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Free Play is a documentary highlighting how a mother’s perseverance in the face of adversity led to the creation of Middle Tennessee’s largest all inclusive playground. In a way to pay tribute to her late daughter Tabitha, Karen West spearheaded the creation of the Gallatin Miracle park. The park has several features that cater specifically to children with physical and mental disabilities. As Karen describes, these interactions lead to long lasting friendships between children of all abilities. The physical exercise that these children receive from the playground translates into other aspects of their life as they gain a sense of independence and freedom.
Regina Doyle Silent Film Starlet
Finding JaMia's Spirit
Short Film adapted into a TV Series
After finding out that his family has been kidnapped by an underground street sorcerer, a young and unrealized clairvoyant boy must embark on a journey of self discovery in the magic arts to save his family and take down the shadow king. Think Straight Outta Compton meets Lovecraft Country, following the coming of age adventures of those similar to Harry Potter. Ominous, edgy & suspenseful with occasional comedic relief embedded in the racial & socioeconomic undertones of South Los Angeles.
Tubadu Breaking Through (working title)
In New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz and home to dozens of brass bands, teen tuba prodigy Mackyrin "Tubadu" Holmes knows he can be truly great. He and his ailing mother Celeste launch his career as the city's youngest band leader. Despite hardship, trauma and violence, young Tubadu takes on the legacy of band leadership in a city where that title means stepping up for the community. But Celeste's health is failing as her organs begin to shut down. With whatever time they have left together, they fight for Tubadu's dream with an astonishing sense of joy, working to record an album that will put him on his path to greatness.
UNBELIZEABLUE (Working Title)
The Violin Case
Carry My Voice
A Banner Year (working title)
A queer climate comedy about two commercial actors who land a gig filming a series of political ads for a not-so-local energy company. In between shoots at the studio, where they learn how to pronounce "Puget Sound" and extol the benefits of cooking with natural gas, they struggle to break out into new roles in their personal lives.