Writer  David A. Seader
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 115

“On the Hill” is a present day cross between “The Firm” and “The Skulls” that’s set in the San Francisco Literary/Art community. Where an outsider gets too close to the San Francisco high society he’s been researching for a novel, and inadvertently becomes part of the story he’s been writing about.

“On The Hill”

Writer  David A. Seader
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 111

“Bridges of the Heart” is a fresh take on “Good Will Hunting” in San Francisco. In it a gifted and self-destructive college dropout (dark, late 20s’s Logan Lerman), is torn between his love and talents as a writer, and a crushed/broken heart. When mandatory therapy sessions with a psychologist (late 40’s Robin Williams), are added to the equation though, more personal stories begin to unveil themselves in this personal, and inspirational tale.

“Bridges of the Heart”

Writer  Steven Murphy
United Kingdom
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 65

A detective is close to solving the one case that has driven him throughout his life, that of the serial killer known as The Skull Hunter. His obsession drives his every thought and action, risking relationships with his family, friends and all that he holds dear to himself, blurring the lines between obsession, his very existence and exposing repressed nightmares that force him to question his sanity as he spirals into a vortex of self destruction to achieve what he believes is his goal.

SKULL HUNTER

Writer  Ben Pfeiffer
Australia
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 85

Facing her own rapidly approaching mortality, a struggling, middle­aged writer travels to Malaysia to undertake a University fellowship.
There she befriends a young Muslim poet who challenges her perspectives on life and death.

Mercy

Writer  ANDRÉA COHIM
Brazil
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 16

A middle-aged couple, a son and a mystery. After all, what's behind that blue glass on the dinner table?

YOUR ABSENCE IN A BLUE CUP

Writer  Rico Jenkins
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 115

Obtaining mysterious abilities from an enigmatic object causes endless mayhem for a group of people, forcing them to battle against an unknown organization hidden within the world before they discover there is something else waiting dormant within the universe.

The Aura Affect

Writer  Magdalene Paniotte
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 120
Romantic Drama, Fantasy, Dark Comedy

A writer haunted by ghostly visions is led to a dark secret from his father's war past.

Days Of The Future Past

Writer  RJ Watson
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 119

A mother and daughter of privilege from Connecticut and a victim of sex trafficking from Haiti are drawn into a dangerous web of exploitation on the streets of San Francisco. Echoing the Persephone-Demeter myth, it is the tragic story of love and innocence destroyed by dark societal forces.

Perry

Writer  Robert Cole
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 102
Sci-fy, Fantasy, Romance, Social warfare, thriller, black comedy, vampire, erotic, comedy

In the days before the beginning of the French Revolution, young poet, Jean-Louis, toils as a butcher’s apprentice. His heart belongs to the beautiful and dangerous Madeleine. She, however, is smitten with the vampire Comte Henri de Morlane as she prefers the wealth of the aristocracy and the promise of everlasting life.

THEODORE

Writer  Mike Reid
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 90

When the red phone rings during an execution, the voice on the other end is not that of the governor’s, but that of a kidnapper demanding the governor pardon the death row convict by midnight or the warden’s wife will be killed.

EXECUTION DAY

Writer  Danielle Erlich
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 120

After her parents are murdered, the last dragon whisper — a 16 yr old grieving teenager named Luana — goes on an epic quest to avenge their deaths and rescue her village from blood-thirsty banshees.

Luana

Writer  Robert Harmon
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 101

On Easter weekend, two girls pray “A Moses Prayer” for God to change their Dad’s heart and let their family go to church on Sunday.

A MOSES PRAYER FOR EASTER

Writer  Paul Richard Price
United States
Television Script
Number of Pages: 45

Simon Kirk must travel back in time to bring back technology to stop a totalitarian government from enslaving humanity.

 

Pax Gravitate

Writer  Demetrio Casile
Italy
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 75

IS HE A LUNATIC? A JOKE? NO, IT' S THE REAL JESUS. ON AN ORDINARY DAY , IN AN ORDINARY CITY, HE STOPS AT A CROSSING, AT A LOSS. NO ONE CAN GET CLOSER THAN FOUR INCHES FROM HIS BODY. THE QUIET LIFE OF THE CITY IS SOON DISRUPTED, THEN THE ONE OF THE NATION. IN A FEW HOURS, THE WHOLE WORLD IS OVERTURNED BY THE APPARITION OF THIS MOST ENIGMATIC FIGURE.

THE LAST 12 HOURS OF JESUS

Writer  Gordon Greaves
United Kingdom
Television Script
Number of Pages: 71

Cape Town rugby star Themba appears to have it all: a contract to play for the Stormers, a Clifton Beach apartment and a beautiful girlfriend. But Themba has a connection to darker world: the world of the Keepers of the Stone. Keepers hide in plain sight, quietly maintaining their power and control over the planet. But when their crystal begins to run out, Themba is drawn into an epic Keeper power-struggle. Once the Half-blood, the outsider, the 'runt', Themba becomes the key to the future of the planet... if he can stay alive.

Bloodstone - TV drama miniseries

Writer  Ali Joumaa
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 100

Heartless

Writer  Rich Neher
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 125

My story is an Action-Heroine-Drama about a woman who wants revenge for her mother's death despite being a female in Afghanistan, a male-dominated and controlled country. She becomes a martyr and unknowingly creates a worldwide movement of women to rise and march by the millions for equal rights and opportunities.

The March

Writer  John Martins III
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 103

Based on a true story, three Christian missionaries face criminal charges in Greece after Communists falsely accuse them of kidnapping. Written with permission.

Trial by Trial

Writer  John Martins III
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 101

In Nazi Germany, a Lutheran bishop and a Catholic deacon fight to stop Hitler's forced euthanasia program, "Aktion T-4."

Aktion T-4

Writer  John Martins III
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 91

Dire consequences ensue when two Catholic priests clash during the 1980s Sanctuary Movement involving the lives of three innocent Central American refugees.

The Fourth Psalm

Writer  John Martins III
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 96

Twenty years after Christ's crucifixion, "Doubting" Thomas Didymus journeys to India to befriend Untouchables.

The Apostle

Writer  Patrick K Gamble
Australia
Short Script
Number of Pages: 40

Rich student Habib meets teacher's daughter Marion. They fall for each other hard but hide their true feelings. When Jerusalem falls to the Crusaders, the two close friends finally declare their love. It's hard not to be happy when you're both in love. Even on death's front porch.

Tears of Jerusalem

Writer  David Brichetto
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 104
Historical, Veteran, Jewish, Military, WWII, Holocaust

This script is based on the incredible life of Lieutenant Commander Jack Hedrick Taylor, United States Navy Reserve. It emphasizes his missions with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in World War II, his capture behind enemy lines, subsequent incarceration at Mauthausen concentration camp despite his prisoner of war status, and his testimony at the Nuremberg and Dachau war crimes trials. As a 'frogman,' Taylor was instrumental in the development of some of the first navy commando-style tactics and equipment, and utilized them on over a dozen missions. Navy SEALs (Sea, Air, Land) evolved from Taylor and his fellow frogmen of the OSS Maritime Unit.

Frogman

Writer  Adam Harris
United States
Screenplay, Short Script
Number of Pages: 14
Heist, Comedy, Romance, Caper

A former dancer-turned-choreographer struggles with her art and life as she tries to get her first production off the ground.

Go Your Own Way

Writer  Joseph Matarrese
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 132
Heist, Comedy, Romance, Caper
First-time Screenwriter

An American couple traveling in Venice gets caught up un a heist to steal a bottle of grappa worth a quarter of a million dollars.

The Great Grappa Caper

Writer  Catalina Gonzalez Leisenring
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 114
Drama, Romance, War, Action

Centered in the towns of Haifa, Ramallah, Gaza and Sierra Leon, the story is about a family consisting of a widow, her son, her daughter, a French boyfriend and the Arab maid. The daughter and her French boyfriend are UN workers who have recently met. Antoine (the boyfriend) works at the UN office in Ramallah, while Sarai, works in Haifa but later on gets sent to Sierra Leone.

Sarai

Writer  Herman Perera
Australia
Short Script
Number of Pages: 9
Drama

When Jo discovers a hidden side of Roy’s life, it was terrifying than late. Aaron commits an act that requires a meticulous cover up. Roy finds himself in the middle of a plight he is involved in, facing a great deal of regret. Together, Aaron & Roy must dig deep to escape the repercussions. How best can they handle the dilemma?

DEAD but not gone

Writer  Zsolt Pozsgai
Hungary
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 116

Bond /61/ and Clode/59/ are two “old-young” people. Bond is a man, Clode a woman. They could live anywhere in Europe but they live in Budapest in a small but respectable apartment. Among worn but usable armchairs.

BOND AND CLODE

Writer  Ileah Moore
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 147
First-time Screenwriter

“A story based on the life of my father, Bela Zelikowics.”- Tibor Zelikowics
LILIAN an American fashion designer of fifty years is sitting at a Viennese café and cannot help but notice a pair of elegant but well-worn vintage shoes sitting at the table beside her. Curiously she enquires about the shoes. KARL a somewhat well dressed sixty year old Hungarian is stirred by Lilian’s curiosity and unravels the dramatic story of his father, BÈLA ZELIKOWICS- a humble Jewish shoemaker who courageously survives a Pogrom, the Great Depression, two World Wars and the 1956 Hungarian/Russian Revolution

My Father's Shoes

Writer  A. L. Lee
United States
Short Script
Number of Pages: 25
Comedy

An arrogant, self satisfied man named, RICHARD (DICK) YORK, has the misfortunate of insulting the wrong witches in New York City's Central Park. Turned into a toad and unable to lie, Dick must find a true love and loyal heart to break the spell. In this world of Facebook, Snap Chats and Tweets, would a toad be able to get anyone to spare a moment to help him, much less be his true love and loyal heart?

Purgatory: A Love Story

Writer  Maninder Chana
Canada
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 119

Three friends go from small time hustlers to international drug dealers without ever firing a bullet during the final days of the free-love movement in the 1970s.

Moroccan Blonde

Writer  Naomi Lisner
Australia
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 102
comedy, romance

Sally and Celeste are two best friends in their 50's. After a life of raising a family, and a series of terrible dates they both return to acting and are both met with a string of rejections. A hilarious look at the film & TV industry.

The Imbalance

Writer  Robert Cox
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 86

Carl is an eleven year old with serious health problems. He has a brain tumor that he is being treated for, but the loss of hair and the fear the other children in his class have of him has made his life even more miserable. The constant teasing and shunning he receives makes him dread going to school. His mother and he have moved in with his grandfather when his Carl's own father deserts them, after telling his wife and son that he can't deal with the strain of caring for a sick child.

The Door

Writer  Jean Galliano
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 105
Historical Fiction, Drama, Mysticism

Being pursued by Roman assassins and becoming separated for three years, Ethiopian Princess, the Mari of Magdala and her child, Sara secretly and perilously journey from Judea to Egypt, over the sea and through Gaul, finally to Glastonbury to build the first Christian Church.
Desposyni is based on the legends of Mary Magdalene and Saint Sara la Kali; the Black Madonnas.

Desposyni

Writer  David Thorndill
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 110
Sci-Fi

After a thousand year voyage in cryo-suspension the first interstellar astronauts crash onto planet Omega only to be captured by stone-age humanoids. They discover the Omegans are descendants of humans who left the earth a century after they left, but their space ship was ten times faster and landed on Omega 800 years ago.    

The Voyage of Genesis 2

Writer  Jon Michaelson
Canada
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 114

Alternating between the past in Northern California and the present in Israel, ASTONISHED LIVES follows the journey of a recently widowed Jewish American man in his 40's.
Mourning his beloved wife Madeleine, Lenny travels to Israel for the first time, struggling to find a way to cope with the loss of his mate of twenty years who succumbed to cancer.

ASTONISHED LIVES

Writer  David Thorndill
United States
Short Script
Number of Pages: 18

A priest finds that the problems of a man who lies, a gay man, and three grieving sisters are overshadowed by a dead dog.

Judas and the Dead Dog-Baltimore

Writer  David Thorndill
United States
Screenplay
Number of Pages: 116
Thriller

Dolphins communicate with each other, and with brains as large as humans may be as intelligent. An eccentric biology professor negotiates peace when dolphins trained by the U.S. Navy for undersea demolition capture the Presidential yacht and attack and kill whalers and sailors.

The Rise of the Dolphins

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