Avanti Entertainment

Phone Icon (844) 316-6221

INSPIRATION FOR OUR Diverse Genres comes from

Diversification in our lives and in our world


Avanti Entertainment is also seeking investors interested in backing our productions.


Oceanside Place

Oceanside Place

  • Status: In Development 
  • Genres: Psychological Thriller/Horror
  • Stars:
  • Director:

A stylized 3D psychological thriller/horror, in which a brilliant 18 year-old goth-dressing computer geek and accomplished musician, along with her best friend, cleverly figure out who and why someone is committing grizzly murders in their new neighborhood to prevent her father and his girlfriend from becoming the killer's next victims.


Passport on top of photo of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Interpreter

  • Status: In Development (Rights Retained)
  • Genre: Drama
  • Stars:
  • Director:

An intriguing true story of a strong, bright Jewish woman who survives the Holocaust by faking her identity, then emigrates to the US where she suffers the same kind of atrocities she escaped.


Family On Sofa
Entertainment for the Family of all ages.

The Geeky Parents

  • Status: In Development 
  • Genre: Family Comedy
  • Stars:
  • Director:

A family comedy about parents who accidentally take tampered vitamins and start behaving in an increasingly younger manner, which forces their teen-age children to assume the roles of their parents.


The Haunting Past

The Haunting Past

  • Status: In Development 
  • Genre: Supernatural Thriller
  • Stars:
  • Director:

Can history repeat itself? It does in this supernatural thriller about an extremely possessive psychiatrist whose life is threatened, after he testifies in a high-profile murder case and his wife starts having visions of a tragedy that happened 400 years ago.


The Scarf

The Scarf

  • Status: In Development 
  • Genre: Enlightening Drama
  • Stars:
  • Director:

A beautiful, young Jewish girl survives her imprisonment in Auschwitz in 1944 during the Holocaust, when a Nazi officer notices her ornate scarf and pulls her from the execution line. After the war, she emigrates to Argentina, where she re-experiences abduction, torture and executions that took place during the "Dirty War" of 1976 to 1983. Once again, recognition of the same scarf saves her life, and she goes on to become an activist leader who helped to bring justice to the war criminals responsible for the horrible acts of violence and the "disappearance" of over 30,000 Argentinians.


Avanti Entertainment does not accept unsolicited material