Diverse Voices (Fall 2017) >> Results

Winners

  • Midnight

    Jamel Northern • Horror • Short • 34 pages

  • The Value Shopping Network

    Meg Favreau • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    After accidentally setting her news studio on fire, type-A journalist Jen Faulk is forced to take a job at the only place she can get it--a floundering TV shopping network.

  • Chico Grande

    Jesus Celaya • Family • Feature • 114 pages

    A boy in 1960's Mexico struggles with identity- all the while obsessing over the TV Western serials of that era.

  • The Face of the Earth

    Amanda Bermudez • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

    In a perilous reversal of image and anonymity, a Japanese-American model enters Witness Protection after exposing a sex trafficking ring, but her idyllic new life – and nascent romance with an erudite barmaid – are threatened by a brutal ex-flame and her own mortal obsession with the public eye.

Finalists

  • Children of Pan

    Candela Echenique, Ricardo Uhagón Vivas • Horror • Feature • 103 pages

    At a boarding school for troubled youth, a teenage rebel finds herself drawn into a dangerous cult masquerading as one of the school clubs.

  • The Lean

    Pearse Lehane • Feature

  • Knife to a Gunfight Script

    Gemal Woods • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

  • A CONSUMING FIRE

    Chris Phillips • Drama • Television • 54 pages

  • TOUCH THE FIRE

    Kevin Karp • Comedy • Feature • 122 pages

    See title page of script for logline.

  • DARUMA

    Kelli McNeil • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    (Little Miss Sunshine meets Born on the Fourth of July meets Bad Santa) Logline: PATRICK (30s, bitter paraplegic) must enlist the help of his detestable neighbor ROBERT (60s, double arm amputee) to transport the four-year-old daughter he never knew he had to live with her maternal grandparents on the other side of the country.

  • The King's Crossroads

    Alex D. Reid • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

    In the winter of 1961, a young Bob Dylan investigates the myth of Robert Johnson, the long dead blues legend who allegedly sold his soul to the devil.

  • Evolution

    Cara Winter • Sci-fi • Television • 61 pages

    In the not-too-distant future, climate change has turned London into Venice, and the booming autistic population has been quarantined and enslaved. One gifted man is poised to save humanity, but first, he must learn to save himself.

  • Enfect

    Bo Shim • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    Upon retiring, Dr. Gao Yaojie discovers a secret the Chinese government is trying to hide: widespread AIDS outbreaks in rural areas, caused by the government's own unsanitary blood market. She decides to help those affected despite the risks it might pose her family.

  • Estevan the Black

    Michael Choi, Karl Bauer • Drama • Feature • 96 pages

    Based on historical events. In 1528, the largest Conquistador army ever assembled set sail for the New World to discover and conquer the golden city - Cibola. Among the expedition’s ranks was a slave, Estevan, the first African to set foot in North America. An army of 600 went in search of the golden city. Only five survived.

  • A View From The Sea

    Jonny Pasvolsky • Drama • Short • 9 pages

    A young father's dream becomes a fantasy that he may have to pay for with his daughter's life.

  • Kyla's War - Series Pilot - "Snow Angels"

    Hank Isaac • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A twelve-year old girl is the pampered pigtailed daughter of a respected surgeon by day and, by night, a WWII Resistance fighter who is quickly becoming the scourge of the Third Reich.

  • RIVER

    Roderick Stevens • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    A feisty young man with Down syndrome is determined to get to the Grand Canyon in spite of his scatterbrained brother, a tenacious sheriff, an escaped convict, a runaway bride and Elvis Presley. Part road movie and part noir thriller, yet ultimately about learning to let go, River takes place in Arizona during a hot, summer day in 1981. Imagine “No Country for Old Men” meets "Little Miss Sunshine"!

  • CHERRY HILL BLUES

    Shay Ball • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

    Deep in the forgotten flat lands of rural California, a group of childhood friends struggles to settle into new adulthood as relationships are tested and long shot summer romances go awry.

  • A BETTER PLACE

    Katterina Powers • Western • Feature • 120 pages

    A penniless heiress, in search of her family, is stranded alone on the western frontier, but after crossing paths with The Wild Bunch, she is torn between her pursuit of truth and embracing her inner outlaw, as she becomes the legendary fugitive, Etta Place.

  • Devil River

    David Sullivan • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

    When a slave preacher is separated from his wife and child, he escapes into the cutthroat world of riverboat gambling so he can win their freedom no matter the cost.

  • HAZMAT

    Capucine Berney • Drama • Television • 53 pages

  • The Polish Medallion

    Siovonne Smith • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

    Logline: Women are War Heroes... too. Synopsis: Life's not always what you expect. Stena and her young son are traveling to Warsaw at the start of World War II when their stable lives suddenly explode. The face of their future flips and everyone must reinvent themselves to survive. Through fateful connections and adaptability Stena transforms herself into an underground agent and becomes immersed in the perils and horrors of the Holocaust and World War II. When a secret assignment forces Stena into the darkness and atrocities of the Warsaw Jewish ghetto, Stena views humanity at its worst and best. Through it all love, lives, and destiny intertwine and change forever and Stena discovers that war changes you... and everyone. Based on a true story "The Polish Medallion" unfolds the ravages of war, survival, and love... sometimes when you least expect it. War. Reinvention. Holocaust. Intrigue. "The Polish Medallion" is adapted from the novel "Memories of Smoke & Ashes" A World War II Story by Andre Pohlman.

  • WHITE COYOTE

    arla bowers • Historical • Feature • 96 pages

    The Long Walk of the Navajo shatters the peaceful world of a young woman and her proud Dine' family. Through the love of a maverick lieutenant, she helps return her people to their homeland. (Inspired by true events)

  • THE GREAT PRETENDERS

    Jillian Lauren • Comedy • Feature • 96 pages

    A washed-up actor finds self-acceptance and true love as a celebrity impersonator- of himself.

  • Californio

    Pedro Fernandez • Western • Feature • 97 pages

    Manifest Destiny turns its eyes to California. The winds of change strike two young men who grew up as brothers. Now they find themselves pitted against each other. One is the most notorious bandit in the land; the other is the lawman that chases him.

  • Mother Tongue

    Ann Rosen • Drama • Feature • 105 pages

    A young woman with a chip on her shoulder must learn Japanese to unravel her past when her dying mother reverts to her native language.

  • Buffalo Nation

    Alexander Major • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

  • Absolute Priority

    Rebecca McElroy • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

    When the death of his newborn coincides with a career altering legal defeat, a struggling attorney must challenge a corrupt bankruptcy scheme in order to free himself from the bondage of guilt, save his family and rescue his career.

  • Dark-Skinned Girls

    Edith Cheng • Drama • Feature • 103 pages

    Two high school seniors try to navigate their final year of high school while dealing with blossoming relationships, financial stress, and cultural differences. Just another typical day in the life of a dark-skinned girl.

  • A Brotherhood

    Bandar Albuliwi • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

    An injured and listless veteran finds purpose again when he sets out to save his brother who has been captured by ISIS in Syria.

  • Dukkha

    Rachana Suri • Drama • Feature • 107 pages

    When a poor Indian farmer marries his daughters abroad in hopes of a better life, the nightmare only begins as one sister tries to save the other from the dark life of trafficking she has had to endure.

  • Alieu the Dreamer

    Quincy Ledbetter • Drama • Feature • 96 pages

    In a world where humans haven't dreamed for three decades, a driven government agent discovers a struggling young man in the projects who has started dreaming.

  • Silhouette

    Lukas Hassel • Feature • 99 pages

  • Trinn Begins

    Dani Milton • Action • Feature • 108 pages

    A traumatized but hardened woman scrapes up money to move to a safer neighborhood, only to discover sadistic sex traffickers already there. As the traffickers escalate, she faces a choice: move again… or fight.

  • ON THE WING

    Lynn Esta Goldman • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    After a miraculous recovery from a terminal illness, a young African-American woman sets out to confront the mother who abandoned her – but first she must contend with an eleven-year old boy from a chaotic foster home who insists on coming along.

  • Catfish And The Crabs

    Sojean Peou • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

Semifinalists

  • Days of Infamy - Pilot

    Saiya Floyd • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    During WWII, a Japanese American man’s attempt to keep the peace between his community and internment camp officials is complicated by the return of his disillusioned son and a growing threat from a group of rebels.

  • Leaky

    PAUL CLARKE • Animated • Feature • 110 pages

  • THE LINCOLN PROJECT

    W Stewart • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

    An African American activist finds himself indebted to a Caucasian Conservative journalist as their lives become entangled by racial violence.

  • The Pysanky Connection

    Phineas Fiske • Feature • 108 pages

    To save the world from nuclear holocaust, NYPD Detective Ivan Ardan must find nuclear secrets hidden in an Easter egg. At least, that's what the State Department tells him. But maybe he can save himself from his own past, too.

  • The Natives

    Michael Lee • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages

  • HIELERA

    Cindy Kitagawa • Drama • Feature • 107 pages

  • Gold Medal Domination

    Karolyn Carnie • Comedy • Feature • 101 pages

    An FBI analyst, dreams of getting over her inability to read people to one day be a field agent, and a complacent Boston traffic cop, that was forced into this line of work by the his Chief of Police father, and has always wanted to be the next Elvis Stojko, will both get their chances to live their dreams when they are tapped to go undercover at the winter Olympics to thwart a terrorist attack.

  • Top Secret Rosies pilot episode

    LeAnn Erickson • Television • 54 pages

  • Run to Your Soul

    Gil Hizon • Drama • Feature • 90 pages

    Through a chronicle of his three relationships, told in vignettes over a span of twelve years, a conflicted gay man struggles to figure out why he keeps falling for people with addictive personalities.

  • RISE

    KAthleen Rakela • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

  • Black and Blonde

    Klaudia Morawa, Bradley Carter • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    Jennifer Robbins, a rookie police officer, gets her dream assignment to the Missing Persons Unit. There, she's partnered with Nikki Black, a seasoned detective battling alcoholism after the suicide of her husband.

  • THE 405

    Patrick Byrne • Horror • Feature • 101 pages

    Commuters on a busy Los Angeles freeway battle gridlock... and an apocalyptic infection raging through the city.

  • Lenore

    Goldie Jones • Drama • Feature • 89 pages

    Lenore's job was simple; get rid of the bodies. Until the day she's asked to clean up the body of a teenage girl who isn't quite dead and isn't at all who she appears to be.

  • Old Lady Dilemmas: PILOT (Vaginas)

    Lora-Ellen McKinney • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 74 pages

  • JUST SOUTH OF NORMAL

    Ellen Gerstein • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    Just South Of Normal, is a dramedy series that centers around two high functioning men with developmental disabilities who together take on the world. As they encounter a society with a broad spectrum of people and experiences you may ask… “Normal”? What is “NORMAL”?

  • Great Minds

    Lillian Lu • Drama • Short • 19 pages

  • Reckless Notion 99

    Kathie Scholl • Thriller • Feature • 125 pages

    A reformed, Irish hit man living in the US Witness Protection Program, is forced out of hiding by revenge seekers who use members of his family who are Black, know nothing of his criminal past, and believe he is dead, to lure him into their death trap.

  • The Music Box

    Stephen Curran • Drama • Feature • 129 pages

    The Music Box - Drama - Austria, 1827 A talented young female pianist who aims to study at the Salzburg Academy is opposed by her aunt who wants to marry her off to solve her financial difficulties.

  • Puppy Play

    Waylon Baker • Comedy • Feature • 95 pages

  • Dreams...in the Key of C

    Carlos de los Angeles • Other • Television (One-hour) • 54 pages

    C is a singer with some.. issues. He and his diverse crew - an ensemble of wanna-be's - try to swim in the shark tank waters of the LA music scene

  • Private

    Alana Branch • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 37 pages

    A comedy-drama that revolves around aspiring songwriter and soldier Harmony Brokett as she tackles her first duty station overseas.

  • The Institution

    Christopher Crane • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 63 pages

    After arriving to their rural mountain town campus, a suburban wallflower and a street smart East Oaklander struggle to lock down roster spots while grappling with racism and D-I culture shock, and a controversial coaching hire turns the campus on its ear.

  • Molineaux

    Deron Albright • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 51 pages

    When a freed American slave sets his sights on the bare-knuckle boxing championship of the world, he must face not only his opponent in the ring, but an entire nation.

  • A Little Too Broken

    Brad Vance • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    Two broken men, one a disabled veteran and the other HIV positive, must overcome their romantic pessimism to find friendship and love.

  • Nekkid

    William Gammon • Feature • 95 pages

    A professor faces his own emotional damage as he struggles to write the biography of a dead Southern playwright whose work was eclipsed by Tennessee Williams' plays in his lifetime.

  • Boston Marriage: Pilot: Tea is Served

    Leslie Linder • Drama • Television • 68 pages

    In “Boston Marriage” a college-educated socialite in the pre-WWI Boston finds her dream marriage imploding as she becomes embroiled in a romantic relationship with a militant suffragette from England.

  • Behind Barbed Eyes

    Davina Kotulski • Drama • Feature • 121 pages

    An incarcerated female bank robber must face the wreckage of her past to truly free herself.

  • Con Alma

    Sam Henderson • Short • 13 pages

    On the night of his final performance, a celebrated jazz guitarist has a unexpected visitor who will change his tune.

  • The Crossing

    Joshua Bartolome • Horror • Feature • 80 pages

    While attempting to cross the Mexican border in the Pacific Ocean to see his wife and child in America, an illegal immigrant and five other Mexican passengers struggle to survive when their boat is attacked by a gigantic predatory squid.

  • Cowboy Bob

    Melissa Emery • Historical • Feature • 104 pages

    In Texas in the 1990s, a lonely middle-aged woman sends a seasoned FBI agent on a wild goose chase by robbing banks dressed like an old male cowboy. She does this at first to pay off crippling medical debts but then can't stop because it feeds her yearning for adventure.

  • Wrath of Angels

    Jordan Dale • Action • Feature • 98 pages

    A kidnapped woman escapes ISIS only to return with a female fighting unit to rescue her mother and sister from becoming sex slaves.

  • Witness

    Ehsan Knopf • Sci-fi • Television • 64 pages

    A mute hacker plots her escape from a dangerous brainwashing program, before her fellow prisoners--or the despotic A.I. charged with overseeing them--can destroy her.

  • Molokai Channel

    Holly Sereni • Family • Feature • 105 pages

    At age 11, Scotty develops a mortal fear of the one thing he had always loved most: the ocean. Twenty years later, he is compelled by mysterious signs to break parole and pull together his childhood friends to race their old outrigger canoe across the world's most treacherous ocean crossing.

  • THE DISEASE

    Khalil Sullins • Horror • Feature • 117 pages

    After planting evidence to convict the wrong man of serial murder, a Latina police detective diagnosed with terminal breast cancer must confront her own ethnic identity as she searches for the true culprit behind a gruesome killing spree that ignites race riots in Mobile, Alabama.

  • Creator of Chaos

    Richard Sharrah • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 52 pages

  • Blackout.con

    Ruben Bush III • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

    In an attempt to help their community, two young African American men find a unique yet dangerous way to take on white supremacy.

  • Bitches In Season

    Sasha Feiler • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    In order to get her inheritance, a 31-year-old trust fund baby must earn a dog agility Lifetime Award for her recently deceased mother’s prized poodle.

  • From God And Family I Descend

    Josephine Pulu Bezzina • Drama • Feature • 122 pages

  • Holier Than Thou

    Kelsey Cressman • Drama • Television (Half-hour) • 35 pages

    Following a stint in prison for drug possession, Bea moves back home with her tough mother who is determined to fix her daughter's broken life. Joined by her older brothers - a Bourdain wannabe Youtube "star" and a freshly divorced cup salesman on the brink of a breakdown - the suddenly reunited family must finally lift the rug and atone for a lifetime of Catholic repression.

  • Bernie's Wish

    Carol Kalusek • Comedy • Feature • 96 pages

  • The Laundromat ("La Lavandaria")

    Dorothy Kozak Snoke • Action • Feature • 110 pages

    When an FBI raid against a Mexican drug cartel in LA goes awry, two young female victims are caught in the crossfire, one a mother struggling to stay alive, and the other, the autistic daughter of an FBI agent tasked with bringing the cartel to justice.

  • The Prophet

    Victoria Grace Walden • Television • 58 pages

  • Ninja Mom

    Ren Hanami • Fantasy • Feature • 108 pages

    When a suburban soccer mom’s son is kidnapped by an ancient supernatural enemy, she must use her own secret identity as a ninja to save him and ultimately the world.

  • Welcome to the Real World

    Nancy Frazen • Comedy • Feature • 90 pages

    A liberal college graduate must navigate the challenges of her first teaching job at her old public elementary school

  • Sandwich Man

    Dwayne Conyers • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 30 pages

    The owner of a trendy sandwich shop discovers a new customer is his daughter. He is clueless what to do with a 15-year-old girl he never knew existed. Her mother is adamant that she return home immediately. Neither realizes that the girl has a hidden agenda.

  • Elote

    Robin Smith • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

  • Scattering Jake

    Erica Tachoir • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

    A young widow dumps her deceitful husband's ashes down the sink in a fit of rage the night before a trip to scatter those ashes with his family and the woman who has his transplanted heart.

  • Hopeful Soul

    Robert Axelrod • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

    A black widowed gospel singer helps a troubled white orphaned teenager find refuge in the black community and the culture of gospel music, as the racial tensions of 1967 Detroit escalate into the historic Detroit race riots.

  • Bars

    Oliver White • 64 pages

  • Blue Lace

    kristen twomey • Television • 55 pages

  • The Last Shred of Daylight

    Jaclyn Powell • Drama • Short • 12 pages

    The abused wife of a tenant farmer thinks she has nothing to live for when her husband abandons her and their failing farm.

  • Hunters Pointe

    SCOTT LIAPIS • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

  • Connection

    Jace Lacob • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    When a secret support group for psychics is targeted by a murderer, a former socialite with the ability to see the past of any object or person she touches must team up with a mysterious stranger to unmask the killer.

  • Welcome to Storyville

    Rickie Castaneda • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 pages

    Set in turn of the century New Orleans, the real life colorful saints and sinners of Storyville fight for money and power in America’s most notorious yet legal red light district.

  • Mr Big Hero

    Tom Nolan • Comedy • Feature • 96 pages

    When a gangster comes for revenge and the police won’t help, a hapless shopkeeper must turn to his wife and the local community – but he doesn’t want to worry his wife and the locals are all ‘busy’ that day. That leaves only his imaginary friend, who at least has the virtue of being Wyatt Earp.

  • The Rogue Assassin

    Linsen Oyosa • Thriller • Feature • 114 pages

    A skilled assassin, who was an orphan raised to be a killer, is assigned to hunt down a bombmaker, but after her partner is killed, she discovers her mentor has been lying her entire life.

  • Dream Rehearsal

    Winnie Khaw • Sci-fi • Feature • 106 pages

    In a futuristic utopian world sustained by paranormals that is concealing a horrifying secret, a quirky young psychic must navigate a bewildering dreamscape in order to Awaken from a coma.

  • Patchwork

    Amanda Keener • Fantasy • Feature • 113 pages

    A sarcastic sixteen-year-old realist accepts the devastating loss of her mother after a magical cat plunges her into a thrilling adventure in search of a music box that can grant wishes... for a price.

  • Phineas

    Eudie Pak • Other • Television (Half-hour) • 30 pages

    When an emotionally absent sister reveals a humanoid robot will be their mother's caretaker, her dissenting religious older brother takes her to task.

  • STORMCHASER

    Gretl Claggett • Short • 30 pages

  • Urban Ed

    Wade Wofford • Feature • 88 pages

    Logline: A small charter school in the inner city closes in the middle of the school year. As five former students transition to their new school, they struggle to reconcile the conflicting lessons the world around them is teaching. Tagline: Who's teaching what?

  • Moonflower

    Beth Curry • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

    In 1928 Mississippi, a white woman and black woman have an affair while battling the racial tensions of a small town.

  • Best Self

    Viv Mansueter • Drama • Feature • 102 pages

  • Dirty Back Road

    Matt Clemons • Drama • Feature • 112 pages

    A former hustler lives a life of vagrancy, wandering the rural roads of Georgia as his compulsion for picking up litter leads him on a journey to pick up the pieces of his broken past.

  • Waystation

    Stephanie Arapian • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    Recently deceased and existing between life and death, bartender Jaelyn guides lost souls in confronting their real inner demons to escape purgatory and potentially earn her second chance at life.

  • Rumspringa

    Marc Moody • Drama • Feature • 98 pages

    Two young Amish men from Pawnee City, Nebraska go through Rumspringa, a time Amish youth are allowed social freedom before officially joining the church, when both fall in love with each other – discovered, ex-communicated and forced out from their safe Amish community into the unknown world of “the English”.

  • ADVICE FOR TEENAGE OUTCASTS

    Dennis Escobedo • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

    A transgender girl runs for prom queen, and discovers the true meaning of friendship.

  • The Other One

    Corey O'Connell • Drama • Short • 18 pages

  • Hussy Among the Lost Girls

    Ludvig Wiegner • Drama • Feature • 95 pages

    Fourteen year-old Arlene is isolated in a girls’ charm-school, but when a pretty new teacher brings a boy with her, Arlene crashes head first into her emerging lesbian-sexuality and she doesn't understand it.

  • Polycarp's Place

    Alvin Chua • Comedy • Feature • 110 pages

    A wrongfully convicted perennial loser gets a tough-life break when the state awards him an inner city mansion, only to find out his place comes with a twin plague: It is claimed by a criminal gang and is haunted by a racist ghost.

  • DANNEMORA

    Matt Williams, Andrew Griffiths • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

    An African American war veteran wrongfully imprisoned for criminal insanity battles against a corrupt corrections system and his own inner demons to single handedly petition the Supreme Court to free him and thousands of other inmates. Based on a true story.

  • Hot Rod Monsters

    Michael Kenney • Comedy • Feature • 119 pages

    Set in the 1950s, a juvenile delinquent battles his fellow teenagers, who have been turned into monsters by a mad doctor, and his own fear of the opposite sex. Hot rods, teen sexual angst and science gone wild.

  • The 51st State

    Nkosi White • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages

    As the city of Washington, DC begins a long journey to Statehood, the visions of this path diverge when a young man from the projects clashes with a progressive, but conservative politician with goals of becoming governor, and gentrifying that young man's neighborhood.

  • High School Loser

    Harrison Fowler • Feature • 111 pages

    A Las Vegas high school senior sets out to avenge a prank played on him by the prom queen by secretly bringing a prostitute to the prom and upstaging the snob.

  • THE HUNT

    EILEEN McAULEY • Horror • Feature • 109 pages

  • Lavender Panthers

    L.M. Harter • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    San Francisco, 1973. Publicly out Reverend Ray Broshears forms a gay vigilante group to patrol and protect the Castro and Tenderloin districts from a gray VW van, at the ready with pool cues, chains and attitude. They called themselves the Lavender Panthers.

  • PRIDE & PRESIDENT

    John Pisano-Thomsen • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

    Before dying, the FLOTUS confronts the POTUS about a gay affair, forcing him to reflect on his true nature, while a prominent evangelical Senator struggles with his son’s sexual awakening. Once a world leader and a teen face their truths, comedy and tragedy ensue to bring their two worlds together.

  • JUDY GOLDFIELD (aka Judy)

    Mads Feldballe • Comedy • Feature • 120 pages

  • Ubiquitous 1.0 - Karmic Slip

    Onil Lad • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 58 pages

    A group of ordinary Londoners fight humanity's own collective unconscious, to prove there is no destiny and we have free will.

  • Loving Out Loud

    Christine inserra • Drama • Feature • 77 pages

    Sick of school and working at the family restaurant, a high school graduate defies her father’s wishes and leaves home to play drums in a struggling lesbian rock band. A love triangle threatens to derail the band's US Pride tour.

  • Mark Time

    Brittany Worthington • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 37 pages

    When a former jerk/jock finds himself in a wheelchair and the high school marching band, he must prove he is willing to "play" nice.

  • LITTLE WARRIOR OF MANZANAR

    Zachary Clark • Drama • Feature • 103 pages

  • SUNNY GARDENS

    Melanie Martinez • Drama • Feature • 112 pages

    In the 1980's, a Puerto Rican family 'escapes' Spanish Harlem and heads to the white working class suburbs of New York, where their identity is tested.

  • Watershed

    Ashley Ohana • Drama • Feature • 97 pages

    A drag king sex addict moves in with her conservative, older brother and, through a series of events, is forced to confront her addiction, shattered relationships, and the fallout of her disease.

  • The Flying Dutchman

    Chris Taylor • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages

    Cliff House is a self-help community of men who survived sexual assault at some time during their lives. When a pedophile masterminds a smear campaign to attack their credibility, a proud, but reclusive survivor must choose between allowing it to destroy the community or publicly recount his shame.

  • The Sound Of Fear

    Colin Campbell • Thriller • Feature • 100 pages

  • Crossing The Cowhouse

    David Lykes Keenan • Drama • Feature • 109 pages

    In small-town West Texas dark secrets run deep and break hard. For 16-year-old Mitch Wimmer, they spell the difference between love and fear, acceptance and anger, and between a father returning home and the looming shadow of a shattered past.

  • In Hell Before Night

    James Craig • Adventure • Feature • 119 pages

  • The Centenarian's Birthday Party

    Raymond Anderson • Drama • Feature • 119 pages

    When a disowned homosexual accepts a secret invitation to his father’s 100th birthday party, back in homophobic Jamaica, he dreams of mending fences and dancing with his estranged teenage daughter. But his conservative, evangelical and angry ex wife, along with her powerful brother, have other plans. Things are about to get real for everyone involved.

  • Spitfires

    Brandon Botta, Casey Tollett Botta • Sci-fi • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages

    When a planet in their system is destroyed, a ragtag squadron of female fighter pilots embarks on a mission to track down the aliens responsible. But what they discover causes them to question their allegiance to the galactic government they had sworn to protect.

  • Copper Bullets

    Shupiwe Suffolk • Drama • Feature • 122 pages

    What do you do when your national football team dies in a place crash? You put together a new team and come back and win. This is the story of how Zambia did exactly that.

  • Transcendence

    Christine Shin • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 56 pages

    This fantasy drama series centers on a 911 emergency call operator, who is thrown into an unexpected relationship and collaboration, when her husband is murdered on their wedding day and secretly returns to life in the body of a police officer.

  • SHE WHO RISES FROM THE ASHES

    Kaz Cai • Drama • Short • 15 pages

  • T-11 Incomplete

    Suzanne Guacci • Drama • Feature • 92 pages

  • EVERYBODY SAYS GOODBYE--The Story of a Father and Son

    Michael Barnard • Feature • 112 pages

    Somebody is killing the boys of the streets of Hollywood and a father discovers his son may have been a victim.

  • American Folklore: A Midwife's Tale

    Erik Miguel Gervais • Horror • Feature • 98 pages

    Forced by social expectations to marry her faithless brother-in-law, a widowed midwife fights to save herself and her stepson from powerful sinister forces in the midst of a series of mysterious disappearances.

  • Newsworthy

    Rachel Troche • Drama • Short • 11 pages

    Two guys walk into a bar. One of them's a dead man.

  • Burt's Wormhole

    Lee Kateri • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

  • Syd

    Tiffany Bratcher • Comedy • Television (Half-hour) • 33 pages

  • 13 MINUTES

    Yvonne Paulin • Thriller • Feature • 103 pages

    The 13 minute communication delay between planets sets up a race against time when Antarctic researchers become infected with a bacteria already killing colonists on Mars.

  • Gramercy Park

    Toni Ann Johnson • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

    A biracial woman struggles with her identity while raising her son in racially tense New York City.

  • Sylvie Supernova Forever!

    Jonas Tintenseher • Sci-fi • Feature • 120 pages

    A retired bounty hunter tracks her ex-partner across the galaxy, battling vicious pirates, confronting old rivals, and defying her reputation, in order to pay for her daughter's college tuition.

  • The Life - Another Day in The Life

    George Perez • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 64 pages

    A New York City cop, a prosecutor, an advocate and a private investigator all wage a non-stop war against pimps and sex-traffickers, despite the emotional toll it takes on their lives, in an effort to rescue underage victims.

  • The Fence

    Bethan Marlow • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages