Bandito Brothers co-founder Scott Waugh has teamed with vet studio executive Simon Swart and L.A-based real estate developer Brad Pilz to launch Rock Pile Studios. The venture, in which Bandito Brothers will be involved, will develop, produce and distribute inspirational and aspirational family-friendly films. The partners have found a compelling first project. I Believe In Love will chronicle the struggles of Amy Purdy, who nearly died after catching Neisseria meningitis at age 19. Though she lost both legs, Purdy became a world class snowboarder, a 2014 Paralympic medalist, and a fan favorite contestant on Dancing With The Stars, where she finished as runner-up last year.