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 properties in development at Lost Colony include the popular Bantam Books/Random House fantasy novel The Wizard of Seattle by perennial New York Times best-selling author Kay Hooper; She-Rain, the acclaimed book by 29-time Emmy-winning journalist Michael Cogdill (of NBC and CNN fame); a buddy comedy about World War II veterans hitting the road for one last hurrah, entitled "Old Soldiers" (starring Oscar winner Mickey Rooney and Golden Globe winner Hugh O'Brian); and the amazing true life survival story of Sabrina Greenlee, who overcame a history of horrific tragedy in order to guide her four children (including NFL rookie sensation DeAndre "Nuk" Hopkins of the Houston Texans) down a better path.
Sabrina Greenlee poses proudly with her son DeAndre "Nuk" Hopkins, the standout wide receiver from Clemson University taken in the First Round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. Greenlee's amazing life story--in which she overcame a series of horrific tragedies (including a brutal attack which left her blinded and scarred)--is the subject of a film from Lost Colony Entertainment (scripted by Writer/Director Richard O'Sullivan and produced by Sandra Rayne Garcia).
For regular updates on the Sabrina Greenlee film project, visit IMDb; and to read more about her incredible story, check out this front page article from USA Today. For media inquiries or to book Sabrina Greenlee for a public speaking engagement, contact Stephanie Borelli at Megale Public Relations.
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.
Clips from projects directed and edited by Richard O'Sullivan. All scenes also written by O'Sullivan except "The Dress" (which was scripted by Steve Strangio). Produced by Sandra Rayne Garcia. Cinematography by Kahleem Poole-Tejada. Animation by David M. Strandquest. Shot on location in New York City.
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