Lucky Ducks

Written, Produced & Directed by Tracey Jackson

A mother’s search to find out why privileged children are the most unhappy leads her on a quest with her fifteen-year-old daughter that takes them from Manhattan to the slums of Mumbai, to the wilds of Montana and to all the experts they can find, only to discover the problems had as much to do with her as her daughter all along.


Confessions of a Shopaholic

Screenplay by Tracey Jackson and Tim Firth

Rebecca (Isla Fisher) is a sweet New York City girl who has a tiny problem that’s turning into a big problem: she’s addicted to shopping and drowning in a sea of debt. While Rebecca has dreams of working for a top fashion magazine, she can’t quite get her foot in the door—that is, until she snags a job as an advice columnist for a new magazine.


The Other End of the Line

Written by Tracey Jackson

A beautiful Call Center Operator in Mumbai (Shriya Saran) finds herself trapped between two worlds: the one she inhabits by night – pretending to be an all American Girl, and the one she lives by day – as a woman in a traditional Indian family. Her life gets turned upside down when she and one of her customers (Jesse Metcalfe) start flirting over the phone.


The Guru

Written by Tracey Jackson

Only a guru could have predicted the fate awaiting Ramu Gupta (Jimi Mistry), a young Indian dance teacher with the best moves in Delhi. Mesmerized by a friend’s promise of a New York penthouse and a red Mercedes, he gives up the comforts of home to become a star in America. But the road to fame in New York is no magic carpet ride.