Arthur B. Pulitzer, a financial entrepreneur in private equity real estate investment, venture capital.
Having an interest in the lives of inmates, Pulitzer wrote to one who was imprisoned in Nevada, Death Row prisoner. That is the way it all began. Pulitzer currently corresponds with 25+ inmates via letters and phone. He has amassed a small library of personal letters, manuscripts, and even a script written by and/or about these inmates. Since crime doesn't appear to be diminishing in the near future, neither will the number of Pulitzer's incarcerated correspondents. His website: http://www.makemymovie.biz offers these true crime stories for purchase for use in movie and TV production.
LETTERS FROM THE HOLE, a true crime screenplay, is based on court documents and actual letters and conversations between a current Death Row black prisoner, in “The Hole” for over 35 years, and his white advocate, a New York professional businessman. I am this white advocate. The story exposes the corruption, violence, deception; and, most importantly, the layered scheming of the Nevada legal/prison system of the last 50 years against one 75-year-old black man who struggles to finally walk free. Drugs, murder, sex and ambition interweave in this grim real crime drama (Rated R).
Unique traits: Advocate, storyteller
Letters from the Hole Budget: $1M - $5M | Drama a true crime screenplay, is based on court documents and actual letters and conversations between a current Death Row black prisoner, in “The Hole” for over 40 years, and me, his white advocate, a New York businessman.