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MICHAEL A. PINCKNEY

IN DEVELOPMENT . . .

LOGLINE:

A young boy calls on a higher power to affect change in his neighborhood, changing the people around him forever.

SYNOPSIS:

Meet David Alexander, a 10 year old with the world on his shoulder.  David’s father is murdered while he’s still his mother was pregnant with him. We soon find out that David is protected and possess some type of supernatural spiritual power. He sets out to change the neighborhood and the people in it. Even though his father died before he was born he still talks to his dad from time to time. His father’s old partner in crime  who turned on King Tyree is running a crew of young teenagers whom David is set on liberating along with a legion of black and brown boys and men as the end of the film culminates. 

SYNOPSIS

Featuring stand-alone dramas -- sharp, suspenseful, satirical tales that explore Hip Hop, death and their alternate realities.  --  "You're Nobody Til Somebody Kills You" The Digital Series is a Hip Hop Inspired version  "The Twilight Zone”.  Each story is stand alone and features a wide range of stories and characters and perspectives

 

DIRECTOR STATEMENT

I’ve always been a fan of TV shows like “The Twilight Zone”, “Outter Limits” and more recently “Black Mirror”.  I always wanted a chance to play in alternative worlds and "You're Nobody Til Somebody Kills You" was my chance to do it. I came up with the original concept for the feature film version of YNTSKY because I’m a big fan of Hip Hop and slasher films and I thought it would be cool to mesh the two worlds. YNTSKY the series turns the film version on its head and not just pushes the envelop but take burns the envelop with a blow torch . The world of Hip Hop and it’s absurdity and satire laden caricatures are put in a world that forces them to look engage sometimes at their own peril. Hip Hop will never be the same.

LOGLINE:

Two stone cold killers meet their maker at the manicured hands of an unlikely foe.

 

 

SYNOPSIS:

The film starts with a bang literary. Stanley crashes his partner over the head with a whiskey bottle. As visually stylish as it is graphically violent, this crime thriller is infested with killers, criminals, crooked cops and sexy women.  Some searching for vengeance, some for redemption and others for both. The story revolves around Stanley and Virgil two longtime friends and hit men. Virgil is the younger of the two and idolizes Stanley and his iconic status as a successful hit man. Stanley thinks he’s found true love when a young woman by the name Remy comes into his life. His life which was once simple becomes complicated and confusing as he’s confronted with feelings that are unfamiliar to him. The longtime partners are forced to choose sides when Dakota Grey comes into their lives changing it forever. Love can be not only painful, but also deadly.

LOGLINE:

When an undercover female officer  gets in over her head, a special all female unit is created to get her out alive.

 

 

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