"Beatrice & The Bike Thief" is a Disney-like comedy about a smart-alecky 12 year old who considers herself an ace detective. Beatrice knows she's wise for her years compared to her pals, but they're all apart of her extended family. So much so, that when her friends bike is stolen while the kids are in school, Beatrice immediately assembles the clues, and the search is on. She finally tracks down the Thief... with an almost catastrophic ending.
Edited by Fred Casanova, including sound design and visual effects, the movie was written, produced, lensed in High Definition, and directed by Frank Casanova.
"Beatrice & The Bike Thief" premiered in the Fall of 2009 and went on to win many awards, including the top honors in it's category at the Western States Regional WAVE awards.