Dana Offenbach and Mark W. Campbell have partnered to form indie producer CinemaStreet with a focus on projects with low- to mid-range budgets.
Offenbach is an independent producer who recently served as Nehst production group president. Campbell is a former Wall Street investment banker and venture capitalist.
CinemaStreet said its slate, funded from various sources, includes:
— Supernatural thriller “The Pale Horsemen,” the directorial debut of Kevin Grevioux (writer of the “Underworld” films). His screenplay is based on the graphic novel of the same name, in which six anonymous hit men are gathered in group therapy for the reading of their mentor’s will;
— Drama “Original Provisionals,” penned by Christopher Scott Cherot, about two camp counselors dealing with inner-city youths sent to an exclusive summer camp in the late ’70s;
— “The Untitled Shelly Waxman Story,” based on the true story of the Assistant U.S. Attorney who uncovered the truth about J. Edgar Hoover’s counter-intelligence program and the murder of Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton. Script’s by Sheldon Waxman and James Nathan Post;
— Drama “And One for All” by Ron Kanecke and Piper Hickman, weaving the stories of four inseparable young buddies faced with a devastating reality one summer and four life-long pals trapped in a Kentucky coal mine 50 years earlier.