At the start of World War II, a one-room school teacher in rural America befriends an illiterate farmer and his widowed mother when he teaches him how to read to unexpected, and possibly tragic, consequences. *** Uplifting, nostalgic, thought-provoking war-era drama; 15 pages. Screenwriter is a 2013 Page International Screenwriting Competition Finalist in the Shorts category.
When four female friends gather together after the funeral of one of their husbands to commiserate, the arrival of an unexpected guest turns the tables on the grieving widow. *** Contained drama with spirited/witty dialogue and comedic flashes; 1 location; 5 actors (4 females in their late 20s/early 30s; 1 female in her late teens/early 20s); 14 pages. Screenwriter is a 2013 Page International Screenwriting Competition Finalist in the Shorts category.
When a long time photo journalist's son argues with his wife over what to do with his deceased father's old, beat up camera, something stirs within the camera, causing it to recall events it has seen, good and bad.
SPIDERS AND SNAKES - A teen bored with small-town life finds excitement in the company of a female fugitive but the journey she takes him on could be his last. Male lead, 16. Female lead, late teens to mid-20s. Four male supporting characters. Exteriors near a freeway and on a country road. Interiors in a van, a car and a house. Writer has produced feature credits.
Jesus Sanchez wants one simple thing: to support his family and spend time with them. But his employer stands in his way when they slash his hours to 29.0 or less to avoid giving him healthcare. Jesus is forced to get a second job and finds he can support his family but his time with them suffers and they suffer. Will they survive or will the family be torn apart by corporate greed?
Life has dealt Brian Kirby Jones a horrible hand. Nature and nurture battle for supremacy at Brian's expense. The birth of a serial killer is a complicated process and free will, or the lack of it, will determine Brian's fate.
Eugene Singleton has been granting wishes for an eternity, but his wishes always come with a price, and they are often intertwined with the wishes of others. As Eugene is fond of saying, "Be careful what you wish for."
In a future where memory line software allows users to revisit old memories, the technology's billionaire founder returns home after a twenty year absence.
Writing reviewed by Wendy Mitchell (Editor of Screen International) as "snappily written, with a great pace about it...dialogue also well written."
A journalist interviews a renowned criminal, but finds that their conversation reveals something much greater at stake.
Script reviewed by Wendy Mitchell, Editor of Screen International, as "snappily written, with a great pace about it...dialogue also well written."
Johnny, is a bully at school. He sits in the principle's office with his victim, Megan. He is taught a valuable lesson when, Megan, gives him her cross. They meet 20 years later and, Johnny, became a priest. One moment can define a lifetime.
Jen, is having a bad day! Up late, broken heels, stained dress, car breaks down. Her boss degrades her ability to give a presentation, until, her friend gives her the chance of a lifetime and they are promoted and her boss is demoted!! Yay!!