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Logline: Months of planning and millions of dollars culminate in 270 minutes of highly scrutinized debate.
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.
Logline: Kept under wraps but pitched as being in the vein of “An American Werewolf in London.”
Logline: Set in the near future where everything a person does, says or hears is recorded and can be played back via a brain implant. You need never forget a face again… but is that always a good thing?
Logline: A cop obsessed with catching a serial killer will go to any lengths to catch the killer after his daughter mysteriously disappears.
Logline: A man awakens from a coma with astonishing intelligence and visions of a bizarre symbol recognized only by a prodigy. Together, the two men set out to solve a hundred-year-old mystery that could change the world.
Logline: Follows the popular defense attorney as he deals with cases in the rough and tumble world of early 1930s Los Angeles.
Logline: Centers on a team that discovers the “ghost boxes,” a portable radio that have been modified to continually scan the broadband so that supernatural entities can communicate with the living regularly.
Logline: Pitched as “Pitch Perfect” meets “School of Rock,” after their big-break musical flops, two Broadway songwriters decide to take jobs as counselors at the theater camp they attended as kids in order to hatch a plan for a big comeback.
Logline: When a hotshot lawyer’s mother dies, he returns to his small-town home, only to find that his estranged father, a respected judge, has been charged with murder.
Logline: A man sets out on a white-knuckled journey to test himself in the case of an apocalypse.
Logline: Based on characters from the novel “The Adventures of Pinocchio” written by Carlo Collodi, which was initially serialized between 1881 and 1883.
Logline: A group of thieves head to Mexico to find a treasure buried for centuries beneath the Yucatan peninsula.
Logline: Story follows Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as they try to stop Professor Moriarty from changing the course of history.
Logline: Advice on how to talk to girls, from the point of view of a 9-year-old boy.
Logline: Story follows 11-year-old Hunter Scott as he researches the events surrounding the U.S.S. Indianapolis, sunk by the Japanese during World War II. Scott’s efforts, and history project, resulted in the posthumous exoneration of the Indianapolis’ captain, Charles McVay.