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Philip M. Cohen:
Chief Creative Officer / Executive Producer
Although known for being an investor, director, producer and executive producer of over 1000 films, TV shows and digital video programs Philip Cohen has a rich entertainment marketing background. Read more here
2:02 PM PDT 3/06/2014 by Phil Cohen
Saddle Ranch Pictures has optioned two films to be delivered in 2015: SABER 31 and Chickie Brombach
Saber 3-1 SYNOPSIS: SABER 31 - Is about DRAVIS, a Marine plagued by his own decision that leads to the death of 6 Marines from his squad and from which their bodies are never recovered. Guilt keeps him from returning to action, even when his best friend Sgt. SAUNDERS gets him cleared to join his squad. In the same region of Fallujah, Iraq, a terrorist serial bomber is on the rise. Faced with limited options, the brass tasks Saunders squad to accompany and provide security for EOD Detective KEALY. Dravis soon learns that dog tags of his dead squad mates are being left at these serial bombings as a taunt. This pushes him to join Saunders team as they quickly move to find and stop the elusive bomber before he can strike again.
Chickie Brombach SYNOPSIS: Chickie Brombach is a dark comedy including both, highbrow and lowbrow elements. The main characters are two screenwriters, the foulmouthed and hilarious Leanne Dubois, and her loyal gay writing partner Henry Mars. After yet another rejection of their pilot script by TV network producers, Leanne promises to keep her excessive cursing in check. Her efforts to constrain herself backfire, they make her more volatile, and at the next meeting she punches a bitchy producer lady (Mrs. B) against the sharp corner of a table. The writing duo, who now believe they've accidentally killed her, dump the unconscious producer in a ditch outside the city. Leanne and Henry try to blame the "murder" on one of their fictitious characters, Chickie Brombach, to get the cops who search for Mrs. B off their assess, but wind up making the non-existent Chickie a success.
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