Directors: MICHAEL MELSKI
Screenwriter: JOSEPH G. LECLAIR
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Avery Paul, a disgraced boxer and ex-convict, is hired to abduct a runaway from a notorious drug house and return her safely to her family. But nothing goes as planned and nothing is what it seems.
Amanda Crew and Glen Gould star in this bare-knuckle thriller about a disgraced Aboriginal boxer (Gould), now reduced to backstreet brawls for chump change. But when he’s hired to kidnap a runaway teen (Crew) from a local drug house, the two will bust open a nightmare of violence, betrayal, desperate choices and dark secrets. For a last-chance fighter who won’t stay down and a long-damaged girl who’s finally standing up, is staying alive only half the battle? Mpho Koaho (“Falling Skies”), Jennie Raymond (“Haven”) and Cindy Sampson (“Supernatural”) co-star in this hard-hitting drama about rage, revenge and redemption in a hellhole called CHARLIE ZONE.
Directors: JUANITA PETERS
Screenwriter: JOSEPH G. LECLAIR AND HANK WHITE
Produced by Hank White, Marty Williams, & Joe G. LeClair
Genre: Action, THRILLER
tick, tick, tick…..REBIRTH 8:37… …tick, tick, tick Every second is a lifetime
Synopsis- for a thriller/psychological drama
With the four pound trigger pull of a snub nose 38, Jared Peters and Sergei Radic, two teenagers from vastly different backgrounds become forever linked. From that split second as the hand of the clock hits 8:37, each of their lives veers onto a path that set the seeds of their mutual destruction when eighteen years later, Jared Peters is released from prison for the death of Sergei’s father.
Deeply regretful, Jared tries to forge ahead into a better life as an artist. On the other side of their intertwined fate, Sergei now a professor of mathematics descends into a guilt ridden abyss that erodes a life time of achievement into a revenge driven obsession.
As the story develops both men must face their sins and each other; where one man might lose his life while the other his sanity.
Directors: Juanita Peters
Screenwriter: Joseph G. LeClair and J. Hank White with trainee Katheren Ayre