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Top Rated Drama Screenplays This Month

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  • #1

    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.

  • #2

    Double Time Dames

    Davia Carter • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages • View Writer Profile

    At the height of the Jazz Age, an all-female big band battles through the corruption and machismo of 1920s Chicago, in an effort to make a name for themselves.

  • #3

    A War On Terror

    Peter Haig • Drama • Short • 27 pages • View Writer Profile

    When a group of soldiers is hit by an IED they are left to figure out if they are alive, dead, or worse.

  • #4

    Warrior Girl

    Laurie Whitaker • Drama • Feature • 120 pages • View Writer Profile

    After a horrific car accident kills her father and shatters her leg, Amy, 15, an Olympic bound gymnast, is sent to live on an Indian Reservation with an equally wounded stranger, her Native American grandfather, who, as it turns out, is a healer...

  • #5

    Guilt

    Jamie Severson • Drama • Feature • 112 pages • View Writer Profile

    During the final days of the second world war, an SS Officer newly assigned to a NAZI death camp struggles between duty and conscience when torn by obligation and a fledgling friendship with a Jewish inmate. Inspired in part by a true story.

  • #6

    Labyrinth of Destiny

    Ernestina Juarez • Drama • Feature • 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.

  • #7

    Love and Insurrection

    Ernestina Juarez • Drama • Feature • 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)

  • #8

    Sons of Havana

    Max Kaplow • Drama • Feature • 107 pages • View Writer Profile

    Two impoverished brothers are the best baseball players in 1990's Cuba, but when the older brother defects for a life of stardom in the major leagues it sparks a chain reaction of consequences testing their love of family, country, and the game.

  • #9

    Saint Chloe

    Stacie Shellner • Drama • Feature • 108 pages • View Writer Profile

    After enduring a tragic event, a mother and her young daughter find redemption, along with the small town they live in, when the little girl is visited by "Jesus."

  • #10

    The Queen Of Caspary

    Laura Solow • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 66 pages • View Writer Profile

    A neo-noir that follows femme fatale Lee Caspary as she sets out to stop the egomaniacal drug lord who threatens to destroy the New England Island she loves and calls home.

  • #11

    Freedom Soldier

    Armelle Lajus • Drama • Feature • 97 pages • View Writer Profile

    An African American teenager enlists in the Army and is sent as part of the 369th Infantry Regiment, a unit that’s comprised solely of African American soldiers, to fight in World War I.

  • #12

    THE MILK ROUTE

    Michael Begg • Drama • Feature • 100 pages

    An infamous New Orleans real estate developer journeys through the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in an attempt to find the father figure from his past who went missing during the storm.

  • #13

    Greenwood

    Nathan Patton • Drama • Feature • 109 pages • View Writer Profile

    Tulsa, 1921 - During one of the worst incidents of racial violence in the history of the United States, a dutiful attorney must work outside the law in order to save himself and protect the prosperous black community he calls home.

  • #14

    The Divinity Cycle

    Nelson Downend • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 62 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.

  • #15

    Three Sisters

    Jen Gutierrez • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages

    A family drama that follows the lives of three sisters in New York City as their paths weave in and out of each other, only to collide head-on after learning the truth that one of the sisters is not who they think she is.

  • #16

    BUTTERFLY CHILDREN

    Melanie Schiele • Drama • Feature • 95 pages • View Writer Profile

    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.

  • #17

    CONCRETE JUNGLE

    David Michael Kushner • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages

    Based on true events, CONCRETE JUNGLE follows the exploits of Queenie St. Clair, a female African-American gangster who fought the Italian Mafia for control of Harlem in the 1930s.

  • #18

    H8

    Faisal Azam, Erica Velis • Drama • Television (One-hour) • 69 pages • View Writer Profile

    When minority children start going missing in a small Southern town, two exceptional FBI agents—one Black, one Pakistani-American—with colliding worldviews are called in to investigate. What they uncover reveals the heart of hatred in America and a vast, sinister conspiracy.

  • #19

    Whose Sky is No Less Grand

    Amanda Norman • Drama • Feature • 101 pages • View Writer Profile

    A young teen starts a relationship with a much older boy while chasing the prize money of a prestigious academic competition that could save her troubled family's livelihood.

  • #20

    A Suspect in Arms

    Selcen Onsan • Drama • Feature • 115 pages

    A star cop struggles with the implications around testifying against his partner and mentor in the shooting death of a black man, catapulting his storybook life and bi-racial marriage into upheaval as he heads to trial as the key witness.

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