Suite 437 is a New York-based production company born of a lifelong friendship and dedication to storytelling which brings female centered stories into the spotlight.
Buttball, set during the Reagan years, Buttball is a slice-of-life piece pinpointing a crucial moment in the life of fifth-grader Erin as she realizes her own world of gender politics – what it means to be female, and the repercussions of excelling in a boy’s world.
Slamdance called Buttball, 'an unusual and joyful piece of writing'. Awards and Ranking include: (2018 Atlanta Film Festival- Quarterfinalist, Austin Film Festival 2017- Second Rounder, Oregon Film Awards 2017-2nd Place, Hollywood Screenplay Contest 2017- Finalist , Filmmatic Screenplay Awards 2017- Finalist, 2017 Artists Alliance Short Screenplay Competition- Finalist, 22nd FadeIN Awards- Quarterfinalist, Cinequest 2016 Short Screenplay Contest- Quarterfinalist).
In association with Trauma 4 Productions and Loud at Night, Buttball, completed production in 2019 and is actively in festival consideration through 2021. Winner of Outstanding Narrative Short- Art of Brooklyn Film Festival 2020, SOHO International Film 2020 SOMA Film Festival 2020 and Lady Filmmakers Film Festival 2020, LaFemme Film Festival 2020 and STIFF 2020.
WFH/Work from Home: an office comedy where everyone works remotely. At the center is Liz, a disgraced NYC journalist, who finds a job in an HR company with coworkers from all walks of life. Over time, this unlikely cast of characters dismantles her liberal elitism, and it's here that she finds her true voice. The pilot will begin production in 2021.
Stalled is a coming of age tale for late 30somethings. When Eve's best friend and former boyfriend announce they're pregnant- Eve sees that she's no longer 20 or even 30 and it's time to grow up or come as close to doing so as possible...Is life just about paying rent (on time) and getting famous?
Written, produced by Maryll Botula, Stalled is Suite 437's first feature film starring: Nate Dushku, Lindsay Rae Taylor Andrew Schwartz and Maryll Botula. (2017 Hoboken International Film Festival- official selection; 2017 Broad Humor Film Festival- Semi-Finalist).