Entertainment One (eOne) will develop both projects, based on work produced by The Shining director prior to his death in 1999.
Downslope - written by Kubrick - is described as an epic Civil War drama. The TV movie will follow Confederate Army Colonel John S. Mosby and his rivalry with George Armstrong Custer.
The second drama God Fearing Man is from a screenplay by Kubrick and has been adapted for television by Stephen R. Clarke.
Based on a true story, the mini-series follows Herbert Emerson Wilson, a Canadian minister who became one of the best safe-crackers and most successful bank robbers in America in the early 20th century.
Philip Hobbs (Full Metal Jacket) and Steve Lanning (Trial & Retribution) have teamed with Entertainment One to develop the two TV projects.
"We're excited to be able to bring these extraordinary works to life on the small screen and to be joining forces with Philip and Steve who bring a wealth of experience and personal connection to the projects," said Michael Rosenberg, eOne Television's EVP, US Scripted Television.
"We're certain audiences and fans will hold a high level of expectation, which we plan to deliver. This is real event television."
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