La'Chris Jordan co-hosts this online series alongside Emmy Award®-nominated creative and producer Brian Isom. Every week, they explore and re-examine American history through interviews, discussions and documented evidence. Join them as they hear new perspectives from across the country about the indigenous and lost tribes of North America.

The American Aboriginals

Nonfiction  I Talk Show

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The Softwalkers

TV Pilot  I Sci-fi, Suspense  I 60 pages

After her daughter is found murdered, an archaeology professor sets out to find the killers only to discover that she is on a secret hit list created by the ‘Softwalkers’ – a group of humanoid aliens intent on suppressing certain scientific knowledge that could save humanity from extinction.
 

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Piney Ridge

TV Pilot  I Historical Drama  I 60 pages

Following a heart-wrenching tragedy, a Black female sharecropper in 1930s Virginia sets out on a mission of personal revenge, all while fighting the exploitation of the town’s wealthy landowners and the violent harassment of the local sheriff and his posse of unlawful men.

Roses in the Water

Feature  I Drama, Military Drama I 105 pages

A young woman in New Orleans decides to enlist in the U.S. Navy to improve her life and get out of poverty, but an unexpected pregnancy disrupts her plans. Inspired by true events.

Poe's Disciple

Feature  I Horror, Suspense  I 106 pages

Adaptation based on "The Raven," a new book by best-selling horror writer Dani Lamia. Inspired by the works of Edgar Allen Poe.

When a mysterious, caped man from a 17-year-old's dreams begins taking revenge on her prep school bullies, the young woman must confront her past in order to stop the killing spree.