Such Much Films, Inc. is an LA-based independent film production company established by Producer Judi Levine & Writer/Director Ben Lewin.
Levine & Lewin have worked together and independently in Australia, Europe and the United States. Their features include Paperback Romance starring Anthony LaPaglia and Gia Carrides and The Favor, the Watch & the Very Big Fish starring Jeff Goldblum, Bob Hoskins and Natasha Richardson. Their work also includes documentaries, television series and tele-movies, most notably the multi-award winning television drama series The Dunera Boys starring Bob Hoskins as well as the documentary series The Migrant Experience.
Their most recent documentary projects have been Hollywood Gold – a wry look at the jewelry trade of Hollywood and the Oscars, and Yarrabah: An Aboriginal Odyssey which follows the journey of a group of Australian Aboriginal teenagers as the earn themselves a trip to Los Angeles through good grades and community building efforts.
In addition to documentary filmmaking, Ben directs episodic TV. His work in that arena includes Ally McBeal, Touched by an Angel and the award-winning Australian series Sea Change.
Such Much Films' most recent project is the award-winning feature film THE SESSIONS starring Oscar-nominees John Hawkes and William H. Macy, and Oscar-winner Helen Hunt. Based on an essay by Mark O’Brien about his true-life experiences with a sex surrogate, the film was adapted for the screen and directed by Ben Lewin, and won the Audience Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival as well as a Sundance Special Jury Prize for Ensemble cast the same year. The film also won the Audience Award at the 2012 San Sebastian Film Festival and an Audience Award at the 2012 Mill Valley Film Festival. For their performances in THE SESSIONS, both Helen Hunt and John Hawkes were 2013 Independent Spirit Award Winners and 2013 Golden Globe nominees. Hunt was also nominated for a 2013 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
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