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Gregory Levy, writer of 2018 LPPC Top Drama Between the Eyes, has signed with Charlie Ferraro and Jordan Lonner of UTA.
A thirtysomething woman navigates love and heartbreak over the course of one year.
In 1980’s West Berlin, a CIA operative discovers a classified military exercise that could cause a nuclear war.
Despite what his parents have told him for years, a boy discovers the voices that emanate from the walls of his home are real and he wants to release them.
A nurse discovers that a morgue technician has brought her daughter back to life, but must help her obtain biological elements from pregnant women in order to keep her alive.
After his wife leaves him to join a religious sex cult, an aging, reclusive, once-famous writer reunites with his two estranged daughters to track her down on a journey through the heart of American Weird.
Chronicles the lives of several people on the Chinese holiday that celebrates those who are not in a relationship.
Kept under wraps, a family adventure that centers on a distracted father and his children’s toys.
An African-American LAPD officer must put aside his differences with the area’s street gangs when he discovers a local police task force is harboring a horrific secret that endangers the residents of the housing projects he grew up in.
Details are being ket under wraps, but the project is being pitched as a subversive action-comedy that looks at the speed of media in our current landscape.
Written by Ryan Riley, who previously saw his short story “Encyclopedia Dad” sell to WBTV and his feature spec “Take Back The Night” land with New Regency following a bidding war, the project is being pitched as a socio-political thriller that focuses on the world of tomorrow.
Project is being pitched as a socio-political thriller that focuses on the world of tomorrow – a world drowning in it’s own agenda-driven censorship, and spiraling toward the beginning of an uprising.
Story is based on the true story of Greville Wynne, a British businessman who helped the CIA penetrate the Soviet nuclear program during the Cold War. Wynne and his Russian source, Oleg Penkovsky, provided the crucial intelligence that ended the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Story follows an ex-journeyman boxer and aging enforcer who attempts to get back into the lives of his estranged children and clean up the messes of his past while coming to terms with the ruined landscape of his twenty-year career in crime.
When his childhood drawings inexplicably come to life, a dad and his daughter must stop the havoc his beastly creations wreak upon their community. Being pitched as a four-quadrant franchise starter in the zone of Jumanji and Night at the Museum.
Written by Rachel Long and Brian Pittman, who previously wrote the Black List script The Civilian, the plot involves a cataclysmic event that erases humanity’s memories. When a woman wakes up with no memory of her young daughter, she uses her maternal instincts and clues that she left for herself to find her child amid the chaos.
Following the disappearance of the book fair money he was entrusted to protect, a lactose intolerant middle school student with an addiction to dairy items must hone his detective skills to investigate the “seedy” underbelly of his school. It’s a fun spin on classic detective tales like Maltese Falcon, but with the built in franchise potential of a series akin to Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Following a cataclysmic event that erases humanity’s memories, a woman wakes up with no memory of her young daughter but must find her amid the chaos using clues she left for herself and her maternal instincts.
The series of science fiction novels have been influential on everyone from George Lucas to George RR Martin, but previous attempts to turn it into a feature film or television series have generally failed.
Centers on the CIA’s extreme interrogation program on detainees following the 9/11 attacks.