In Post-Production

Wakefield - Adapted and directed by Robin Swicord from the short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Produced with Elliot Webb, Carl Moellenberg, and Wendy Federman. Starring Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner.  
To the Bone - Written and directed by Marti Noxon. Starring Lily Collins and Keanu Reeves.
The Sweet Life - Written by Jared Rappaport and directed by Rob Spera. Starring Chris Messina and Abigail Spencer.

In Development

Alive and Kicking - Written by Audrey Wells.
All the Ships at Sea - Written and to be directed by Victor Levin.
Box City - Written and to be directed by Marti Noxon. Co-production with Linda Goldstein Knowlton. Starring Susan Sarandon and Topher Grace.
Camden - Written by Lucas Carter and to be directed by Gary Fleder. Co-production with The Exchange.
The Cavanaughs - Written by John Morgan and Meg LeFauve. To be directed by John Morgan. Starring Felicity Huffman.  
Chloe and Peter - Written by Meg LeFauve.
Duchess - Written by Arie Posin and Nick Kazan, to be directed by Arie Posin. Starring Glenn Close.
Fortunate Sons - Written by Peter Biegen and to be directed by Eric Stoltz.
Girl in a Box - Television series written by Meg LeFauve.
The Girl She Used to Be - Adapted by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier from the novel by David Cristofano. Co-production with Mark Johson.
La Corona - Adapted from the Oscar-nominated documentary. To be directed by Rodrigo Garcia.
Last Days of Ptolemy Grey - Adapted by Monica Beletsky for HBO Films from the book by Walter Mosley. To be directed by Rodrigo Garcia. Starring Samuel L. Jackson.
My Father's Dragon - Adapted by Meg LeFauve and John Morgan from the children's books by Ruth Gannett Stiles. To be directed by Nora Twomey of Cartoon Saloon. Co-production with Parallel Films.
One Foot in Eden - Adapted by Russ Beene from the novel by Ron Rash. Co-production with David Koplan.
Soulless - Television series adapted by Ted Elliott from the book series by Gail Carriger. Co-production with MNG Films.  
Fathers and Sons - "Fathers and Sons" revolves around the intertwined tales of three families who grow up on the same street, focusing on the relationship of fathers and sons. The first section, directed by Spera, features Anthony (Whitford) and Jenny (Mathis) and traces the father-son bond that develops between Anthony and his newborn son over 30 years. The second story, helmed by Garcia, centers on the affairs of an airline pilot (Mahoney) who shares a house but not a life with his wife (Baker). He crosses paths with an unusual woman (DuVall) and spends an extraordinary night with his son (Eldard). The final chapter, with Rappaport at the helm, follows the homecoming of Elliot (Harold) to his estranged family (Barbara Barrie, Joe Bologna and Lisa Edelstein). As his father dies, Elliot meets and falls in love with a woman (Shaw) who sees past his tough-guy exterior.