Something Different for Joomla
MONEY FOR NOTHING
Inspired by the Donald Westlake novel about what happens after a young ad executive starts cashing mysterious monthly checks. Screenplay: Jim Kouf (National Tresure, Rush Hour, Taxi); Director: Dominique Deruddere (Everybody's Famous)
Adapted from the John Christopher novel about a virus that kills the adult population and leaves the world in the hands of children. Screenplay: Lucas Howe; Director: Lucas Howe (Abingdon, Bluefish)
MAN WITHOUT A GUN
Based on the true story of UN hostage negotiator Giandomenico Picco's diplomatic endeavors to release an American hostages during the Lebanon hostage crisis. Producing with Jennifer Klein; Screenplay: Stuart Beattie (Pirates of Caribbean, 30 Days of Night); Director: Pete Travis (Vantage Point, Endgame)
UNTITLED JOSHUA MARSTON PROJECT
A drama based on the lives of American truckers who, because of hard times at home, commit to transporting goods for U.S. contractors through the Iraqi war zone.
Writer/Director: Joshua Marston (New York, I Love You, Maria Full of Grace)
A murder mystery thriller set in the world of DNA evidence. Producing with Marisa Polvino and Phillip Noyce; Screenplay: Terrel Selzer, Karen Janszen and Kathleen McLaughlin
James Ellroy's crime noir story set against the backdrop of 1950's LAPD corruption. Screenplay: Matthew Michael Carnahan (Lions for Lambs, The Kingdom); Director: Joe Carnahan (Smokin' Aces, Narc)
Nicholl Fellowship recipient - Mike Hare's thriller about a young couple moving into an apparently quiet neighborhood. Producing with Jacob Estes; Screenplay:; Director: Goran Dukic (Wristcutters: A Love Story)
A bittersweet look at the American dream as seen through the eyes of two Mexican teens based on the novel by Arnon Grunberg. Screenplay: Martino Gozzi
A darkly humorous tale about a young music student and a powerful CEO adapted from the Arthur Nersesian's novel, Manhattan Loverboy. Screenplay: Austin Chick (August, XX/XY) and Arthur Nersesian.
Remake of André Téchiné's 1996 French film starring Catherine Denueve, Les Voleurs, about murder, betrayal, and seduction. Screenplay: Larry Gross (48 Hours, We Don't Live Here Anymore)