A Detroit woman leads a double life, raising her young daughter as she struggles to help lead a pornographic webcam “collective” out of an old mansion duplex. When her best client dies during a session, in order to save the business (and keep custody from her police officer ex) she must rekindle a relationship with an old flame who’s just returned from Silicon Valley with big plans for the future of online sex.
"This is a captivating and unique pilot with some powerful dark humor, several defined and exciting
lead characters, and an ever entertaining plot." - The Black List

MONEYSHOT by Kevin Kautzman, Abbie Lucas and Lenny Platt is a 30min darkly comic series about web cam models operating out of a mansion duplex in Detroit. It made it to the second round of the Sundance Development Track and the Orchard Project development track. A web series version, MONEY SHOT: LOOSE CHANGE can be seen here.
After a brutal separation leaves her ostracized from family and community in the run up to the holidays, a hitherto impeccable (but depressed) Texas empty-nester decides to finally seek her Minnesotan biological mother before it’s too late. Only when she meets an unlikely new friend, a Lakota woman named Aglai, does she realise that blood isn't thicker than water.
"This is an absolutely gorgeous movie. It tackles some tough subjects in a wry way, with a surprising amount of warmth. The script is driven by the characters first and foremost, and the characters are wonderful." - Austin Film Fest

GREY DUCK is the first feature film by Kevin Kautzman and Abbie Lucas and is available to view on Script Revolution
SHAKING COCO by Abbie Lucas & Kevin Kautzman is a short film about a woman 'of a certain age' whose escape from Texas to the Ritz Geneva is interrupted by an unexpected guest. Shaking Coco was written for the Ritz short film competition, and whilst it didn't get made, the character 'Jennifer from Texas' became the inspiration for our first feature film, Grey Duck. Also you can read the script over at the Coachella Review Blog.
A floundering tech bro must earn the money for his latest startup investment by beating his abrasive father in a tournament of "pickleball," a niche sport popular inhis parents' complex of retirement communities.
"At its best, this script has an almost otherworldly buoyancy, propelled by an idiosyncratic levity
marked by the world being several degrees divorced from conventional reality. In the wrong hands,
that could be a disaster, but there's a deft level of control present in the handling of the script's wonky
tone and delivery. Dialogue is peppy and often hilarious despite its staginess, with a focus on absurd
bluntness over more realistic dialects. It's absolutely a gamble prioritizing humor over any actual
coherence, but the choice mostly works out of sheer commitment to the bit, sometimes reaching the
highs of something as specific and distinct as a Wes Anderson picture." - The Black List

PICKLEBALL by Kevin Kautzman and Abbie Lucas is a feature length sports Comedy that explores the generational divide between Boomers and Millenials. ​​​​​​​
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