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  • 642

    #1

    Experience
    Taj Jenkins Musco | Drama | Feature | 105 pages | View Writer Profile
    A lonely bus driver is torn between truth and deception when she discovers a lost love doll on her bus, then secretly befriends the doll’s owner under false pretenses.
  • 641

    #2

    The Last Statesman
    DAVID LAMBERTSON | Comedy | Feature | 117 pages | View Writer Profile
    An old and cranky local politician goes publicly bananas in an effort to draw attention to an important social issue. This inadvertently puts the career of his son, the Governor of California, at risk.
  • 637

    #3

    Halcyon Falls
    Jeff Bower | Drama | Television (One-hour) | 58 pages | View Writer Profile
    A traumatized town struggles to return to normalcy after a brutal school shooting, while desperately hiding their secrets from the media...and each other. Think AMERICAN CRIME meets THE KILLING.
  • 620

    #4

    On Probation
    Sergio Cámara | Comedy | Television (Half-hour) | 40 pages | View Writer Profile
    After her marriage ends, an old-school housewife has to start over as a social worker in a rowdy parole office. Her only weapons, please and thank you.
  • 615

    #5

    The G.O.A.T.
    Sid Patwa | Comedy | Feature | 102 pages | View Writer Profile
    A gifted Indian teen rapper in the 90's, dealing with disappointing his family, has one night to finally face his nemesis in an epic rap battle in order to "up" his social status, impress his crush and become the Greatest Of All Time.
  • 609

    #6

    DARRYN THE BOLD AND THE SWORD OF BOLDNESS
    Justin Best | Fantasy | Feature | 111 pages | View Writer Profile
    When a past-his-prime knight is asked by his estranged daughter to find a fabled sword, his quest leads him to his two worst enemies: the evil woman who nearly killed him and his own ego.
  • 608

    #7

    Whispers from the Watchtower
    Jai Brandon | Thriller | Feature | 119 pages
    The host of a popular skeptic/debunking radio show works alongside a reluctant psychic in a last ditch attempt to find his missing daughter.
  • 607

    #8

    The Surveillance of Ordinary Things
    Susan Brunig | Drama | Feature | 102 pages
    A middle-aged, suburban housewife in the midst of a dark, existential crisis decides to run away and end it all. But when she stumbles upon an unplugged community of creative misfits, they remind her of the artist she once was.
  • 607

    #9

    Guns and Grace
    Odin Ozdil | Adventure | Feature | 93 pages | View Writer Profile
    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.
  • 603

    #10

    Tucked
    Robert Axelrod | Drama | Television (One-hour) | 63 pages
    After being excommunicated from the Hasidic community, a mother works to regain custody of her children and adapt to secular life while working at a wig shop run by a black Muslim drag queen.
  • 602

    #11

    Love and Insurrection
    Ernestina Juarez | Drama | Feature | 118 pages | View Writer Profile
    An African-American slave joins Mexico's struggle for independence after befriending, and then witnessing the execution of, the author of the first law against slavery on the North American continent. (Based in part on true events)
  • 601

    #12

    A War on Terror
    Peter Haig | Other | Feature | 127 pages | View Writer Profile
    After being ambushed by a group of Taliban insurgents, a handful of US soldiers wake up in a room unsure if they are dead or alive. Unbeknownst to them, their fate becomes tied to an Afghan grandmother & granddaughter bent on freeing souls from their hellish fate.
  • 599

    #13

    The Delivery
    Gil Seltzer | Drama | Feature | 109 pages | View Writer Profile
    A Jordanian history professor turned radicalized terrorist is tasked with delivering a car bomb from Dallas to New York City. His cover - an unwitting 12-year old boy who joins him for the tenuous drive through the American heartland.
  • 599

    #14

    BUTTERFLY CHILDREN
    Melanie Schiele | Drama | Feature | 95 pages | View Writer Profile
    A husband and wife, at odds with each other over their failing marriage, struggle to save their six-year-old daughter afflicted with a rare and debilitating disease, leaving her skin as fragile as a butterfly's wings.
  • 598

    #15

    Labyrinth of Destiny
    Ernestina Juarez | Drama | Feature | 111 pages | View Writer Profile
    Ulysses Grant's experience of love and death as a young officer in the Mexican-American War influences an important decision he makes as the commanding general of the Union Army during the Civil War.
  • 596

    #16

    Emergent
    Brian Kazmarck | Sci-fi | Feature | 112 pages
    A brilliant programmer gets embroiled in a bizarre and dangerous long triangle between a co-worker who saved her life and an artificial intelligence that nearly killed her.
  • 595

    #17

    HELLDORADO
    Billie Bates | Drama | Feature | 110 pages
    Based on a true story. A straitlaced young woman struggles to run a saloon in prohibition-era Vegas — alongside brothels and mobsters — and becomes central to the legalization of gambling in Nevada.
  • 595

    #18

    The Beginning of the End and The End
    David Lambertson | Comedy | Feature | 120 pages | View Writer Profile
    A battle of wits ensues when a jaded, arrogant divorce lawyer moves into an office adjacent to a strong-willed marriage counselor. Ironically, a building fire that interrupts their battles sparks a relationship.
  • 595

    #19

    Foxed
    James Stewart | Sci-fi | Feature | 103 pages
    When the children from a steampunk town are kidnapped by shape-shifting foxes who have been driven off their land, a brave girl and her brainy brother must find a way to escape -- and bring peace to these rival worlds.
  • 593

    #20

    The Divinity Cycle
    Nelson Downend | Thriller | Television (One-hour) | 59 pages
    The lives of a disillusioned priest struggling with addiction, a recently widowed homicide detective and an ambitious young journalist converge as an enigmatic performance artist leads them into the mystery surrounding an active serial killer.

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