Tag Archives: Drama
1870’s West Texas is plagued by a deadly virus infecting thousands with a rabies-like disease that turns people into murderous “Shakes.” When Daisy’s father disappears, it’s up to her, with the help of two Shake-hunters who specialize in killing the infected, to find him.
With the gathering looming on the horizon, a strong willed woman’s rocky relationship with her parents takes a revelatory turn when all three are diagnosed with cancer… as everything comes to a head over Thanksgiving. In the vein of: “August: Osage County”.
After serving a 12-year prison sentence, an ex-con sets out to turn a new leaf and reconnect with his daughter, but when she convinces him to help her steal millions of dollars in Medical Marijuana Dispensary taxes collected in cash by City Hall once a month in order to evade the federal authorities, the father finds himself risking everything to make his daughter’s dreams come true.
After a 50-year hiatus, a reclusive, award-winning novelist re-appears with a series of books that continue his protagonist’s difficult journey — only to be confronted by his fictional character — who forces the Author to determine: Does a Creator have a responsibility to those he creates?
When all of the parents in a remote island community start to murder their children for no apparent reason, a 17-year-old girl fights to save her younger brothers from the people who are supposed to love and protect them.
The story follows the first “appearance” of human-like alien life forms, their mysterious arrival on Earth, and the divided reactions of humanity.
Before he was the Greatest…Before he was Ali…The inspiring, true story of a skinny, young, loud-mouth teenage nobody named Cassius Clay with big dreams of becoming the champion of the world who fights racism and abuse in the Jim Crow South in order to compete in the 1960 Rome Olympics. Witness the birth of a heroic icon.
In the wake of his brother’s death, a young African American youth tries to steer a safe path through the projects in Harlem, aided by his imagination and the magic of Legos.
Kept under wraps, but project is being pitched as a contained family drama with global sci-fi implications and resonating socio-political themes.
In the summer of 1982, when a bowling alley sponsors a Pac Man tournament with a $500 prize, two pre-teen brothers from a low-income Los Angeles neighborhood do everything they can to win it all, so they can escape their abusive step-father and help their mother start a new life.
When a plot surfaces to assassinate Abraham Lincoln on the eve of his presidential inauguration, a renowned and decorated detective, Allan Pinkerton, must infiltrate a secret cabal of Southern secessionists to uncover their conspiracy and circumvent their attempts to kill the president-elect as he passes through Baltimore.
Upon learning he is going to die, a by-the-book priest embarks on a journey with a wayward prostitute and her savant daughter to discover how to truly live.
Long before Curious George would go on to sell more than 75 million books and become one of the most recognizable characters worldwide, the true story of George’s creation began long ago with Margaret and Hans Rey. From humble beginnings, to lives filled with doubt, to years spent on the run from Nazi occupation, this is the story of how two people who lost everything, but in finding one another, were able to rise from the darkness of World War II and create a beacon of hope that would go on to inspire the world one child at a time. In the tone of “Finding Neverland” meets “Theory of Everything.”
The captivating true story of a neurotic, unemployed DC speechwriter who, upon accidentally discovering that marijuana reverses the blinding effects of his glaucoma, boldly fights the DEA and FDA on a national scale to become America’s first medical marijuana patient, championing this groundbreaking movement and igniting a controversial national debate.
Tells the true story of America’s first detectives in Boston.
Haunted by nightmares of Oz’s impending destruction, Dorothy Gale finds herself in a home for others like her with troubling, vivid dreams. While she is there, she meets a mysterious girl called, Alice – who involves her in a perilous quest to not only save the worlds of imagination, those which we come to realize are real and not just dreams, but the world as we know it.
Based on the true story of Susan Fowler, the Uber engineer whose blog post about sexual harassment within the ride-hailing service exposed a toxic culture of sexism and sexual harassment that led to the firing of the company’s CEO.
The story follows a woman who is picked up by a cab at JFK airport. While on the way to her apartment, the woman and cabdriver begin discussing their past and current relationships and the effects those relationships have had on their lives.
After being released from prison on parole, O.J. Simpson sets out on an obsessive quest to avenge Cuba Gooding Jr. for exploiting his image.
A mother recovering from a brutal accident moves into a prototype smart home with her family, only to find the house’s AI system may have sinister intentions.
The story will follow Winfrey as a young reporter in 1970s Baltimore who’s struggling through personal and professional failures that will threaten to derail her career.
A young man recieves life advice from his father thanks to a series of DVD videos his father recorded before his death.
The storyline is under wraps but will chronicle the aftermath of Orson Welles’ infamous War of the Worlds broadcast.
Dell & Eloise, a young couple whose love cannot seem to trump the horrors of cancer… until they meet a doctor offering them an alternative (highly stigmatized) treatment.
After catching her husband in bed with a hooker and causing him to die of a heart attack, Sue Bottom buries the body and takes advantage of the local celebrity status that comes from having a missing husband.
Sleep Well Tonight is the story of a 17-year-old convict in a maximum security prison and a 23-year-old guard, who both start on the same day. This is an intense look into what it is like being weak on both sides of the fence in the American prison system.
This script tells the little-known true story of First Lady Edith Wilson, who secretly functioned as acting President while her husband Woodrow was in a coma – unknown to Congress and the American people – and her fight to unify the globe with passage of the Treaty of Versailles.
After the death of her partner, a police detective struggles with the guilt of her decisions while trying to solve a case that may involve her deceased partner’s son.
This is the true story of Rose Mary Woods, the personal secretary to President Nixon, who, at the height of the Watergate scandal, fights against the high-stakes world of White House politics and uncovers the truth about the infamous 18-minute erasure that took down the presidency.
Freed during WWII, a man goes from camp to camp to find the woman he loves, the one he had to leave behind just to find her again.