ROI vs. RoEX
Content goers reshape cinema arts, movie theater, global streaming contest and entertainment landscape during post-pandemic and endemic.
Moving beyond ROI
Traditional return on investment (ROI) metrics are no longer sufficient on their own to determine a company’s success. Shareholder value requires laser focus on how well a company is meeting higher expectations around the customer experience when evaluating whether that company’s value proposition, capabilities, and portfolio of products and services will create a ripple effect and an engagement experience.
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Heartwarming and Family-Oriented.
A Pre-School Animation Series featuring an iconic catalogue of music from the 60s and 70s.
We have attached Mark Baldo as director/ writer and Charlene Kelly as producer/ writer, to engage their service in incorporat
ing the present vision of the project into an episodic breakdown for the series format in preparation for the steps outlined.
$250,000 per unit to purchase for pre-production.
Total 48 units to purchase.
Genre: Horror, Live Action Feature
Director: James Mills
Writer/Screenwriter: Nick Reiber
Production: Yr. 24' - 25'
Canada Tax Incentive
Current status: In developing storyboarding and waiting for director to be on board
What to look at:
Billie Black is a thrill ride of a ghost story about love, grief, and learning to let go, all told from the perspective of a character literally haunted by her past. At its core, it’s a horror movie with a heart.
A medium who is haunted by the spirit of her dead husband must use her paranormal gifts to expel a violent entity that has suddenly taken his place.
Billie Black has seen horrifying visions of ghosts since childhood — a gift that has felt more like an isolating curse growing up. Now as an adult, she pays her bills by using her paranormal abilities to rid haunted houses of their unwanted guests. Her few remaining friends wish she would give up her dangerous profession, including the ghost of her dearly departed husband, who has been haunting her since his death. When Billie’s usual source of lucrative hauntings dries up, she is forced to venture into the seedier corners of the paranormal. There, Billie will uncover new evils that will threaten not only her life, but her beloved husband’s soul.
$250,000 per unit to purchase for pre-production.
Total 12 units to purchase.
A young woman wakes up in a strange place, not having any idea who she is, where she is, or how she got there. Checking into a local hotel, she quickly discovers that she has multiple map coordinates tattooed on her back. She receives a phone call pointing her toward a local cartographer. He creates a map out of the coordinates and the chase is on. Thinking she’s a jewel thief in league with a band of killer thieves, over time she comes to realize she’s a South Korean government operative who volunteered to have her memory altered to infiltrate the gang, work under deep cover and pursue what turns out to be a key to saving the world from damnation.
$250,000 - $500,000
to raise for Pilot Development
Unit Purchase $250,000 (Total 20 Units)
Jonathan Lattis a professional writer and consultant. He has extensive experience working in television, film, and video games. He consults on and writes mainly in the realm of science fiction, hard boiled thrillers, and fantasy.His pulp cult novel The Geek has garnered significant four and five star reviews and is currently being pitched as a television series. Jonathan is presently writing two follow up novels and continues to consult on various media projects
Arthur Anderson began his film career while attending the University of South Carolina. After graduating, Arthur began working on feature films in New York. He became a member of the Directors Guild of America, moved to Los Angeles and worked on numerous television shows and feature films as an Assistant Director.In 1996 he joined John Woo as his 1st Assistant Director on ‘Face Off.’
On ‘Mission Impossible II’,Action Writing was added to his duties. Since 2000, Arthur has also been a Co-Producer and Action Writer for Woo on ‘Windtalkers’, BMW Films ‘The Hostage’ and ‘Paycheck’. In addition, Arthur has also served as a 2nd Unit Director on several of the above films as well as on Woo’s Fox TV Pilot, ‘Lost in Space’.Arthur Co-Produced ‘Mission Impossible III’ for Paramount Pictures.
He also Directed the EastCoast 2nd Unit of the film. Arthur also Directed the 2nd Unit on the Starship Kelvin on the feature film, ‘Star Trek’. In the “New Media” frontier, Arthur Executive Produced and Directed a successful webisodeseries for GO TV Networks entitled ‘Being Bailey’.
This was the first made-for-mobile and broadband scripted teen drama distributed across AT&T, Alltel and Sprint. He also directed the successful web series for ABC Family: "Pretty Dirty Secrets." Arthur also directed on the popular series "Pretty Little Liars." And most recently he's been working on a tv series with Colin Farrell
Christopher May is an accomplished producer and proud member of the Producers Guild of America. Currently he’s hard at work, prepping four exciting TV drama series with A-List Showrunners: Ira Behr (OUTLANDER, THE 4400, STAR TREK), David Simkins (WU ASSASSINS, HUMAN TARGET, GRIMM), Zack Stentz (MARVEL’S THOR, TERMINATOR: SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES, FRINGE) and Deric Hughes (QUANTUM LEAP, ARROW).
He is also working with writers from the feature world including William Wisher (TERMINATOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY, JUDGE DREDD, EXORCIST: THE BEGINNING) and Cliff Hollingsworth (CINDERELLA MAN). Additionally, Christopher has been working with The Walt Disney Company over the past several years with Business Affairs and Legal, Development, Current and Production to acquire and bridge the gap between showrunners, producers, writing staff, production staff and performers for television series and motion pictures.
In his recent endeavors, Christopher successfully helmed the production of three original branded content digital series. These included CRESCENT HEIGHTS for Tide, MUST HAVE for beinggirl.com, and BEING BAILEY, featuring partnerships with Covergirl, Tampax and Always -- all of which operated under the umbrella of Procter & Gamble. It’s worth noting that MUST HAVE received the prestigious Cine Golden Eagle Award.
Christopher served as Vice President of Television at Jason Alexander’s AngelArk Productions, where he played a pivotal role in the development of BOB PATTERSON for ABC. Prior to this, he held the position of Director of Development at PAX-TV, where he contributed to the creation of popular shows like LITTLE WOMEN, DOC and MYSTERIOUS WAYS.
His expertise also shone through as an executive on FLIPPER, overseeing 44 episodes. Before joining PAX-TV, Christopher spent six productive years at CBS and CBS Productions, actively involved in development and current programming. Some of the notable series under his purview included EARLY EDITION, WALKER, TEXAS RANGER, DR QUINN MEDICINE WOMAN, TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL, CAROLINE IN THE CITY, and DAVE’S WORLD.
Prior to his time at CBS, he gained valuable experience during a year at Tri-Star Television and embarked on his career journey at Don Mischer Productions.
Christopher currently resides in Los Angeles and holds a B.A. in English from Boston College.
Katrina Nahikian is an independent development producer with breadth and depth of knowledge in many areas of production – from development to post. Her career in development officially began with veteran Bonnie Bruckheimer at Bette Midler’s All Girl Productions, then housed at The Walt Disney Studios.
Since then Katrina has spent her fair share of time in development at major studios. As Vice President of Development for Doug Schwartz’s company at Fox TV she oversaw BAYWATCH, the subsequent BAYWATCH movies, and their development slate for television and independent films. She and Schwartz made their way to Fox TV via Lionsgate where she developed a slate of supernatural 2-hour MOWs, and the action-adventure series Sheena, with Chairman of Television, Kevin Beggs and VP of Development, Joanna Klein. She also spent a year at Oxygen Studios when they launched.
Katrina was a producer and development executive for Omelet, a branded entertainment company where she worked with Microsoft, HBO Game of Thrones and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on commercials and web videos. Prior to that she spent six years at Team One Advertising, the luxury division of Saatchi & Saatchi, producing for Lexus, Ritz Carlton, Northern Trust, and Heal the Bay. During that time, she and co-founder, Christopher May, of Bullet Heart Inc., sold two TV projects to Nickelodeon: A TWIST OF KATE and BAKERS DOZEN.
Katrina was also an Executive Producer & Content Development Executive at FIN Studios, a division of Zambezi Advertising in Culver City, CA where she produced broadcast commercials and branded entertainment for AT&T,
Netflix, USGA, Ultimate Software, Venmo, Paypal, TaylorMade Golf, Cox Automotive – Kelley Bluebook & Autotrader, Adidas, Hubert’s, Ashworth, Vitaminwater, The Honest Company, Samsung, The Venetian, Nike, Zynga and Veev Vodka. Zambezi was named to the Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2018 list of 100 Largest Women-Owned Businesses in LA County.
Katrina is an independent producer whose clients include the groundbreaking interactive production company dj2 Entertainment. She’s currently pitching a franchise IP feature with A-List Showrunner, Zack Stentz. Katrina specializes in television, film, and digital media.
Genre: Rom Com Holiday
Writer: Joe Vitale and Baboon Animation
Canada Tax Incentive
Current status: In developing Screenplay in development
Production Budget: $1.5 to $2 million
What to look at:
Were Bigfoot tracks only observed during Christmas time?
Sweet and quirky Olivia Locke runs a B&B – but it's about to go out of business. Desperate to save it, she sees a story on the news about people flocking to a town that had a Bigfoot sighting – and she gets an idea.
Soon the town is swarming with tourists and Bigfoot hunters who stay at her B&B – including a rustic, soft-spoken and effortlessly sexy Bigfoot Hunter named Rex Brigman. Olivia and Rex get closer as he invites her on a nighttime Bigfoot hunt where he tells her he'll only be in town as long as Bigfoot is. Desperate to keep Rex around, Olivia keeps up the ruse as she continues to create fake evidence of Bigfoot – even wearing a gorilla costume as she wanders through the woods. But it all comes crashing down when Rex discovers the ruse and feels betrayed. Can Olivia save this budding relationship, or will Bigfoot stomp on her heart?
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