Based on the best-selling novel by JD Vance about growing up in the Rust Belt with Appalachian roots. Directed by Ron Howard, starring Glenn Close and Amy Adams. Produced by Imagine Entertainment and Netflix. In production.
Directed by Thea Sharrock for Disney Pictures. Starring Bryan Cranston, Sam Rockwell, Angelina Jolie, Danny DeVito, Hellen Mirren, Ramon Rodriguez and Arianna Greenblatt. A Live Action / CG hybrid film based on the Newbury Award winning novel by Katherine Applegate. To be released in 2020. Images available by request only.
Written and Directed by Charlie Kaufman, based on the novel by Iain Reid. Starring Toni Collette, David Thewlis, Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons. Produced by Likely Story Pictures and Netflix. Images available by request only.
Directed by Josh Boone, produced by Simon Kinberg and Karen Rosenfelt. Twentieth Century Fox. Release date: Summer, 2019. Images available by request only.
Based on the best-selling novel by John Green, about two teens with cancer, Hazel Grace (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort) who meet in a Cancer Support Group and fall in Love. Directed by Josh Boone, written by Michael Weber and Scott Neustadter, and produced by Temple Hill Entertainment with Fox 2000.
Written and directed by Charlie Kaufman. Goodman Hesselman (John Hawkes), the long-running host of a science show called "How and Why" is replaced by a younger, shinier version of himself. He moves on to a new studio run by Shane Mendelson (Michael Cera). When Goodman moves to a new town with his wife Yvonne (Sally Hawkins) and three identical sons, He begins to realize that things are not quite as they should be...
Written and directed by highly acclaimed Norwegian Director Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31 and Reprise) this film, his first in English, is an intimate family drama in which a father (Gabriel Byrne) and two sons, (Jesse Eisenberg and Devin Druid) are forced to confront the emotional wreckage left by the death of their journalist wife and mother (Isabella Huppert). Seen at Cannes, Toronto and winner of the Bronze Horse at the Stockholm film festival, the film also received four Amanda awards.
A short film written by Neil Gaiman, directed by Georgina Chapman, and produced by Ron Howard, Julie Rapaport, and Harvey Weinstein. A story about a small boy and girl with magical flying abilities which they are forbidden to use. The two are separated, and miraculously find eachother again, late in life.
Directed by Amy Berg, produced by Frances McDormand and Likely Story Pictures. Based on the novel by Laura Lippman, the story of a detective's (Elizabeth Banks) attempt to unravel a mystery surrounding two young women played by Dakota Fanning and Danielle Macdonald, who have just been released from prison for the murder of a baby ten years earlier.