WeScreenplay Feature Contest (2015) >> Results


  • Giving Up The Ghost

    Jessica DiGiacinto • Feature

  • The 49th Day

    Craig Peters • Horror • Feature • 104 pages

    A young girl’s imaginary friend starts killing her family off one by one. But what can you do when you’re only nine and Death wants to play?


    Travis Opgenorth • Action • Feature • 107 pages

    When his half-brother, a U.S. Army Ranger, is taken hostage by extremists in North Africa, a wayward and guilt-ridden former Ranger reluctantly enlists the help of his estranged father, a retired, decorated Ranger veteran. The two men will have to work through years of resentment and mistrust before they can find redemption in rescuing the missing Ranger.

  • The Dragon Rider

    Geoff Holder • 97 pages

  • The Escapist

    Darren Teo • 100 pages


  • The Anklebiter

    Andy Jones • Comedy • Feature • 106 pages

    Five years after the Zombie Apocalypse, a couple fighting about whether to start a family adopts a baby zombie they don't have the heart to kill.

  • The Drive There

    SEAN PATRICK MONAHAN • 101 pages

  • The Man Who Killed Sherlock Holmes

    Stephen Siegel • 120 pages

  • Screaming My Heart Out

    Janyce Lapore • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    "Screaming My Heart Out" is about the deep love, pain and joy that one Italian family shares in the 1960's in a small, blue collar neighborhod that is just beneath a mighty steel mill.

  • The Lodger

    June Escalante • Thriller • Feature • 109 pages

    A psychotic drifter is intent on claiming a dead man's family for himself.

  • Enough Cocaine to Time Travel

    Kyle Lavore • Drama • Feature • 95 pages

  • The Protector

    John Geraci • 105 pages

  • Brandini

    Frank Licari • 117 pages

  • Sovereign Citizen

    CRAIG PETERS • Thriller • Feature • 110 pages


    Tony Heaver-Wren • 93 pages

  • The Wraith of Mrs. McGuire

    George Petersen • Family • Feature • 107 pages

    A first time car thief steals a rare, collectable car; unaware that its owner, an ornery, bitter old schoolteacher is sleeping in back.

  • Vacuums and the Whistling Pig

    Tom Vecchio • Thriller • Feature • 112 pages

    The dramatic, funny and heartrending story of lifelong friends living in a small town in the shadow of an interstate desperate to keep their carpet cleaning business afloat while fighting personal demons that tear them apart.

  • Legacy

    Jodi Levitan • 104 pages

  • Further From Here

    Anthony Mezza • 99 pages


    Matthew Sidney Long & Christopher Virnig • Thriller • Feature • 106 pages

  • Warpath

    Paul Abascal • 113 pages

  • Male Delivery

    PAUL PENLEY • Comedy • Feature • 99 pages

    Romantic Comedy: An unemployed, postal worker takes a job in a steamy male review and must keep his identity secret when he’s reacquainted with a long lost crush.

  • Butter Bridge

    Darren Teo • 84 pages

  • How to Catch A Time Traveler

    Graham Parke • Drama • Feature • 102 pages

    In 2009 Stephen Hawking proved time travel was impossible. He did this by holding a time traveler's convention and sending out the invitations after the fact. This way only time travelers could attend. No one showed up. If time travelers just needed a forum to prove their abilities, this experiment might have worked, but how do you catch a time traveler who doesn't want to get caught? Pilot Logline: Years after Rick's mother and sister mysteriously vanish, he creates special facial recognition software that shows a girl, who doesn't seem to age, popping up in the background of his childhood photos. But when this software gets him arrested on hacking charges, he is recruited by a shadowy organization to help capture the first ever time traveler. The girl who springs his traps, however, looks all too familiar.

  • Big Sister

    David Chester • 103 pages

  • The Last Adventure of Shay Blaze

    Howard Fridkin • Sci-fi • Feature • 108 pages

  • White Lily

    Preston Poulter • Drama • 109 pages

  • Chennai 2040

    Jessica Sekar • Sci-fi • Feature • 122 pages

    In the future in India, a cynical auto-rickshaw driver and a naive whistleblower escape a ruthless assassin and expose a corrupt politician trying to destroy slums and build skyscrapers.

  • Restitution

    Tracy Carbone • 115 pages