10/22 Destiny Pictures develops and options the twisty thriller screenplay Playing The Dead, by Darko Mitrevski
12/21 A Candy Cane Christmas written by Susan Finch optioned and developed by Destiny Pictures
09/21 Destiny options to develop The Black List recommended screenplay Rage Against The Night, a social justice dramatic crime thriller inspired by actual events, written by Akiva Cohen
07/21 Destiny nabs movie rights to the psychological medical drama Chasing Victory, a novel by Dr. Joshua Shifrin
04/21 2x Oscar nominated Director Bruce Beresford in discussions to direct the drama For Allison for Destiny Pictures
05/19 Destiny Pictures options and is developing the dramatic screenplay For Allison, written by Jack Wood.
05/15 Destiny developing the post Katrina jazz drama West End Blues.
04/13 Fangoria interviews Fairuza Balk star of Dose of Reality
04/13 Dread Central interviews Fairuza Balk star of Dose of Reality https://goo.gl/6VXh4K
03/13 Dose of Reality gets distribution http://goo.gl/IPjzm
08/12 First trailer for the mystery thriller Dose of Reality https://goo.gl/4cZIfn
08/11 Virgil Films and Entertainment announce September 20th DVD release Of My Run
02/11 My Run sprints to 500 movie theaters nationwide https://goo.gl/r4GKZ
12/10 My Run - official trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY_mJYQjJec
11/10 Psych 9 heads to Lions Gate / Official trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4kwbiNPKqc
06/10 My Run wins Outstanding Achievement in Documentary at the 2010 VisionFest in NYC.
06/10 My Run wins Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2010 Las Vegas Film Festival.
12/09 My Run wins Best Documentary at the 2009 Mammoth Film Festival.
11/09 Psych 9 – to open theatrically in the UK https://goo.gl/n186gg
11/09 My Run wins the Audience Award at the 2009 Austin Film Festival.
10/09 My Run sprints to the 2009 Austin Film Festival for world premiere https://goo.gl/M5ZepZ
07/09 The documentary My Run, based on Terry Hitchcock’s story is now complete. The film is narrated by Academy
Award winner Billy Bob Thornton. After losing his wife to breast cancer, Terry Hitchcock ran 75 consecutive
marathons in 75 consecutive days from Minnesota to Georgia, to bring awareness to the plight of
single parent families.