Making our mark in the film and television industry.

IN BAD TASTE : TV — Adult Comedy

DEVELOPMENT

After putting an embarrassing turn on reality TV behind her, a talented young chef is suddenly forced back into the world of celebrity chefdom, face-to-face with the judge who humiliated her.

WRITTEN BY: Victoria Bata

 

PRODUCED BY: Eastend Entertainment, Maia Glikman

BROWNIE MARY : Feature — Dark Comedy, Biopic

DEVELOPMENT

Amidst the fight for medicinal marijuana, one foul-mouthed old woman stands alone as she advocates for (and illegally medicates) our country’s most dejected population…no matter the cost..

WRITTEN BY: Nate Willey

 

PRODUCED BY: Eastend Entertainment, Maia Glikman

DOMINA : Feature — Political Dystopian Thriller

DEVELOPEMENT

A mother/daughter duo challenges the incumbent president of matriarchal Domina - a city ruled by a brutal caste system that favors childbearing women - and uncovers the dark heart of a society that idolizes birth.

CREATED BY: Paige Mobley 

WRITTEN BY: Caroline Hayes

 

PRODUCED BY: Eastend Entertainment

THE RE-DO : Feature — Rom-Com

DEVELOPEMENT

When three best friends realize they're not getting the love they deserve, they make a pact to reconnect with the biggest "almosts" from their romantic pasts: a first love, an infatuation, and a friendship teetering on the verge of romance.

CREATED BY: Paige Mobley and Carroll Middelthon 

WRITTEN BY: Maggie Rose

DIRECTOR: Daniella Eisman

STARRING: Emeraude Toubia

PRODUCED BY: Eastend Entertainment, Maia Glikman

Lesbian Potential : TV — Coming-of-Age Comedy

DEVELOPEMENT

LP is based on the true story of Shelly Carmichael, a recently divorced mother of two, who dives head first into her new-found freedom as a new member of the LGBTQ+ community.  

 

CREATED BY: Paige Mobley and Carroll Middelthon

PRODUCED BY: Eastend Entertainment

BOYS WILL BE BOYS: Feature — Thriller

DEVELOPEMENT

After a sexual assault at a high school party in a small mountain town, a group of teens are forced to take sides in an ever-escalating standoff between those responsible and those trying to do the right thing.

WRITTEN BY: Susan Burke & GJ Echternkamp

DIRECTOR: GJ Echternkamp

PRODUCED BY: Maia Glikman, Eastend Entertainment

I DON'T THINK ABOUT HER ANYMORE

Series — Drama

DEVELOPEMENT

Ninth-graders Celine and Margot were best friends.  They did everything together.  Knew each other’s darkest secrets.  But everything changes one day after an unspeakable betrayal, and Celine sets out to transform herself into the most terrifying vigilante of all - The Most Popular Girl in. School.  She will wield gossip and social exile like a sword, stopping at nothing to exact revenge on the one she held so dear.

WRITTEN BY: Camille Rousseau & GJ Echternkamp 

PRODUCED BY: Maia Glikman, Eastend Entertainment

PERDITION: Feature — Sci-Fi/Romance

DEVELOPEMENT

A couple, who believes the other has died, is shocked to discover an app which connects them to each other. Perdition is a raw, lyrical, allegorical journey of what drives a couple together, what rips them apart and the struggle to reconcile love and loss.

WRITTEN BY: Amber Alexander

PRODUCED BY: Maia Glikman, Eastend Entertainment

SPINDLE COVE: Series — Regency Romance

DEVELOPEMENT

Spindle Cove, nestled in a peaceful corner of Regency Era England, has long been known as "Spinster Cove," due to its preponderance of unwed ladies of "delicate constitutions"--and that's the fictional setting for a delightful historical romance series by Tessa Dare.

CREATED BY: Tessa Dare

WRITTEN BY: Megan Metzger

PRODUCED BY: Maia Glikman, Eastend Entertainment

SLAY ANYTHING: FEATURE — Black Comedy Thriller

DEVELOPEMENT

Whip-smart college students Savannah and Mary Beth’s true crime podcast - “Slay Anything” - has gained the wrong kind of follower. A copycat killer is recreating their favorite unsolved murders, and each new victim gets closer and closer to the two of them. The intrepid podcasters must utilize all of their knowledge about serial killers to catch him… before they’re the next unsolved murder. 

DIRECTOR: Brea Grant ​

WRITTEN BY: Brian C. Baer

STORY BY: GJ Echternkamp

PRODUCED BY: Maia Glikman, Eastend Entertainment, Showdown Productions

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Teddy Oitzman