Arthur B. Pulitzer met his first prison contact through a colorful New Jersey friend who had an acquaintance serving time on Death Row. Having an interest in true crime, Pulitzer wrote the inmate and since 2009 established 500 letters from the inmate. Pulitzer’s incarcerated correspondents now number 105+ and will inevitably continue to grow in number. Some letters received describe racism, prosecutorial misconduct, prison conditions, Ineffective counsel, evidence withheld. . By employing his expertise in setting company strategy/direction and drawing from his knowledge of and experience with private equity industry, Pulitzer established contact with prisoners through a relative of a former employee. Employing his networking skills, he has recruited over 105 current inmates which is expanding. Arthur Pulitzer has the exclusive representation of their literary works and stories. The plan is to stream these stories on a TV mini-series.
Arthur B Pulitzer has an independent film company that works with established TV production companies to produce a crime docuseries with at least sixty episodes. Crime/legal drama has proven to be revenue-generating. In life, the system often fails, and innocent people go to jail. Movies based on individuals who were wrongly convicted, and other injustices are compelling to audiences and, as a result, have delivered profits. The inmates now emerging screenwriters want to tell a story and anticipate many viewers.
The plan is to produce a series of TV episodes based true crimes and inmate’s life stories with inmate compensation.
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.