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Top Rated Screenplays This Month

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  • #1


    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.

  • #2

    Mount Pleasant

    Cat Dale • Drama • Television • 61 pages

    In 1880s Oklahoma, Native children are mandated to attend the Mount Pleasant Indian School by the US Government; but when Lola's brother does not return, she risks her life by leaving the reservation to find out what happened to him.

  • #3

    A Just Cause

    Andrea Fiest • Thriller • Feature • 116 pages

    When a Mideast peace negotiator is killed in a New York city subway bombing, his wife, an ACLU attorney, is chosen to represent the terrorist who has been arrested for the crime.

  • #4

    The Lean

    Pearse Lehane • Thriller • Feature • 109 pages

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

  • #5

    Honey Boy

    Shia Labeouf, Otis Lort • Drama • Feature • 113 pages

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

  • #6


    Michael Begg • Drama • Feature • 111 pages

    When the father figure from his childhood goes missing after a hurricane evacuation, an unpopular real estate developer must wade through the ruins of post-Katrina New Orleans to find him.

  • #7

    Scattering Jake

    Erica Tachoir • Drama • Feature • 109 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.

  • #8


    Khalil Sullins • Horror • Feature • 117 pages

    A detective fights terminal breast cancer while she hunts down a manipulative killer threatening to ignite a race war in Alabama.

  • #9


    SreyRam Kuy • Drama • Feature • 108 pages

    The Heart of a Tiger is the searing true story about the incredible courage, resilience and strength of a woman who survived one of the worst atrocities inflicted upon mankind, the Cambodian Genocide—in which over a four-year-period over two million Cambodians were murdered and dumped in mass grave sites. It is also the story of three generations of women, struggling against the boundaries placed upon them, each ultimately emerging triumphant to achieve their dreams. This is my family's story of survival.

  • #10


    John Richo • Historical Film • Feature • 119 pages

    In 1790’s Philadelphia, in order to evade laws prohibiting slavery, the renowned slave chef of the President of the United States has been directed to conceal his status. After years of pretending to be a free man, the chef is faced with the awful prospect of a return to plantation life.

  • #11


    Brock Newell • Action • Feature • 109 pages

    When his granddaughter is killed at a race riot, and the perpetrator eludes justice, an African-American veteran takes matters into his own hands- finding himself at war with a Neo Nazi crime ring.

  • #12


    Nicole Jones • Fantasy • Feature • 114 pages

    Shrimp's a 62 year old introverted woman who has developed supernatural abilities as a result of being born in The Great Salt Lake to a young polygamist girl. Through the process of losing a loving relationship, she discovers a new life and the confidence to share her unique powers with the rest of the world.

  • #13


    Melanie Schiele • Drama • Feature • 95 pages

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

  • #14


    Pearse Lehane • Drama • Feature • 99 pages

    When a PI discovers a movie mogul thinks William Shakespeare is still alive, he disguises himself as the Bard in a bid to land a $1M writers contract.

  • #15

    The Sweethearts Gang

    James C. Schlicker • Drama • Feature • 118 pages

    A man and his wife hoping for needed money get involved with a holdup man hiding out from the gang he stole from. But a sudden murder isn't only unexpected, it's a game changer.

  • #16

    End of Life "Pilot"

    Sean Collins-Smith • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 53 pages

    Frank, a Marine and Iraq War vet, runs an elaborate and decidedly illegal operation: helping stage murders for the suicidal. Their life insurance doesn't get voided, his team gets a cut, everyone goes home happy. What could possibly go wrong?

  • #17

    Mr. Moon

    Michael Langer • Adventure • Feature • 113 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.

  • #18


    Family • Feature • 103 pages

    A teenager raised in his family's video store and home schooled on a strict curriculum of 80’s movies is suddenly thrust into the complicated world of a modern high school.

  • #19

    Black & Blonde

    Jon Davis • Historical Film • Feature • 117 pages

    The true story of how Marilyn Monroe helped Ella Fitzgerald overcome racial barriers in 1955 by successfully campaigning for her to play LA’s hottest jazz club.

  • #20

    The Baltimore School of Charm

    Kelli McNeil • Drama • Feature • 103 pages

    A woman on the run for the murder of her abusive husband hides out in a small town in West Texas circa 1950 by posing as an East Coast debutante. Based on a true story.

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