"The Brasco Files" is an all-new set of action-packed adventures inspired by FBI Special Agent Joseph D. Pistone who is better known as the real-life "Donnie Brasco". In 1980's Brooklyn, Pistone spent nearly six hair-tigger years undercover in the Bonnano crime family. These new adventures follow real events as they explore what happened next.
TBA - In packaging
Created and Developed in association with Aventine Hill Films
Part of director Ric Burns' American Experience Series for PBS, "The Pilgrims" starring Julian Eifer, Michael Elwyn, Roger Rees and narrated by Oliver Platt, recounts the 1620 founding and harsh early years of the Plymouth Colony in what was the 17th century New World. Based in part on surviving letters and writing, it includes the real story of the "First Thanksgiving".
2015 - PBS
Line Produced for Steeplechase Films
"The Central Park Five" tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City’s Central Park in 1989. The film chronicles The Central Park Jogger case, for the first time from the perspective of these five teenagers whose lives were upended by this miscarriage of justice.
2012 - PBS
Line Produced for Florentine Films
The gripping WWII tale "29 Days" follows the parallel paths of Warsaw lawyer Zorach Warhaftig and Japanese diplomat and spy Chiune Sugihara. With the newly erupted war creating a refugee crisis that would lead to the Holocaust, both men risked death and arrest, resorting to deadly games of espionage and diversion in desperate hope of averting a tragic humanitarian disaster.
In association with Aventine Hill Films and E&E Entertainment
Not long after a bloody First World War, how is it possible that a brutal totalitarian regime could again rise to plunge the world into a second and far more deadly war, one that would kill 50 million more? The series tells the explosive, cautionary tale of German industrialist Fritz Thyssen and his tragic entanglement with a barely known paramilitary activist; Adolph Hitler.
In association with Aventine Hill Films
From the soft spoken thug in North By
Northwest to Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood,
Martin Landau’s performances and career achievements are as spectacular and unique as the history of movies and television. Here in his own words and in those of his illustrious friends, learn how Martin Landau's amazing life adventure embodies the very story of Hollywood.