These are just a few examples of stories we discovered and are currently developing for adaptation into feature films and television shows in partnership with major studios and production companies.
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Two adventurous American “coyotes” smuggled hundreds of migrants into the United States in the nineteen-nineties.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
It was Morocco’s “Argo” – a film made in 1971 as a cover for a family drug-smuggling operation.
NY TIMES MAGAZINE
Col. Don Christensen, chief prosecutor of the U.S. Air Force, fought an uphill battle for justice in a landmark military sexual assault case.
ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE
Joe Passalaqua, family man by day, self-proclaimed hit man for the Gambino family by night.
Stowaway is currently developing Brian Frazer's hilarious and poignant memoir, Hyper--chondriac, as a television series. It was formerly an NBC/Ryan Murphy project.