Mood Reels & Lookbooks
The Uncommon Life of
Failing financially and socially, James Bacall takes a job with a devious inventor, who implants a chip in his brain that gives him instant access to everything – all knowledge - everywhere on the internet - but the invention proves to be a straight line to his own, personal hell.
Inspired by Sunset Blvd. and the Faustus tale.
Not Quite Dark
A DEA Agent returns to his hometown where a childhood friend and now a drug lord he arrested crosses the Mexican border to settle the score, no one will help him.
A desert noir as an homage to High Noon, inspired by true events. Click for Lookbook
Chicken in a Can
A man recalls his happy 17th Atlantic City summer surrounded by a collection of eccentric, hard drinking, 65-year-old ladies while he muddles through his current, grim life …a comedy noir. Click for Lookbook
The Trouble with Midnight
Everyone wants the same thing; everyone is deceiving each other. Female lead, film noir. Click for Lookbook
Body and Soul
The tragic life of Mary Nolan, silent film star. Click for Lookbook
A 1938 San Francisco night club owner makes a six-day flight across the Pacific to Hong Kong aboard the elegant China Clipper flying boat to rescue his kidnapped lover.
End of the Line
Broken by the sudden death of his fiancé, a man reunites with his ex-wife at a reunion in Las Vegas where he tries to recapture the single best moment of his life - a moment he shared with his ex decades earlier. Buddy noir.
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5 Hour Friends
Golden Globe nominee, Tom Sizemore plays a middle-aged golfer and a lifelong lothario finally gets a taste of his own medicine when he meets a confident but needy female lawyer who turns tables.
A social satire and an homage to Dumb and Dumber...
Two broke guys, seeking riches and girl friends concoct a scheme to get beautiful woman to pay to enter their online selfie contest offering a modest $1,000 prize.
With success comes stupidity - the prize jumps to $35,000; then explodes to $1,000,000 in a Ponzi like scheme and in a desperate attempt to attract ever more selfie entry fees to cover their deepening debt and soaring purchases of cars… furs… clothes… and over the top selfie parties . . .
Ron Jackson: Screenwriter, Producer, Director and Publisher
Publisher, writer, author and script writer, Ron is a graduate of American University in Washington, DC. Ron has worked his entire professional life writing and publishing.
Author of many nationally published magazine articles and the book, China Clipper, which was published in the United States and Japan.
He was Marketing Manager for Impact Publishing and Vice President of Marketing at Target Publishing distributor of important investment publications.
In 1991, he opened his own financial publishing company and has continued to publish a variety of financial newsletters continuously. He has grown his publishing business from a shoe-string start-up to a multi-million dollar publishing company that has published profitably for 22 consecutive years.
He wrote and produced 5 Hour Friends which was distributed by Gravitas Ventures and Paramount Pictures. He also wrote, produced and directed $elfie Shootout, distributed by Gravitas Ventures.
Wayne Jackson: Producer, Story Editor
Wayne is a marketing and business professional with more than 30 years experience in marketing communications, advertising and publishing.
Also a graduate of American University, he studied under Academy Award winning screenwriter Larry McMurtry while attending AU.
Early in his career, he worked in the The Washington Post newsroom during the Watergate era. He resides outside of Washington, DC, where he co-produced 5 Hour Friends and $elfie Shootout.
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