, […]


STREET GIRLS takes place in the hard streets of the Bronx where a struggling female pimp (Palmer) grows up learning the game from her dad (DMX). Once he’s gone, she’s left to look out for her mother and girlfriend Nikki, while creating enemies after stealing another pimp’s prized girl.


Serbia, autumn 1942, The German army has swiftly captured a majority of the Kingdom Of Yugoslavia. The SS has dispatched 200 men to a mountain hideaway to flush-out one of the Royal Yugoslav Army officers – Colonel Nikola /;Kalabic. The Colonel and his men are surrounded, can they hold out against the German SS, before […]

Holding On

Holding On is a highly charged and intricately plotted contemporary thriller set in London’s gangland. Yet the film is not so much concerned with the mechanics of violence and retribution as with the arbitrary and unpredictable effects that a single violent act has when everyone involved is working to a different agenda. This thriller keeps […]

Ollie Kepler’s Expanding Blue World

Astronomy buff Ollie Kepler moves in with his best friend after losing his fiancée, only to be drawn back to the place of her death. There, a broken promise returns to haunt him with growing intensity. Battling for redemption, Ollie escapes into a nightmare world of his own creation. But his ever spiralling mind stumbles […]

The Alvarado

Encouraged by the stay at home orders of 2020, filmmaker Richard Goldgewicht challenges 7 friends to have a drink with him at his house. The result adds up to exceedingly intimate and engaging interviews in a film filled with energy and clear affection for its subjects. Part time capsule of East Los Angeles during the […]

Going Racing with Adam Carolla

Comedian, podcaster, author, TV host, and car nut Adam Carolla takes his unique sense of humor on a tour of the largest vintage races in the world to ogle and drive fast, vintage cars from the golden age of sports car design and motorsports. From Goodwood’s Festival of Speed in England to the Monterey Historics […]