1-AFTER HAPPILY EVER
SYNOPSIS: The beautiful sister of an English princess becomes so badgered by paparazzi that she decides to fake her death and create a new identity and relocate to America.
SYNOPSIS: A woman finds herself woven into a series of gruesome serial murders that are linked to her husband’s death and must figure out what her dreams are trying to tell her in order to save herself.
SCREENWRITERs-JANE BEALE , RONNIE COHEN
SYNOPSIS: Dr. Jennifer Darling has it all, until the New York Times prints a “correction” revealing her background and credentials to be a lie.
4-HARD RIDE HOME
SCREENWRITER-JULIE J. OLIVER
SYNOPSIS: A 12-year-old tomboy trains for an endurance race on her new horse and risks making friends with an Indian girl from the reservation.
5-THE LIFE AND AFTERLIFE OF JING JING WANG
SYNOPSIS: Visiting Portland, Oregon, in 1924, Jing Jing Wang dies of whooping cough, and remains 8-years-old through decades of afterlife in a beautiful historic building.
SYNOPSIS: A newly divorced mother of two risks losing the support of her ex-husband and kids when she falls in love with a sexy, butch graphic designer who inspires her to move the way her pulse beats and finally be herself.
7-A PROMISE TO KEEP
SYNOPSIS: Through flashforwards and flashbacks we witness the struggle of the mothers and daughters to gain their freedom, from both the sufferage and Native American perspective, in the different forms and meanings for each.
8-RIDGEWAY MYSTERY CLUB
SYNOPSIS: A small town child psychiatrist Mel Baker is framed for illegal distribution of narcotics, and in order to keep her license and solve the case, she enlists the help of her mystery-loving book club girlfriends.
9-TO HONOR AND OBEY
SYNOPSIS: During the Civil War, a Northern beauty clings to sanity as she balances the loss of her son to battle, abuse in her marriage, and forbidden love until finally realizing she has the power to control her fate.
10-WEDNESDAYS AT THE GEM
SCREENWRITERs-JOANNE HOCK, JANE BALFREY
SYNOPSIS: Two young boys and unlikely friends defy the Jim Crow laws of the depression-era South by sneaking the residents of a local black shanty-town into the movies every Wednesday at the all white Gem Theater