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Estrada directed “Summertime” from a script written by 27 Get Lit poets, who also star in the film, and playwright Dave Harris. “Summertime” is the second film from Estrada after the critically acclaimed “Blindspotting.” In addition to producing, Los Angeles Media Fund fully financed “Summertime.” UTA Independent Film Group packaged and sold the domestic rights to the film.

Listed below are the Finalists of the 2020 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship. These exceptional screenplays represent the top 1.6% of almost 3,000 submissions. Congratulations to the writers who have made it this far and thanks to all for submitting! Stay tuned for future announcements here and on our Twitter and Facebook pages within the next few weeks! And if you’d like to receive a

By Amanda N'Duka Treehouse Pictures has set in motion what it’s describing as a diverse remake of 1991 coming-of-age comedy, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, which is being written by Chuck Hayward with Bille Woodruff attached to direct. Hayward’s take is a present-day retelling centered on a black family. Treehouse’s Justin Nappi and Juliet Berman are producing along with Oren Segal. Executive producers

By Jerry Smith It’s always a great feeling to watch a film that does its own thing and stands confidently on its own. The supernatural subgenre of horror can be a lot of the same from the time to time, so when a film like Harold Hölscher’s The Soul Collector arrives, it’s like a breath of fresh air, to experience