SYNOPSIS: I met Donald Glover 6 years ago and as we got to know each other through the noise of the party we realized we wanted to hold off on whatever that was happening between us until we could both establish our dream careers. Now I’m in FX’s LA office interviewing for a staff writer position. As I sit across from Donald I can’t tell if he remembers me or not but, most importantly I can’t tell if I want him to or not.
ACCLAMATIONS: This script made it into the final round at Sundance for the 2017 television lab. Katrina is truly revolutionary in her storytelling, using first-person narrative, that's usually only seen in novels. People ask all the time if the story is based on real life, it is fictional, but could be true someday! Pilot script available.
TITLE: TOP DOG
FORMAT: 30 MIN COMEDY
LOGLINE: Tough, powerful, workaholic. A top dog isn't always male and Hollywood isn't always female. Top theatrical agent navigates a new age in Hollywood.
SYNOPSIS: Threatened for her top spot, Top Hollywood agent needs to unlearn her anti-feminist ways it took to get to the top, if she plans to stay at the top. She came up in a very different Hollywood, before Me Too, so she’ll have to re-learn her female attributes in order to keep her agency afloat. At first, she partakes in the new Hollywood Female Empowerment movement to land star clients, but soon she’ll realize she’s closer to Me Too than she thought. Will this dark secret, that she convinced herself didn’t happen, make her weak and take away everything she built? Similar to Atlanta and Entourage/Ballers in tone, but the overdue female version.
ACCLAMATIONS: White Oak Pictures, Bruce Miller's production company (Handmaid's Tale) and Mar Vista studios both show interest to option the screenplay. Pilot script available.
FORMAT: 1HR DRAMA
LOGLINE: Selene just moved off to college looking for a fresh start, not knowing she'd get more than one when she discovers that she can jump parallel universes.
ACCLAMATIONS: This script scored Katrina her first literary agent at the Wayne Agency. Show bible and pilot script available.
LOGLINE: Reese and Summer, while finally working on redefining their relationship without kids, all three kids move back in.
SYNOPSIS: Bad Generation explores what it means to move back home as an adult; Venice quits her 9-5 life, Mara moves back home from college, and Kaleb moves back to the U.S. with his Chinese wife Shomai, only to discover the cost of living is too high. And what it means for parents, Reese and Summer, to live with their kids as adults while trying to re-spark the romance.
Pilot script available.
Katrina is not only a director, but specializes in screenwriting with a MFA in the field. She has accomalted treasure chest full of devoloped stories and screenplays.