What Scripts Landed on the 2020 Black List?
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The 2020 blacklist is here!

The blacklist is an annual tradition among Hollywood executives. They all vote on their preferred specification scripts of the year and then compile those votes into an annual list. This list is passed around and becomes every assistant's reading list during the vacation.

A reminder from the blacklist: "The blacklist is not a & # 39; best-of & # 39; list. It is & # 39; most popular & # 39; list at best."

Things got a little different this year when Vanity Fair partnered with The Black List to launch the 2020 Black List announcement. The host was Desus & Mero with special guests, Taika Waititi and Bong Joon-ho.

The guys did a fun intro as the list scrolled at the top of the screen. You can check the titles, authors, and log lines below.

Which scripts ended up on the 2020 blacklist?

1. Sophie Dawson's headhunter (29 mentions)

A high-functioning cannibal chooses victims based on their Instagram popularity, but finds his habits shaken by a man who wants to be eaten.

Agency: WME Entertainment
Agents: Mattew Balick, CJ Fight, Brett Rosen, Sarah Self
Management: Bellevue Productions
Manager: John Zaoizirny, Zack Zucker

2. Chang Can Dunk by Jingyi Shao (28 mentions)

A young Asian-American teenage and basketball fanatic who just wants to dive in and get the girl into it, ends up learning a lot more about himself, his best friends, and his mom.

Management: The Gotham Group
Managing Directors: MAX GOLDFARB, PETER MCHUGH
Financier: Disney +
Producers: Hillman Grad, Makeready

3. Neither confirm nor deny by Dave Collard (26 mentions)

An adaptation of David Sharp's book, The CIA's Greatest Covert Operation, which chronicles the secret CIA operation that risked igniting World War III by retrieving a nuclear-armed Soviet submarine, the K-129, that happened in 1968 had sunk to the bottom of the ocean.

Agency: Rothman Brecher Ehrich Livingston
Agents: Jim Ehrich
Management: Fourthwall Management
Manager: Russell Hollander
Producers: New Sparta Films, Scott Free

4. If you were the last one by Angela Bourassa (25 mentions)

Two astronauts who believe they will be lost forever in space fall in love and are content with their isolated lives only to suddenly have to return to earth.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Eni Akintade, Houston Costa, Mikey Schwartz-Wright, Carolyn Sivitz, Hope Watson
Management: four-way
Manager: Jon Levin, Sean Woods
Producer: depth of field

5. Two by Cat Wilkins (25 mentions)

A high school senior tries to fire her headmaster after observing racist behavior, but she quickly learns he won't go down without a fight.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Jessica Kantor, Luke Murphy
Management: Echo Lake Entertainment
Manager: Trent Hubbard
Financier: Bron
Producers: Sharla Sumpter Bridgett, Bron, The Story Company, TPH Entertainment

6. Bring Me Back by Crosby Selander (22 mentions)

When a woman falls in love with someone on an interstellar journey during a cryosleep simulation, she tries to determine whether the man is a real passenger on the ship or just an invention of her imagination.

Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Manager: Aaron Kaplan, Ben Neumann
Financier: Legendary entertainment
Producer: Legendary Entertainment

7. Bubble & Squeak by Evan Twohy (21 mentions)

Two newlyweds traverse a fictional country on their honeymoon, but slowly discover that they long for separate journeys.

Agency: Creative Artists Agency
Agents: Christina Chou, Josh Pearl
Management: Grandview
Manager: Merideth Bajana
Producers: Chris Storer, Universal, Remote

8. Emergency by KD Davila (21 mentions)

A group of Black and Latin American college students ready for a night of partying must weigh the pros and cons of calling the police in an emergency.

Management: Management 360
Managers: Reilly Martin, Marc Mounier and Clifford Murray
Financier: Amazon Studios
Producer: Temple Hill Entertainment

9. Keep Your Peace Forever by Emma Dudley (19 mentions)

Calm, confident Hazel, 24, has struggled with her sexuality since her conservative dad kissed her on a sleepover in middle school and turned his absolute shit over. On the way back to her hometown for her father's wedding, Hazel gets drunk and makes out with an older, attractive flight attendant. She is thrilled to have passed her hangers and had fun until she gets home to find that the flight attendant is her father's fiancé.

Agency: The Gersh Agency
Agents: Sam Masura Sekoff, Amanda Jo Smith
Management: capitalized
Manager: Lauren Dineley
Producer: Lord Miller

10. VIDEO NASTY by Chris Thomas Devlin (18 mentions)

Three teenagers who rent a cursed VHS tape get sucked into a slasher movie from the 80s that threatens to capture them forever.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Charles Ferraro
Management: Bellevue Productions
Managers: Jeff Portnoy, John Zaozirny
Financier: Lionsgate
Producers: Point Gray Pictures, Stampede Ventures

11. Saturday Night Ghost Club by Steve Desmond, Michael Sherman (17 mentions)

After a twelve-year-old boy is haunted by a terrible being, he forms his own ghost club with his eccentric uncle and three other outsiders and examines all the paranormal places in the city so that he can find and confront the tormenting ghost.

Agency: performing arts agency
Agents: Adam Perry, Sheryl Petersen
Management: Management 360
Managers: Jill McElroy, Marc Mounier, Geoff Shaevitz
Producer: Fully Formed Entertainment

12. Chaz Hawkins Sauce (17 mentions)

A depressed, selfish black man is fighting for his life after taking a job at a white-owned beauty salon whose monstrous owners have put together a hugely popular shampoo that requires a disgusting ingredient.

Agency: WME Entertainment
Agents: Chelsea Dern, Nick Hoagland, Perry Weitzner
Management: Heroes and Villains Entertainment
Manager: Aaron Lipsett
Producer: Scott Free Productions

13. Sharper by Brian Gatewood, Alessandro Tanaka (17 mentions)

A chain of scammers is following a wealthy family with the perfect plan to rid them of their money. But when love, heartbreak, and jealousy invade the grand scheme, it becomes unclear whether the criminals are cheating or being betrayed.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Dan Erlij, Jay Gassner, Lily Safran, Julien Thuan and Hope Watson
Management: Management 360
Manager: Eryn Brown
Financier: Apple TV +
Producers: A24, Gatewood & Tanaka, Julianne Moore, Picturestart

14. Birdies by Colin Bannon (16 mentions)

When Tabitha, a struggling foster child, wins a contest to become part of the BIRDIES, a popular daily YouTube channel featuring the radiant and enigmatic Mama Bird and her diverse brood of adopted children, she quickly learns that it will be dark when they Turn off cameras.

Agency: Verve Talent and Literary Agency
Agents: Parker Davis, Adam Levine
Management: Hopscotch Pictures
Manager: Sukee Chew
Producer: Sukee Chew

15. Possum Song by Isaac Adamson (16 mentions)

After a country music star discovers his secret songwriting partner is dead, he makes a fist trade with a family of possums who have settled within its walls.

Management: Lee Stobby Entertainment
Manager: Lee Stobby
Producers: Isaac Adamson, Lee Stobby Entertainment

16.The Black Belt by Randall Green (15 mentions)

Eighth grader Simon Paluska dreams of being a Taekwondo Black Belt, but he is not allowed to take classes. So he buys a black belt on Amazon for twenty-five dollars. Then he has to use it.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Amanda Hymson, Blair Kohan
Management: Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Manager: George Heller
Financier: Monarch
Producer: Indivisible

17.Ripper by Dennis MaGee Fallon (15 mentions)

London, 1888: When her friends begin to die from a brutal murderer, an all-women crime syndicate, The Forty Elephants, must work together to defeat the predator who is chasing them – Jack The Ripper.

Agency: WME Entertainment
Agents: Tanya Cohen, Brett Rosen
Management: Bellevue Productions
Manager: John Zaozirny, Zack Zucker
Producers: Atlas Entertainment, Bellevue Productions

18. A Big, Brave, Beautiful Journey by Seth Reiss (14 mentions)

After both attending the same wedding solo, David and Sarah, with a little help from their 1996 Passat GPS and a little bit of magic, embark on a big, brave, beautiful journey for the road trip of a lifetime.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Alex Rincon
Management: Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Manager: Brad Petrigala
Producers: Love & Squalor, Red Hour, Seth Reiss

19. Enemies Within by Cat Vasko (14 mentions)

In the 1950s, Joseph McCarthy and his far-right husband Roy Cohn sit at the height of their influence, throwing aside uncontrolled democratic norms – until the Army's lowest lawyer, John G. Adams, stumbles upon the shocking truth behind their rise to power and makes it into himself Task to reveal this to the public.

Management: Grandview
Manager: Zac Frognowski, Matt Rosen
Financier: Endeavor Content
Manufacturer: automatic

20. The man in the yard of Sam Stefanak (14 mentions)

When a dangerous stranger shows up on her doorstep, a depressed widow has to grapple with her own past to protect her two children.

Agency: Kazarian, Spencer & Associates
Agents: Michael Kolodny, Varun Monga
Management: epicenter
Managers: Allard Cantor, Anastasiya Kukhtareva, Jarrod Murray
Financier: Blumhouse
Manufacturer: Blumhouse

21. Suncoast by Laura Chinn (14 mentions)

Against the backdrop of the hospice where her brother (and by chance Terri Schiavo) die, a clumsy youthful outcast grows up.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Susie Fox
Management: 3 arts entertainment
Manager: Josh Lieberman, Oly Fruit
Producer: 3 Arts Entertainment

22.Fish in a Tree by Jeff Stockwell (13 mentions)

Based on the novel of the same name by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. A teenage girl in an intimidating new school eventually faces seemingly insurmountable obstacles in her learning and social life when she crosses with an energetic but inexperienced substitute teacher.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Charles Ferraro
Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Managing Directors: Tobin Babst, Alex Lerner
Financier: Netflix
Producer: Fezziwig Studios

23. Justin Piasecki's neutral corner (13 mentions)

A Nevada court judge standing in the moonlight during high-profile boxing matches must face his demons if he is used in the Olympic fight of an ex-con man he previously convicted of murder.

Agency: Paradigm Talent Agency
Agents: Ethan Neale, Matt Snow
Management: weightlessness management
Manager: Jeff Belkin
Producers: total films

24.Gusher by Abigail Briley Bean (12 mentions)

Based on the story of Anna Nicole Smith, a smart young mom rises from a small town in Texas to become a famous Playboy center, but when she falls in love with an eighty-nine year old billionaire, his son, and the whole world I believe she is is nothing but a gold digger.

Management: The Vendetta Group
Manager: Jasper Gray
Producer: Coveside Films

25. Bikram by Silpa Kovvali (11 mentions)

In the truly incredible story of Bikram Choudhury, his young wife Rajashree catapults the yoga guru to the heights of fame and fortune and struggles for survival when he crashes their brand.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Abby Glusker, Alyssa Lanz, Jordan Lonner
Management: Brillstein Entertainment Partners
Manager: George Heller

25. Borderline by Jimmy Warden (11 mentions)

A bodyguard protects a pop superstar and her athlete friend from a determined stalker in 1990s Los Angeles.

Management: Grandview
Manager: Merideth Bajana
Producer: Luckychap

25.Lurker by Alex Russell (11 mentions)

An obsessed fan maneuvers himself into the inner circle of his hip-hop idol and stops at nothing to stay in it.

Management: Grandview & Elixr Global
Managers: Merideth Bajana, Erick Mendoza, Ethan Jones
Producers: Chris Storeer, Lee Sung Jin

25.My Dear You by Meghan Kennedy (11 mentions)

Based on a short story by Rachel Khong. A love story in the afterlife about our struggle to let go of the past, even when our present is heaven … literally. Tess is constantly looking for the love of her life without realizing that he's right next to her all the time and helps her look.

Management: capitalized
Managers: Britton Rizzio, Noah Rosen, Greg Shephard
Producers: Capitalized

25. Occupied by Tara Cavanagh (11 mentions)

When a tactless Nordstrom store manager denies two trans women access to the bathroom, Fran and Althea seek redress and occupy the ladies' room in protest.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agency: Jessica Kantor, Hope Watson
Management: Management 360
Manager: Eryn Brown, Marc Mounier
Producers: Gatewood and Tanaka

25. Creston Whittington reptilian dysfunction (11 mentions)

A chemical leak in a local central Florida water supply devastates the invasive python population and leads a family into the struggle of a lifetime for survival.

Management: Heroes and Villains Entertainment
Manager: Gary Ventimiglia

25. St. Simmons by Greg Wayne (11 mentions)

When a very fat and possibly gay boy from New Orleans is visited by an angel named Barbra Streisand, he sets off on daily television on a holy crusade to touch and save the soul of every overweight person in America before his demons consume him – if only to make his father proud. It is the true gospel of Richard Simmons.

Management: mutiny
Manager: Ryan Casey

25. The U.S.P.S. by Perry Janes (11 mentions)

Michael Griffiths follows in the footsteps of his murdered mother and signs up for the United States Postal Service … only to discover a postal route full of surprises and a job that maybe, just maybe, can save the world.

Management: capitalized
Manager: Bash Naran
Financier: Amazon Studios
Producers: Chronologie, Imagine Entertainment

26. Annalize & Song by SJ Inwards (10 mentions)

Annalize is a girl who literally “sees the world differently” from everyone else and finds herself a lonely, misunderstood outcast who, as a result, keeps her “cursed seeing” a secret. But everything changes when Annalize meets her new neighbor Peter Song – a teenager everyone else sees as a disfigured boy, but whom Annalize sees very differently.

Agency: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agents: Melissa Darman, Nicholas Mohebbi, Adam Weinstein
Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Manager: Alex Lerner, Ben Neuman
Producer: Luckychap, Star Thrower Entertainment

26.Blood Ties by Aaron Katz (10 mentions)

Based on the New York article by Nathan Heller. A true crime thriller based on the story of two brilliant college lovers convicted of a brutal murder. An obsessed detective investigates the real motives that led to a double homicide and the decades-long aftermath that followed.

Management: Grandview
Manager: Ben Rowe
Financier: Endeavor Content
Manufacturer: automatic

26. The boy who died of Monisha Dadlani (10 mentions)

A young girl creates a robotic version of Harry Potter while her father is treating Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe for an incurable disease.

Agency: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agents: Michael Chung, Melissa Darman, Jake Dillman, Matthew Doyle
Management: Good fear content
Manager: David Baggelaar

26. Crush on You by Shea Mayo (10 mentions)

Summer on a remote campus takes a dark turn for three college girls when a supernaturally sexy mystery man begins to pursue their dreams.

Management: Fourthwall Management
Manager: Sydney Blanke

26. The Culling by Stephen Herman (10 mentions)

A concerned priest confines himself to a secluded hut in the middle of the forest, where he finally tries to face the demon that terrorized his family as a child.

Agency: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agents: Adam Levine, Nicholas Mohebbi
Management: Good fear content
Manager: Scott bends over
Financier: Lionsgate
Producers: Good Fear Content, Mangata

May 26, December by Samy Burch (10 mentions)

Twenty years after their infamous tabloid romance hit the nation, a couple collapses under pressure when an actress arrives to look for a movie about their past.

Management: Grandview
Managers: Gabrielle Lewis, Ben Rowe
Producer: Gloria Sanchez

26. 1MDB by Scott Conroy (10 mentions)

The incredible true story of the multi-billion dollar corruption scandal by the Malaysian government that resulted in the conviction of Prime Minister Najib Razak and nearly $ 5 billion in settlements disbursed by Goldman Sachs.

Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Managers: Josh Goldenberg, Sean Perrone
Producer: 2.0 entertainment

26.Rewired by Adam Gaines, Ryan Parrott (10 mentions)

Harvard. 1959. A young Ted Kaczynski is led by Dr. Henry Murray experiments during a secret CIA psychological study that may have led to the creation of the Unabomber.

Management: Haven Entertainment / Grandview
Manager: Brendan Bragg / Erick Mendoza, Ben Rowe

26.Story by Emily Siegel (10 mentions)

When a stayed-home journalist moves to Los Angeles to rebuild after a personal trauma, she blurs the lines between fact and fiction … only to find herself at the center of her own story.

Management: 3 arts entertainment
Manager: Nora May, Daniel Vang

27.Cosmic Sunday by MacMillan Hedges (9 mentions)

A small percentage of the population is stuck in a time warp and needed to create a society that functions on the same day and repeats itself day after day. For the first time in ages, a man struggles to find himself in the middle of a society that clings to a sense of normalcy.

Agency: The Gersh Agency
Agents: Bob Hohman, Bayard Maybank, Frank Wuliger
Management: Management 360
Manager: Geoff Shaevitz
Producers: original films

27. Austin Everett catchy tune (9 mentions)

A former music therapist is hired to use a mysterious machine to immerse himself in the memories of a serial killer on death row.

Agency: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agents: Parker Davis, Kyle Jensen
Management: capitalized
Manager: Michael Claassen, Matt Dartnell

27. Excelsior! by Alex Convery (9 mentions)

The true story of the meteoric rise (and subsequent fall) of Marvel Comics and the star-crossed creators behind the panel: Stan Lee & Jack Kirby.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Ramses Ishak, Jordan Lonner, Michael Sheresky
Management: Grandview
Manager: Zac Frognoswki, Faisal Kanaan

27. Flight Risk by Jared Rosenberg (9 mentions)

An air marshal transporting a refugee through the Alaskan wilderness in a small plane is trapped when she suspects his pilot is not who he says he is.

Agency: Paradigm Talent Agency
Agents: Ethan Neale
Management: Fourthwall Management
Manager: Russell Hollander
Producer: Davis Entertainment

27. High Society of Noga Pnueli (9 mentions)

A depressed, progressive woman stuck in a conservative small town in Texas begins to dose the whole city with marijuana so they can all get along.

Agency: Creative Artists Agency
Agents: William Brown, Ruby Kaye, Joe Mann
Management: Heroes And Villains Entertainment
Manager: Chris Coggins

27. Horsegirl by Lauren Meyering (9 mentions)

A 26-year-old, socially awkward, horse-obsessed woman lives under the full-time care of her cancer-stricken mother and tries to prove her independence by winning a hobby horse competition.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Charles Ferraro, Abby Glusker, Laura Goodfriend, Jessica Kantor, and Jordan Lonner
Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Managers: Andrew Murphy, Hannah Ozer
Producer: Alix Madigan

27.Magazine Dreams by Elijah Bynum (9 mentions)

An amateur black bodybuilder struggles to find a human connection in this exploration of celebrity and violence.

Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Managers: Josh Goldenberg, Alex Lerner, Sean Perrone
Producers: Jennifer Fox, Dan Gilroy

27.Mouse by Kelly O’Sullivan (9 mentions)

When Minnie's seventeen-year-old best friend Callie dies in an accident, she struggles to find her own identity and forges a complicated friendship with Callie's grieving mother.

Agency: WME Entertainment
Agents: Hannah Davis, Daniela Federman, Max Gross, Nick Hoagland
Management: merger management
Manager: Adam Kersh

27. Jonathan Stokes murder at the White House (9 mentions)

The president is assassinated during a private dinner, and intelligence agent Mia Pine has until morning to find out which guest is the killer before a peace deal breaks down and leads to war.

Management: Management Sgc
Manager: Scott Carr
Financier: Paramount Pictures
Producer: original film

27.Nanny of Nikyata Jusu (9 mentions)

Aisha is an undocumented nanny who takes care of a privileged child. As she prepares for the arrival of her only son, whom she left behind in her homeland, a violent supernatural presence intrudes into her reality, jeopardizing the American dream she has carefully composed.

Agency: Creative Artists Agency
Representatives: William Brown, Sue Carls, Christina Chou, Scott Henderson, Brandon Lawrence
Management: M88
Managers: Gaby Mena, Natalia Williams
Producer: Nikkia Moulterie

27. A single point of failure from Terry Huang (9 mentions)

Journalists are trying to find out how Boeing knowingly misled regulators, pilots and airlines to cover up a problematic flight software system on the 737 MAX that resulted in two serious plane crashes and the deaths of 346 people. Based on real events.

Management: 3 arts entertainment
Manager: Katie Newman
Producer: Mandalay Pictures

27.State Lines by Rachel Wolf (9 mentions)

When headstrong but well-intentioned college student Sara Jane gets out of Senior Spring Break to drive a fourteen-year-old girl to an abortion, she is shocked to discover that her passenger is an undercover pro-lifer who kidnapped her.

Management: The Gotham Group
Managers: Tony Gil, Max Goldfarb
Producers: picture films

27.Viceland by Chris Parizo (9 mentions)

The real story of how Vice Magazine grew from a free Montreal magazine to a multi-billion dollar media empire, turning two of its founders into multimillionaires while kicking the third founder and modernizing the white supremacist movement through the creation of the Proud Boys.

Management: Bellevue Productions
Manager: John Zaozirny
Producer: Bellevue Productions

28. Emancipation from Bill Collage (8 mentions)

Based on a true story, a runaway slave must outsmart a bounty hunter and the dangers of a Louisiana swamp to reach the Union Army and his only chance at freedom.

Management: Syndicate Entertainment
Manager: Cliff Roberts
Financier: Apple Tv +
Producers: CAA Media Finance, Escape Artists, Mcfarland Entertainment

28. Fight or Flight by Brooks McLaren, DJ Cotrona (8 mentions)

A mercenary takes on the job of tracking down a target on an airplane, but must protect it when it is surrounded by people trying to kill both of them.

Agency: Verve Talent And Literary Agency / The Gersh Agency
Agents: Kyle Jensen, Adam Weinstein / Eric Garfinkel, Steven Gersh, Leslie Siebert
Management: Brillstein Entertainment Partners / Inspire
Manager: George Heller / Jason Spire
Producer: Thunder Road

28. Zach Dean's Canyon (8 mentions)

A brazen, action-packed love story about two very dangerous young people who, despite the corrupt and deadly world in which they operate, find a soulmate in each other.

Management: Lit Entertainment Group
Manager: Adam Kolbrenner
Financier: Skydance Media
Producer: Lit Entertainment Group, Skydance Media

28. Here come the bandits by Ethan Dawes (8 mentions)

Mickey Bradley, an incredibly talented minor league baseball player in his early twenties who returns to Los Angeles after an injury to coach a small league team full of underdogs that reminds him why he fell in love with baseball in the first place. And there's a sweet romance in there too.

Producers: Cord Entertainment, Makeready, Waffle Iron Entertainment

28.Plush by Alexandra Skarsgard (8 mentions)

Sex, money, and a schoolyard fad that took a nation by storm. Based on the true story of Ty Warner, the enigmatic entrepreneur behind a '90s toy craze that sparked insanity, murder, and a billion dollar empire.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Jessica Kantor, Grace Royer
Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Manager: Hannah Ozer

28.Aaron Rabin Towers (8 mentions)

A businessman's obsession with his competitor leads him into a rabbit hole full of self-discovery, imagination and deception

Management: MXN Entertainment
Manager: Michelle Knudsen
Producers: 1.21 images

28. Gabe Hobson intruder (8 mentions)

A father and daughter living in remote isolation must struggle to survive after aliens seek revenge to kill one of their own.

Financier: Endeavor Content
Producer: Fully Formed Entertainment, Jason Fuchs

28.Uncle Wick by Gabe Delahaye (8 mentions)

An action comedy in which Benji Stone, an adorable but deeply unpopular sixteen year old, is implicated in an international assassination attempt by his uncle, a retired undercover assassin who is accused of babysitting Benji for the weekend.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Emerson Davis, Jenny Maryasis
Management: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Managers: Aaron Kaplan, Michael Wilson
Financier: Amazon Studios
Producers: excursion productions

28. What if? by Alvaro Garcia Lecuona (8 mentions)

A nondescript seventeen-year-old turns his high school upside down when he questions his crush, a transgender classmate.

Agency: performing arts agency
Agents: Halle Mariner, Lucy Tashman
Management: Vision Entertainment
Managers: Andres Budnik, Victor Rodriguez
Financier: MGM, Orion
Producer: Andrew Lauren Productions, Killer Films

29. Bella by Jason Markarian (7 mentions)

Set against the backdrop of an unprecedented crime wave that swept New York City in the 1980s, this is a hyper-stylized action thriller about the daughter of a police officer who, after her father holds on to life after being assassinated, is on the verge of the rampage of the His father's murderer rages and rooted out corruption in the NYPD.

Agency: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agents: David Boxerbaum, Parker Davis
Management: Heroes And Villains Entertainment
Manager: Markus Goerg, Aaron Lipsett

29. Dust by Karrie Crouse (7 mentions)

A young Oklahoma mother from the 1930s believes her family is under threat and takes drastic steps to protect them.

Agency: Creative Artists Agency
Agents: Jay Baker
Management: Anonymous content
Manager: Bard Dorros
Financier: Searchlight images
Producer: Mad Dog Films

29. Frenemy by Ariel Sayegh (7 mentions)

A chronicle of the infamous 2004-2006 feud between Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton over who would be Britney Spears' best friend.

Agency: Paradigm Talent Agency
Agents: Melisa Baloglu, Olivia Falletti, Sam Fischer, Mark Ross

29. Gabi seems different from Victoria Bata (7 mentions)

After spending several years recovering from a devastating car accident that tore her out of the spotlight, Gabi, a famous pop star, gets ready to perform again for the first time. But with the increasing pressure and the failure of her memory, the young woman begins to doubt who she really is – and whether Gabi even survived the crash.

Agency: United Talent Agency
Agents: Anna Flickinger
Management: Management 360
Manager: Jenna Sarkin

29th generation jump by John Sonntag, Thomas Sonntag (7 mentions)

After a global pandemic causes NASA to send a crew of astronauts into space to find another habitable planet, the crew is unexpectedly awakened from hypersleep and must survive a mysterious new threat posed by future generations who sie retten wollten, und von dem einen Ort Sie hätten nie erwartet – die Erde.

Agentur: Die Gersh Agentur
Agenten: Eric Garfinkel, Danny Toth
Geschäftsführung: Bellevue Productions
Manager: John Zaozirny
Produzenten: Atlas Entertainment

29. Get Lite von Eric Gross (7 Erwähnungen)

Saunders, ein eigenwilliger Teenager aus der Bronx, ist gefangen zwischen seiner Liebe zum Litefeet-U-Bahn-Tanzen und dem Bestehen seines strengen Vaters, Ingenieur zu werden. Nachdem er sich auf eine zerlumpte Litefeet-Crew eingeschlichen hat, ist er einer elektrisierenden neuen Welt sowie einem neuen Schwarm ausgesetzt. Jetzt muss er entscheiden, wer und was er zu opfern bereit ist, um am größten Tanzwettbewerb des Jahres teilzunehmen: Kingdome.

Agentur: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agenten: David Boxerbaum, Parker Davis
Geschäftsführung: Lit Entertainment Group
Manager: Adam Kolbrenner, Kendrick Tan

29. Gute Chance von Tricia Lee (7 Erwähnungen)

Ein lebhafter Transgender-Teenager hilft einer kirchlichen, undokumentierten asiatischen Frau, der Abschiebung zu entkommen, und sie bilden eine unwahrscheinliche Freundschaft, die ihnen hilft, die Risse in ihren eigenen Familien zu heilen.

Management: Vierwärts
Manager: Jon Levin, Sean Woods
Produzenten: Janet Yang Productions, JBF Entertainment

29. Handsome Stranger von Greg Navarro (7 Erwähnungen)

Basierend auf der unglaublichen wahren Geschichte des Serienmörders Paul John Knowles und der Woche, die er mit der britischen Journalistin Sandy Fawkes inmitten eines mörderischen Amoklaufs verbracht hat.

Management: Epizentrum
Manager: Allard Cantor, Anastasiya Kukhtareva, Jarrod Murray
Produzenten: Verbundene Bilder

29. I.S.S. von Nick Shafir (7 Erwähnungen)

Zu jedem Zeitpunkt leben ungefähr sechs Astronauten auf der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS). Die Station selbst ist in zwei Segmente unterteilt, eine Hälfte russisch, eine Hälfte amerikanisch. Wenn ein Weltkrieg auf der Erde stattfindet, befinden sich Amerika und Russland auf entgegengesetzten Seiten. Als solche kontaktieren beide Nationen heimlich ihre Astronauten an Bord der ISS und geben ihnen Anweisungen, die Kontrolle über die Station mit allen erforderlichen Mitteln zu übernehmen. Die sechs Astronauten müssen sich heimlich zwischen ihren Freundschaften und ihrer Treue zu ihrem Land entscheiden.

Agentur: United Talent Agency
Agenten: Charles Ferraro, Michael Sauvage
Management: Schwerelosigkeitsmanagement
Manager: Cameron Cubbison
Finanzier: LD Entertainment
Produzenten: LD Entertainment

29. Margot von Emily Adams (7 Erwähnungen)

Annie Mills hat Margot Ellison immer als zwei Dinge bezeichnet: ihre beste Freundin und eine fromme Mormone. Aber als der Schulabschluss näher rückt und Margot sich nach Veränderung sehnt, müssen sich die Mädchen mit der Angst auseinandersetzen, dass das Erwachsenwerden das Wachstum allein erfordern könnte.

Geschäftsführung: MXN Entertainment
Manager: Tracy Kopulsky
Produzenten: Canary House Productions

29. The Peak von Arthur Hills (7 Erwähnungen)

Ein besorgter junger Chirurg reist zu einem trostlosen Gipfel, um den Berg zu besteigen, auf dem ihr Vater Jahre zuvor einen Nervenzusammenbruch erlitten hatte, nur um auf halber Höhe der Felswand zu erkennen, dass sie möglicherweise demselben Schicksal ausgesetzt sein könnte.

Agentur: WME Entertainment
Agenten: Nick Hoagland, Phillip Raskind, Perry Weitzner

29. Realität von Heather Quinn (7 Erwähnungen)

Eine Frau entdeckt plötzlich, dass nichts, von dem sie bis jetzt weiß, real ist, und sie muss die Wahrheit wiederfinden, um den Rest des Landes zu retten, der immer noch in der Lüge gefangen ist.

Management: Groß geschrieben
Manager: Courtney Conwell

29. Ruby von Kat Wood (7 Erwähnungen)

Nachdem ihr Ehemann angegriffen wurde, wird der Attentäter Ruby ins Freie gelockt, um die Verantwortlichen zu jagen, und führt sie zurück zu dem Chef, der sie um jeden Preis in der Herde halten will.

Agentur: Verve Talent And Literary Agency
Agenten: David Boxerbaum, Pamela Goldstein
Finanzier: Amazon Studios
Produzenten: 87 North

29. Blechdach von Michelle Harper verrostet (7 Erwähnungen)

Wenn zwei lebenslange beste Freunde feststellen, dass sie beide schwanger sind, versprechen sie, ihre gemeinsame Reise anzutreten. Aber unter dem ständigen Druck von Außenstehenden kämpfen die beiden inmitten persönlicher Differenzen und müssen erneut lernen, dass das, was sie als Kinder verband, immer noch ihr Klebstoff als Erwachsene sein kann.

Agentur: United Talent Agency
Agenten: Bill Zotti
Geschäftsführung: Kaplan / Perrone Entertainment
Manager: Aaron Kaplan, Sean Perrone
Finanzier: Tristar
Produzenten: Jax Media

29. War Face von Mitchell Lafortune (7 Erwähnungen)

Eine Spezialagentin der US-Armee wird zu einem abgelegenen Außenposten in Afghanistan geschickt, um Vorwürfe wegen Kriegsverbrechen zu untersuchen. Aber wenn eine Reihe mysteriöser Ereignisse ihre Mission und die geistige Gesundheit der Einheit gefährden, muss sie den Mut finden, etwas viel Unheimlicheres zu überleben.

Agentur: Agentur für darstellende Künste
Agenten: Debbie Deuble Hill, Mike Goldberg
Management: Kavallerie-Medien
Manager: Matt Delpiano, Barney Slobodin
Produzenten: Calvary Media

29. Die Frauen der Route 40 von Erin Kathleen (7 Erwähnungen)

Eine kämpfende alleinerziehende Mutter muss sich gefährlichen Kräften – und Sünden ihrer Vergangenheit – stellen, wenn ihre Welt mit der eines Serienmörders kollidiert. Inspiriert von der wahren Geschichte von Delaware's einzigem Serienmörder, dem Mörder der Route 40.

Agentur: Die Gersh Agentur
Agenten: Mark Hartogsohn, Alice Lawson, Frank Wuliger
Geschäftsführung: Jen Au Management
Manager: Jennifer Au
Produzenten: Phantom Four Films

29. Yom Kippur von Brett Melnick (7 Erwähnungen)

Nachdem sie in der Nacht von Jom Kippur hoch hinausgekommen sind, wachen drei entfernte Cousins ​​mit verwirrten Gedanken und leeren Mägen auf, als sie sich mitten in einer Entführung und einem großen Drogenring befinden.

Geschäftsführung: Grandview
Manager: Faisal Kanaan

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