Grey Lady – This romantic crime thriller will be released theatrically in North America on April 21, 2017, and stars Eric Dane (Grey’s Anatomy, The Last Ship) and Natalie Zea (Justified), and co-starring Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe winner Amy Madigan and Broadvision Entertainment’s Jimmy Cummings.  Grey Lady was written and directed by Broadvision’s John Shea, and Broadvision’s Andrzej Bartkowiak served as cinematographer.  Grey Lady is produced by Beacon Pictures (television series Castle and Agent X) in association with Broadvision Entertainment.  Broadvision’s President Jean Su is Executive Producer, and Jimmy Cummings is a Co-Producer of the film.  Broadvision is driving the theatrical release of the movie with Lionsgate.



Feature Films:

At Last –  A music-driven interracial romantic drama set in mid-70s Mississippi.  Inspired by actual events.

The Dirty Deed –  Action/crime thriller set in Boston.

The House  – A contained Sci-Fi thriller set slightly into our future examining the potential impact of artificial intelligence on our lives.

Mardis Gras Massacre –  Police action/international terrorism thriller set in New Orleans.

Mistress Mom – To save her family from financial disaster, a nerdy MIT-grad in Silicon Valley transforms from Mom to Domme. A comedy-drama based on a true story.

Parent Management –  Teen/family comedy-drama set in the United States (Silicon Valley) and China.

Purple Mountain – 1937, China. A young girl desperately struggles to survive the ruthless invasion of the city of Nanking by the Japanese Imperial Army.

Together – Romantic drama addressing issues related to aging.

Treasure of the Kings Tomb – Adventure thriller set in China and Mongolia in 1947.


Scripted TV Series:

Leading Edge – One hour Network or Premium Cable Drama

Mistress Mom – Half-hour Cable or Premium Cable Dramedy

Redemption – One hour Network or Premium Cable Drama

Tiger Cub Bites Back – Half-hour Network Comedy

White Noose  – One hour Network or Premium Cable Drama


Reality TV:

Barroom Brawlers


The Painkillers