In 1935, Vivien Howard is the only female director at Lion Studios. She has a string of hits and a passion for her latest project, the Civil War love story Storm of the South.
Weston Holmes is the handsome partner of Holmes International, the parent company of Lion Studios. Averse to risk and focused on the bottom line, he's worried that audiences won't accept an epic war picture directed by a young woman.
With Hollywood in the midst of the Great Depression, and the Women's Decency League railing against working women, Vivien struggles to convince Weston that she is the best director to make this movie. When a publicity mishap lands them in a staged marriage of convenience, Vivien and Weston must learn to overcome their differences to finish the film and find their Hollywood ending.
If you love the fast-paced and witty dialogue of Laura Willig's The Other Daughter, or Beatriz Williams' and Natalie Meg Evans' captivating depiction of glamorous and bygone eras, then you will love Studio Relations.
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