Browsing: Innovative Artists
Logline: Story centers on a successful television actor who after a few too many, verbally bashes his number one rated show at an Emmy after-party. From there, he is forced into damage control in an attempt to get his career back on line, but in the process, begins to wonder if that’s what he really wants.
Logline: Pregnant, married, and awkward at eighteen years old, Carolyn Briggs grows more and more interested in Jesus, eventually giving herself over to a radical New Testament church. Amidst her community of self-described “Jesus Freaks,” Carolyn’s daily life consists of hours of Bible study, alternative family practices and bracing for the oncoming Rapture. It’s only when her marriage begins to unravel that Carolyn dares to question the religious dogma she has embraced for her entire adult life.
Logline: The true story of Charles E. Chapin, the city editor of Joseph Pulitzer’s New York Times in the early twentieth century who enjoyed a successful career but endured a turbulent personal life, both of which eventually ending in his bankruptcy and criminal conviction for the murder of his wife in 1918.
Logline: Centers on Ira Black, 33, is brilliant, neurotic, Jewish and has so many issues he can’t fit them into 12 years of analysis. He can’t finish his dissertation, he can’t commit to his longtime girlfriend, and he’s incapable of making a decision, even if it’s just what to order at the diner.