Off The Dock develops and produces cutting edge entertainment and distributes it on traditional and new media platforms. The company leverages Lakeshore Entertainment’s 20-year track record of producing award-winning and commercially successful films to engage audiences and elevate the next generation of talent.
THE WEDDING YEAR
LA photographer, Mara (Sarah Hyland), is never getting married. So, when she and her new ready-to-settle-down boyfriend (Tyler James Williams) are invited to twelve weddings in the same year, the pressure is on Mara to make some big decisions.
Directed by Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde, The Ugly Truth) and starring Sarah Hyland, Tyler James Williams, Anna Camp, and Jenna Dewan.
On the eve of their biggest gig ever, the four members of synth-rock band Starfoxy throw a rager that ends with a fan mysteriously dead in the pool. When the police interrogate the eccentric rockers, each one recounts very different stories in this clever murder mystery - a la Karasowa’s Rashomon.
Directed by Todd Berger (It's A Disaster) and starring Katie Cassidy, Drake Bell, Austin Swift, Jerry Trainor, and Debby Ryan.
Follow the hilarious journey of five YouTube celebrities on their way to a nationally televised talent competition. Meet Tomas Butterman and his “partner” Hank (Shane Dawson & Christian Delgrosso) known for parodies of popular music videos; Amber Day (Amanda Cerny) the YouTube “comedian” popular due to her voluptuous figure; Dale Hand (Steve Greene), a YouTube father who likes to stage elaborate pranks to scare his baby daughter, Lucy ; Veronica Decker (Wendy McColm), a struggling actress famous for the viral video she would like to forget; Dennis Wasserman (Richard Ryan) a “filmmaker” known for videos starring his cat, Mr. Blankets. Only one will be chosen as “Web Star of the Year” and go on to further fame and fortune. The question is, do any of them have any actual talent?
After finally graduating high school, 19-year-old slacker Martin (Kevin Wu) has big plans for the summer: to do absolutely nothing. He and his best friend Randall (Justin Chon) plan to spend all summer hanging out, playing video games, and laying around. Those plans are ruined when Martin’s girlfriend, Madison (Galadriel Stinemen), drops a bomb on his carefree summer: she’s pregnant, and she doesn’t want to see him until he grows up. With Martin’s life falling apart, he sets out to win Madison back by proving that he’s capable of being a father. He and Randall embark on a man-quest, looking for answers in all the wrong places. With Randall’s help, Martin must figure out what it means to be a Dad and MAN UP.