Film Details
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Producers: Nigel Sinclair, Nicholas Ferrall, Peter Dealbert
Executive Producer: Cassidy Hartmann
Writer: James Luckard
Director: In Discussion

Berlin. December 1941. In the heart of a Nazi empire that spans Europe, a brutal serial killer stalks the blacked-out streets, targeting young women.

Determined to keep the nation focused on the war effort, the SS tasks tormented homicide detective Alex Lang with tracking down the killer. But with Himmler’s men hampering his investigation at every turn, Lang begrudgingly turns to his only hope – Dr. Simon Rosenthal, a Jewish criminal psychologist now facing transport with his family to the dreaded East.

As they break new ground, enduring insidious bigotry, to profile the killer, Lang and Rosenthal form an unlikely bond amid the darkness. As Rosenthal struggles to save his family from vanishing into the regime’s Night and Fog, Lang’s eyes are opened to the mass murder his nation is carrying out, placing him on a journey toward redemption.

Film Details
Genre: Period Action / Epic Adventure
Producers: Bill Broyles, Nigel Sinclair, Guy East
Writers: William Broyles, Jr. (Flags of Our Fathers, Jarhead, Polar Express, Castaway, Apollo 13), Burr Steers (Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, Igby Goes Down), Ian MacKenzie Jeffers (The Grey), Stephen Harrigan

Emperor follows the “origin story” of Gaius Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus.  Gaius and Marcus matriculate as young men in the powerful, sexy, and dangerous world of Ancient Rome.

The film aims to be the first in a trilogy that will track the boys’ evolution against the transformation of the Roman Empire.

Based on the four-book series: “The Gates of Rome,” “The Death of Kings,” “Field of Swords,” “The Gods of War.”

Film Details
Genre: Story
Producers: Nigel Sinclair, Jeanne Elfant Festa, Bill Curbishley, Oliver “Olly” Veysey
Executive Producer: Roger Daltrey
Writer: John Lahr and TBA

The story of original “WHO” drummer Keith Moon, the greatest of rock and roll’s virtuoso drummers and one of popular culture’s all-time eccentrics.

Keith Moon’s furious drumming transformed a fine R&B band, The Who, into a glorious fusion of anarchy, chaos, and pop. His thunderously original percussion filled spaces heretofore reserved only for guitars, and his wickedly funny antics created new standards for pop showmanship. Ultimately left behind when his friends and loved ones embraced a life of responsible adulthood, the once brilliant and beloved popular icon – his great musical prowess ebbing – burned out in an early and tragic end.


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