Category Archives: Specs
The remarkable true story of two strangers from two very different worlds who fight to get Anne Frank’s diary published. Otto Frank, Anne’s father, who lost everyone and everything in the war, begs, and borrows his way across Europe in his attempt to bring Anne’s story to the world.
When the newly elected president announces his intention to disband the CIA, he becomes the target of an assassination plot, and the only people who might be able to save him are a rookie FBI agent, a kook conspiracy writer, and a former CIA contract killer.
A married woman befriends a lonely older man only to find that he’s harboring a mysterious secret that connects his past to her future.
When a malicious cyber attack against U.S. Space Command forces the President-Elect and the outgoing President into the Situation Room hours before the Inauguration ceremony, the rival Presidents and their National Security teams work with and against each other to determine who is responsible for the attack and how to respond before it’s too late.
A desperate woman submits herself to an experimental sleep study, but soon visions of her dead sister presage the dark purpose behind the experiment. Ex Machina meets The Butterfly Effect.
Amongst the violence of Chicago’s inner-city, various millennials struggle to survive as the attempt to reach their true potential.
On the mean streets of Hong Kong, a small-time hustler plots to rob a bank during Chinese New Year in order to buy the freedom of a working girl from a ruthless mob boss.
Logline: Kept under wraps but pitched as being a high concept action comedy rom-com in the vein of True Romance.
A female-driven thriller for the Instagram generation.
A computer scientist gets dragged into a rogue intelligence operation that uses a high-tech form of astral projection.
A mother and retired soldier who suffers from both injuries and PTSD faces a new challenge at home when her daughter is kidnapped on a cross-country trip.
An international action-thriller about a father in a desperate race to rescue his son
Logline: Two years after the end of World War Two, a former OSS agent and a British super spy undertake a suicide mission into the Bermuda Triangle. Their job: to infiltrate an island fortress run by escaped, fugitive Nazis in order to assassinate a rogue scientist attempting to build a doomsday weapon.
Logline: In the near future, prisons have gotten to the point that we’ve entrusted AI to run our criminal justice system.
Logline: Three foster sisters go undercover to turn the tables on familiar movie bad guys. Franchise potential.
Logline: A romantic comedy about the illusion of choice and just how difficult it is to find the right person in a sea of options that range from polite, to lewd, to nude.
Logline: In the vein of Finding Neverland and Amadeus, this is inspired by the true story of Hans Christian Anderson, beloved author of iconic fairy tales such as The Little Mermaid, Thumbelina, The Snow Queen, The Ugly Duckling, and more.
When a deadly criminal shows up in the deceptively-quiet, small town of Scarletville, a diner owner named Hank must spin a series of dark and twisted stories, in order to delay the felon long enough for the law to arrive.
Logline: Pitched as a modern day 3:10 to Yuma meets The Fugitive, story centers on a female U.S. Marshal who will stop at nothing to ensure the capture and delivery of a dangerous fugitive to the country’s most secure prison.
Logline: The past, present, and future of the human race are explored throughout the history of the universe as three separate storylines question the very nature of life, love, mortality, where we’ve been, and where we’re going. A blend of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Interstellar, and PTA’s Magnolia.
Logline: The true story of Brad Lewis, a man who would overcome losing a guaranteed spot on the 1984 Olympic rowing team by nine-tenths of a second through challenging and defeating the national team in a one-on-one race, before going on to earn the United States their first gold medal in rowing in 20 years, and the first in his category since 1932.
Logline: Tasked with finding a game changing take for the sixth Jason Bourne movie, Tom Milton goes deep down the rabbit hole of cracking the story. With the guidance (and abuse) of a professor from his past and Bourne himself, Tom begins workshopping scenes that begin to bleed into real life in unexpected ways.
Logline: Desperate for cash, four veterans reunite to heist a pot dispensary safe house in Colorado. But when a snowstorm traps them in town, they must survive the night – on the run from mercenaries, police, and locals eager to capture the millions for themselves.
An archaeological student eager to prove himself discovers that the ancient Mummy his team just dug up is alive and a bit homicidal. Now he must put the coolest artifact ever discovered back to sleep before the world destroys it — or it destroys the world.
Logline: A man who works as a security officer for a major corporation is asked to do what appears to be a simple surveillance job for the head of the company, only to soon after be immersed in a dark web of murder and mayhem. “The Conversation” meets “Nightcrawler.”
Logline: After realizing that a skyscraper he designed is destined to collapse, engineer William J. LeMessurier risks his professional reputation to organize an undercover repair operation.
Logline: Based on the true story of America’s first female detective, the story delves deep into the mystery of Warne’s parents’ brutal murder only to uncover a widespread and nefarious conspiracy that infiltrates all corners of Civil War-era society — a secret organization that will stop at nothing to achieve its ultimate goal: the assassination of President-elect Abraham Lincoln.
Logline: In this incredible true story of love and survival, Tami Ashcraft sails into the heart of a hurricane and embarks on a harrowing 41 day odyssey against impossible odds to save the man she loves.