The Friendship Game


STATUS: In Development SYNOPSIS: In a small town, three high school outcasts and a pre-teen internet voyeur unlock a mysterious cosmic force via a seemingly harmless yard sale trinket, revealing the terrible fate of their missing friend, and sending them spiraling down a cataclysmic collapsing of realities. CAST & CREW: Starring: Bella Thorne Director: Scooter Corkle Writer:  Damien Ober Producers: Daniel Bekerman of Scythia Films (Producer of "Rememory" and "The Witch"), and Executive Producer Zak Kilberg of Social Construct Films (Producer of "Would You Rather" and "Buena Vista Social Club Adios") Casting Director: Erica Silverman Bream Sales: CAA and 13 Films News: VARIETY: Bella Thorne Starring in Sci-Fi Horror Movie ‘Friendship Game’ - May 9th, 2019 THE WRAP: Bella Thorne to Star in Sci-Fi Horror ‘The Friendship Game’ for 13 Films - May 9th, 2019 SCREEN DAILY: Bella Thorne to star in horror 'The Friendship Game' (exclusive)  - May 9th, 2019 IMDB Official Movie Page

The Friendship Game2020-07-29T23:47:51+00:00

Say Her Name


From Social Construct's joint venture, Convergent Media STATUS: In Development SYNOPSIS: Based on the critically acclaimed memoir by Francisco Goldman. In this autobiographical love story, Goldman married young writer Aura Estrada in a romantic Mexican hacienda in 2005. A month before their second anniversary, she passed away after a body surfing accident. Goldman was blamed by her family and himself and wanted to die but wrote “Say Her Name” as a novel chronicling his love and loss. CAST & CREW: Director: Leena Yadav Writer: Scott B. Smith (script), Francisco Goldman (book) Producers: William Horberg, Russell Smith, Michael Cleaver, and Zak Kilberg. NEWS: Francisco Goldman’s Love Story ‘Say Her Name’ Set Up as Movie (EXCLUSIVE)  

Say Her Name2017-06-09T20:53:01+00:00

Untitled 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Project


STATUS: In Development SYNOPSIS: Inspired by Corinda Marsh’s historical novel “Holocaust in the Homeland: Black Wall Street’s Last Days.” The book’s account, seen through the eyes of a fictional reporter, focuses on the Greenwood section of Tulsa, Okla., which was called “Black Wall Street” because of its economic success. The riot completely razed Greenwood, destroying the lives of its 10,000 residents. The riot began over a Memorial Day weekend after a young black man was accused of raping a young white female. That resulted in thousands of white residents rampaging through the community and planes dropping burning balls of turpentine on homes. No records exist as to how many people were killed and injured and no one was ever prosecuted. An American Red Cross social worker wrote in a 1921 report that up to 300 blacks were killed. The riot was mostly ignored until 1996, when the state legislature authorized the Oklahoma Commission to Investigate the Tulsa Race Riot. CAST & CREW: Director: Tim Story (“Fantastic Four,” the “Ride Along” franchise, the two “Think Like a Man” movies, “Barbershop.” Also directing and executive producing Showtime’s upcoming comedy series “White Famous,” based on Jamie Foxx’s personal experiences.) Writer:  Christopher Kubasik Producers: Zak Kilberg of Social Construct, Blue Ridge Media Capital, Tim Story and Doug Griffin of the Story Company, Christine Holder and Mark Holder of Zero Gravity. NEWS Read the project announcement on Deadline Hollywood or - May 17, 2017  

Untitled 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Project2017-05-17T22:06:10+00:00
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