Ansiedad by Hiram Martinez (coming of age/comedy)
A 13 year old Domenican-American girl decides she will transform her detested life by putting herself through a classic teenage rite of passage, ala "Thirteen." A 2009 Nicholl Finalist, director Patricia Riggen (La Misma Luna); Greg Coote EP; produced by Latitude, Pantelion, Lionsgate.
Produced as GIRL IN PROGRESS, Starring Eva Mendes and Matthew Modine and introducing Ciera as Ansiedad. Theatrical release nationwide begins May 11, 2012.
Vengeance by John Soto (thriller)
A detective uses an amateur documentary found at the scene of his partner's brutal murder to retrace the path of two teen runaways along a coastal highway, hoping to find them alive and able to identify the killer.
Filmscope Entertainment and Larrikin Entertainment producing.
Flying Paper Airplanes, by Hiram Martinez (road comedy)
A bitter cartoonist comes to terms with his difficult dad on an unexpected detour between NYC and Newark.
In development with Spring Creek Productions.
A Perfectly Normal Woman, by Hiram Martinez (romcom)
The search for true love is complicated by gender-ambiguity and self-loathing in an edgy twist on the classic girl-meets-boy romantic comedy.
The Begotten, by Caleb Claxton (action/thriller)
An IRA gunman, imprisoned for 20 years, joins forces with the MI6 agent who captured him to free another operative - the gunman's daughter - from a ruthless Belfast crime lord.
Go Fight Go, by Caleb Claxton (action)
Young mob hitman teams with a beautiful female Yakuza in a surreal urban revenger with a nod to the legend of the 47 Ronin.
Jane Blonde, by Colby Tseng (action/comedy)
A female secret agent with two left feet and no social life must retrieve a stolen chip to thwart an international technology conspiracy to take over the world.
Portal, by Caleb Claxton & Brian Maples (adventure/fantasy)
A virtual technology forces a team of developers to play for their lives after the CEO's son vanishes inside the game.
Seven Days in Rosetown by David
Solomon's Whale, by John Arends (action-adventure)
An obsessed marine scientist enlists his estranged father, a former whaler, and a band of eco-warriors to save the largest living creature of all time, a gargantuan blue whale, from a ruthless hunter.
Sovereign Body, by Emilie Beck (drama)
A celebrated chef with Parkinson's struggles to find acceptance and forgiveness for herself and her family over successive Thanksgivings.
Super, by Colby Tseng (comedy)
A mental patient claiming to be a superhero trapped in an alternate reality by his evil nemesis is cured of his delusions - only to discover he was right all along.
7 Sons of Psycho by Bernard Dixon (suspense/thriller)
Set in an African American university in 1990, a reporter goes undercover to unearth the conspiracy surrounding the death of his younger sibling in a black fraternity hazing.
3 Blind Mice, by Bernard Dixon (comedy)
A con-artist meets his match in an abandoned tween who blackmails him into driving her and her brother across state lines to the Happiest Place on Earth.
Trice, by John Arends (drama/sports bio)
Inspired by true events, the story of Jack Trice, who crossed the color line in 1923 to become the first black football player to take the field for Iowa State. He played in only one, fateful game. A top 30 finalist for the 2009 Nicholl screenwriting competition.
A Walk in the Valley, by Colburn Tseng (fantasy/action/thriller)
An average Joe, persuaded to bring his murdered fiance' back to life with an occult ritual, finds himself locked in a battle with angels and demons over the fate of mankind.
The Fighting Kind by Hiram Martinez (pilot) - A once promising baseball star, now a filandering driving instructor, is pulled into the world of illegal cockfighting and pitted against the Domincan ringleaders.
Castle - "All That Glitters" by Colburn Tseng (spec) - Castle and Beckett track down a murderer in a MMORPG (massive multi-player online role-playing game).
DA Network, by Bernard Dixon - An African American intellectual inherits a blaxploitation cable network. Pilot episode directed by Bernard Dixon, featuring Damon Wayans Jr and Phil Morris.
Also representing for adaptation the historical novels of Gillian Bagwell published by Penguin's Berkley Publishing Group (USA) and Harper Collins/ Avon (UK) :
The Darling Strumpet (2010), the rag to riches biography of the indomitable Restoration actress and courtesan Nell Gwynne, and
The September Queen(2011), the true adventure of a future British king's escape to France, disguised as the servant to a brave, young noblewoman.