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March 31, 2011

An orphaned school girl befriends a tornado. The rotating column of air is not well-liked in the community, and the girl must keep their friendship secret, but she

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March 31, 2011

A drunk, a clown and a woman get trapped in a hexagonal prism in the future. In order to get out they must

“Innocence Denied”

August 7, 2010

A girl in a wheelchair is caught shoplifting safety pins. When the cops are called she tricks them into believing she is not who she says she is.

“The Crack-Up”

August 7, 2010

A hardened drug dealer is woken up in a playground by a ten year old girl. He has severe amnesia. The girl takes advantage of this by pretending she is his mother and taking him home. He is none the wiser, until a rival drug gang recognises him at soccer practice and tries to kill him. The girl protects him only to realise that she loves him like a real son. The following day the adoption is formalised at city hall.

“The Salary Sleepover”

August 7, 2010

A group of international businessmen go on a business trip hoping to secure a big contract for their company. On the course of their journey, one of them falls in love, one of them gets sick, and one of them finds out who he really is.  There is lots of laughter and tears, and while the businessmen are searching for a way to make more money,  what they find is the true meaning of friendship.

“Constable Cuts Loose”

August 7, 2010

After 30 years with the force, a retired homicide detective goes to a waterslide park to unwind.

(Details yet to be worked out. Possible development: he meets a group of happy-go-lucky multi-racial teens who show him that it’s not age that makes you young.)

“A Newcastle Tail”

June 9, 2010

In this heartwarming blockbuster based on true events, a runaway border collie is on the loose in downtown Newcastle. A single mum with a heart of gold named Jennie Herbertson (played by Drew Barrymore) resolves to catch the lost pet and find its owner. In order to succeed on her mission, she learns that nothing great can be achieved alone. She recruits the help of the local boozehounds, along with the CBD bus-stop crowd, to assist in capturing the feisty pup.

What Jennie doesn’t realise is that the boozehounds have a long-standing feud with the bus-stop crowd over some jewels that mysteriously went missing from the Civic park toilets during the Great Depression. When Jennie is out of earshot the two rival gangs hurl abuse and threats at each other!

But when the heedless puppy reappears down an alley with its head cocked to one side and a fish skeleton stuck in its fur, everyone’s heart melts and the boozehounds and the bus-stop crowd join together in a group hug. Jennie grabs the sheepish pup by the collar and smiles as she ruffles its fur, wondering what other newcastle pets might be in need of her help.

“Island of Lost Lols”

April 26, 2010

A police officer is at sea with a dog and a cat. Their vessel is sinking, when it runs aground on a reef near Tahiti. They must figure out what to do, but it proves difficult: The dog hates the cat, the cat hates the cop, and the cop hates the dog. Things get ugly (and hilarious!), until an unlikely mediator, played by U2’s Bono, steps in.

Featuring Wesley Snipes as the police officer, Will Ferrell as the dog, and Hugh Grant as the cat.

“The comedy of the year!” –  NY Times

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April 26, 2010

A group of multiracial children are watching the movie “Cocoon”. The little pakistani girl is frightened.

“The Sleepy Sergeant”

April 26, 2010

A cop with a mean streak falls asleep for seven years. Upon waking he finds out who his real friends are. Realising the value of each precious moment, he proposes to his girlfriend the very next day. She says no. (She lost interest in his 3rd year of slumber.)