Category Archives: True
Centers on a man who followed his stolen iphone to China, becoming a celebrity and finding a lifelong friend.
Chronicles Cedric Jennings’ academic life in Ballou High School, an inner city school in Washington, D.C., and eventually to Brown University, exemplifying the problems of inner-city education systems.
Pitched as Argo meets Hotel Rwanda, centering on the 1981 rescue of Ethiopian Jews and their relocation to Israel.
A semi-autobiographical account of Herman Melville’s experiences as a captive on the island Nuku Hiva in 1842.
Follows Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus’ journey from boyhood pals to warriors with powerful political ambitions, presenting a credible threat to the establishment.
Set against the backdrop of early twentieth century Kenya, centers on Beryl Markham, a record-setting aviator, adventurer, author, and racehorse trainer.
Based on Barry Martin’s memoir and the true story of a elderly homeowner who resisted a developer’s offers, and had a mall built around her house.
Centers on the life of Emmitt Till, who was murdered in 1955 for whistling at a white woman, kicking off the Civil Rights Movement.
Follows Kurt Calabrese, who witnessed his brothers role in helping bring down their murderous father Frank, who was a crew boss for crime family The Outfit in Chicago.
The story of the tragic submarine wreck in August of 2000 and the governmental negligence that followed.
Explores the dangerous, cruel, and sadistic acts of fraternity hazing implemented on pledges, told from the perspective of a frat boy who gets sucked into the culture before blowing the whistle on the hazing.
Kept under wraps, but serves as a dramatization of the Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal, referring to the allegations that the French politician sexually assaulted a hotel employee.
Centers on Aretha Franklin’s transition from gospel singer to mainstream artist in the early sixties to mid-seventies, exploring her rise to fame and delving into her interpersonal relationships.
Spans the life of artist, explorer, and traveler Dan Eldon who helped lead aid missions across Africa and was stoned to death at the age of 22 by the very people he was trying to help in war-torn Somalia.
Serves as an inspirational story celebrating the accomplishments of UFC fighter Ronda Rousey, who faced extraordinary challenges on her path to glory.
Centers on US Marine and Purple Heart recipient Megan Leavey, who spent six years cutting through bureaucratic red tape to adopt her dog Rex after they were both injured whilst disarming an IED in Iraq.
Centers on the 1985 arrest and 2015 parole of former U.S. intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard, who was sentenced to life in prison for passing top secret information to the Israeli government.
Logline: Tells the intertwined story of two friends whose paths diverged when one went to work for the DEA and the other joined the Sonora drug cartel, led by notorious Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.
Logline: Centers on Moe ‘Pipeline Moe’ Norman, a Canadian professional golfer who set numerous course records and dazzled spectators with his unerring accuracy and penchant for holes-in-one. Yet his eccentric behavior kept him from earning fame or financial reward during his lifetime and he spent much of his career alone and in poverty.
Follows the exploits of master thief Vincenzo Pipino, who scaled multiple stories and clay rooftops to swipe precious and refined art, clothing, and jewelry in 1990’s Italy.
Tells the true story from the 1950s of when nine experienced hikers in the Russian Ural Mountains were found mysteriously dead, with unexplained violent injuries, signs that they cut open and fled their tent, elevated levels of radiation found on some of their clothes, and a haunting final photograph taken by one of the hikers.
US Marine Leslie Martz befriends local Afghan women as a leader for the Female Engagement Team program and realizes that they are her best weapon in the war against the Taliban.
Centers on the landmark case of Obergefell v. Hodges, which led to the Supreme Court to rule same-sex marriage a constitutional right in the United States.
Centers on historical figure Ned Kelly, a notorious Australian bushranger who’s come to be regarded as a Robin Hood-like hero.
A fictional account of the true story of when two enemies in Northern Ireland — staunch evangelical Protestant Ian Paisley and former leader of the IRA Martin McGuinness — who are forced to take a short car ride together, eventually putting their differences aside and becoming legendary friends.
Tells the story of a young man who survived an unsteady upbringing, the deaths of his entire family, and yet, created a worthwhile life for himself and found success as a musician, founding the group the Eels.
Follows American FIFA exec Chuck Blazer and his role in the largest sports and public corruption scandal in history.
Follows the true story of C P Ellis, a one-time KKK leader in Durham, North Carolina who becomes friends with Ann ‘Roughhouse Annie’ Atwater, a black domestic servant turned civil rights activist.