When Trailer Meets Storyboard

Have you seen the “trailerboards” for these Amazon Studios movie projects? Take a look and let us know if you think these stories should be made for the big screen.

The Dissident

Based on a true story, a Nazi Judge attempts to thwart the Holocaust from the inside.

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Gideon’s Law

What happens when a disgraced young cop is kidnapped by his civilian ride-along?

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It Came in the Mail

12-year-old Joel orders an incredible monster through a comic book. It finally shows up…20 years later.

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Dark Before Dawn

What happens to a small Texas town after 7 local residents are killed in a bank robbery gone wrong?

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New Trailerboard: “Gideon’s Law”

What happens when a disgraced young cop is kidnapped by his civilian ride-along? Find out in this action-packed “trailerboard” for Amazon Studios movie project Gideon’s Law by Chris Bullett. Gideon’s Law was illustrated by comics artist Ramon Bachs, and the script was adapted into trailerboard form by comics writer Ron Marz.

See the trailerboard now and let us know what you think.

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Create Your Own Storyboard with Amazon Storyteller

Have you seen our trailerboards for The Dissident, It Came in the Mail or Dark Before Dawn? Create your own storyboard using Amazon Studios’ free tool, Amazon Storyteller. Create 10 or 100 panels and add backgrounds or characters from our extensive library of assets.

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New Trailerboard: “Dark Before Dawn”

What happens to a small Texas town after 7 local residents are killed in a bank robbery gone wrong? Find out in this suspenseful “trailerboard” for Amazon Studios project Dark Before Dawn. The movie trailer meets storyboard was illustrated by comics artist Thomas Nachlik, and the script was adapted into trailer board form by comics writer Landry Walker.

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12-year-old Joel orders an incredible monster through a comic book. It finally shows up…20 years later. It Came in the Mail, a movie on the Amazon Studios development slate, was illustrated by comic book artist Steve Ellis (Only Living Boy), and the script was adapted into trailerboard form by comics writer David Gallaher.

Check out the trailerboard and take our survey to tell us what you think.