Browsing: Robert Schenkkan

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ALL THE WAY (SALES)
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Logline: A behind-the-scenes look at President Lyndon B. Johnson’s first year in office after taking the oath in the aftermath of President Kennedy’s assassination, navigating the Vietnam War and launching his Civil Rights bill, eventually winning the election for his first full term.

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DEMONOLOGISTS (SALES)
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Logline: A college professor specializing in demonic literature accepts a free trip to Italy. Once there, his daughter is apparently killed by a demon and he must set out to try to bring her back to life.

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UNBROKEN (SALES)
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Logline: Follows the true story of Louis Zamperini, a former Olympian, and his two crewmates when their plane crashes at sea during World War II and floats adrift for 47 days until capture and sent to a POW camp by the Japanese Navy.

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INCOGNITO (SALES)
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Logline: Zack Overkill is a former villain in a witness-protection program. A mandated regimen of pills keeps his powers at bay, and an overzealous parole officer keeps his balls busted. But then he finds out that illegal substances restore his powers, freeing him from the drudgery of his job as file clerk and putting him behind a mask again, this time as a good guy.

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ANABASIS (SALES)
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Logline: Follows Xenophon, a Greek soldier, who was among 10,000 elite mercenaries who attacked the Persian Empire and who led them back through hostile terrain after their leader was betrayed and slain.

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UNTITLED USS INDIANAPOLIS PROJECT (SALES)
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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.

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HACKSAW RIDGE (SALES)
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Logline: Centers on Desmond T. Doss who won the Congressional Medal of Honor, despite refusing to bear arms during WWII on religious grounds. Doss was drafted and ostracized by fellow soldiers for his pacifist stance. But he was no coward. Doss saved 75 men in the Battle of Okinawa, without firing a shot.