Planet Single is the second collaboration by Attackships creatives in the Polish film market. It was co-written by Sam Akina and Jules Jones and directed by Mitja Okorn for Gigant Films. The plot revolves around a chauvinistic talk show host who convinces an elementary school music teacher to lampoon her dating life on his show. It was released on Valentines Day in 2016 to critical acclaim and has since become one of the highest grossing Polish films of all time. Planet Single has also won Audience Choice awards at the Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago and Los Angeles Polish Film Festivals as well as the Audience Award at CineEast.
A bloody tale of revenge inspired by films like "The Terminator" "Payback" and "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels". Ca$h, as it is called in the states, made its North American debut on the Starz/Encore network in 2009, and shortly after was released to DVD and Netflix. The story of ruthless juggernaut Ca$h's quest to find and kill his nemesis Hector Gonzales is currently available in over 30 countries worldwide.
A Polish romantic comedy that took the country by storm in 2011. Listy do M. was directed by Mitja Okorn and Co-Written by Sam Akina for the TVN Network in Warsaw, Poland. Made on a budget of $1.2 million dollars and featuring some of the country's premier acting talent, Listy went on to earn over $40 million theatrically - becoming the highest grossing Polish film of the past two decades. Stateside it also won top honors at the 2012 Seattle Polish Film Festival, the 2012 Toronto Polish Film Festival, and the 2012 Chicago Polish Film Festival.
Attackships creatives Sam Akina and Jules Jones were hired to write the English language remake of Xiaogang Feng's 2005 film "A World Without Thieves" for producer Duncan Kenworthy (Love Actually, Notting Hill, The Eagle) and Toledo Productions. The scripting process lasted for nine months from March to December 2013.