Christopher Hood

Christopher Hood

President at Trancontinental Sun Power

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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June 2021
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About Christopher

My passion is for creative writing and true stories. I am currently pitching my second screenplay called Killing Detroit the story is set in the 1970s, it’s a 35-year story that ends tragically in numerous murders. The story marks the beginning of America’s black power movement and the government's reaction. I’m currently working on my second screenplay called The Corporate Klan. The screenplay is another true story of corporate racism in America’s largest corporations. My other passions are photography, cycling, and marketing. From my previous career, I have extensive marketing experience on large projects. Even though this is my first screenplay it is a true story and a first-hand account of a number of unbelievable events. The film is not only entertaining it has a teaching tool that reveals the roots of the fear for law enforcement in black communities nationwide. The Corporate Klan is also completed and in the marketing pipeline


  • Killing Detroit

    Killing Detroit Budget: $10M - $30M | Drama Crime July 1st, 2022 release The Screenplay Killing Detroit (A True Story) Longline: A 70s radical black power group uncovers a government-organized plot to sell drugs in black communities. The group goes public and is attacked by the J. Edgar Hovers CoIntelpro program. The group is destroyed by the Secret Service and  F.B.I. using covert tactics resulting in the deaths of several group members. Two of the group's members in a retaliatory act to Hover's tactics murder a random white college student.  In a strange twist thirty-two years later they are put on trial for murder and found guilty.

  • The Corporate Klan

    The Corporate Klan Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama A black American executive takes a high-profile position in a major corporation. Covert internal racism quickly surfaces. He's targeted and falsely accused of embezzlement, forgery, and taking government kickbacks. He is outraged by the false allegations and is transformed into an undercover corporate spy and later a federal whistleblower. His determination uncovers $18 million the firm has stolen from the nation's police departments. (A True Story)


  • Drama Award 52 Weeks Film Festival 2021

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