Producers - Isen Robbins and Aimee Schoof

In 1997, producers Isen Robbins and Aimee Schoof founded Intrinsic Value Films. Intrinsic Value is very proud to be associated with Gabrielle Savage Dockterman's Missing In America and continues its commitment to making interesting, relevant, independent films. Intrinsic Value productions include:

A Year in a Day (2004), directed By Rob Lane, starring Eduardo Ballerini, Fairuza Balk, and Joshua Leonard.

Shooting Livien (2004) by Rebecca Cook, starring Jason Behr, Sarah Wynter, Dominic Monaghan, Joshua Leonard, and Ally Sheedy.

Satan's Little Helper (2003), by Jeff Leiberman (Squirm, Blue Sunshine, Remote Control) starring Amanda Plummer - Tribeca Film Festival 2004.

Exist (2004) by Esther Bell - Rotterdam International Film Festival, Goddass-Showtime and Sundance Channel.

Brother to Brother (2003), directed by Rodney Evans, starring Anthony Mackie, Roger Robinson, Larry Gillard, Aunjanue Ellis - Sundance 2004 Special Grand Jury Prize, Gordon Parks Screenwriting Award, Berlin International Film Festival '04, released by PBS, Wellspring, and Wolfe Theatrical in October 2004.

Anything But Love (2002), by Robert Carey, starring Isabel Rose, Andrew McCarthy and Eartha Kitt - 2003 theatrical release Samuel Goldwyn, Wellspring, Starz and Lifetime.

Death of a Dynasty (2002) by Damon Dash of Roc-a-Fella records, starring Jay-Z, Rob Stapleton, Devon Aoki, Capone - Tribeca Film Festival '03, Wellspring International release.

Intrinsic co-produced The Hebrew Hammer (2002), directed by Josh Kesselman, starring Adam Goldberg, Andy Dick and Mario Van Peebles for Content Films - 2003 Sundance Film Festival, Comedy Central and Strand Release in 2003.

Intrinsic produced XX/XY (2001) by Austin chick, starring Mark Ruffalo and Kathleen Robertson - 2002 Sundance Dramatic Competition, '03 IFC Films, MGM video, Senator Int.

Intrinsic associate produced Te Amo (2000), directed by Sergio Castillas - Sundance 2001, nominated Best Latin Director, Madstone release.

Intrinsic produced Beyond the Ocean(1999), directed by Tony Pemberton, Sundance 2000 Dramatic Competition, Searchparty Films release.

Isen Robbins earned his M.S. in Cinema Studies from CUNY in 1993. He was a teacher of theory and history before he began his work in film as a production designer for multiple independent feature films. In 1996 he produced his first feature film, The Sticky Fingers of Time, directed by Hilary Brougher with Good Machine. Sticky Fingers has been to over one hundred Film Festivals, including Venice, Toronto, and Rotterdam, and was distributed by Strand Releasing theatrically and on DVD/video. He has also line produced/associate produced other features, music videos and commercials.

[Photo by Carole Segal.]

Aimee Schoof graduated in 1993 from Florida State University with a Bachelors degree in Communications/Film. She moved to New York and started working in production on low-budget independent films as a production coordinator, location manager, and production manager. After joining the production company Cavin Artists Ltd. in 1994, she produced several short films, music videos, industrials, and her first feature film, Vertical City. She is the co-creator of an interactive website for the film industry, Global Film & Media Access, launched in 1996. She has also line produced and production supervised other features, music videos and commercials.

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