THE BLACK LIST 2010

THE BLACK LIST was compiled from the suggestions of over 290 film executives, each of whom contributed the names of up to ten of their favorite scripts that were written in, or are somehow uniquely associated with, 2010 and will not be released in theaters during this calendar year.

This year, scripts had to receive at least five mentions to be included on THE BLACK LIST.

All reasonable effort has been made to confirm the information contained herein. THE BLACK LIST apologizes for all misspellings, misattributions, incorrect representation identification, and questionable 2010 affiliations.

It has been said many times, but it’s worth repeating: THE BLACK LIST is not a “best of” list. It is, at best, a “most liked” list.

Enjoy.

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WITH 49 MENTIONS

COLLEGE REPUBLICANS by Wes Jones
Aspiring politician Karl Rove leads a dirty campaign for College Republican chairman under the guidance of Lee Atwater.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Gregory McKnight, Jay Baker
MANAGER: Circle of Confusion — Ken Freimann, Greg Shephard

Anonymous Content producing.

WITH 47 MENTIONS

JACKIE by Noah Oppenheim
Jacqueline Kennedy’s life immediately after her husband’s assassination.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Rowena Arguelles, Billy Hawkins
MANAGER: Management 360 — Guymon Casady, Darin Friedman

Fox Searchlight. Protozoa Pictures producing.

WITH 45 MENTIONS

ALL YOU NEED IS KILL by Dante Harper
A new army recruit in a war against aliens finds himself caught in a time loop.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Todd Feldman, Jay Baker
MANAGER: Management 360 — Guymon Casady, Darin Friedman

Warner Brothers. 3 Arts Entertainment, VIZ Productions producing.

WITH 43 MENTIONS

SAFE HOUSE by David Guggenheim
A young man at a CIA-run safe house must help a rogue ex-agent escape assassins.

AGENT: Agency for the Performing Arts — David Boxerbaum
MANAGER: Madhouse Entertainment — Adam Kolbrenner

Universal. Stuber Pictures, Madhouse Entertainment producing.

WITH 39 MENTIONS

STOKER by Wentworth Miller
After the death of her father, a teenage girl must deal with a mysterious uncle.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Nicole Clemens, Adam Weinstein
MANAGER: Industry Entertainment — Eryn Brown

Fox Searchlight. Scott Free Productions producing.

WITH 32 MENTIONS

999 (TRIPLE NINE) by Matt Cook
A gang of crooked cops plans a major heist that requires them to shoot a fellow officer.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Cliff Roberts, Danny Gabai
MANAGER: Anonymous Content — Bard Dorros, Keith Redmon

Anonymous Content producing.

WITH 31 MENTIONS

MARGIN CALL by J.C. Chandor
A fictional account of the final 24 hours of Lehman Brothers.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Rob Carlson, Simon Faber

Before the Door Pictures, Washington Square Arts & Films, Benaroya Pictures, and Taggart Productions producing.

WITH 30 MENTIONS

AMERICAN BULLSHIT by Eric Warren Singer
The true story of the FBI’s 1980 undercover sting operation of Congress, dubbed Abscam, which was designed to root out corruption and was the brainchild of a con man. Sony Pictures has optioned the script.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Robert Bookman, Billy Hawkins, Stuart Manashil

Sony. Atlas Entertainment producing.

WITH 28 MENTIONS

ARGO by Chris Terrior
The true story of how the CIA, with help from Hollywood, used a fake movie project to smuggle hostages out of Tehran during the 1979 hostage crisis. Optioned by Warner Bros.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Rowena Arguelles
MANAGER: Anonymous Content — Michael Sugar, Bard Dorros

Warner Brothers. Smoke House producing.

WITH 24 MENTIONS

THE LAST SON OF ISAAC LEMAY by Greg Johnson
An aging outlaw, convinced that there’s evil in his genes, goes on a journey to kill his offspring. Gore Verbinski’s company producing.

AGENT: RWSG — Sylvie Rabineau

Blind Wink Productions producing.

WITH 21 MENTIONS

FAMILY GETAWAY by Jeremiah Friedman & Nick Palmer
A man whose family doesn’t know he’s an assassin must protect them during a cross- country car chase when rival killers show up.

AGENT: United Talent Agency – David Kramer, Jason Burns, Geoff Morley, Rebecca Ewing
MANAGER: Mosaic — Emily Rose, Dawn Saltzman

Warner Brothers. Mosaic producing.

WITH 18 MENTIONS

DIE IN A GUNFIGHT by Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari
A young New Yorker falls in love with the daughter of his father’s nemesis, setting in motion a Romeo and Juliet-like forbidden romance.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Danny Greenberg, David Karp, Mike Esola
MANAGER: profilic — Stuart Wrede

Media Rights Capital. Mark Gordon Company, Ninjas Runnin’ Wild producing.

WITH 17 MENTIONS

BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY by David Posamentier & Geoff Moore
A straight-laced pharmacist’s uneventful life spirals out of control when he starts an affair with a trophy wife customer who takes him on a joyride involving sex, drugs and possibly murder.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Adam Weinstein
MANAGER: Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment — Aaron Kaplan, Sean Perrone

Occupant Films producing.

GRAY MAN by Adam Cozad
American operative Court Gentry, also known as the Gray Man, races against time and teams of government assassins in an effort to save his family.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Aaron Hart, Doug Maclaren
MANAGER: Gotham Group — Jeremy Bell

New Regency. Shine Pictures producing.

IMAGINE by Dan Fogelman
A musician in his sixties tries to live his life differently after reading an old letter written to him by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Of greatest importance to him: tracking down and reconnecting with his biological son, whom he has never met.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Danny Greenberg
MANAGER: Industry Entertainment — Eryn Brown

Warner Brothers. Di Novi Pictures, Carousel Productions, Jessie Nelson producing.

WITH 16 MENTIONS

CHRONICLE by Max Landis
Three Portland teens become exposed to a mysterious substance in the woods, and, as a result, begin to develop incredible powers. They work together to hone their skills for fun until personal and family problems begin to turn them against one another.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor – David Karp, Simon Faber, Danny Gabai
MANAGER: Circle of Confusion – David Alpert, Britton Rizzio

Fox. Davis Entertainment producing.

GOLD by Patrick Massett & John Zinman
The true story of the biggest securities exchange fraud in United States history.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Matt Rosen
MANAGER: Industry Entertainment – Michael Botti, Andrew Deane

Paul Haggis producing.

SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN by Evan Daugherty
A re-imagining of the story of Snow White in which the huntsman sent to kill her becomes her mentor.

AGENT: United Talent Agency — Tobin Babst
MANAGER: FilmEngine — Jake Wagner

Universal. Roth Films producing.

WITH 15 MENTIONS

ARE WE OFFICIALLY DATING? by Tom Gormican
A dating movie told from the male perspective about the lengths men will go through to avoid being officially in a relationship.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Simon Faber, Elia Infascelli-Smith
MANAGER: Underground Films & Management — Oly Obst

Scott Aversano, Andrew O’Connor producing.

FREE COUNTRY by Josh Parkinson
The owner of a tourist mining cave kills a rich boy who finds a huge ruby. Chaos ensues when he teams up with his two dysfunctional brothers to hide the body and fence the stone with the victim’s hot-headed twin on the hunt for his brother.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Dan Rabinow, Matt Rosen
MANAGER: Gotham Group — Lindsay Williams

Mandate Pictures, Rough House Pictures producing.

GANGSTER SQUAD by Will Beall
Amidst the to keep the corruption and chaos of 1940s Los Angeles, the LAPD’s Gangster Squad works East Coast Mafia out of the city.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Jay Baker, Shari Smiley
MANAGER: Management 360 — Darin Friedman

Warner Brothers. Lin Pictures, Langley Park Pictures producing.

YOUR BRIDESMAID IS A BITCH by Brian Duffeld
After agreeing to groomsman duties at his sister’s wedding, Noah Palmer realizes he may have made the mistake of his life after finding out that the woman who broke his heart is also part of the bridal party.

AGENT: HML — Bob Hohman, Bayard Maybank, Devra Lieb
MANAGER: Circle of Confusion — Noah Rosen, Zach Cox
Skydance Productions producing.

WITH 14 MENTIONS

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER by Seth Grahame-Smith
When the mother of future United States President Abraham Lincoln is murdered by a vampire, he begins a lifelong vendetta to rid the world of the heinous creatures.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Cliff Roberts, Jeff Gorin

Fox. Tim Burton Productions, Bazelevs Productions producing.

WITH 13 MENTIONS

HUNGER GAMES by Billy Ray
Based on the book by Suzanne Collins. In an America of the future, young boys and girls are forced to participate in a televised battle to the death.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Todd Feldman, Brian Kend
MANAGER: Management 360 — Guymon Casady

Lionsgate. Color Force producing

WITH 12 MENTIONS

WELCOME TO PEOPLE by Alex Kurtzman, Bob Orci, Jody Lambert
A young man whose father has recently passed away is tasked with bringing $150,000 to an alcoholic sister he never knew about and her twelve-year-old son.

AGENT (Kurtzman, Orci): Creative Artists Agency — Risa Gertner, Todd Feldman (Kurtzman, Orci)
AGENT (Lambert): William Morris Endeavor — Cliff Roberts, David Karp
MANAGER (Lambert): Mosaic — Paul Nelson, Dawn Saltzman

Dreamworks. Kurtzman/Orci producing.

WHAT HAPPENED TO MONDAY? by Max Botkin
In a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, a resourceful set of identical septuplets must avoid governmental execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Stuart Manashil, Matt Rosen
MANAGER: EML Entertainment – Eva Lontscharitsch

Vendome Pictures. Raffaella Productions producing.

WITH 11 MENTIONS

THE BUTLER by Danny Strong
The story of African-American White House butler Eugene Allen, who served eight United States presidents from 1952 to 1986.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Risa Gertner, Maha Dakhil
MANAGER: Gotham Group — Lindsay Williams

Sony. Laura Ziskin Productions producing.

THE ESCORT by Justin Adler
A ‘flight escort’ responsible for overseeing the safe transport of a spoiled, wise- ass child must find alternate means of getting the kid home to Boston after their plane is grounded.

AGENT: United Talent Agency — Julien Thuan
MANAGER: Kapital Entertainment — Aaron Kaplan

Dreamworks. Tom McNulty producing.

FUN SIZE by Max Werner
A high school senior is forced to take her weirdo brother trick-or-treating but loses track of him along the way. With the help of a few classmates, she tries to find him before her mother gets home. Meanwhile, the depraved little brother is having the time of his life.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Danny Greenberg, David Karp
MANAGER: Anonymous Content — Bard Dorros

Paramount. Anonymous Content, Fake Empire producing.

WITH 10 MENTIONS

ARSONIST’S LOVE STORY by Katie Lovejoy
A young arsonist falls for a woman in the art world that he desperately wants to be a part of.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — John Campisi, Craig Brody

LOOPER by Rian Johnson
In the present day, a group of hitmen are sent their victims from the future.

AGENT: Featured Artists Agency — Brian Dreyfuss

Endgame Entertainment. Gordonstreet Pictures producing.

MURDOCH by Jesse Armstrong
As his family gathers for his birthday party, Rupert Murdoch tries to convince his elder children to alter the family trust so that his two youngest children by his newest wife will have voting rights in the company.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Gregory McKnight

ONE DAY by David Nicholls
Dexter and Emma meet for the first time on college graduation day in 1988 and proceed to reunite one day a year for the next 20 years.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Robert Bookman, JP Evans

Focus Features, Film4. Color Force, Random House Films producing.

PERFECT MATCH by Morgan Schechter & Eric Pearson
Twenty-eight year old male and female roommates who are longtime best friends and unlucky in love decide to try an internet dating service which promises to introduce them to perfect their ‘perfect match.’ In the process, they discover that they’re each other’s match.

AGENT (Schechter): United Talent Agency — Rebecca Ewing
AGENT (Pearson): International Creative Management — Doug Maclaren
MANAGER (Schechter): Circle of Confusion — Ken Freimann, Britton Rizzio

De Luca Productions producing.

WITH 9 MENTIONS

THE 13TH MAN by Enio Rigolin
An unlikely codebreaker is thrust into the role of a hero when code being sent through comic books during WWII.

AGENT: The Kaplan Stahler Agency — Shan Ray
MANAGER: Heroes and Villains Entertaiment — Mikhail Nayfeld, Dick Hillenbrand, Markus Georg

DARK MOON by Olatunde Osunsanmi
Using found footage, story explores the possibility that manned moon missions did not stop with Apollo 17.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Billy Hawkins, Ben Kramer
MANAGER: Caliber Media — Dallas Sonnier

Dark Castle Entertainment. Weed Road Pictures producing.

HOT MESS by Jenni Ross
Four girlfriends make, and then break, a list of rules devised to get the guys of their dreams and discover their inner hot messes in the process.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor – Simon Faber, Elia Infascelli-Smith
MANAGER: Tom Sawyer Entertainment – Rachel Miller, Jesse Hara

Endgame Entertainment. Goldsmith-Thomas Productions producing.

WITH 8 MENTIONS

EVERLY by Yale Hannon
The story of one woman’s struggle for redemption as she fights to stay alive and unite with her mother and young daughter, all while staving off vicious attacks by a ruthless army of Yakuzas who have trapped her in her apartment.

AGENT: Verve — Adam Levine, Bryan Besser

Anonymous Content producing.

HOOF HARRINGTON’S GREATEST HITS by Dutch Southern
An aging, semi-retired hitman recalls his murderous career while trying to kill the billionaire who has put out a contract on his life.

AGENT: United Talent Agency — Tobin Babst
MANAGER: Energy Entertainment – Brooklyn Weaver, Adam Marshall, Angelina Chen

THE IMPOSSIBLE by Sergio Sanchez
After a major tsunami hits a beach resort in Yokohama, Japan, a Spanish family on vacation with young children gets separated and must find each other amidst the wreckage.

AGENT: United Talent Agency — David Flynn, Rich Klubeck

Summit Entertainment. Apaches Entertainment producing.

MURDER OF A CAT by Christian Magalhars & Robert Snow
A darkly comic noir about a guy trying to unravel the mystery around the murder of his pet cat.

AGENT: The Gersh Agency — Carolyn Sivitz
MANAGER: Madhouse Entertainment — Adam Kolbrenner, Chris Cook

OZ: THE GREAT AND POWERFUL by Mitchell Kapner
Based on the books of L. Frank Baum. The story of how a con artist from Kansas became the Wizard behind the curtain.

AGENT: HML — Bob Hohman, Bayard Maybank, Debra Lieb
MANAGER: Fineman Entertainment — Ross Fineman

Roth Films producing.

ROAD TO NARDO by Mike Gagerman & Andrew Waller
Two guys drive to Mexico to rescue their best friend who is broke and without an ID.

AGENT: Agency for the Performing Arts — Debbie Deuble, Sheryl Petersen
MANAGER: Circle of Confusion — Britton Rizzio

Sony. Original Film, American Work Inc. producing.

WITH 7 MENTIONS

ABDUCTION by Shawn Christensen
When a teenager who has always felt distanced from his parents discovers that he was, in fact, kidnapped as a child, he is thrust into a vast conspiracy and must go on the run in order to survive.

AGENT: Verve — Bryan Besser
MANAGER: Caliber Media — Dallas Sonnier

Lionsgate. Vertigo Entertainment, the Gotham Group, Tailor Made Entertainment producing.

CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET? by Megan Martin
After a woman spills her secrets to a stranger during a turbulent plane ride, she shows up at work to discover that he is the recently returned CEO of her company.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Simon Faber, Craig Kestel
MANAGER: Principato/Young Management — Susan Solomon

Seed Productions, Laurence Mark Productions producing.

CINEMA VERITE by David Seltzer
Based on the PBS series ‘An American Family,’ cameras follow a family as they go about their daily life.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Nicole Clemens

HBO Films. Pariah producing.

THE CLAIM by Damien Chazelle
A father with a criminal past must save his kidnapped daughter, even as he fights the claim of another couple who insist the girl is theirs.

AGENT: The Gersh Agency – Sandra Lucchesi, Frank Wuliger
MANAGER: Exile Entertainment — Gary Ungar

Route One Films producing.

CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE. by Dan Fogelman
Straight-laced, fortysomething Cal Weaver is living the dream — good job, nice house, great kids, and marriage to his high school sweetheart – but when Cal learns that his wife, Emily, has cheated on him and wants a divorce, his ‘perfect’ life quickly unravels.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Danny Greenberg
MANAGER: Industry Entertainment — Eryn Brown

Warner Brothers. Di Novi Pictures, Carousel Productions producing.

GET A JOB by Kyle Pennekamp & Scott Turpel
A comedy about a father and son struggling to find a job in the current job market.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Gregory McKnight, JP Evans

CBS Films. Double Feature Films producing.

THE GIRL WITH SOMETHING EXTRA by Terrence Michael
A young man who has been raised his entire life to believe that he is a girl comes of age as he enters high school and learns his true gender.

AGENT: Original Artists — Chris Sablan
MANAGER: Media Talent Group — Chris Davey

HOW IT ENDS by Brooks Mclaren
When an apocalypse strikes, a man halfway across the country from his pregnant wife goes on a dangerous and desperate journey to get back to her.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Adam Weinstein, Emil Gladstone, Aaron Hart

The Schiff Company producing.

HYDE by Cole Haddon
An allegedly rehabilitated Dr. Jekyll is pulled out of prison to help hunt a new monster who seems to be using an improved version of the Hyde serum.

AGENT: International Creative Management – Lars Theriot, Ava Jamshidi
MANAGER: Anonymous Content – Alex Goldstone

Dark Horse Entertainment, Mark Gordon Productions, Skydance Productions producing.

KEEP COMING BACK by Michael Gilio
When an adrenaline-junkie interventionist attempts to save a troubled woman, he nearly loses everything in the process.

AGENT: United Talent Agency — Julien Thuan
MANAGER: Industry Entertainment — Eryn Brown

Fox Searchlight. Ad Hominem Enterprises producing.

THE LAST WITCH HUNTER by Cory Goodman
With the population of witches and warlocks on the brink of a major explosion, one witch hunter must stop them before it’s too late.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Mike Esola
MANAGER: Aperture — Adam Goldworm

Summit Entertainment. Aperture producing.

RICKY STANICKY by Jeff Bushell
For years, three lifelong friends have used an invented character named Ricky Stanicky to get out of sticky situations. When their wives demand a meeting with Ricky, the friends hire an actor to portray him.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Mike Esola
MANAGER: Smart Entertainment — John Jacobs

Summit Entertainment. Michael De Luca Productions, Smart Entertainment producing.

EASY MONEY by Noah Oppenheim
Based on the film Snabba Cash, a business school student with substantial ambition works in strategy for a New York City criminal enterprise.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Rowena Arguelles, Billy Hawkins
MANAGER: Management 360 — Guymon Casady, Darin Friedman

Warner Brothers. Atlas Entertainment, Ninjas Runnin’ Wild Productions producing.

ZOMBIE BABY by Andy Jones
After the zombie apocalypse, a young couple unsure about whether to start a family has the decision made for them when they take in an orphaned zombie baby they don’t have the heart to kill.

MANAGER: Alan Gasmer & Friends — Alan Gasmer, Daniel Vang

Unnamed Yorn Company, Alan Gasmer & Friends producing.

WITH 6 MENTIONS

ATM by Chris Sparling
Three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for survival when they stop to use an ATM.

AGENT: United Talent Agency – Charlie Ferraro, Doug Johnson
MANAGER: Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment — Aaron Kaplan, Sean Perrone

Gold Circle Films, The Safran Company producing.

BOY SCOUTS VS. ZOMBIES by Carrie Evans & Emi Mochizuko
A troop of Boy Scouts on their weekend camping trip must protect an island town from a zombie outbreak and save the local girl scout troop.

AGENT: HML — Bob Hohman, Bayard Maybank, Devra Lieb
MANAGER: Brucks Entertainment — Bryan Brucks

Paramount. Broken Road Productions producing.

THE EVER AFTER MURDERS by Ian Fried
In a dark metropolis populated with characters from classical folklore, detectives Tom Thumb and Rachel Riding investigate a murder that brings them into contact with the city’s most dangerous inhabitants.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Mike Esola
MANAGER: prolific — Will Rowbotham

HOVERCAR 3D by Blaise Hemingway
Set in the future, an ex-con street racer has to transport a whistleblower across country in a high speed hovercar with an army of authorities trying to stop them.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Harley Copen, Ava Jamshidi

Disney. Beacon Pictures, Millar/Gough Ink producing.

LOLA VERSUS by Daryl Wein & Zoe Lister-Jones
A twenty-nine year old woman has to reevaluate her life after her long time boyfriend calls off their wedding at the last minute.

AGENT: The Gersh Agency — Carolyn Sivitz
MANAGER: Management 360 — Daniel Rappaport

Fox Searchlight. Groundswell Productions producing.

PROM by Katie Wech
High school students prepare for their prom.

AGENT: International Creative Management – Nicole Clemens, Todd Hoffman Ava Jamshidi

Disney. Idealogy, Inc. producing.

REPLAY by Jason Smilovic
Based on the Ken Grimwood novel. A man dies, wakes up in his 18-year old body, and gets to relive his life over and over. With his original memory intact, he takes the opportunity to travel down roads he passed up the first time around.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Risa Gertner, Jay Baker
MANAGER: Madhouse Entertainment — Adam Kolbrenner

Warner Brothers. Goldsmith-Thomas Productions producing.

SIDNEY GRIMES by Brian Helgeland
A man just out of prison seeks revenge on his former partner who got him locked up.

MANAGER: Brillstein Entertainment Partners — Missy Malkin

Todd Black, Billy Gerber producing.

WITH 5 MENTIONS

ALIVE ALONE by Khurram Longi
A London-based suicide bomber is having a crisis of conscience as he and his cell are planning an attack in the city. His female next door neighbor, a drug addict and prostitute, has men who want to kill her after witnessing the murder of her john. These two find solace in each other as they try to survive their respective situations.

AGENT: Creative Artists Agency — Robert Bookman, Martin Spencer

Sarah Radclyffe producing.

F*CKING JANE AUSTEN by Blake Bruns
Two friends angry at Jane Austen for creating unrealistic romantic expectations among women today get sent back in time to the nineteenth century. The only way for them to return home is for one of them to get Jane Austen to fall in love and sleep with him.

MANAGER: Brucks Entertainment — Bryan Brucks

Brucks Entertainment producing.

THE FLIGHT OF THE NEZ PERCE by E. Nicholas Mariani
The true story of Chief Joseph and his resistance to his tribe’s relocation to a military settlement in Idaho during the 1800s.

AGENT: United Talent Agency – Charlie Ferraro, Jenny Maryasis
MANAGER: Circle of Confusion – David Alpert, Britton Rizzio

HIT AND RUN by Owen Yarde
A young man discovers that the undertaker who recently hired him as his driver is actually a hit man for the mafia.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Cliff Roberts, David Karp

KITCHEN SINK by Oren Uziel
A human teenager, a vampire, and a zombie must save their town from an alien invasion.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Harley Copen
MANAGER: Circle of Confusion — Britton Rizzio

NESS/CAPONE by Grant Myers
The true story of young Elliot Ness taking down Al Capone.

AGENT: Paradigm — Mark Ross
MANAGER: Gotham Group — Jeremy Bell

O.K.C. by Clay Wold
An ambitious legal aide working for the Timothy McVeigh defense team tries to get to the bottom of what really happened during the Oklahoma City bombing.

AGENT: United Talent Agency – Charlie Ferraro, Barbara Dreyfus
MANAGER: Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment — Aaron Kaplan, Sean Perrone

The Safran Company producing.

PAINT by Brit McAdams
A Bob Ross-esque PBS painting show host must fight for his career when his station brings in a rival painting host.

AGENT: United Talent Agency – Blair Kohan, Geoff Morley
MANAGER: The Collective — Sam Maydew

Rip Cord Productions producing.

PAPER AIRPLANE by Sid Karger
After sabotaging another family vacation, a travel agent who’s afraid to fly battles his irrational phobias in order to win back his wife and daughter.

AGENT: William Morris Endeavor — Mike Esola
MANAGER: Madhouse Entertainment — Adam Kolbrenner

POINT A by Chris Rubeo
An unconventional romantic comedy between a thirty year old magazine writer and the subject of his newest piece, a witty, wise beyond her years teenage video blogger.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Aaron Hart, Adam Weinstein
MANAGER: Tantillo Entertainment – John Tantillo

SERENA by Chris Kyle
In 1930s North Carolina, George Pemberton, with the help of his father’s money, owns and runs a logging operation in the Smoky Mountains. George meets and marries Serena, a strong-willed, scheming, ambitious woman.

AGENT: International Creative Management — Robert Lazar

Nick Wechsler Productions, Exclusive Media Group producing.

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