PHOENIX (2015)

 

Director:  Amy Redford

Screenwriter:  Scott Organ

 

PHOENIX is a romantic comedy recounting the unexpected relationship between two love-averse New Yorkers. LEE JAMES (40) is a semi-reclusive architectural model-builder, reluctant to love after the death of his wife in a car accident. SUE GILLESPIE (34), a travelling nurse, clings to her nomadic lifestyle as a way to avoid the inevitable disappointment of unsuccessful relationships. These two strangers cross paths during the lightning round of trivia night at a dive bar in Brooklyn – they hit it off and unexpectedly go home together. Sue sneaks out in the morning, and Lee is disappointed not to hear from her again. From what he remembers, it was the best time he’s had in a while…

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

 

Director:  Amy Redford

Screenwriter:  Kevin Bernhardt

 

Apple pie, Fourth of July picnics and high school baseball games fill up the summers in PICHER, OKLAHOMA. Life moves slowly in the lead mining town. Family, a hard day’s work and doing the right thing – are the way it is and has been since anyone can remember.

 

People here love their simple small town existence, built on the foundation that what’s good for them is good for AMERICA. They believe in the rights and priveleges of this great country, and have every right to – supplying the lead for most of the bullets used in both World Wars. So while the world around them moves at an astonishing pace, folks in Picher know their priorities. 

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SONGBIRD

 

Director:  Amy Redford

Screenwriter:  Kathryn Sheard

 

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CLAUDE AND THE BIRTHDAY CAKE

 

Director:  Amy Redford

Screenwriter:  Kathryn Sheard

 

Haiti, 1963.  We meet eight year old Jude, who has learned from the mercenary world that surrounds her, as she charges “admission” to watch "Little House on the Prairie" on the TV her mother has sent back from America. Later, her cousin Nadie comes to accompany her on the bus from the capital city of Port Au Prince to the village of Croix Des Bouquets where their grandparents live.

CHARLIE PARKHURTS

 

Director:  Amy Redford

Screenwriter:  Pamela Rosenberg

Producers: Karen Covell & Pamela Rosenberg & Henrick Meyer

 

Driven by a passion for freedom and adventure, CHARLEY PARKHURST arrives to California, a new state in the midst of extraordinary and at times, brutal transformation. Harboring a secret that could mean life or death, CHARLEY becomes one of the West’s greatest iconic and infamous stagecoach drivers.  Inspired by the true story, CHARLEY PARKHURST tells of the mythos and mystique of the classic Western from a unique perspective while spinning a very contemporary story about people and their choices - choices imposed and those made in order to survive.

 

 

 

EL AMERICANO

 

Director: Amy Redford

Writer: Kevin Bernhardt

Producers: Humberto Arechiga & Herb G. Dogan III

 

Summary:

A handsome American by the name of Sunday travels to Mexico looking to avenge his father's death. While he's doing so, he becomes an extremely popular bullfighter who fights to destroy the evil bull breeder, Valencia, who wronged his father. Sunday peacefully exacts his revenge while falling in love with the bull breeder's daughter, Veronica. Written By Humberto Arechiga

 

 

 

BEDLMAN - TV

 

Director: Amy Redford

Writer: Kevin Bernhardt

Producers: Humberto Arechiga & Herb G. Dogan III

 

Summary:

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DICK - TV

 

Director: Amy Redford

Writer: Kevin Bernhardt

Producers: Humberto Arechiga & Herb G. Dogan III

 

Summary:

Coming Soon

ROYAL HOTEL - WEB

 

Creators: Amy Redford & Deirdre Lewis                                               Writers: Amy Redford, Deirdre Lewis & Various Guest Writers

 

Summary:

Each episode will begin in a classic lobby, late at night, with a deadpan bellhop delivering a silver platter of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

 

What follows is determined by an ever changing combination of different characters, scenarios and comedy styles.

 

Inspired by the basic rules of improvisation, we provide a consistent structure and premise and the rest is up to the well-known actors, directors, and writers that we invite to participate.