Development: Producers select story and/or acquire rights to underlying intellectual property (e.g. adaptation, remake, video game, etc.) and work with screenwriter(s) to craft a story outline into a workable script in an effort to garner a “greenlight” for the film from the financing studio and/or production company. An agreement for a major star or director to join the film can boost a project's prospects of securing financing, but those arrangements can reverse if scheduling and other details do not work. Films in this stage can languish for months, years, or fall apart completely.
Ron’s Gone Wrong2020Tells the story of the wonderful walking, talking, digitally connected bot that sweeps the world becoming every kid's new Best Friend. But when an eleven-year-old boy ends up with one that doesn't work, his attempts to teach it become a hilarious, heart-warming exploration of what real friendship me
I Am PilgrimTBA“Pilgrim” is the codename for a man who doesn’t exist. The adopted son of a wealthy American family, he once headed up a secret espionage unit for US intelligence. Now in anonymous retirement, he is called upon to lend his expertise to an unusual investigation but ultimately becomes caught in
DaddioTBAFollows a woman who is picked up by a cab at JFK airport and driven to her apartment in Manhattan. On the way there, the woman and cabdriver begin discussing their past and current relationships and the effects those relationships have had on their lives.
I Am A ManTBAIn 1968, the Memphis sanitation workers strike becomes a turning point in the U.S. civil rights movement. The strike, carried out by black employees over poor working conditions and discrimination, draws Martin Luther King Jr, the National Guard and the national media for what is a 65-day, often vi
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