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Intelliscape Films is constantly in the development process. “Travel Ball” takes a dramatic look at the underbelly of high end youth sports, log line “Realize your parents dreams” (see clipart onesheet), the original script written by Bruce Caulk is a family/teen drama, fish out of water story, set in the backdrop of travel baseball, club soccer and 18U basketball, focusing on thematic family dynamics and teen athletes expectations. The film is budgeted at $15M and will include an award winning cast.

Prior to that Intelliscape optioned “The Cuban Missile” a dark comedy about what would happen if Joe Kennedy did not die in the war and became president leaving JFK to purchase the Brooklyn Dodgers.

In 2017, Bruce also wrote the short script “The Text” now casting. It’s about how quickly a simple text message can be misinterpreted and spiral out of control. Another dark comedy developed and shot at Intelliscape is Howard Korder’s One Act “Imagining America” that takes an inside look at a Scientology-esq establishment. Finally Intelliscape helped develop the noir comedy short “Roast it Again, Sam” directed by Bruce.