WeScreenplay Feature Contest (2016) >> Results

Winners

  • The Lean

    Pearse Lehane • Drama • Feature

    A disgraced lawyer must prevent an innocent man from being convicted of the murder of a police officer in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

  • Darlings

    Aaron Yeung • Feature • 114 pages

  • Forged

    Kenlon Clark, William Rubio • Thriller • Feature • 111 pages

  • The Last Execution

    Tom Vecchio • Historical • Feature • 112 pages

    The bizarre, jaw-dropping story of Elizabeth “Ma” Duncan, the last woman executed in California for having her daughter-in-law murdered in 1958 because of an uncomfortably close relationship with her attorney son. Elizabeth was addicted to prescriptions, a bigamist, married at least 12 times, turned tricks to pay for her son’s law school and became an international sensation in a trial bigger than O.J.

  • Diminuendo

    Paul Gross • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

    In 1800’s Vienna, Ludwig van Beethoven struggles with political censorship, hearing loss, money problems, and a custody battle over his deceased brother’s son as he makes a bargain with God: let my music flourish, and I will cease my pursuit of the woman I love

  • Mesa 1966

    Orson Scott Card • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

Finalists

  • The Poacher

    Travis Opgenorth • Thriller • Feature • 113 pages

    A haunted former guerilla soldier, forced into poaching ivory to feed his starving family, finds himself gaining unwanted notoriety after shooting his estranged brother – a ruthless warlord who comes looking for revenge.

  • The Flower Hunter

    Danny Sheehy • Drama • Feature • 123 pages

    Think of a female Indiana Jones. Instead of a whip and a gun, make her weapons a seductive charm, a devil-may-care resoluteness and a paintbrush, and you have the remarkable true story of one of history’s forgotten heroes - the internationally renowned Australian wildflower painter, naturalist and intrepid explorer, Ellis Rowan (1848 - 1922). Her passion for wild-flower painting and her determination to carve out an international reputation took her into unexplored places around the world and on many dangerous adventures. Even though The Flower Hunter is set between 1874 and 1903, it is still a modern story - about one woman’s struggle to balance career and family commitments, with the resulting frustrations and heart-wrenching regrets.

  • Titus Maxwell's Last Case

    Brendon Slee • Drama • Feature • 116 pages

  • The Black Cat

    David Bancel • Adventure • Feature • 109 pages

    A rogue WWI pilot, a beautiful Indian spy, Pinkerton detectives, a mystical seductress and the German Army all race to find the source of mysterious and powerful magic that will change the nature of time itself.

  • Spoon Fed

    NICK HATTON JONES • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

  • Red Moon

    Jesus Celaya • Horror • Feature • 97 pages

  • Caliber

    Kenlon Clark • Adventure • Feature • 113 pages

  • Shelter

    Adam Foster • Thriller • Feature • 98 pages

  • 106

    Michael Grogan • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

  • The Grocer

    Michael E. Bierman • Horror • Feature • 90 pages

  • Angel Quake

    Terry Hayman • Feature • 103 pages

  • Guns and Grace

    Odin Ozdil • Adventure • Feature • 93 pages

    A widow teams up with a tough Blackfoot woman against the bank robbers that killed her husband in a chase across Montana. An action-adventure that proves sisterhood is not just by birth. A story that celebrates the frontier spirit, as well as the dark side of America's past that still resonates today.

  • The Falling

    Martin Blinder • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

  • 3D At The Palace

    Kent Wilson • Other • Feature • 115 pages

  • BECOMING BESSIE

    Paloma Martinez • Drama • Feature • 117 pages

  • Gamble

    Kyle Mumford • Drama • Feature • 126 pages

  • Little Hell

    Amanda Norman • Drama • Feature • 97 pages

    A teenage genius struggling with mental problems goes to stay with her estranged mother on a study year abroad in Scotland and befriends her chronically ill teacher who wants to help her get better, but he himself needs more help than he realizes.

  • Race Music

    Mark Herder • Drama • Feature • 135 pages

  • Blue Sky and I

    Dumford King • Comedy • Feature • 113 pages

  • Cold Abandon

    Matthew OConnell • Drama • Feature • 93 pages

    After leaving his remote home in the Alaskan forest burning to the ground, Malcolm Blackman, a stern and silent survivalist, sets out on a quest to deliver justice to his estranged, abusive father.

Semifinalists

  • A Clockwork Testament

    Bill Walker • Drama • Feature • 117 pages

    When his grandson dies in jail under mysterious circumstances, Alexander DeLarge—now retired and widowed—sets out to find the truth, unaware that the lure of the streets will reassert his ultraviolent nature.

  • The Adventures of the Velvet Cat

    Bob Canning • Feature • 109 pages

  • Wraith

    Eric Obame • Drama • Feature • 135 pages

    A teenager grappling with his mother_�s death discovers he has powers and becomes a vigilante.

  • The Legend of William Tell

    J. Ian Sample • Adventure • Feature • 139 pages

  • CURSE OF THE BLUE NILE

    Richard C Bailey • Adventure • Feature • 105 pages

  • CHANCES

    Jeff Trently, Anthony Stitt • Feature • 99 pages

  • Red Flag

    Robert Rhyne • Thriller • Feature • 110 pages

  • Shumu

    Evan Cathcart • Sci-fi • Feature • 99 pages

    An aerospace engineer introduces future-predicting technology for purposes of forecasting the weather, and becomes entangled in the cataclysmic effect it has on humanity.

  • Mocha Dick

    Laura Kelber • Feature • 119 pages

  • The Last Indian War

    Michael Graf • Historical • Feature • 129 pages

    The Last Indian War is the inspirational true-life story about a group of Native American children kidnapped by the US military that go and fight for the 1912 national football championship against the U.S. Army Cadets of West Point.

  • PEGASUS

    Michael Valente • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

  • The Legacy Intrigue

    Jaime Rudolph • Sci-fi • Feature • 122 pages

  • The Lodger

    June Escalante • Thriller • Feature • 109 pages

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

  • 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.

  • Closer Than Love

    Morris Clark • Fantasy • Feature • 106 pages

  • BAND IN A VAN

    Scott Finlayson • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

  • Coincoin

    Charles (Sonny) Richardson • Other • Feature • 120 pages

  • Blue Orchid

    Jusrin Stoeckel • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

  • inspired

    C.R. Night • Drama • Feature • 110 pages

  • THE TUNNEL

    ADAM ROSE • Action • Feature • 90 pages

  • STAGE FOUR

    Jerome Velinsky • Drama • Feature • 104 pages

  • Deterrent

    Matthew Coleman • Thriller • Feature • 105 pages

  • American Dream

    Charles Ancelle • Feature • 103 pages

  • Gauguin's Garden

    Brandon Rosin • Drama • Feature • 109 pages

  • Immunity

    Kenlon Clark • Sci-fi • Feature • 105 pages

  • Binaries

    Allen Colombo • Sci-fi • Feature • 114 pages

  • V

    Roy Marsh • Comedy • Feature • 123 pages

  • Chocolate Potato

    Neil o'neil • Comedy • Feature • 111 pages

  • The Winners

    JABARI HOWARD • Comedy • Feature • 110 pages

  • Untitled Copacabana Project

    Jessica Pappas • Feature • 104 pages

  • 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.

  • Military Affairs

    Elizabeth Pfeiffer • Drama • Feature • 124 pages

  • Buzz Cut Season

    Tatiana Bears • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

  • Outside the Statute

    Leslie Wood • Comedy • Feature • 107 pages

  • THIS OLD MAN

    Nicholas Oktaras • Other • Feature • 111 pages

  • Black Swan Records

    Nia Ashley • Feature • 120 pages

  • Hemophilia

    Guy Francisco Polin • Drama • Feature • 109 pages

  • The Coming of the Road

    Greg Houston • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

  • The Last Line

    Brandon Maynard • Sci-fi • Feature • 104 pages

    A man, wrongfully accused of murder, is conscripted into the world’s last line of defense.

  • Finding Hitler

    Ron Mancini • Drama • Feature • 93 pages

  • NIGHTFALL

    LISA BOYNTON • Feature • 82 pages

  • On the Sidelines

    Sam Greisman • Comedy • Feature • 115 pages

  • With All Deliberate Speed

    Marcus Herzberg • Drama • Feature • 107 pages

  • GRACE

    Doris B Gill • Drama • Feature • 96 pages

  • Waiting

    Margaret Benson • Drama • Feature • 90 pages

    Intimacy and ambition battle for dominance on a theater stage as a young couple struggles with the idea of starting a family, and two friends try to reach their potential without losing their way.

  • Collectors' Edition

    Sean Freese • Comedy • Feature • 106 pages

    “COLLECTOR’S EDITION has a great, original premise. It’s a mystery set in the world of specialized collectables, fascinating, funny and heartfelt”. Oaxaca Filmfest

  • Crashed

    Rick Mele • Sci-fi • Feature • 100 pages

    An alien spaceship crashes a couple’s rehearsal dinner, forcing the wedding party to band together to stop the ensuing invasion and -- more importantly -- save the couple’s big day.

Quarterfinalists

  • Athens

    Matt Brutsche • Feature • 104 pages

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  • PAINLESS

    Siddharth Katragadda • Drama • Feature • 123 pages

    A brilliant chemist’s son is about to be executed on Oklahoma’s Death Row, which sets him off on a journey to find his son a painless death. Inspired by the true events of the botched execution of Clayton Lockett, and the resulting search by the State of Oklahoma to seek a more humane alternative to lethal injections.

  • Forks

    Paul Trillo • Feature • 113 pages

  • The Swordbearer Saga. The Gods of Carnage

    Tim Morell • Fantasy • Feature • 113 pages

  • Envisioned

    Jocelyn Osier • Comedy • Feature • 110 pages

  • Face

    Ken Cohen • Drama • Feature • 90 pages

  • JACK SCRATCH

    Cody Glenn • Action • Feature • 101 pages

    When a tiny government bureau created to answer the general public’s calls about alien abductions, poltergeists and werewolf sightings discovers an actual evil entity, they have to learn to work together as a team in order to stop it before it becomes so powerful that it can’t be destroyed.

  • The Rapture

    Lisa Ann Boynton • Sci-fi • Feature • 111 pages

  • The Tennis Court Oath

    Marcus L. • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

  • The Last Warrior

    JOHN MORRISON • Feature • 120 pages

  • Mandeville

    Russell Nichols • Sci-fi • Feature • 100 pages

  • For Later Times

    Miguel Ramirez • Historical • Feature • 121 pages

    Nineteenth-century Austrian composer Anton Bruckner’s quest for recognition is linked with the struggles of his biographer to keep the Brucknerian symphonic legacy from being appropriated by the Nazi authorities in an inspiring story of triumph in the face of relentless adversity.

  • Hindsight

    Eric P. Granger • Feature • 100 pages

  • Admiral Lord Nelson

    Michael Rights • Feature • 93 pages

  • MAGI

    Richard Giarraffa • Drama • Feature • 120 pages

    When the birth of the new Messiah is upon them, three vastly different Magus and their armies try and secure the newborns safety in a world filled with war and blood shed.

  • Connect

    John Pisano-Thomsen • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

    2019 NICHOLL QUARTER FINALIST! An artistic, young man runs away to 1989 New York City after discovering a disturbing secret kept by his aloof mother. When his life converges with an urban, transgender guru, an all-female answering service and a 5-year-old boy, his heart attains new awareness and a unique career opportunity arises.

  • In the Voodoo Parlour of Marie Laveau

    M.C. Beato • Feature • 104 pages

    Logline: On a tortuous quest to smoke out (and vanquish) her would-be murderers, Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau discovers that compassion is the only true source of her power; and the discovery blesses her for eternity. Description: In the Voodoo Parlour of Marie Laveau is a dark, avant-garde thriller, adapted from a play by Frank Gagliano, playwright and American Theatre Fellow. I do own the rights, and fortunately the playwright loves my script. Though the plot is fiction, many elements and moments in the story are based on factual information, from my four years' research into the life of Marie Laveau, 'the real woman who became the most important person in New Orleans in her day, in spite of being a female of color, illiterate, and sole author of her own success.

  • Parousia

    Todd Sorrell • Fantasy • Feature • 106 pages

    As punishment for their original sin, Adam and Eve are reincarnated throughout the ages, separated by great distance, but connected by a psychic bond and intense yearning. They must constantly outsmart an ancient tribe of mystic hunters in alliance with the devil who hunts them mercilessly to prevent their apocalyptic reunion.

  • The Soul Eaters

    Sherrill Wark • Action • Feature

  • Look at the Stars

    Rebecca Stallard • Feature • 123 pages

  • The Children's Game

    J. Trask • Drama • Feature • 112 pages

    A young baseball player barely misses the MLB draft, and has to return to his annual job as a ballpark vendor. The summer gets shaken up when a flashy new girl starts working at the park.

  • BRIGHTS

    Edward Klau • Thriller • Feature • 91 pages

    When Derek makes the mistake of flashing his brights at the wrong car, he’s chased all over Los Angeles by a group of vicious maniacs who make this the most terrifying night of his life.

  • Wednesday's Child

    Lillian Francken • Drama • Feature • 90 pages

  • COLD BONES (A Nickle & Dime Adventure)

    John Duggan • Horror • Feature • 112 pages

  • KIDICIDE

    Kelly Jean karam • Horror • Feature • 90 pages

    In her quest to build a perfect nuclear family, an award-winning chemist begins to realize that the horrific events invading her life are the work of the younger man she impulsively married and his sociopathic son.

  • Elizabeth's Storm

    Faith Cox • Drama • Feature • 120 pages

  • The Lazarus Effect

    GRAHAM PARKE • Sci-fi • Feature • 102 pages

    We've all heard the stories of people miraculously surviving failing parachutes, gunshots to the head, and lightning strikes. But what if this isn't just luck? What if there's something more fundamental at work? Logline: After discovering a loophole in reality that allows them to predict moments of invincibility, a young tech savvy couple must stop a rogue government agent from using their technology to disable the country's defense systems.

  • Long White Line

    David Hauslein • Drama • Feature • 93 pages

  • The Invisible Fish Affair

    Larry Woldenberg • Comedy • Feature • 91 pages

    An aquarium store manager desperate to save his job decides to sell invisible fish which lands him in the lap of the unsavory underworld.

  • Kopy Kat

    Joe Leone • Comedy • Feature • 100 pages

  • 2-12-Delta

    David Brichetto • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

    A young police officer grapples with her family’s secret past, and tries to balance her careers as cop and blues musician with her tumultuous life.

  • The Lazarus Effect

    GRAHAM PARKE • Sci-fi • Feature • 102 pages

    We've all heard the stories of people miraculously surviving failing parachutes, gunshots to the head, and lightning strikes. But what if this isn't just luck? What if there's something more fundamental at work? Logline: After discovering a loophole in reality that allows them to predict moments of invincibility, a young tech savvy couple must stop a rogue government agent from using their technology to disable the country's defense systems.

  • Up A Steep Grade

    Carol Hoffman • Drama • Feature • 109 pages

  • Jackalope

    Steven Lankenau • Drama • Feature • 105 pages

  • Crackerjacks

    Henry Kana • Feature • 105 pages

    WWI action/drama about American Pilots vs German Spies.

  • Rockaway Daze

    Kevin Gregory • Drama • Feature • 95 pages

  • A Gentleman of Good Hope

    Christina Hulen • Drama • Feature • 120 pages

    At the turn of the 19th Century, a controversial yet brilliant British military surgeon must battle detractors who would subvert his pioneering reforms while maintaining a secret that could end his career. He is a woman.

  • Shadow of a Gator

    Annie Macdonald • Feature • 92 pages

  • The Monster Watcher

    Simona Atias • Comedy • Feature • 125 pages

  • Witness in a Small Town

    Barry Brodsky • Thriller • Feature • 116 pages

  • Collectors' Edition

    Sean Freese • Comedy • Feature • 106 pages

    “COLLECTOR’S EDITION has a great, original premise. It’s a mystery set in the world of specialized collectables, fascinating, funny and heartfelt”. Oaxaca Filmfest

  • Ghost Bride

    Sam Tsembides • Thriller • Feature • 98 pages

  • HAVEN

    Freddy Boutros • Drama • Feature • 101 pages

    A young outcast in a small village is accused of murdering his girlfriend. Now blacklisted, with a biased sheriff on his case, he must uncover the truth and muster the courage to leave Haven.

  • Searching for Justice

    Raza Rizvi • Drama • Feature • 121 pages

    After a lesbian college student gets raped by her male study partner, she struggles with the repercussions of an unwanted pregnancy and tries to find justice in a Louisiana legal system riddled with bias towards both women and the LBGT community.

  • Nine Days

    Edson Oda • Feature • 107 pages

  • A Fool's Paradise

    Marcus Nicolas • Sci-fi • Feature • 117 pages

  • The Best Things In Life Are Free

    Carol Hoffman • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

  • ManDate

    Noi Sabal • Comedy • Feature • 97 pages

  • Redemption's Edge

    gregg hanour • Action • Feature • 112 pages

    L.A. media descends on a hostage situation at City Bank, invited¬¬––by the robber––before the heist went down. A daring escape and cryptic clue to the next caper start a cat and mouse game between the city’s most famous detective and the ex-con he put away. Mensa mind games catapult the men into a final confrontation where a ticking bomb threatens to end them both.

  • Suicide Lemonade

    Jamy Abrorov • Thriller • Feature • 95 pages

  • Dark Zone

    Tom Cosgrove • Feature • 92 pages

  • Democracy's Prisoner

    Gary Wells • Drama • Feature • 94 pages

  • Madness in the Hive

    Nikhail Asnani • Thriller • Feature • 99 pages

    After being abused by his boss, a young scientist poses as a woman to get revenge.

  • The Last Book Store

    colette freedman • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

  • CATCH!

    Jerry Nield • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

  • The Hoopla

    Thomas Nesti • Drama • Feature • 112 pages

  • Allied Vengeance - Task Force Sinjar

    Mike Hardy • Action • Feature • 118 pages

  • Rapacious

    Zeb Halsell • Thriller • Feature • 110 pages

    A college student struggling to find his purpose in life accompanies his physics professor to find a long forgotten ancient mysterious relic only to find themselves entangled in a worldwide conspiracy web that involves the Russian mob.

  • Needles

    Michael E. Bierman • Horror • Feature • 98 pages

  • The Shackettes

    Debi Calabro • Drama • Feature • 96 pages

  • Cedar Valley

    Christopher Colpitts • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

    Between flying around to see his children, a retired firefighter relives his life, trying to find meaning in a cruel and chaotic world.

  • Wasted

    MARGARET FOLARIN • Thriller • Feature • 99 pages

  • Raven

    Lillian Francken • Thriller • Feature • 96 pages

  • Shadowplay

    Judith Marston • Thriller • Feature • 106 pages

  • A Demon & Kaylee Watson

    Casey Mensing • Horror • Feature • 86 pages

  • EDNA AND BLANCHE

    larry arann • Comedy • Feature • 108 pages

  • Gene Wars

    Andrey Kretsch • Sci-fi • Feature • 111 pages

    What if in our persistent pursuit of human genetic manipulation and modification, we create a generation with exceptional IQ. But as an unintended consequence end up with generations of brilliant, but amoral psychotics.

  • trail of the demon

    C.R. Night • Horror • Feature • 97 pages

  • Cover Crop

    Jeffrey Howe • Sci-fi • Feature • 106 pages

    On an isolated farm planet, a botanist used to playing it safe stumbles back into a relationship with an old flame—and onto a secret his corporate bosses will kill to keep.

  • 3 Feet

    Sandra Smith • Drama • Feature • 107 pages

  • The Warrior & The Hippo

    Robert Shill • Feature • 80 pages

  • The Experiment

    Lynda Lemberg & Jeffrey Allen Russel, Jeffrey Russel • Drama • Feature • 101 pages

  • CONSCIENCE 2.0

    James Feliciano • Sci-fi • Feature • 97 pages

  • THE WOODPECKER WALTZ

    Daniel Leonetti • Drama • Feature • 106 pages

  • ILL GOTTEN GAINS

    June Escalante • Comedy • Feature • 105 pages

    A dangerous criminal family begins to fall apart in their attempt to retrieve a large amount of money stolen by, Vera, their disgruntled maid.

  • Step Momster

    Chase Caldwell • Comedy • Feature • 110 pages

  • Duran, New Mexico

    Laura Lagasse • Comedy • Feature • 99 pages

  • The Day I Danced

    Faith Cox • Drama • Feature • 120 pages

  • Lost In Laundry

    Oren Weitz • Feature • 80 pages

  • Grape Expectations

    Bob Slusarczyk • Comedy • Feature • 101 pages

  • The Count of Monte Ceito

    Jeff Eagle • Comedy • Feature • 102 pages

  • Blink

    Kyle Lavore • Fantasy • Feature • 92 pages

    In a world where everyone has an odd affliction that goes away when they get a terminal illness, a young woman who can't blink joins forces with an older woman with advanced ALS to explore the idea of assisted suicide.

  • Time After Time

    Dwayne Conyers • Fantasy • Feature • 89 pages

  • Birthday Blues

    Michelle Muldoon • Feature • 99 pages

  • Midnight Ride

    Andrew Stein • Comedy • Feature • 98 pages

    When a pathologically tongue-tied Paul Revere races to Concord on the night of his famous ride to win back his one true love, he can’t get anyone to believe his message that the British are coming while a vengeful admirer stalks him, a jealous competitor sabotages him, a nearsighted Hessian mercenary tries to kill him and the entire British army pursues him though one ridiculously long night.

  • A Fool's Paradise

    Marcus Nicolas • Sci-fi • Feature • 117 pages

  • The Republic of Bensonville

    Kent Probst • Comedy • Feature • 107 pages

    The mayor must find the courage to lead the Texas border town of Bensonville when they secede from the United States, because they’re fed up with unrepaired roads and little representation, risking an “international” war.

  • Rebound

    Warren Glover • Comedy • Feature • 100 pages

    A career-oriented young woman, offered her ideal job abroad, must decide on her dysfunctional three-year relationship while coping with a shock visit from her estranged, overbearing mother.

  • Darlings

    Aaron Yeung • Drama • Feature • 114 pages

  • Riding on Duke's Train

    Ken Kimmelman • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

  • Pirate Queen

    Lee Costanzo • Feature • 126 pages

  • Copsucker

    Michael Proudfoot • Thriller • Feature • 115 pages

  • Put Love Aside

    Richard Los • Drama • Feature • 95 pages

    Sable Rose is a young and attractive Dominatrix tied to a string of suicides in New York and Los Angeles. L.A.P.D. Homicide Detective John Davis, thinks she is a murderer. His partner, Sara Mitchell doesn't. He is going to bring her to justice one way or the other. Sable sees herself as a Heroine for Justice - Justice will be served - but not to her.

  • Cover Crop

    Jeffrey Howe • Sci-fi • Feature • 106 pages

    On an isolated farm planet, a botanist used to playing it safe stumbles back into a relationship with an old flame—and onto a secret his corporate bosses will kill to keep.

  • Maggie Rocks

    Guy Francisco Polin • Comedy • Feature • 108 pages

  • EPIPHANY

    Despina Moraitou • Feature • 114 pages

  • Something Better

    Roxanne Paukner • Other • Feature • 111 pages

  • Speak English

    Kieran Angelini • Comedy • Feature • 116 pages

    A commitment-phobic, xenophobic cardsharp is blackmailed into marrying a ruthless Peruvian gangster's French mistress to keep her from being deported, then puts his life in even greater danger by falling in love with the guy's hot-blooded Mexican wife.

  • You Can Look Now

    Mark Steensland • Horror • Feature • 103 pages

  • Asshole Poltergeist

    Aaron Barrocas • Comedy • Feature • 119 pages

    While under house arrest, an unrepentant womanizer must face his selfish past in order to outwit a vindictive, ill-tempered poltergeist, or he will remain the victim of shrewd and humiliating pranks designed to derail his love life.

  • The Girl Next Door

    Selene Castrovilla • Drama • Feature • 101 pages

  • Stormie

    Elias Posada • Drama • Feature • 88 pages

  • All American Boy

    Scott Boswell • Drama • Feature • 104 pages

  • The Cure

    Martin Blinder • Sci-fi • Feature • 125 pages

  • Timmy Cooke: A Love Story

    Aaron Barrocas • Horror • Feature • 116 pages

  • Debbie The Viking

    Graham Parke • Feature • 96 pages

    Life can be tough, especially for a Viking trapped in a little girl’s body. When Debbie, who's convinced she's a Viking trapped in a little girl's body, is about to be removed from her single father's care, she calls upon her Viking skills to assemble a team of the ignored and forgotten of society to trick social services into letting her stay with her father forever.

  • United We Fall

    Gibran Perrone • Thriller • Feature • 99 pages

  • Ruby Tuesday

    Adam Küykendall • Sci-fi • Feature • 118 pages

  • No Direction Home

    Marnie Collins • Adventure • Feature • 117 pages

  • The Black Cat

    David Bancel • Adventure • Feature • 109 pages

    A rogue WWI pilot, a beautiful Indian spy, Pinkerton detectives, a mystical seductress and the German Army all race to find the source of mysterious and powerful magic that will change the nature of time itself.

  • Kuan Yin and the Min River Bridge

    Kathryn Kyker • Animated • Feature • 106 pages

  • Fly Girl

    Patrick Byrne • Family • Feature • 110 pages

    Lucy has always dreamed of being a pilot just like her father, but after her father is injured in combat, his PTSD becomes the obstacle between Lucy and her chance to become a world-class junior glider pilot.

  • Released

    Karen Borger • Feature • 93 pages

  • Tanks

    Martin Blinder • Drama • Feature • 97 pages

  • The Sculptor

    Kris Lippert • Thriller • Feature • 101 pages

    An emotionally stunted female detective, on the hunt for a serial killer who leaves his victims in elaborate poses, discovers that the killer sacrifices people to an ancient deity to have his wish granted as a reward.

  • Precious Seconds

    • Feature • 109 pages

  • THURSDAYS WITH ADOLF

    Keith Planit • Feature • 118 pages

  • Laughing All The Way

    Jim Bernfield • Comedy • Feature • 102 pages

  • friendship

    marie robinson • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

  • Due South

    Evan Schullery • Animated • Feature • 100 pages

  • THE FIGHTING CHAIR

    Michael Hayden • Comedy • Feature • 115 pages

  • Bison Man

    Michael Rhodes • Feature • 102 pages

  • Crime Cycle

    Donald Brown • Thriller • Feature • 118 pages

  • Virtuality

    Alex Nava • Feature • 102 pages

  • Underground

    Craig Clyde • Thriller • Feature • 113 pages

  • Return of the Hero

    John Morrison • Feature • 112 pages

  • THE SANDBOX

    Mathieu Saliva • Sci-fi • Feature • 97 pages

  • 3 Dogs on a Bone

    Terry Hayman • Thriller • Feature • 114 pages

    Framed for rape and murder, a detective fights to keep a lid on the DNA results that get him out so he can go after the real killers – the three brothers who abused him back when he was still a girl.