Category Archives: Sales
Logline: A journalist goes to Afghanistan during the post-9/11 invasion and carves out a niche giving an identity to the victims of conflict.
Logline: A CIA agent and a police officer work together to uncover violent and extreme political corruption.
Logline: A look at the life of martial arts screen legend Bruce Lee, capturing his beliefs in his craft and storytelling.
Logline: Follows Monty Brewster, a man who is set to inherit $1 billion, but with one small caveat: He must spend $100 million in one week or end up with nothing more than the clothes on his back.
Logline: Follows the escapades of 12 year-old boy Finn and super-powered best friend dog Jake who fight fiercely in a quest to protect their bizarrely inhabited Land of Ooo from a wide array of foes and mythical creatures. Based on the widely popular Cartoon Network animated series.
Logline: Based on a the true story of Billy Milligan, who was the first person to successfully use multiple personality disorder as a defense in a court of law after being arrested for rape and diagnosed with a multiple personality disorder that had 24 manifestations.
Logline: A woman’s faith and teachings are questioned when she has to confront a past traumatic event that tore her family apart, growing up in North Carolina as the daughter of a pastor many years ago.
Disgraced cop Kyle Penny is on the hunt to rescue the Police Commissioner’s daughter, who has only eighty minutes to live.
Logline: Described as in the style of “Peter Pan,” “Big Fish,” and the works of Roald Dahl, a boy and his friend set off on an adventure to find the mysterious Circus Mirandus and its greatest magician in an effort to save his dying grandfather.
Logline: Based on the true story of Joey Ippolito, who, in the early 1980’s, was known as one of the world’s top speedboat racers. However, no one in that South Beach, socialite-crowd knew that he also was running one of the biggest cocaine smuggling operations out of the United States. Pitched as a two-hander for a DiCaprio/Hemsworth type.
Logline: Based on a true story. Centers on Leo Sharp, an award winning horticulturist who secretly spent years working as one of the most trusted drug couriers for Mexico’s powerful Sinaloa cartel.
Logline: After an eighteen year-old’s best friend takes her own life, she sets out on a dangerous quest across the country to understand her friend’s death.
Logline: After blowing their daughter’s college fund, and desperate for cash, a married couple team with their neighbors to open an illegal casino in the suburbs in an attempt to raise the money back.
Logline: One Christmas, three children find an old relic that contains a terrifying power, plunging them into a dark world of ancient magic and inexorable evil. In a race against time, the children must return the relic to its rightful owner as whoever possesses the relic can wake the legendary giant under the snow and use him as a force for good or evil.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as a contained, dark/family-cult twist on The Strangers.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as a biopic portraying Thomas Edison as a rugged and eccentric genius.
Logline: Coming-of-age story set in the high-end salon world that follows a young woman who, with no business experience and the help of her brother, defied everyone’s expectations to create the DryBar franchise.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but described as a Dirty Dozen set in the Middle Ages, complete with huge action pieces, castles, and plagues, etc.
Logline: After Air Force One is shot down in the jungles of South America, a hardened military man is sent to rescue the first female president and charged with ensuring her survival.
Logline: The classic tale of a knight returning to England after the third Crusade who seeks to free the captive King Richard and put him back on the throne.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but will serve as a new take on the character made famous by the 1971 American blaxploitation film, Shaft
Logline: Follows the struggles of a father and daughter in a dying town that used to measure its success by a booming industrial economy and the boxscore of its baseball team.
Logline: Who says princesses don’t wear black? When trouble raises its blue monster head, Princess Magnolia ditches her flouncy dresses and becomes the Princess in Black to fight the monsters that come from Monster Land.
Logline: Centers on a young grandmother (32) who lives with her young daughter (17) and her grandson (1). The story jumps forward in time after her daughter goes missing and tracks how the grandmother continues to cope, try to find love, and raise her grandson.
Logline: A convicted murderer breaks out of prison to clear his name when a ten million dollar bounty is placed on his head.
Logline: Centers on one of the galaxy’s most charming outlaws, the leader of a funny, ragtag crew of rebel bandits that are put on a collision course with a legendary villain to determine the fate of the galaxy.
Logline: After her father passes away, an aspiring trapeze artist follows a cryptic letter he had written to her long ago, leading her to a goldmine in the far-flung California desert. Upon her arrival, she finds herself at the gates of “The Beautiful Place,” a house where retired vaudeville stars Jimmy and Dixie Riggs live together, and soon realizes that her father’s letter was guiding her to a reward far more valuable than gold.
Logline: Based on the life-story of Richard Wershe Jr., who at the age of 14, went undercover as an informant for local and federal law enforcement agencies during the mid-80s and quickly went from being an asset to an issue after being arrested for possession of 17 pounds of cocaine at the age of 17 — and then sentenced to life without parole.