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White Bone, (supernatural horror) feature film
Logline: A young African American woman is terrorized by a monster that can only be seen if you’re Black, and must find a way to fight back. Developed with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
The Monstrosity (supernatural/horror) feature film
Logline: When bullying by her peers spirals out of control, a troubled Black teen with supernatural abilities conjures a dangerous entity and must find a way to halt its reign of terror before it destroys the town. [OPTIONED]
Blood 4 Blood, (thriller) feature film
Logline: When her son becomes the victim of police brutality, a former marine takes justice into her own hands.
Developed with the participation of Telefilm Canada
The Uninvited Guest, (thriller) feature film
Logline: Returning to the small town where he grew up as a child, a Black man experiences a growing sense of dread and finds himself trapped in an indifferent world where every road leads to his inescapable death at the hands of police. (Based on my multi-award winning short “An Uninvited Guest.”)
*Crooked, (drama) feature film
Logline: A witty ten-year-old gets a summer job at a shady business and struggles between right and wrong.
*Nicholl Fellowship Quarterfinalist
Death Stare, (supernatural) feature film
Logline: On her sixteenth birthday, Khadeja Brown learns two things that change her life forever: one, she can inflict death by the power of her malevolent gaze and two, she’s part of an ancient order sworn to battle evil forces or whatever.
Invader, (sci-fi) feature film
Logline: An ex-soldier with otherworldly powers must go back in the line of fire to save New York City from alien attack.
Relationship Material, (romantic comedy) feature film
Logline: A self-absorbed filmmaker must overcome his fear of commitment or risk losing the love of his life.