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Top Rated Fantasy Screenplays This Month

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  • #1

    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.

  • #2

    Hellbound

    Roberto Saieh • Fantasy • Feature • 127 pages

    The kingdom of Cressia lies broken, besieged by war and famine. After an assassin curses the Queen and traps her soul in Hell, it is up to Rayner, the captain of the Guard, to lead four knights and an eleven year-old girl on a rescue mission through the very fires of damnation to free her soul, before the kingdom falls.

  • #3

    The Tiger's Daughter

    Jason Lee • Fantasy • Feature • 103 pages • View Writer Profile

    To save her clan, the daughter of a slain tribal chieftain must journey through a dangerous world of gods and monsters.

  • #4

    The Sun Ghost

    Arun Croll • Fantasy • Feature • 117 pages

    During World War II, a family imprisoned in a Japanese-American internment camp must stop an overprotective ghost from escalating the violence between the Japanese internees and their jailers.

  • #5

    Warriors of Legend

    Bryan Kelsey • Fantasy • Feature • 97 pages • View Writer Profile

    A young girl watches her father die by the sword of a monster-like enemy, but manages to escape with her two younger brothers. Across the vast blue sea, they find refuge among the kingdoms of man, but they can’t hide forever.

  • #6

    Otherworld

    Allison Dawn Prato • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 55 pages • View Writer Profile

    When a no-nonsense lawyer inherits an Irish estate from a grandmother she didn't know she had, she discovers that the legends around her family name are real. She must navigate ancient traditions, dark legends, and shifting loyalties if she's going to protect her newfound friends and survive what's coming.

  • #7

    Starring...John Dillinger

    Bill Walker • Fantasy • Feature • 125 pages • View Writer Profile

    When J. Edgar Hoover’s plans to kill John Dillinger are thwarted by the outlaw’s shocking surrender, he has no idea Dillinger will have the last laugh as he takes Hollywood by storm and becomes a star.

  • #8

    Immolation

    Arun Croll • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages

    Deep in northern California's redwoods, a commune of witches struggles to practice their craft in peace while clashing with local Christians, aggressive pot-farmers, and rival covens.

  • #9

    The Lady in the Lake

    Bryan Kelsey • Fantasy • Feature • 93 pages • View Writer Profile

    Before Arthur, there was the Lady in the Lake. This is the story of Annora, the girl who saved her island home from monsters and magic.

  • #10

    Five Queens

    Craig Berger • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 57 pages • View Writer Profile

    In the pre-technological world of Arborea, only five women exist. These women each rule their own queendoms in a delicate balance surrounding the hub known as Man's Land. When a sixth woman is discovered, it threatens to upend that balance and plunge the world into chaos.

  • #11

    Doggerlands

    Ross Allaire • Fantasy • Feature • 101 pages • View Writer Profile

    A teenage girl fights to save her newborn nephew from a pair of prehistoric cataclysms and the oppressive cult split between crowning her or killing them both.

  • #12

    Arinjay

    Matthew Willis • Fantasy • Television (One-hour) • 50 pages • View Writer Profile

    How an ordinary boy from the Real World and an extraordinary girl from the Dream World plan to stay together forever... or die trying.

  • #13

    #throwbackthursday

    Tyrel Lougheed • Fantasy • Feature • 111 pages

    Angela, a 17-year-old girl, travels back in time, and finds herself in the body of her mother's best friend in high school. Angela must deal with the fact that her mother is just learning of her pregnancy and decide whether or not to help her change the timeline.

  • #14

    The Devil's Symphony

    Scott Hamilton • Fantasy • Feature • 117 pages • View Writer Profile

    A 19th century paranormal detective must unravel the mysterious disappearance of over a hundred children from a plague-ridden town in remote Germany.

  • #15

    Instantly

    Gene Golus • Fantasy • Feature • 124 pages

    Compelled to act as a Cupid after given the power to see people’s true soul mates, a young woman in Manhattan must thwart the modern forces eager to profit from her divine gift, while also healing a tragic past, to earn her own chance at love.

  • #16

    SLAYER

    Alan Loubeau • Fantasy • Feature • 110 pages

    A former dragon slayer returns to the fray to face a fearsome dragon that had defeated her in the past.

  • #17

    CHANGE OF FATE

    Cheryl Mott Smith • Fantasy • Feature • 118 pages • View Writer Profile

    When a young Oracle abandons her studies for love, visions of her island’s destruction compel her to embrace her powers and battle dark forces unraveling her society -- to change the fate of her people, and save the man she loves. -- Inspired by Plato's "Atlantis"

  • #18

    Chemistry of Fear

    George Zwier • Fantasy • Short • 17 pages • View Writer Profile

    Gareth shuns attention but seeks the affections of Dinah, the donut shop girl. Battling his demons, he strives to overcome his social anxieties lest they control his life.

  • #19

    Saint. Sinner.

    J. Franklin Evans • Fantasy • Short • 20 pages • View Writer Profile

    A true do-gooder sells his soul to the devil to save the life of the woman he loves. In the end, his love and sacrifice still may not be enough.

  • #20

    I Don't Belong Here

    Ramon Olivo • Fantasy • Feature • 103 pages

    A troubled teenage artist, who struggles with who she is, must face her family’s dark past or end up losing everything

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