We Are The Bridge Between Creative and Business
In the film and television business, think of Roth Stock Pictures as the bridge between creative and business. We are story driven first and foremost. That is always our main priority. However, once a good story has been identified, our instincts quickly turn mercenary in order to get your project financed and into theaters, on broadcast and cable, streaming, in hotel and airline systems, and anywhere else we can get your content in front of an audience!
Roth Stock Pictures, in association with Moving Pictures Media Group (MPMG), serves as production management. We do not take interest in your intellectual property, and we do not take creative control. With MPMG’s vast production pipeline, we can literally fill any missing role in your development situation.
It’s been said before, the film industry is 5% creative and 95% business. We take the business part off your shoulders in order to free up creatives to be … well … creative!
All you need is a good script and a synopsis, keyword being "good," and we have all the parts needed take you all the way through to delivery and distribution!
We seek original stories, no sequels or derivatives:
· All genres
· Diverse Cast
· Strong Female Leads are Welcome
· Projects with a Socially Conscious Message receive Priority Consideration
MISSION: We seek to bring quality content to market that will engage audiences on all platforms.
LOGLINES: Listed below are projects In Development.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not accept unsolicited materials and we do not participate in finance only projects.
Four Strings Budget: $1M - $5M | Drama ⋄ Family A coming of age story about a troubled 16 year old girl in foster care in Hawaii, whose path to empowerment begins when a mysterious old man teaches her the ukulele - and she makes it to the World Ukulele Championships in Honolulu. [Gregory Poppen, Screenwriter - Lee Roth, Development Executive/Co-Producer]
22 Budget: $1M - $5M | War ⋄ Drama After witnessing the death of his brother in combat, a traumatized young Marine struggles internally while seeking help that becomes increasingly difficult to obtain. [Steven Paul Taylor & Bradley Melson, Screenwriters - Lee Roth, Development Exec./Co-Producer]
Back On The Water Budget: $1M - $5M | Sports ⋄ Biography It’s said that true champions are measured not by their medals, but by their quality of life, and their legacy. [Owen Palmiotti, Screenwriter - Lee Roth, Development Executive/Co-Producer]
No Rest For The Brave Budget: $30M+ | Drama ⋄ Historical A Navy Petty Officer denounces an illegal scheme to sell weapons to Iran using the USS Kitty Hawk and ends up involved in the Iran-Contra affair. Based on the memoirs Running Scared, written by Navy Petty Officer Robert W. Jackson. [Gustavo Freitas, Screenwriter - Lee Roth, Development Executive/Co-Producer]
Film by PoppenFilms / Roth Stock Pictures / Moving Pictures Media Group / Gregory Poppen (Drama) Co-Producer A coming of age story about a troubled 16 year old girl in foster care in Hawaii, whose path to empowerment begins when a mysterious old man teaches her the ukulele - and she makes it to the World Ukulele Championships in Honolulu.
For the Love of George
Film by Fluffy Cat Productions, Mana Pictures / Maria Burton (Comedy and Drama) Actor Quirky comedy about a jilted wife who leaves her cheating husband in England and sets off to LA hoping to meet who she believes is the perfect man - George Clooney.
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Film by Universal Pictures, The Lonely Island, Apatow Productions / Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone (Comedy and Music) Actor When it becomes clear that his solo album is a failure, a former boy band member does everything in his power to maintain his celebrity status.
I Know Where Lizzie Is
TV Movie by Poke Prod / Darin Scott (Crime and Thriller) Actor When 15-year-old Lizzie is kidnapped, her friendly but divorced parents Judith and Martin are devastated. The police can't find the girl but Tracy Spencer comes forward claiming she's a psychic and knows where Lizzie is. Judith is elated, but it soon becomes clear that Tracy has an agenda of her own.
Secret in Their Eyes
Film by IM Global, Gran Via Productions / Billy Ray (Crime and Drama) Actor A tight-knit team of rising investigators, along with their supervisor, is suddenly torn apart when they discover that one of their own teenage daughters has been brutally murdered.
Film by Universal Pictures, Fuzzy Door Productions / Seth McFarlane (Comedy) Actor Newlywed couple Ted and Tami-Lynn want to have a baby, but in order to qualify to be a parent, Ted will have to prove he's a person in a court of law.
Transferring Your Photo to Canvas: Behind the Scenes
Film by Movie Tech Studios / Ewing Miles "Lucky" Brown (Action and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department It all starts with the discovery of a mysterious mummy. Dr. Stevens brings the suspected missing-link's remains back to the United States. Soon the creature's body turns up missing and people are suddenly being brutally murdered.
70th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade
TV Movie by Pagentry Productions / Johnny Grant (Family and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Once a year Hollywood Celebrates, The Hollywood Christmas Parade that takes place on the Sunday after Thanksgiving in Los Angeles, California.
Film by New Line Cinema / Steven Brill (Comedy and Fantasy) Actor After two of the devil's three sons escape Hell to wreak havoc on Earth, the devil must send his third son, the mild-mannered Nicky, to bring them back before it's too late.
Soul Music Festival: Part 5
TV Movie by David & Goliath Productions / Chuck Vinson (Comedy and Music) Camera and Electrical Department A celebration of the Funk bands of the 1970's.
Soul Music Festival: Part IV
TV Movie by David & Goliath Productions / Chuck VInson (Comedy and Music) Camera and Electrical Department A celebration of the Funk bands of the 1970's.
TV Series by Columbia TriStar Television / Sandra Fullerton (Comedy and Music) Miscellaneous Crew Late night talk show hosted by actor/comedian Sinbad. The first late night talk show to go live online.
HBO's WebDweeb Web Design Contest for the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival