Launched in 2001 by filmmaker Richard O'Sullivan, Lost Colony
Entertainment has carved out a niche in Hollywood with its unique form of
cutting-edge material. Current projects in the works at Lost Colony include the
romantic comedy "One Night With You" (referred to in the media as "that ill-fated Lindsay Lohan comeback vehicle") and the groundbreaking horror film "The Ballad of Jimmy Hallows," both based on original screenplays by O'Sullivan. Also in development at Lost Colony are projects adapted by O'Sullivan from the popular Bantam Books/Random House fantasy novel The Wizard of Seattle by New York Times best-selling author Kay Hooper and the controversial re-imagining of American history, The Genesis of Lincoln, by James Harrison Cathey. In addition, O'Sullivan will produce the film version of the acclaimed book She-Rain by 29-time Emmy-winning journalist Michael Cogdill (NBC,CNN).
A man (James Mount) seeks closure with an old lover (Castille Landon) and an estranged friend (Joe Sernio) in this new film from Lost Colony Entertainment. Directed by Richard O'Sullivan. Written by Steve Strangio. Produced by Sandra Rayne Garcia. Cinematography by Kahleem Poole-Tejada. Sound Design by Carlos "Storm" Martinez. Shot on location in New York City.
Stu (Matt Chesmore) gets more than he bargained for when Brendle (Brigid Turner) invites him over for a glass of wine in Lost Colony Entertainment's "Chaunté Du Bois," a tale of modern dating in upper Manhattan. Written, directed, and edited by Richard O'Sullivan (who also co-wrote the song "February Jones" with Terra Pasternak, who performs the tune on the soundtrack). Produced by Sandra Rayne Garcia. Cinematography by Kahleem Poole-Tejada. Features music by Abby Camaya and Jeff Myers. Shot on location in New York City.
Three proof-of-concept scenes from Lost Colony Entertainment's feature film project "The Genesis of Lincoln," written, directed, and edited by Richard O'Sullivan. Features actors James Mount, Castille Landon, and Ethan Itzkow. Produced by Sandra Rayne Garcia. Cinematography by Kahleem Poole-Tejada. Animation by David M. Strandquest ("Space Ghost Coast to Coast;" "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law;" "Aqua Teen Hunger Force"). Shot on location in New York City.
Director Richard O'Sullivan and Cinematographer Kahleem Poole-Tejada block actors Castille Landon and Ethan Itzkow in this behind-the-scenes footage from the set of Lost Colony Entertainment's proof-of-concept shoot for "The Genesis of Lincoln" in New York City.
A behind-the-scenes look at Cinematographer Andy Strahorn ("Hostel: Part III" and Lost Colony Entertainment's "The Ballad of Jimmy Hallows") as he shoots a scene for the upcoming film "Border Run," starring Oscar winner Sharon Stone.
Television journalist Michael Cogdill (a 29-time Emmy winner and National Edward R. Murrow recipient) interviews President Obama at the White House. An adaptation of Cogdill's novel, She-Rain, to be produced by Richard O'Sullivan, is currently in development at Lost Colony Entertainment.
Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan, Producer Sandra Rayne Garcia, and fashion designer Nathan Paul (from the new season of Lifetime's "Project Runway") at Variety Magazine's launch party for Big Vision Empty Wallet in New York City.
Special effects make-up artist Conor McCullagh (left) with Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan (right) and Producer Joni Strandquest (kneeling) on the set of Lost Colony Entertainment's "Breach of Heaven." McCullagh, from the Syfy series "Face Off," most recently created movie magic for the blockbuster hit "The Hunger Games."
Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan mans the camera as comic actor Jonathan Mankuta interviews fans outside Yankee Stadium for the YES Network comedy sports show "Tailgatin'." Mankuta, who appeared on the last season of "Lost" as one of "The Others," is a regular on the hit Syfy series "Hollywood Treasure."
Robin Spriggs has assumed the role of Drey LeBeck in Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan's "The Genesis of Lincoln" after controversial actor Doug Hutchison dropped out over concerns that his character would be viewed as an unsympathetic extension of his own public persona. In the Lost Colony Entertainment film, Hutchison--who recently married sixteen-year-old pop singer Courtney Stodden--would have played a director who has a sexual relationship with a sixteen-year-old pop singer (played by twenty-year-old actress Castille Landon). Video report from The Huffington Post.
Intended as a "comeback vehicle" for troubled actress Lindsay Lohan, the lead role in Lost Colony Entertainment's "One Night With You"--the long-awaited romantic comedy from Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan--was rumored at one point to be filled by music superstar Taylor Swift. Video report from Clevver TV.
"Gossip Girl" star Penn Badgley talks to MTV News to address reports that he's attached to star in Lost Colony Entertainment's "One Night With You," rumors that Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan had previously shot down.
Just some of the segments crafted by Richard O'Sullivan for NBC Universal's Emmy Award-winning "The More You Know." These spots aired on the company's family of broadcast and cable outlets, including the NBC television network, MSNBC, CNBC, SyFy, Bravo, and USA. They garnered the media giant numerous honors, including the prestigious PROMAX Award, and a Lambda Legal Liberty Award for helping to promote tolerance and diversity.
In a clip from Lost Colony Entertainment's behind-the-scenes documentary "Filmsta: Making Movies Out of Twigs & Yarn," Writer/Producer/Director Richard O'Sullivan talks about his experiences in indie filmmaking.
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