Category Archives: True
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.
Centers on a prison interview between aging killer Richard Ramirez, who was convicted of 13 murders, and a lawyer attempting to elicit a confession from Ramirez that will save another man from death row.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as an adventure involving Charles Darwin.
Centers on a series of Civil War battles between Union General Custer and Confederate Colonel Mosby, known as the Gray Ghost. Mosby’s Rangers outsmarted the much larger enemy forces at every turn, using a sequence of raids, which infuriated Custer and birthed a cycle of revenge between the two enemies.
Details the FBI’s first assault on white collar crime and its use of agents as long-term, undercover operatives, following two young FBI agents as they infiltrate the world of Phil Kitzer, a charismatic mastermind behind dozens of multi-million dollar schemes.
Centers on notorious mobster Johnny “Handsome” Roselli, who helped the Chicago Outfit control Hollywood and the Las Vegas strip, and was even involved with the CIA’s plot to assassinate Fidel Castro in the 1960’s.
The last years in the life of Groucho Marx, as told through the eyes of a young Marx Brothers fan who spent those years as his personal secretary and archivist.
Centers on the life of Al “Bummy” Davis, a Jewish lightweight boxer that become a symbol of hope in 1930s-40s Brownsville, Brooklyn, helping to drive out the Jewish mafia, which crippled the neighborhood and ruled the streets.
Centers on the 1980 California bank robbery and subsequent car chase, which became the most violent in American History.
Chronicles Southern politician Lyndon B. Johnson’s rise to become the 36th president of the United States.
Memoir revealing the lives of wealthy Upper East Side women in New York City and what happens behind closed doors.
Set during World War II, centers on the recruits from art schools, ad agencies and other creative businesses who used props, sound effects, and illusions to fool the Nazis into thinking the U.S. had larger troop numbers than it actually did.
Explores the true crime that inspired Dostoevsky’s classic Crime and Punishmentand the intense process of writing the book.
In the final days of World War II, a group of American soldiers went behind enemy lines and teamed with Nazi officers to rescue five-hundred rare Lippizaner horses captured by Adolf Hitler to create his master equine race.
A comic take on the life of one woman juggling motherhood with a career on Wall Street, set against the backdrop of the impending financial crisis of 2008.
Explores the true story of how Harry Macklowe clashed with industry titans to own and re-develop one of the crown jewels of New York City real estate in the 1990’s and into the 2000’s, New York’s famed G.M. Building.
Described as Life Is Beautiful in tone, adapts the hopeful memoir written by renowned therapist Viktor Frankl nine days after he was released from a three-year imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps.
Follows the true story of the budding romantic relationship between two young girls in 1892 Memphis, Tennessee that incited a murder and shocked the nation.