We’re very excited to be working with such a talented director; his much talked about short film is a testament to his talent.
True Skin is set in the not-too-distant future where augmentation is “in”. Our story’s hero, Kay, can’t afford to augment in the U.S., so he heads to the black market of Bangkok where anything goes. While there, he gets a hold of a mysterious chip and suddenly finds himself on the run from various dangerous forces.
“Less than a week after the sci-fi short True Skin had hit the web, Warner Brothers pre-emptively swiped it off the table, picking it up for Harry Potter’s David Heyman to produce.”
Directing duo BRTHR directed Jessie Ware’s recent outing “Tough Love,” the first follow-up track to 2012′s Devotion.
There’s lots more to come from these guys.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the introduction of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle indie comic originally created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.
To retrace that journey, Paramount is releasing Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a 98-minute documentary directed by our very own Randall Lobb.
The doc is an in-depth look at a franchise that has made an estimated five billion dollars in the thirty years since two young, wannabe comic artists watching TV one-upped each other into creating one of the most popular and beloved entertainment properties in history.
The official release is scheduled four days after the Michael Bay produced reboot of the feature’s tentpole release, August 8, 2014.
You can see it now on Netflix.
Woolf + Lapin joins Jim in congratulating writer Laurie Finstad, showrunner Bruce M. Smith, creators Tracey Forbes and Calum de Hartog, producers Peter Raymont, Manny Danelon and Victoria Woods, and the entire cast and crew for making such an amazing episode.
In other news, Jim is busy working on the completely new TV series “Le Clan” with Montreal’s Casablanca.
The Radio-Canada television series written by acclaimed writer Joanne Arsenau (19-2) and produced by award-winning producers Joanne Forgues of Casablanca Films, Mark Poulain of Avenue Productions and Cécile Chevrier of Vent d’Est Productions in Moncton.
“This co-production will be one of next season’s flagship dramas on SRC and I am thrilled to be tapped for the entire series, an amazing family crime drama,” Jim says.