Movies – Blue Shark Pictures, LLC & Jeffrey Gliwa, Producer

Please enjoy the following movies produced by Jeffrey “Blue Shark” Gliwa;

Sacred Blood – Trailer

Directed by Christopher Coppola

Executive Producer Jeffrey Gliwa

Genres: Horror, Drama

Synopsis: For Natia, firing bullets at her sister’s head and narrowly missing is all in a days work. After taking over the family business, her sharp shooting act is the only thing keeping the declining Orbeliani Circus afloat. When a stranger and his dog drifts into her home town of Batumi, Georgia from the Black Sea, peddling his own act, Natia wonders if a change of fortune is finally on the horizon. As the circus’s prospects begin to rise so do suspicions that the stranger is not who he seems. A fateful interaction forces changes upon Natia and she must leave her family to protect them from what she is becoming. Soon, she is traveling to a different city-by-the-bay, San Francisco, where confrontation and opportunity release a violent darkness rooting within her. Fighting against her loneliness and the rules of this new world, she is befriended by a troubled young artist with an innocent soul. Will this tenuous love lead her out of the darkness? Or, are they merely two halves of broken whole?


Torch – Trailer

Directed by Christopher Coppola

Executive Producer Jeffrey Gliwa

Genres: Thriller, Jungle Movie

Synopsis: Clara grew up in the Belize jungles but was sent to live in San Francisco after a childhood trauma. Her older boyfriend, Gabriel encourages a trip back to her jungle home. Once arriving, the familiar faces and tropic environment fills Clara with hope for a brighter future. She’s soon reminded that the jungle has a dark side and begins to realize that Gabriel may have an even darker one himself.






Arid Cut – Trailer

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Directed by Rob Nilsson

Executive Producer Jeffrey Gliwa

Genre: Drama

Synopsis: Sky-high housing costs, rents no one can pay, urban development, and street crime make life difficult for RV dwellers in Berkeley, California. City bureaucrats collaborate with real estate agents to gentrify neighborhoods forcing out already marginalized people living in cars, trucks, and RVs. With no more West to escape to, they contemplate turning back East. Sandy 1, the clan’s Mother Teresa, beset with seizures, her nephew Rail, a young poet and tap dancer, traveling with his girlfriend Mitra on a motorcycle, look for clues to Arid Cut, a place in the desert where Rail might find Bert Neville, the father he never met. Ziggy and Travis, builders and jacks of all trades, think they might have a clue as the building site they’re working is shut down by the city. Taylor is a rapper looking for gigs along the way with his eccentric agent, Wes and his stoner friend, Geoff. Lucille drives Uber and lives with her mother in a van. Herbie sells meth for Pinto, dealer and RV dweller, in order to keep his younger brother in school. Sandy 1 suddenly dies of a seizure and friends gather to mourn. In Sandy’s honor, and to help Rail, they agree to head East on a search for Arid Cut.

The Protector (In Development)

Directed by David Morrell

Executive Producer Jeffrey Gliwa

Partner: Jeffrey Greenstein

Genre: Drama

Synopsis: The secret weapon developed by the man Cavanaugh is assigned to protect multiplies the effects of fear, incapacitating its victims. A lot of people want Daniel Prescott’s secret, but Cavanaugh needs the antidote. When Prescott disappears after causing the death of the team charged with keeping him alive, Cavanaugh and his wife Jamie go after him in a high-speed chase that traps them between government agents and foreign operatives each racing to find the scientist. In this propulsive thriller, Morrell turns the tables so often that it’s hard to separate the good guys from the bad ones, but that won’t keep readers addicted to violence, treachery, and high-tech weaponry from staying with it to the last surprising chapter.