FEATURE FILMS IN DEVELOPMENT
Philippe Grenade XIV has written three feature-length screenplays based on his life experiences, western expansion, Jungian psychology, dreams, mythology, melancholy, and symbols. Through the cinematic experience we greatly anticipate sharing our haunting and mythological tales with the world.
Cécile is a dark, dream-like femme fatale fable.
Synopsis: On a fated errand to a quaint river town, an antiquarian’s apprentice crosses paths with the mysterious opera singer who haunts the local inn and theater. Weaving the young man into her oneiric world, she convinces him to join a sailing excursion which ultimately traps him in her lustful, malevolent fantasy.
Jack Rabbit is a visceral revisionist western.
Synopsis: A teenage boy joins his friend’s family trip to a retired war hero’s ranch in the arid mountains where he’s introduced to guns, wilderness, and the primeval wheel of life. Stumbling upon a wayfaring poacher, a mishap transforms his adventurous summer vacation into a nightmare of fear, survival, and savage violence.