UNIVERS'L - (PRODUCED) No one's getting along at the Univers'l strip mall in South Central Los Angeles on April 29, 1992, the day the Rodney King verdicts come down. An African-American liquor store owner has a crush on a Vietnamese manicurist. A rich Beverly Hills housewife who wants to help "you people" by building a women's shelter has just had her Mercedes stolen. The Iranian dry cleaners have destroyed a dress, a group of Swedish equestrians is hopelessly lost, and Kong, the Korean landlord is missing. With a relentless, hyperkinetic visual energy and creeping sense of impending doom, UNIVERS'L captures one long day in a rundown mini-mall when riots take over the city.
“A Searing Urban Drama.” --Der Spiegel
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ONE GOOD BED - (Romantic comedy) Gen Adams is in a maze of her own making and sets out to methodically choose a compatible mate. And on the way to Scotland to be married, she falls in love with the last guy she'd ever choose.
RIP CITY - (Drama/Youth) 17-year-old computer nerd, Wallace Fenn leaves the toxic wasteland of Eastern Oregon, following Samantha, the girl who left him, for Portland. Once arrived, Wallace falls prey to a bizarre array of characters, including nuns, donut making widowers, cops, medical marijuana purveyors, office supply salesmen, poets, welfare moms and homeless kids, ensuring Wallace's demise or his will to come of age.
GOOD MANNERS - (Comedy) A pampered Martha Stewart type and the Black female PI she reluctantly hires to spy on her cheating husband end up correcting the bad behavior of some highly influential people using very unorthodox methods.
THE MORTAL KIND - (Drama/Thriller) When a homicide detective's wife leaves him in the midst of his investigating a series of career girl slayings, clues to the murder lead him to confront his attitudes about the roles of the sexes and in so doing solve the murders and win back his wife.
HENRY OF TROY - (Family/Children's) 10 year old Henry of Troy, NY, dreams of being somebody else. Pursued by older kids after his sneakers, he falls sending him to a wild place—a land of pirates and treasures where he confronts and conquers evil with the help of friends made along the way and in so doing realizes, there's no place like home. A modern twist on "The Wizard of Oz."
THE POUNDING - (Drama) A 25 yr. old horsewoman suffers a debilitating auto accident, which drives her to see a psychiatrist whose unusual therapy helps her explore the possibilities of intimacy with her horse.
FAMOUS AGORAPHOBIC WOMAN TELLS ALL! - (Comedy) When a stream of local television commercials turns to barely a trickle, Zoe Marks takes matters into her own hands. But the only thing her mad quest for fame leads her to is a nervous breakdown. Driven into herself and her home, she becomes an agoraphobe, watching the world pass her by. But one day, the celebrity she so long sought is finally thrust upon her. Which will she choose: real life or reel life? (In Post Production)