Amazon Studios, Amazon's original video content creation arm, has released a couple of "elevator pitch" videos for projects it has on its movie development slate.
The first one is for a movie called Orange Curtain, which takes place in '92 during the Rodney King beating trial, and is about a "deal gone wrong" that leads to some guys on the run from the police and from gangsters. Here's the pitch:
Amazon also has some storyboards in place for the film. Here are a few of them:
You can see the rest here.
The second project is a romantic comedy called 'Her F'ing Sisters,' which tells the story of a guy named Ryan and the "things (and people) standing between him and the girl of his dreams."
Here's the pitch for that one:
And a few of the storyboards:
These are just two of many of the films on Amazon Studios' development slate, and I expect we'll be seeing more of these elevator pitch videos in the near term. Other projects have titles like: The Alchemist Agenda, I Think My Facebook Friend is Dead, ZvG: Zombies Vs Gladiators, For Sale By Superhero, Touching Blue, Burma Rising, Dreamcatchers, Ashes to Ashes, 12 Princesses, Hiber, Children of Others, Original Soldiers, It Came in the Mail, Soldier Boys, The 70-Year Itch, Origin Of A Species, Gideon's Law, WizardsQuest: The Princess Queen, Seed, Animal Heads, The Detourist, Blackburn Burrow, Romeo, Juliet & Rosaline, and Leon.
You can learn more about each of these projects here.