– Feature Narrative Fiction, 103 pages.
– Romantic Comedy.
– Sub-genre: Christmas Tale of Two Cities 🎄
– In development.

Logline: On Christmas eve, a high school dropout has three days to find his missing father and win the heart of the wealthy heiress he is blackmailing.

– Feature Narrative Fiction, 105 pages.
– Drama.
– Final Draft screenwriting contest finalist.
– Unproduced: contact for inquiries.

Logline: Unjustly accused of the accidental killing of a child by a stray bullet, a teenage skateboarder teams up with a black transgender drug lord to ferret out the real culprit; that is, before the child’s mother goes on the hunt herself.

Feedback: “Turn the Tide is like some sort of surrealistic fever dream; it tackles highly current events while being a timeless coming of age story, while also being a journey of revenge and repentance. What’s so interesting about this script is that it has the frenetic energy of a someone telling you an outrageous story while also taking the time to highlight the setting and vibe of the city around the characters. It’s reminiscent of a Harmony Korine film in the sense that it’s a funhouse mirror for a world that a lot of Americans choose to ignore”. – Blue Cat Screenplay competition feedback. 

Episodic Narrative: 12 episodes.
– Thriller, social satire.
– Pilot, treatment, and show bible available.
– Unproduced: contact for inquiries.

Logline: Drawn into a murder case at a luxury rental building with mixed-income tenants, a doorwoman is enlisted by the FBI detective in charge to navigate these complex social strata.

– Feature Narrative Fiction, 95 pages.
– Drama, social satire.
– Produced (2016).
– Released in English (2017) and French (2018).

Logline: Love, motherhood and a musical career strike dissonant chords in this dark tale of a young Russian woman who tries to keep her balance among wealthy French expats in New York.

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