We want to tell stories with rich characters who are full of feelings and color and conflict, and then maybe watch them trip on a banana if at all possible.
Woodlette’s production arm is where we make things and develop longer-form projects. Instead of an over-elaborate mission statement, we thought we’d showcase some of the moments we’re particularly proud of.
Eric said, “this dialog is so healthy. I would never talk like this.”
From a short series, The Pool That Time, in development.
Lindsey on a scout.
Pretending she’s the first to take this shot.
Our tv show in development. The short film is headed to festivals next year. Also a great example of how you can write, “He looks over at the exceedingly large rooster,” and then have the joy of making it happen.
While testing for a Disney pitch…
…we spent about a week exploring local coves and learning to balance light with oxygen.
We shot Miami for Sesame Street
And took inspiration from Barry Jenkin’s, Moonlight.
Just North of London
There’s a thatched town called Tring. Don’t laugh at the name because the whole town is just stunning and so filled with canals you can’t help but write a poem.