In Development


Based on award winning novelist,
Kenneth Oppel’s YA novel.

2011 American Library Association Award
Best Book for Young Adults

2011 Canadian Library Association
Book of the Year for Children Award

2011 Canadian Library Association
Young Adult Book Award

Set in the 1970s, this coming-of-age story explores the bond between a teenage boy and a chimpanzee, as well as the ethical implications of animal research. Raised by the boy’s family as part of a study, the chimp quickly becomes a media sensation, but when the project loses its funding the teen must risk everything to save the animal.

Producers: Christian Taylor, Eva Orner



Based on the novella by sci-fi author Christian Cantrell.

Recovering from a personal loss, a CIA agent discovers disturbing connections between herself and a brutal international serial killer who marks his victims with a mysterious sequence of numbers.

Quinn Mitchell is a nine-to-five spy. She’s a data analyst for the CIA during the day, and a suburban wife and mother on evenings and weekends. After a series of personal struggles and professional failures, Quinn hopes to find redemption in her newest assignment: a series of bizarre assassinations where victims are found with three-digit numbers tattooed, burned, or carved into their flesh. As Quinn pursues the killer across the globe – always one body behind – their lives become entangled in ways neither of them can predict.

This novella by Christian Cantrell takes place in a world bordering on unprecedented change: as oil-based economies shift to hydrogen, the majority of wealth is redistributed across the globe; as aging nuclear arsenals are replaced with even more menacing threats, terrorists try to seize opportunities to tip the balance of power; and as humans become increasingly dependent on machines, massive indexes of information accumulate which can reveal almost anything about anyone to those who know how to use them.

THE EPOCH INDEX is a story about a world changing faster than humanity can adapt to it – a world which may require us to redefine what it means to be a hero.

Producer: Christian Taylor



Based on the award winning novel, One Fat Summer by Robert Lipsyte.

Director: Jim Loach
Writer: David Scearce (A Single Man)
Producer: Christian Taylor