NEWS - DB Goldline has signed a FIRST LOOK DEAL with Amazon Studios to produce a slate of feature-length documentaries on high-profile figures in lifestyle, fashion, art, culture and social movement. This curated slate of top-tier films will give a roster of acclaimed filmmakers a new platform to tell extraordinary stories.
Animated Series (In Advanced Development): Loopy Fruit is a character based, irreverent, anarchic, slapstick, sketch show that features songs, stories and silliness as the loopy fruit get each other into trouble, dress up in costumes, take petty revenge, laugh at each other, and sabotage each other’s attempts to put on their show. The show features Otis, a Californian orange who loves the sun; Brian, a self-conscious banana who just wants to be taken seriously; Eve, a long-suffering apple; Percival, a suave and scheming plum with a mischievous sense of fun; and, Rambu, a crazy rambutan.
DBG is proud to be in partnership with Framestore Ventures on this incredible animated series.
Accidentally Genius Is a half-hour comedy series about the errors and unforeseen accidents that turned out to be perfect inventions. In this Adam Ruins Everything-style info/comedy series, we'll reveal everyday items that were discovered by complete mistake!
Scripted Series (In Advanced Development): They were “The Lost Generation” - the catalyst of sexual freedom and artistic expression. it was Paris 1902, and a new revolution was brewing. Am unknown Picasso, his lovers, enemies, and friends, flock to the home of provocative American ex-pats, sister, and brother Gertrude and Leo Stein, in the combustion of talent and rebellion that will scandalize Paris and pioneer a new era.
Scripted Series (In Development): Today it is known as Roosevelt Island. In 1828, when New York City purchased this narrow, two-mile-long island in the East River, it was called Blackwell’s Island. There, over the next hundred years, the city would send its insane, indigent, sick, and criminal. Told through the gripping voices of Blackwell’s inhabitants, as well as the period’s city officials, reformers, and journalists. (including the famous Nellie Bly)
DBG has gained the rights to the highly acclaimed book by Stacy Horn.