Influencer (drama, 1 hour)
Kidnapped as a boy and caged for 14 years, a young man makes his brutal escape with the help of an unlikely ally -- their daughter. Now on the run from the biased system that broke and discarded them, as these Zoomers serve up poetic justice on social media, they discover the raw power to influence the masses, getting drunk on fame and each other. And how they weaponize their influence will decide the salvation or the downfall of society as we know it.
9 episodes written
Writers - Joe McClean, Rich Wong, Brad Kayl, Barry Finnegan
(historical drama, 4-part limited series)
The secret love affair of a captured German soldier and a black American woman stampeding through WW2, Jim Crow, and personal tragedy. Based on largely forgotten historical events from a well-documented era and characters born from the experiences of many.
Humanitas Prize Finalist, AFF 2020
4 episodes written
Sins of Survivors
(historical drama, 1 hour)
Set in 1937 Detroit, in the once-thriving, slum of Black Bottom, booze is recently legal and race tensions are rising in the auto industry. Now brothers Buddy and Paul Hawkins are locked in a fight to hold onto the wealth, power, and influence they built illegally during prohibition.
Toppers Go Down
(dystopian drama, 1 hour)
Two worlds: one above ground embracing a surveillance state, the other literally underground to avoid the “eye in the sky.” After a young topper commits an accidental crime, her life flips upside down when she and her father flee underground to avoid the penalties of a state that sees all.
The Brothers Booth (Historical Drama)
Less than 5 months before the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, three world-famous brothers (Junius, Edwin, and John Wilkes, all played by black men) discuss their personal histories, their relationship to their renowned father, explore the limits of brotherhood, and live through a nearly forgotten Confederate attack on NYC. (Adapted from the play)
The Most Lamentable Tragedie of the Brothers Booth (historical drama)
Less than 5 months before the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, three world-famous brothers (Junius, Edwin, and John Wilkes) performed on the same stage for the first and only time in their lives. The performance was a benefit to raise money for a statue of William Shakespeare that still stands in NYC's Central Park today. The play they performed for their adoring audience? Julius Caesar – Shakespeare’s tale of the assassination of a world leader.
The Most Lamentable Tragedie of the Brothers Booth is an imagining of conversations over the weekend of November 25th, 1864 as the brothers discuss their personal histories, their relationship to their renowned father, explore the limits of brotherhood, and live through a nearly forgotten Confederate attack on NYC.
2010 - present
2010 - present