Encino, CA (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
Aldamisa Entertainment bought rights for various films to be produced by Aldamisa Entertainment this and next year.
First, Aldamisa bought rights for a film “Tenn” from its writer Robin Shushan. "Tenn" is a drama about Tennessee Williams who harnesses his troubled family life and disillusionment with Hollywood to become one of America's greatest playwrights.
Second, Aldamisa bought rights for a film “Maria” from its writer Sergei Bodrov. “Maria” is a thriller. Here is a summary, Seventeen-year-old outcast and crook Jimmy falls hard for thirty-year old Maria, who is running from the law and something far worse.
Third, Aldamisa bought rights for a film “Radioactive”from its writer Ash Baron Cohen. “Radioactive” is an action thriller. Here is a summary. Dying, emboldened, and unable to feel pain thanks to the effects of severe radiation poisoning in Chernobyl, Mars comes to Los Angeles in search of a stolen nuke and a clean slate. What she finds far exceeds anything she imagined.
Forth, Aldamisa optioned rights for a novel “London's Curse: Murder, Black Magic, & Tutankhamun” from its writer Mark Beynon. Here is a summary, Golden 20s era satanist Alestair Crowley plays a sinister role in the curse of King Tutankhamun.
Fifth, Aldamisa acquired international rights for a film entitled “No Winter”. Here is a summary: Husbands, wives, fathers, sons, friends, lovers, masseuses, and horses seem to have a tough time getting their lives and loves together before the annual Chekhov Ball.
Sixth, Aldamisa acquired world rights for a project entitled “Untitled Action Film/Gaming Project”. Here is a summary, what if you can do in life what you can do in your favorite video game? Now you can.
Seventh, Aldamisa acquired world rights for a project entitled: “Untitled King Solomon Project from it’s writer Ivan Phillipov Here is a summary, Solomon must overcome Elementals, Djinns, Sukkubuses, giant Worms, and his own ego to fulfill his new role as King and build Jerusalem's first Temple.
Eight, Aldamisa acquired remake rights for a film entitled: Amora Street from its writer Michael Kupisk. Here is a summary, In a city with no inhibitions and three months of consecutive nights without darkness, Clay Azel pursues the girl of his dreams while Det. Felix Reinhold pursues a serial killer who kills at random.