Decoding Annie Parker
Director: Stephen Bernstein
Screenwriters: Michael Moss, Stephen Bernstein, Adam Bernstein
Producers: Clark Peterson, Stephen Bernstein, Keith Kjarval, Johnathan Brownlee
Cast: Helen Hunt, Samantha Morton, Aaron Paul, Rashida Jones, Alice Eve, Maggie Grace, Ben McKenzie,Corey Stoll, Bradley Whitford, Richard Schiff
Based on true events, Decoding Annie Parker is the touching story of two remarkable women and their battle against, breast cancer. Decoding Annie Parker follows the incredible, irreverent and heartwarming story of how the paths of cancer survivor Annie Parker and geneticist Mary-Claire King intersect. With grace and humor the film chronicles how these remarkable women work to make one of the most important genetic discoveries of the 20th century.
World Premiere - March 2013, Theatrical Domestic - May 2014, Theatrical Foreign - June 2014
Director: Jeff Barry
Screenwriter: Gene Gallerano
Produced by: Johnathan Brownlee, Gallerano Gallerano, Jeff Barry
Executive Producer : Johnathan Brownlee
Cast: Gallerano Gallerano, Janine Turner, Lorelei Linklater, Peri Gilpin, Cappy Elvir
'Beau Baker, a washed out 'Occupy, Wall Street' protester, is woken up on the streets of NYC with news that his parents died and that he must return home to Texas where his parents have left him in charge of his two teenage sisters and their estate. This sets Beau off on a journey to search for and find the strength to reunite with his sisters, his past and himself.
World Premiere - April 2016
Directors: Ciara Edwards Daniel Esquivel-Martinez Curtis Patterson Leilany Reyes
Screenwriters: Ciara Edwards Daniel Esquivel-Martinez Curtis Patterson Leilany Reyes
Producer: Johnathan Brownlee, John Matthews, Ken Topolski
A young boy and his mother relocate to a large loft complex in downtown Dallas. This repurposed Sears Distribution building has over a million square feet of space for him to explore.
Feeling alone and isolated, he is befriended by a girl who helps him to explore the space they share and realize that change is good.
But there is something mysterious about his new friend and the way that she sees the world.
World Premiere - October 2012
Three Days in August
Director: Johnathan Brownlee
Screenwriters: Chad Berry, David Langlinais, Johnathan Brownlee
Produced by: Johnathan Brownlee, Adam Donaghey
Executive Producers: Shannon Kincaid, Allen Stringer, David Kiger, Greg Edgar
Cast: Barry Bostwick, Mariette Hartley, Meg Foster, Mollie Milligan, Ed Hyland, Cal Bartlett, Colton Tapp
An adopted Irish American artist confronts her past when both sets of parents come together over a weekend for her to paint a family portrait.
Theatrical Release - USA December 2016
World Premiere - Dallas International Film Festival April 2016
International Premiere - Montreal World Film Festival September 2016
West Coast Premiere - LA Costa Film Festival (Opening Film)
Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich
Directors: Sonny Laguna, Tommy Wiklund
Screenwriter: Craig Zahler
Producers: Dallas Sonnier, Jack Heller, Amanda Presmyk, David Liljeblad, Johnathan Brownlee, Rick Prince, Charles Band, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Adam Donaghey
Cast: Thomas Lennon, Jenny Pellicer, Udo Kier, Nelson Franklin, Charlyne Yi, Michael Paré, Barbara Crampton, Alex Beh
Edgar, recently divorced, returns to his childhood home to regroup. When he finds a nefarious looking puppet in his deceased brother's room, he decides to sell the doll for some quick cash. Girl-next-door Ashley and pal Markowitz join Edgar on a road trip to an auction celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Toulon Murders. All hell breaks loose when a strange force animates the puppets at the convention, setting them on a bloody killing spree.
Theatrical Release - 2018