FEATURED PROJECTS

The Highschoolers Guide To College Parties

Category – Feature
Genre – Adolescent Comedy
Status – Post Production
Director – Patrick Johnson
Screenwriter – Patrick Johnson / Natalie Dickinson
Executive Producer – Patrick Johnson
Associate - Producer – 410 Garfield Films
Website –
Hold it Now Films



Synopsis: If you thought planning your future was tough, try planning a college party! The film centers on a high-school senior named Shaquille (a small white kid with a big name). Shaq is tired of being lumped into the category of the geeks, misfits, and outcasts. It’s time to make a change, and he thinks that getting into the right college with the right people is the answer. His cousin Brett is his best chance at getting into the school and social circle of his dreams– Brett, a total tool, is on the scholarship committee for the university and is highly connected to a particular celeb alum sponsor. Shaq believes he can get on Brett’s good side by throwing a kickass college party and consequently get a strong reference to the alum sponsor. Sounds easy enough, right? Yeah… Right!




Glitch

Category – Feature
Genre – Sci-Fi, Action Thriller
Status – Pre-Short Teaser in Production
Director – Patrick Johnson
Screenwriter – Patrick Johnson
Executive Producer – Patrick Johnson
Co-Producer – Jim Blumetti
Trailer – Glitch




Synopsis: "In 2041 refugees from another dimension pour into our world. They seek only to escape the horrors of their decaying habitat. In the beginning they are met with indifference and relegated to the bowels of society. Soon this tolerance is replaced by suspicion and mistrust. As their numbers increase - taking more jobs and bringing deadly insects, warp rats and new forms of disease, an overall feeling of anxiety fuels the indigenous population of Earth. Refugees are regulated by The System, which controls their numbers. However, managing the ever growing porthole jumpers proves impossible. Private mercenaries are brought in to keep the numbers down. But things get complicated for two of these bounty hunters as they are asked to take a job that calls into question their very humanity. How they choose is perhaps the moral of the story for us all. "




Pangaea’s Dream

Category – Feature
Genre – Sci-Fi, Action Thriller
Status – Short Teaser in Production
Director – Jim Blumetti
Screenwriter – Jim Blumetti
Executive Producer – Jim Blumetti
Ancillary – Graphic Comic in Development
Ancillary – Video Game in Development
Website –
Pangaea’s Dream


Synopsis: The year is just a handful from now. Secret factions seek an unthinkable new weapon. Two women, once enemies now allies, may be the last chance to extinguish its power and decide the fate of the world.




The Key

Category – Short
Genre – Family, Magical Realism
Status – Now Screening & In Development as Full Length Feature
Director – Jim Blumetti
Executive Producer – Jim Blumetti
Story by - Gabrielle Blumetti (13 years old)
Website –
TheMovieTheKey.com


         


Synopsis: "Some keys open doors… others can open your heart." – The KEY is an inspirational, family friendly short film that takes you on an journey of discovery with young, Alex Clayton. It deals with her failing strength of faith, family and God. Alex must find value and a purpose for her life when no one else seems to care. At her weakest moment, she is confronted by a mystery and quickly solicits the help of her best and only friend, Derek Otis. The two turn the small town of Harmony upside down in their search for answers. They soon find themselves on the wrong side of the law on their convoluted trial in their search for clues that takes them only deeper as they go. Exhausted and at wits end, Alex must give in and let go of everything, only to find she may have never been alone or loved so much than right now.




Kissed by the Devil

Category – Short Film
Genre – Drama, Thriller
Status – Festival Circuit
Director – M. Legend Brown
Screenwriter – M. Legend Brown
Associate Producer – Jim Blumetti
Website – KissedbytheDevil.com




Synopsis: "Oakland Hill is an established radio personality with a blossoming career. But her life is far from storybook. She spends most of her time caring for her mentally ill brother Michael, who witnessed an unimaginable act in his early childhood. Now, on the brink of another devastating moment, Oakland, her brother and their father, must come to terms with the truth."




The Fifth

Category – Feature
Genre – Drama, Thriller
Status – Complete – Seeking Distribution
Director – Brad Eggerton
Screenwriter – Brad Eggerton
Associate Producer – Jim Blumetti




Synopsis: “How do you plead?” – The Fifth' is a film telling the story of small Texas town sheriff, Tom Maycomb that gets caught up in a case that is unlike any other he has ever been assigned. Along with the help of his partner, Deputy Will Tinsley, Tom Maycomb has to balance his family, duty to the city, health concerns, and solve these recent brutal murders before the killer gets away and the wrong man is sentenced to death. But will anyone believe him?




Arthur, Autumn & a Violin

Category – Short
Genre – Family, Drama
Status – Complete - Film Festival Circuit
Director – M. Legend Brown
Screenwriter – M. Legend Brown
Producer – Jim Blumetti




Synopsis: “Some pains run deep.” - Arthur, Autumn & A Violin is a heart-warming story that takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. John Arthur Lewis, a once prominent novelist, abandons society after his wife’s death. Arthur’s grief drives him to live in a cardboard box. His daughter, Dallas, tries to rekindle their shaky relationship which only drives him farther away. Arthur’s life takes an unexpected twist when he is befriended by a 13 year old, mute child, Autumn Wilcox. Arthur teaches Autumn to play the violin to help her control her pain and anger. And in turn, she reminds him how to love again. Their journey not only heals them both, but the people they love.





Why Do I Look My Father

Category – Short
Genre – Family, Drama
Status - Complete – Film Festival Circuit
Director – M. Legend Brown
Screenwriter – M. Legend Brown
Executive Producer – Jim Blumetti





Synopsis: “A Father’s shame, a mother’s love… a son’s revenge.” – Raymond Blackwell JR is an establish author, who decides to take on his biggest demon, his own story. But, the memories of his abusive father are too much for him to bear. He exiles himself from his family in hopes of not unleashing the Jekyll buried inside.


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