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In Gods We Trust

New York City, the hub of a Shakespearean universe charting the thread of the greatest love story ever told.

In Gods We Trust is a serial drama set in New York that offers an in-depth look into the world of Shakespeare, unlike anything seen or done for television. This series, at its core, will follow a modern-day interpretation of Romeo and Juliet, at the same time, tying in other works such as Macbeth, Hamlet, King Lear, and A Midnight’s Summer Dream, e.g. to create a living and breathing universe with unique arcs and characters that will not only break new ground but set the model for story in television for many years to come.

Ultimately, our aim is to hold true to the darker elements of Shakespeare’s stories through a visual medium he would be proud of.

Created and Written by Afonso J Henrique and Marcel Sorza

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Four’s a Crowd

Mateo returns back to his three best friends he dumped a year ago in hopes to find himself again but in the end, his return will open not only the doors of chaos in the house but also resolve deeper issues his friends wouldn't confront themselves.

Four’s a Crowd is a story about a young gay man named Mateo, who suddenly appears on the doorstep of his three ex-roommates after ending a relationship with his fiancé, Jack. It's the start of a crazy journey with many twists, true-to-life issues and tough decisions that Mateo and his roommates must make, as he desperately tries to make sense of his life after the grueling breakup — or risk living in dire depression. It's a series where the audience will be witness to the growing bond between the characters throughout each season.

Created and Written by Afonso J Henrique


Project Shadowrun

The Shadowrun world is cross-genre, incorporating elements of both cyberpunk and urban fantasy.  Man, machine, and magic exist in a world where the amazing is among the most common and technology has entered into every facet of human (and meta-human) life.

Created by Afonso J Henrique