Established in 1993 as an extension of the publishing company, British American Entertainment has an ongoing commitment to bringing works of fine literature to film. Because of the book properties that were acquired by British American Publishing, it was a natural development within the industry to expand into film.
British American Entertainment's first film, Our Mother's Murder, received one of Hollywood's distinguished PRISM awards in 1998. This was followed by the critically acclaimed Joe Torre: Curveballs Along the Way about the manager of the New York Yankees, starring Paul Sorvino, Isaiah Washington and Robert Loggia.
British American's third production is entitled Nuremberg, starring Alec Baldwin and Christopher Plummer, based on the book Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial by Joseph E. Persico. Nuremberg is a Turner Network Television (TNT) miniseries that was viewed by more than 23 million people and is ranked second among all TNT miniseries. The film was awarded two Emmys in 2001.
NUREMBERG - INFAMY ON TRIAL
Nuremberg is the TNT Emmy-nominated miniseries based on Joe Persico's acclaimed book, Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial. Alec Baldwin leads an all-star cast as Chief Justice Robert Jackson who was the lead prosecutor in the trial of 21 members of the Nazi high command for the horrific war crimes committed by The Third Reich in World War II.
JOE TORRE: CURVEBALLS ALONG THE WAY
Paul Sorvino plays New York Yankees Manager Joe Torre in this drama which chronicles the extraordinary life of the famed manager. The film, also starring Robert Loggia and Isaiah Washington, leads to the 1996 season when Torre not only had to get the Yankees through the playoffs, but also worked to find a match for his ailing brother, Frank, who needed a heart transplant.
OUR MOTHER'S MURDER
A sensational account of the murder of newspaper heiress Anne Scripps Douglas with the story of her tragic end and the foolish love affair with an abusive, younger, lower-class man that led to it. The story is recounted from the eyes of her college-age daughter.