Dinner With Friends

Commissioned by Overbrook Entertainment

Presenter: Danielle Demmerella

Pilot episode completed for this cookery chat show series, commissioned by Will Smith’s overbrook. Each week features a celebrity guest, pilot ep featured Will Smith. Out to network.

Twelve part unscripted factual for television.

Glue

Writers: Dean Cavanagh and Irvine Welsh

Based on the novel by Irvine Welsh

Glue is the story of four boys growing up in the Edinburgh schemes, and about the loyalties, the experiences and the secrets that hold them together into their thirties.

As we follow their lives from the 70’s into the new century – from punk to techno, from speed to Es – we can see each of them trying to struggle out from under the weight of the conditioning of class and culture, peer pressure and their parents’ hopes that maybe their sons will do better than they did. What binds the four of them is the friendship formed by the scheme, their school, and their ambition to escape from both; their loyalty fused in street morality: back up your mates, don’t hit women and, most importantly, never grass – on anyone.

Shrinks

A Lionsgate Coproduction

Writer: Christopher Bell

Three generations of quarrelling psychoanalysts reluctantly reunite to save their family business by any means necessary, a whip smart, character-driven black comedy.

A six part returnable drama for television.

This Is Not Fashion

Presenter: King Adz

Synopsis: from its black cultural origins to blazing youth identity, and today revered by the world’s illustrious fashion houses — King Adz charts how the streetwear movement brought black culture to the top of the American mainstream. Having bridged the class and racial divide for a new generation, Adz connects with both today’s biggest names and deepest thinkers — from Spike Lee to Beyoncé to bell hooks to Ta-nehisi Coates — as he explores streetwear’s bigger impact and its parallels with the civil rights movement.

A cultural and visual journey through the street style that became both collective memory and ethnographic identification — but ultimately helped unite people in their quest to create a meaningful way of being in the world.