This is the third overview of some of our concepts. It is also possible to search our listings by using the search interface below. All concepts are works of fiction and typically range from General Audiences (G) to Parental Guidance (PG-13). Proposals are side projects that have mostly been started, but are waiting for sufficient support — or needing a commission — to complete. For interest or a custom concept, please contact us via the contact page.
Coming soon: Your Life, One Day (4471-633-1082), A Last Dance in Vancouver (4620-387-2112) and When She Took Over (3493-742-2219).
People care about others for different reasons. It is only when the reason ceases to exist, we learn the true motivation.
Born with two hearts, Kevin's life looks very different from that of his peers. Medical complications force him and his mother to traipse from doctor to doctor. Things are no better at school, where he is an outsider and bullied because of his pale appearance. But things are about to change when Kevin meets military doctor Lian. In a specially designed medical programme, Kevin learns to make the most of his two hearts, outperforming many trained athletes. Something that attracts the immediate attention of the research staff, who believe that Kevin could provide the blueprint for a super-soldier. Unaware of this agenda, Kevin simply enjoys the increased attention; for the first time in his life he feels valuable and appreciated. Especially when romance blossoms with Jennifer, who is also part of a military programme. But just when everything seems to be going well, Jennifer is taken out of the programme because of heart tissue disorder. Without a moment's hesitation, Kevin puts his name down at the hospital as a potential donor. But his decision is not welcomed by everyone. Fearful of losing their blueprint, the military do everything in their power to stop the heart transplant from going ahead.
A two-way communication between the heart and brain, we all know what it feels like. But, a communication between two hearts...
Day in the Night tells the nightmare of a man who gets stuck between sleep and wake, and his desperate search for a cure.
Tommaso is an Italian designer who needs little sleep. A condition he frequently reaps the benefits from. When his nights, however, become shorter and shorter, his wife urges him to have himself examined. Tommaso then learns that he suffers from a genetic sleep disorder that will only increase with time. For his opportunistic wife this soon becomes a situation she does not want to deal with. Struggling with loneliness and a disturbed biological rhythm, Tommaso decides to travel to Norway, where he ends up in Svalbard. A place where the sun never sets from April to the end of August. When his insomnia still worsens and his physical and mental health deteriorate, a race against time begins. This leads him to a magical underwater world in which he makes an extraordinary discovery.
You are 'the feeling' you pass on to others, every day, every second. Make it count.
When nearly six year old Rosa gets a little puppy from her uncle, she can't believe her luck. Her musician foster father Julian, however, is less enthusiastic. After all, having a dog in the house always means unexpected expenses. Luckily, Waffel is allowed to stay on the condition that Rosa takes care of him. This works out well at first, until Waffel starts to run off and she can no longer lift the fast-growing puppy. For young Rosa, this means finding solutions to the changes and problems she faces with giant Waffel. When one day her father does not come home, all hope rests on Waffel.
Although a rising tide floats all ships, interesting stories never evolved around plain sailing and spotting early anchor points. Unless we want to settle for a horizon just a rope length away, it might be time to change course.
Imagine walking on the very shallow end of a beach shore; an endless stroll, with water never getting deeper. This discouragement will make our mind go wander, away from the experienced nothingness.
But how can we imagine what unsailed horizons the deep 'blue canvas' would allow if we were afraid of getting wet?
Acquainted with the night, the tide rolls in
A sandcastle at seaside where mermaids don't go
Lungs breathing water as brain cells fire away
Strangled by the sandman I sleepwalk no more
As tears roll out, the tide will turn.
Unfortunately, we cannot control our dreams. Rather, things happen, and we follow along until our consciousness awakens and we leave the dream state.
Instead of staying on the beach for another day, it might be time to actively break the pattern and embrace the unknown.
The world is bigger and more diverse than search engine and social media algorithms would have us believe. They quickly recognise personal preferences and constantly adjust our information horizons accordingly. The result is that we only learn about opinions and viewpoints with which we already agree. Naturally we struggle to find our way out of the confines of this information bubble. If you really want to discover new horizons, you have to escape the information bubble by making major changes. And this process requires us to embark on a journey that brings us into contact with other opinions.
— For the wind, being the sole conductor of all waves —