|Movies listed include both those produced by YBS as LegacyVision Films and by individuals or companies associated with YBS/LegacyVision Films at some time.|
Filmmakers associated in some fashion with Yellow Brick Studio and/or LegacyVision Films have had a hand in producing or co-producing 24 movies (20 features and four short films) of varying genres. These include: 1) the holiday family special, Tis The Season – A Hawaiian Christmas Story; 2) the coming-of-age youth story, A Boy, A Girl And A Dead Cat; 3) the short film parody about off stage drama, Vent; 4) the web series concept about a true Hawaiian hero, The Legend Of Chang Apana; 5) the science fiction fantasy drama about angels battling demons for the soul of a human, The Hidden Battle; 6) the period piece tale of horror set in Old Hawaii about a murdered woman who rises from the dead as a ghost cat apparition to exact her revenge, Obake Neko; 7) the epic drama about death as being a part of the circle of life, Parts Of The Same Circle; 8) The on-going multi-platform storytelling universe that focuses on the adventures of a girl and her power of teleportation, Jackie Claxton Universe; 9) the poignant, slice of life tale of personal growth that is devoid of cliches, as words breathe; 10) the crime drama about one woman’s revenge for the murder of her sister, Natural Reaction; 11) the romantic comedy drama about sexual harassment and the differences between the male and female species, Tiramisu On The Beach; 12) the comedy about a community neighborhood board meeting becoming the battleground between the young and the old, Juniper Lane; 13) the mystery about a closet serial killer ready to retire after one last kill, So Close Shig; 14) the zany laugh riot about food, merriment and chaos at the U.N., World Buffet; 15) the heartrending tragedy told in reverse chronology, Before The After; 16) the murder mystery involving only one on-screen character who solves a 35-year-old cold case, The Landline Detective; 17) the complex conspiracy action drama that throws everyone for a loop in the end, Closing Costs; 18) the “movie about a movie” crime thriller, The Curse Of Witness Protection; 19) the anthology of short films revolving around computer hackers stealing a digital program from one another, Grab; 20) the intense interrogation of five male convicts facing the counseling wrath of a woman psychologist, Covid Release; 21) the hilarious one actor comedy about a man possibly having the worst day ever in the history of the world, Ramon Runyen; 22) the sports documentary about one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time, Prof Blood – Basketball’s First Great Coach; 23) the film school project about a 29-year-old cancer patient who finds herself having to negotiate with a mysterious woman in white to attain her right to live, Where Are We Going; and 24) the war story of a retired Honolulu man, a WWII veteran and member of the famed 442nd RCT, who has visions of a young German soldier which recalls an incident from the war that haunts him still, Shikata Ga Nai.
NOTE: Click on each written title for detailed descriptions of each production.
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