WeScreenplay Feature Contest (2017) >> Results



    Dan Maurer • Thriller • Feature • 115 pages

    A journalist, haunted by repressed memories, investigates a murder that may uncover the truth about his traumatic childhood, but he quickly discovers he shares a decades-old secret with a killer eager to bury the past.


    Chris Dennis • Sci-fi • Feature

  • Honey Boy

    Shia Labeouf, Otis Lort • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

    A child actor and his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father attempt to mend their contentious relationship over the course of a decade.

  • Scattering Jake

    Erica Tachoir • Comedy • Feature • 105 pages

    When Kolby discovers that her dead husband knocked up her best friend, she dumps his ashes down the kitchen sink—the night before a road trip to scatter those very ashes. Now, clutching his empty urn in a car with her in-laws and (surprise!) the cheerful stranger who has his transplanted heart, Kolby must find replacement ashes or own up to the truth.

  • Valentyne

    Dashiell Finley • Feature • 105 pages

    After a street-smart teenage orphan is taken in by her mysterious half-brother, she repays the favor by helping him cover up the murder of a dangerous drug kingpin

  • The Heart of a Tiger

    S R Kui • Historical • Feature • 107 pages

    The Heart of a Tiger is the true story of a woman who escaped the Cambodian Genocide in the 1970s. It follows three generations of women struggling against the boundaries placed upon them, each ultimately emerging triumphant to achieve the American Dream. This is my family’s story of survival.


  • Rational Panic

    Robert Rhyne • Thriller • Feature • 109 pages

    When a theater professor’s wife, who suffers a panic disorder, disappears mysteriously during Mardi Gras, the professor is sucked into a strange and deadly mind game with one of his students, who has written a play with an eerily similar character.


    Melanie Schiele • Drama • Feature • 95 pages

    A furniture craftsman struggles to save his failing marriage and 6-year-old daughter afflicted with a rare and debilitating disease, leaving her skin as fragile as a butterfly's wings.


    Edward James Anderson • Horror • Feature • 106 pages

    A codependent mother must fight for her survival after losing her family amidst a parasitic virus outbreak, evading murderous clean-up soldiers while protecting her infected husband who has risen from the dead.

  • All The Fish In The Sea

    Will Goodfellow • Drama • Feature • 102 pages

    A simple fisherman must navigate a maelstrom of trouble when a mining disaster contaminates the bay his community has depended on for generations.

  • The Sweethearts Gang

    James C. Schlicker • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    Hank Walker and his wife, Brim, have no health insurance but they do have a child in need of cancer treatment. Desperate for the funds needed they get involved with a holdup man willing to pay them to hide out from the gang he stole from. But a sudden murder and unexpected events change the family’s lives forever.

  • Plan B

    Paige Gresty • Comedy • Feature • 102 pages

  • Separate Journeys

    Maureen O'Grady • Drama • Feature • 120 pages

    When a child abuse survivor with skewed judgement and lingering nightmares gets a diagnosis she can’t cope with, she takes off to pursue a childhood dream, leaving behind a baffled lover who cares enough to follow her.

  • A Witch In Salem

    Patrick Lewis • Thriller • Feature • 105 pages

    In 1693 during the aftermath of the infamous witch trials of Salem, Darius Parker Boyd, a scientist and fierce pragmatist from the Royal Society of London, is sent to the settlement to restore order. However, after a series of mysterious and seemingly supernatural events, Darius is forced to team up with Elizabeth Proctor; an enigmatic and incarcerated witch, in the search for a more scientific truth.

  • Mr. Moon

    Mike Langer • Adventure • Feature • 114 pages

    A wisecracking kid in search of his father and a salesman who claims to own the moon must outsmart a corporate suit and protect an alien rover stranded on earth.

  • Those Who Hear

    Jerome Velinsky • Thriller • Feature • 116 pages

    A sleepy town in Middle America is plagued by a mysterious humming sound that only a percentage of residents can hear.

  • Pride

    Patrick Sherman • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    Based on actual events (in the near future): A gay linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys deals with life on the down low, and the consequences of becoming the first active NFL player in history to come out.

  • Remote

    Marc Roussel • Horror • Feature • 86 pages

    During a severe winter storm, a grieving widower discovers that his television is a portal into the past that can be used to save his family from a recent tragedy, but only if he can prevent the unsolved murder of the young woman who lived in his house 40 years ago.

  • Tinian

    Jon Davis • Historical • Feature • 119 pages

    While serving on the Pacific front of World War II, a Navy sailor and pilot fall in love but are torn apart by the unfolding war and the lives they left behind.

  • In My Life

    Mark Rosman • Drama • Feature • 105 pages

    In Beverly Hills in 1965, a 16 year old singer in a teen band who’s living next door to a house the Beatles have rented, finds John Lennon passed out on his lawn. He spends the next day with his hero who is very depressed at the height of Beatlemania and is trying to meet with his own hero – Elvis Presley.


    Larry Bogad • Drama • Feature • 109 pages

    When an ex-cop goes to fight against Fascism in the Spanish Civil War, horror, betrayal, and a narrow escape inspire him to write 1984.

  • In Chrysalis

    Nelson Downend • Thriller • Feature • 107 pages

    After being suspended from her job following a patient suicide, clinical psychologist Dr. Jackie Winters believes she has hit rock bottom. That is until a plea for help from a former patient thrusts her down the rabbit hole into a dark world of murder, horrific scientific experimentation, bizarre delusional mythology, and possibly human metamorphosis.


    Katterina Powers • Western • Feature • 114 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.

  • The Hardest Hit

    Sam Juergens • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    After a star college quarterback at a win-at-all-costs university is accused of sexual battery, an inexperienced attorney persuades her client (the victim) to reject a large settlement and take the case to trial instead.

  • Dark Ritual

    Kevin Kneupper • Horror • Feature • 97 pages

    After a cult ritual gone wrong unleashes dark forces on a small town police station, the people trapped inside must complete the ritual by sacrificing three of themselves.

  • The Memphis Mafia

    Jason Williams • Comedy • Feature • 106 pages

    A disillusioned member of Elvis Presley’s entourage and an ex-stripper try to smuggle five million dollars in diamonds, out of the country, stolen from the mob, on the back of Elvis’s American Eagle jumpsuit


  • "Don't Tread ON ME"

    Ronald Kelly • Action • Feature • 106 pages

    A young, hard nosed, sheriff, reluctantly teams up with a tough, ambitious, by-the- book, African - American, FBI Agent to solve the murder of a liberal, anti-gun, talk show host (by local militia) of a liberal, anti-gun, talk show and defeat an international oil cartel"s attempt to control a crucial gubernatorial election in an oil-rich state.

  • Lies in a Bottle

    Devin Ershow • Drama • Feature

  • 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.


    Katherine Carter • Adventure • Feature • 96 pages

    An adventurous young woman and a small group of Lakota rise from the ashes of Manifest Destiny's fall-out, including murder, poverty and isolation in a modern-day, Dances with Wolves. Based on actual events.

  • 50 Miles from Boomtown

    Flo Baumann • Drama • Feature • 104 pages

  • Wrecking Ball

    Gus Avila • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    Looking to make a better life for her struggling family, a down on her luck bank teller orchestrates a bank robbery, which turns out to be one of the biggest heists in East Los Angeles history. Inspired by true events.

  • Some Bad History

    Amanda Norman • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

    A tough young writer's hard exterior comes crumbling down when she enlists the help of a Native American librarian in order to find the truth behind her dead father's horrific stories of an Indian ancestor, but she soon discovers this isn't the only dark history the reservation is hiding.

  • Blue on Blue

    David Dasilma • Drama • Feature • 112 pages

    Staff Sergeant Richelle Peterson must fight her way through the military justice system and her own conflicted emotions after she is raped by Staff Sergeant Danica Boyd, her sister-in-arms and best friend.

  • The Bandit who stole Education

    kashon coleman • Action • Feature • 100 pages

    A young man from the South Bronx turns to crime in order to pay his college tuition.

  • The Sound of Everything

    David Hyde • Drama • Feature • 97 pages

    When an old blind widower gives up on life, it takes the love a dying little girl to make him see the world in a whole new way.

  • Wild Horses

    Brian Kowalchuk • Drama • Feature • 103 pages

    A reclusive, world famous classical pianist must return to the spotlight and play a concert at Carnegie Hall to save his Montana ranch house from disappearing into a massive sinkhole. A guilt-ridden stripper he relies on to ease his anxieties is targeted by a brutally violent white supremacist.

  • Little Earthquakes

    Todd bird • Drama • Feature • 94 pages

    Troy and his boyfriend return to his hometown to attend his class reunion with hopes of re-connecting with old friends and possibly making amends with his ex wife. But nothing goes as planned for the ex-jock.

  • Finding Beauty

    George Anson • Drama • Feature • 98 pages

    Two brothers struggle to find the goodness in life amidst tragedy. The youngest while at home - the eldest in the fields of Viet Nam

  • 2000 Miles

    Leanora Vernon • Drama • Feature • 122 pages

    Tormented by memories of a passionate love affair, a bitter young doctor finds the will to live -- and love -- again when she meets an orphan and a charismatic journalist in a country on the brink of violent chaos.

  • Roger

    Brendan Cleaves, Stuart Foreman • Comedy • Feature • 102 pages

    A failed magician returns home after two years in Mongolia to discover his best friend has replaced him with a ventriloquist dummy. A quirky off-beat comedy about friendship and identity.

  • Operation Babylift

    John Mccarney • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

    The remarkable true story of three unlikely heros - a maverick airline CEO, an Iowa adoption nurse and a Volkswagen driving hippie risking their lives to save mixed-race orphans in collapsing, war-torn Vietnam - spawning one of the greatest humanitarian efforts of the 20th century known as Operation Babylift.


    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.

  • Death of a Fool

    Ismael Gomez • Adventure • Feature • 91 pages

    A teenager and his dying grandfather conduct afterlife investigations in Miami when a mysterious man hires them to find the secret to immortality.

  • Tol'able David

    Tammy Gross • Family • Feature • 93 pages

    In oldtime West Virginia, a small town finds itself in need of a hero when three fugitives take over an old man’s farm. Who’s that hero? A 16-year-old wannabe mail carrier who’s got something to prove to his parents, his sweetheart, and himself.

  • On the Black

    Kristen Mack Klebenow • Other • Feature • 130 pages

    A young, 1950's baseball player pursues his dream of playing in the Majors while attempting to defy racial inequality . He's forced to cover up game changing secrets, one of which is getting hitting lessons from a feisty tomboy of color with big dreams of her own, and the other a debilitating handicap .

  • Fire on Ice

    Courtney Suttle • Historical • Feature • 117 pages

    Irving Jaffee fought his teammates, his country and the world to become the first Jewish athlete in Winter Olympic history to win a gold medal during the 1928 and 1932 Olympic Games.

  • The Savage Land

    Jesus Celaya • Western • Feature • 109 pages

    A cursed gunfighter hunts down a Navajo witch-doctor through the early, bloody 1900's border country.


  • Circus Boy

    Stephen Curran • Animated • Feature • 113 pages

    Circus Boy - Animation, set in 1950s An orphan boy who runs away with the circus to become a clown is pursued by a cruel housemistress who wants to return him to the orphanage.


    Nicole Gomez Fisher • Adventure • Feature • 102 pages

    A woman struggling to get pregnant becomes embroiled in the criminal underworld with her potential egg donor.

  • Honey Boy

    Shia Labeouf, Otis Lort • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

    A child actor and his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father attempt to mend their contentious relationship over the course of a decade.


    Katterina Powers • Western • Feature • 114 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.

  • The Fairy King

    Steven Snell • Sci-fi • Feature • 101 pages

    A much-lauded war photographer grappling with physical and emotional injuries discovers that a new illegal drug he’s been taking for his pain makes him immune to the effects of airborne self-replicating nanobots that are turning all other men into aggressive killing machines.


    Johnny Sánchez • Drama • Feature • 107 pages

    A 17-year-old, small-town white girl joins a black gang and becomes a high-level weed smuggler, but as things become increasingly dangerous she’s pushed to confront her white privilege. Based on a true story.

  • Pretty Girl

    Savannah Oakes • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

    A new teacher struggling with trauma from her past starts a sexual relationship with a friend, but when it ends in heartbreak she must overcome a history of abuse or succumb to its cycle.


    ravin gandhi • Thriller • Feature • 99 pages

    When her fiance is kidnapped by a serial killer who targets suicidal people, a young psychologist must face her own demons to rescue him before time runs out.

  • Soul on Soul

    Linda Dahl • Drama • Feature • 103 pages

    Logline: She was not what a jazz musician is supposed to be. Told through the eras of jazz and her rites of passage in the 20th century, Soul on Soul conveys the grit, heartache and ultimately, the artistic and spiritual transcendence of Mary Lou Williams, the great pianist and composer.

  • Elite

    Chaseton Ennis • Drama • Feature • 128 pages

    A high school basketball player recounts the events that lead to tragedy.

  • Arc-Light

    Anthony Moore • Sci-fi • Feature • 110 pages

    When a high school loser finds an alien artifact, he is abducted by an alien race who are embroiled in a galactic war which suddenly takes a turn for the worst and he becomes the last hope for both their race and our own.

  • Lois Lake - Caped Crusader

    Don Ackerman • Drama • Feature • 96 pages

    A young girl searches for a real life super hero to help her Mother recover from the death of her Father.

  • It All Comes Down to This

    Scott Marshall Taylor, Patrick Wie • Drama • Feature • 117 pages

    Five, fun-loving late 20's former high school baseball teammates travel to see a game in every major league ballpark with their dying friend.

  • Where the Hell is Lola Logan?

    Harry Hanson • Other • Feature • 90 pages

    A Canadian bartender scours rancid East London for his famous ex-girlfriend and her missing movie.

  • Journey To the Green Monster

    Andrew Rotondi • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

  • Cordele

    Chris Stanford • Drama • Feature • 104 pages

  • The Today King

    Timothy Burnham • Drama • Feature • 98 pages

    An abusive husband obsessed with exposing his wife’s affair and a traumatized new hire recovering from a vicious mugging find themselves on a violent trajectory as they navigate a rapidly changing world.

  • 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.


    A.P. Gonzalez • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

    It’s 1950 Briscoe, Arizona. Pacifist Hattie McCauliff returns to her small town home to face the killings of her two brothers while her teen nephew wants revenge. Can she control him, or is gun violence in his blood?

  • The Face of the Earth

    Amanda J. 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.

  • Perfect Americans

    Farangis Siahpour • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

    An action-drama set in 1945, Perfect Americans follows two lovers who do whatever it takes to escape an institution where they're held to be sterilized without their consent on their 15th birthday—the clock is ticking.

  • Warbrave

    The Gideon Brothers • Western • Feature • 110 pages

    After his father is killed during the Sand Creek massacre of 1864, a militant Native American brave must learn to trust a white soldier he hates to stop a racist Colonel from murdering the rest of his tribe. Inspired by true events.


    Scott LaFortune • Comedy • Feature • 110 pages

    A feisty nutritionist picks a fight with high-fructose corn syrup, then wrestles a sugar lobbyist for control of America's caloric intake. Based on a true story.


    Michael Toay • Action • Feature • 111 pages

    An American Air Force pilot is brought into the top secret and mysterious world of Area 51 where he is trained to fly a stolen Russian stealth jet to attack a North Korean nuclear weapons facility and assassinate Iranian Nuclear scientists, and risks starting World War III if the mission goes badly.

  • Your Monster

    caroline lindy • Drama • Feature • 105 pages

  • Heartbreaker

    Andrew Stein • Thriller • Feature • 111 pages

    An aging hitman falls in love with a haunted FBI agent who has moved into the apartment below his. Anxious to get out of the business, he raids her files and performs his final hits in the grisly style of the dormant serial killer she has spent her career chasing, until the real serial killer comes out of retirement to track down his now more famous imposter.

  • Sentience

    Clive Howard • Sci-fi • Feature • 110 pages

    An Earth Marshall in search of redemption pursues a vengeful General across war ravaged planets to ensure galactic peace.

  • Glorious Mack

    Vern Lien • Comedy • Feature • 111 pages

    A suburban mom in full midlife crisis gets a second chance to be a rock star when the band she quit twenty years ago needs her for their upcoming tour.

  • Pick

    Bernhard Riedhammer • Comedy • Feature • 102 pages

  • The Last Moon

    Sean McConville • Horror • Feature • 107 pages

    On the night of a full moon a man who believes he was bitten by a werewolf invites his estranged brother to their secluded family home to deceive him into shooting him with a silver bullet to save his family. Three characters, 1 location. A micro-budget suspense thriller werewolf movie in the vein of 10 Cloverfield Lane.

  • The Driven

    Adam Bailey • Horror • Feature • 115 pages

    In the post-apocalyptic wild west, a young boy joins a horrific cattle drive and finds himself trapped in a moral battle for survival.

  • Winter Jasmine

    Jennifer Cooney • Drama • Feature • 120 pages

    As two women fall in love, they discover the disturbing entanglement of their pasts when a murder convict set on revenge is released from prison.

  • What Alice Found There

    Tracy Pellegrino • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

    When a teenager has a schizophrenic break and is confined to a psych ward, she retreats to her own wondrous but dangerous fantasy world.

  • Chapter 4: I Blame The Beatles

    Stephanie Lavner • Comedy • Feature • 116 pages

    When a lovable Jewish cynic grows desperate to save his marriage, he joins a Christian Bible study only to find out it's led by his childhood bully.

  • Why The Willow Weeps

    Lafayette Jolivette, D. A. Jolivette • Thriller • Feature • 112 pages

    A modern-day Jack the Ripper terrorizes a small, Southern town. Only one man can stop him, but no one wants him to.

  • Saints and Poets

    Richard LaPorta • Drama • Feature • 128 pages

    When his manager sets up a speaking engagement in celebration of his hit book’s 45th anniversary reissue, lost soul Don Porter must reluctantly face a cross-country trip with a slipping memory, a crappy car, deep debt, and deeper questions on his own meaning and existence in an overly distracted world.

  • LevelLand

    George Anson • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    A hard-living Texas roughneck is coerced by his ex-wife to take their teenage daughter on a road trip to visit his cantankerous ailing father - who he hasn't spoken to in over 20 years.

  • Comic Book Kings

    Amanda Keener • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

    Kevin (a comic book creator), his creations (Tankman and Dana), and Lori (a domestic abuse survivor) are facing difficult challenges in their lives. As the fictional and real-life stories evolve, these characters begin to influence each other in ways they never expected.

  • 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.

  • My Brother, the Taxidermist

    Kornblum Katz • Horror • Feature • 90 pages

    A trans man watches in horror as the half-brother he didn’t meet until adulthood takes his taxidermy to disturbing levels as a means of coping with personal tragedy.


    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.

  • The Isle of Thom

    Richard Miller • Adventure • Feature • 108 pages

  • The Crossing

    Paul Sheridan • Action • Feature • 110 pages

    In the year 2055, following the Second American Civil War, a dispirited, hard-drinking veteran races against time to get a mother and her terminally ill daughter across the lawless divide separating north and south in order to save the young girl’s life.

  • We The People

    Christopher Rutledge • Sci-fi • Feature • 119 pages

    The year is 2024, Chicago. Most of the world has survived the coronavirus (COVID-19); however, the United States is recovering from a war with China on U.S. soil dubbed the Twitter War because it started over…a Tweet. Russia is now a new ally and has a huge presence and political influence in the U.S. A resistance faction of antiheroes formed during this time known as “We The People”, who plan to overthrow the fascist regime and install new power restoring democracy in America before another election is stolen.


    Gustavo Garzon • Drama • Feature • 107 pages

    A successful NY federal judge with early onset Alzheimer's and dark family secrets sets out to make amends for the damage that he has caused in his past.. soon to vanish.

  • The Maidservant's Cap

    Jeff Opdyke • Feature • 115 pages


    Pippa Hinchley • Thriller • Feature • 105 pages

    In 1890 a brilliant academic who has lost his faith in God, and an unassuming Bostonian housewife who can apparently speak to the dead, scientifically prove there is life after death. This is a true story.

  • Ella & Marilyn

    Jon Davis • Historical • Feature • 119 pages

    Ella Fitzgerald's stalled singing career is taken to sudden new heights when Marilyn Monroe campaigns for her to play previously segregated jazz clubs, prompting both praise and a backlash in pre-Civil Rights era America.

  • The Coach

    Keith Hannigan • Drama • Feature • 124 pages

    A popular blogger who despises self-help recruits an up and comer and his ambitious wife to take down the "Guru To God".

  • Uncanny Valley

    Tara Everhart • Thriller • Feature • 111 pages

  • Refugee City

    Raza Rizvi, Gregory Mandarano • Thriller • Feature • 129 pages

    While struggling to maintain control of a controversial sanctuary city of refugees, an Israeli minister tries to retrieve scandalous evidence of a murder she committed, no matter who stands in her way.

  • The Happiest Place On Earth

    Jon Davis • Historical • Feature • 119 pages

    The true story of how Walt Disney brought Disneyland to life despite countless setbacks, personal struggles and an opening day from hell.

  • The Weight

    Adam Scheiner • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

    Casey Murray is a former Junior World Champion coming to the end of his Weightlifting career battling injuries, the urge to take PEDs, and his grieving Father/Coach who just wants his son to retire before Casey destroys his own life.  After sustaining an injury he meets a talented rising artist, Natalie Winthrop and is inspired to rise to new heights.  

  • Max Gets Played

    Matthew OConnell • Action • Feature • 106 pages

    Thirty years ago, Max Jackson was an arcade champion with the world in the palm of his hands. Now he's somebody's pawn in a high-stakes game of international espionage. If he can't outplay the spies that framed him, it's game over.

  • Zippers

    Neal Dhand • Sci-fi • Feature • 115 pages

    In the days after his sister is shot John discovers a parallel reality where his sister is no longer paralyzed, but his attempts at revenge have tragic consequences.

  • Thank You For Waiting

    Jake Leister • Drama • Feature • 86 pages

    A former Catholic priest discovers he is being used as a blind mule by a local New Mexican drug trafficking organization, and decides to risk profiting from the discovery.

  • The Brothers Winkelstein And The Homburg Hat

    Guy Polin • Feature • 114 pages

    Two brothers fight each other over "contested" property straddling the Canadian border, and an ambitious Congressman intent on seizing it from them to build a new highway.

  • MAGI

    Richard Giarraffa • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

    Melchior, a reluctant emissary of King Herod, struggles between duty and virtue when ordered to find and kill the promised Messiah.

  • Negative Space

    Adam Bradley, Amelia Mathews • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

    After her older sister has another miscarriage, Claire becomes her surrogate, but when the pregnancy turns life-threatening, she must choose: keep her promise and give the baby to her sister, or keep the baby and start a family of her own.

  • sHERlock

    Mary Wasche, Stan Jones • Drama • Feature • 92 pages

    Sherlock Holmes must rescue a beautiful actress’s nephew from a secret London boy brothel while hiding an even bigger secret—he’s actually a woman forced by Victorian gender prejudices to pass as a man in order to become the world’s greatest detective.

  • The Maidservant's Cap

    Jeff Opdyke • Drama • Feature • 112 pages

    Inspired by True Events: Having been sold by her mother to be a maidservant, a young slum-girl from India’s lowest caste runs away to pursue her dream of starring on India's national football team; but when that dream is crushed by her lack of a proper identity, the maidservant must learn to redefine “winning” if she’s to live out her dream.

  • Day of Days

    Simon Carter • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

    Discovering a lost world can take devotion and patience, finding your true love can be the chance of salvation.


    David Kurtz • Adventure • Feature • 100 pages

    A burned out middle-age accountant and a young daredevil woman form an improbable alliance on a dangerous hostage rescue-mission to Mexico.

  • The Art of Letting Go

    Jason Chan • Family • Feature • 108 pages

    An unhappily married woman wakes up from a fifteen-year coma, throwing her family’s lives and her husband’s new romance into turmoil.

  • Untimely

    Sam Fasano • Comedy • Feature • 115 pages

    A self destructive time traveler creates a dating service where he matches people with their soulmates across time and space while also attempting to find love of his own through less than wholesome means.

  • The Trouble With Swift

    Rusty Lofgren • Western • Feature • 102 pages

    After his Seneca Indian wife is murdered in cold blood by an old friend in a land dispute, a lawman embarks on a journey to bring the man to justice during the 1800's oil boom in Pennsylvania.

  • Piece de Resistance

    Barry Leach • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

    During WWII, a young woman hides an escaped Russian slave laborer. Together with a French resistance fighter, they sabotage German positions until the slave, who becomes the woman’s lover, is captured and put on a train bound for Auschwitz. Then she must rescue him.


    Ken Floyd • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    A strong-willed teenage girl abducted by vicious Nigerian extremists struggles to protect her sister and escape while grappling with questions of faith and confronting the ghosts of her past.

  • Hamelin

    Paul Bayford • Fantasy • Feature • 106 pages

    Harold, the king of Hamelin, hides a dark secret following the abduction of all the kingdom's children by an evil witch.

  • Don't Come Back

    Laura Gillis • Sci-fi • Feature • 104 pages

    A man learns the girl who broke his heart is back in town, just as mysterious murders begin to plague residents, and soon discovers that the past is not easy to forget, or even to survive.

  • PHIL.

    Marissa Lessman • Comedy • Feature • 92 pages

    In the midst of a breakup, a young longstanding couple is haunted by Phil; a human manifestation of their shared history. James and Adam had all-to-quick ending that resulted in a myriad of unfinished business. Phil, their fat and hairy manchild appears until they can completely end their relationship. They choose to ignore him until they cannot anymore. The couple decides to try to take the time to end their relationship properly and all seems to be going well. With the help of Adam’s brother Ari, their oddball therapist, and many others along the way...the two men need to come to a conclusion, will they or won’t they? Phil. has everything that the modern day romantic comedy is missing. It has the opportunity explore subjects not typically discussed in this quintessential American genre like homosexual protagonists, mixed racial and mixed ethnic pairs, sexual deviance and hard hitting life lessons.

  • Honey Boy

    Shia Labeouf, Otis Lort • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

    A child actor and his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father attempt to mend their contentious relationship over the course of a decade.

  • Scuppernongs

    Lynne Ashe • Drama • Feature • 104 pages

    As vineyard fruit ripens for harvest, coming-of-age brother/sister twins ache to escape their small-minded town with its hushed whispers about their strange mother, but when they both fall for a handsome drifter helping with harvest, a haunting family secret is uncovered that changes their lives and their town forever.

  • Don't Come Back

    Laura Gillis • Sci-fi • Feature • 104 pages

    A man learns the girl who broke his heart is back in town, just as mysterious murders begin to plague residents, and soon discovers that the past is not easy to forget, or even to survive.

  • My Mother's Hands

    Jennifer Katz • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

  • The Sphinx

    Elena Gallen • Historical • Feature • 111 pages

    Pushing the edges of convention, Greta Garbo, at odds with her own image and generation, challenges the patriarchy of the old Hollywood system from the silent 20s to her detaching from the industry at the zenith of her career.

  • Broken Head

    Clare Sladden • Comedy • Feature • 101 pages

    Charlie desperately wants to reconcile with her estranged brother, Ben. When Ben suffers a psychotic break and regresses to his 15-year-old self, Charlie seizes the opportunity to road-trip up the East Coast of Australia with Ben and his fiancée, Jessica, to help Ben regain his memory in time for his wedding day.

  • Quintana

    William LiPera • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    A paraplegic veteran, down on his luck, finds his poverty stricken, estranged daughter and together they rob a bank.

  • Christmas Village Junction

    David Hill • Feature • 92 pages

  • Good Grief

    Mia Tate • Drama • Feature • 92 pages

    One woman's struggle through the ravages of grief after finding her mother dead. Charlie, a married mother of two in the throes of suburban responsibility, finds solace in a grief support group. However, it is this very solace that could lead to her ultimate undoing and shatter her family. Good Grief is a journey into the psyche of sorrow and how far we will go to escape our own lives. Filled with a colorful cast of characters whose worlds you get to peek into as they deal with the inevitable, the death of a loved one. And how often one has to learn to live with the part of them that also dies when the people who help define them are gone. It is through grief, humor, darkness and love that Charlie and the others will have to learn to pick up the pieces and decide which road to take. … See moreSee less

  • Hoarder

    Brendon Slee • Horror • Feature

  • My Mother's Hands

    Jennifer Katz • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

  • Gay Boy

    Brent Jordan • Drama • Feature • 88 pages

    The plight of the first openly gay MMA fighter. A gay man is beset upon on all sides –– friends and foes alike –– when he enters the violently homophobic world of Mixed Martial Arts.


    Jean-Marie Mazaleyrat • Drama • Feature • 96 pages

    A Native American woman is drawn to a man who strongly resembles a long-lost lover, triggering her slow recollection of long-blocked, horrific trauma that she must reckon with-or die trying.

  • Honey Boy

    Shia Labeouf, Otis Lort • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

    A child actor and his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father attempt to mend their contentious relationship over the course of a decade.


    Travis Opgenorth • Action • Feature • 114 pages


  • Stardust

    Susan Baronoff • Television (Half-hour)

    Washington spinmeister, Julie Bryan, stumbles into a world so strange, so magical, she knows it can't be real. On the other hand, when you manufacture truth for a living, what does "real" mean?

  • Spike

    Julia Smuts Louw • Animated • Feature

  • Dmitri Goes South

    Tom Vecchio • Thriller • Feature


    Tiffany Shaw Ho • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    Struggling to break into the art scene of Belle Époque Paris, unknown American painter Mary Cassatt seeks the mentorship of the brilliant but cruel French Impressionist, Edgar Degas, to help make her career. But Mary’s reliance on Degas’s artistic genius, and their romantic attraction threaten to undermine her ambition to become an original artist. Inspired by true events.