Female Perversions

Feature, October Films, Sundance, Nominated Grand Jury Prize

Female Perversions stars Tilda Swinton as Eve, a high-powered attorney on the verge of a psycho-sexual breakdown. The film dives into the whirlpool of female identity and sexuality with “a raw power that is impossible to dismiss.” (Roger Ebert)

Directed by Susan Streitfeld, adapted from the book by Louise J. Kaplan

"highly original” “engaging portrait of an ultra-neurotic modern woman."

− Variety


− Roger Ebert

"audacious drama” “sexually intense"

− SF Chronicle

"One of the richest, most idea-filled, most stylish and most powerfully acted films of the year."

− Boston Globe

Ruby’s Bucket of Blood


A tension-filled interracial love story set in the Deep South in the early 60s, based on Julie’s award-winning play. Angela Bassett stars as Ruby, a nightclub owner abandoned by her husband, who hires a white soul singer, Billy Dupree (Kevin Anderson) to sing at her club. The two find themselves falling for each other, despite their best intentions – and the dangers involved.

Directed by Peter Werner

"powerful drama"

− All Movie Guide (via NYT)

"sexy, sultry drama"

− Los Angeles Times

"Rich and textured"

− Boston Herald

All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story

USA Cable Networks

All-American Girl is the true story of Mary Kay Letourneau, a 34-year-old married school teacher who had a sexual relationship with her 13 year old student. The “intelligently understated script” presents its controversial subject matter in a way that is both straightforward and compulsively watchable (generating block-buster ratings when it premiered).

Directed by Lloyd Kramer

"Amazingly enough, writer Julie Hebert and director Lloyd Kramer have taken this tawdry story and turned it into a fascinating tale of criminal selfishness and romantic self-delusion"

− USA Today

Starry, Starry Night

Unproduced feature

Lying Awake, based on the novel by Mark Salzman

HBO, Development