Our Slate of Projects
We are grateful to be in a position to be able to shepherd projects that we are passionate about. Our slate reflects a diverse range of genres and budgets. Some have been developed entirely in-house, some are co-productions and others represent strategic partnerships. We are small but agile and if we see a project's sensibilities align with ours we are more then happy to help bring it to the masses.
CLEO - The Last Pharaoh
Genre: Animated Family Action Adventure
Inspired by the formative years of Cleopatra’s life which have never been focused on in film:
Cleopatra is an extremely bookish teen who sets out to save her father’s life and her country’s future
Award winning screenplay being developed from the creators of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, THE LION KING, ALADDIN, MULAN, and BIG HERO 6.
Genre: Faith-based Drama
The free-spirited daughter of a retired Brigadier General is diagnosed with brain cancer and the government denies her only chance in a revolutionary treatment, she must risk her life for the procedure in a foreign land, and pray it’s not too late.
Genre: Feature Drama – Female Driven (truly, the lead is a female immigrant runner)
Based on a True Story
A girl from a broken family lives a double life, running illegal immigrants from the Mexican border by night and holding down a regular job by day, until the illegal side takes over and a run gone wrong drives her to turn her life around and be the change that helps her own family.
Genre: Family Comedy Feature Film
Based on the book: A Magical Christmas Adventure, by Daniel Coyler
A physics teacher’s obsessive dislike for Christmas is put to the test against a rival family when a reservation mishap sends him and his family on a trip to Lapland, a tourist destination dedicated to Christmas and surprisingly near the North Pole.
THIS THING OF OURS (LA COSA NOSTRA)
Genre - A female-centric, mob drama feature
Budget - $7.6MM
A mob boss’s daughter inherits his position and even though it goes against every thing she stands for she has to prove her allegiance to the family while trying to covertly solve his murder where everyone is suspect, even her own mother.
DYING TO DREAM
Genre - Dramatic Comedy (Feature)
Budget - $7MM
A media mogul who has spent his life sleeplessly dedicated to his work discovers that his insomniac lifestyle is not only genetic – it’s fatal.
Genre: Independent Drama
In the big band era, two best friend musicians revel in jazz, booze and women until the quest of success awakens one's true sexuality and threatens the fate of their band and the friendship of a lifetime.
Award winning screenplay, filming planned for Ohio due to tax and production incentives
OPTIONED In development, serious inquiries only
A boy finds a dire S.O.S in his trick or treat bag and has to find which house it came from.
ROE V. NORMA
IN DEVELOPMENT - SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
Genre: Feature Drama - Biopic
Based on the life of Norma McCorvey — who is also known as Jane Roe in the contentious Roe v. Wade lawsuit that legalized abortion in America.
The hapless woman who made abortion legal turns from advocate to protester and everything in between as she tries to eek a living and fame from the issue but it will be the one consistent love in her life that will be her undoing.
I' M WITH THE BAND
Genre: Music Based Drama
In coordination with Pamela Des Barres and Gabriel Gornell
I’m With The Band is the feature film adaptation of the New York Times Best Seller—which happens to be the greatest rock & roll memoir of all time. It’s the ultimate coming-of-age story in which young Pamela Miller, from Reseda California, lives a life best described as the “Forrest Gump of Rock and Roll” in which she unassumingly dates the likes of Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger, Keith Moon, and Jimmy Page.
THE SECRET OF THE KINGS
Genre: Historical / Adventure / Fantasy
1943 France. Engulfed by war, a Jewish teacher and a homosexual ex Gestapo officer, must join forces in search of a mythical treasure, to protect the immortal power of the Holy Trinity from Nazi forces.
THE COTTON LIBRARY
Budget: $2MM Per Episode
Literature’s classics are bound with malicious antagonists, both natural and supernatural, that thankfully can’t escape from the pages that bind them until now.