SCREENPLAYS

If you want to be a great director, be a great screenwriter.
—Akira Kurosawa

Genre: Drama. Short Screenplay. 12 pages.

2-time Cannes winner!
3-time CANNES OFFICIAL SELECTION!
Featured in TORONTO FILM Magazine & film daily MAGAZINE!

A current 15-time Best Screenplay Winner on the 2021-2022 film festival circuit!

Logline: After losing her job, a kindhearted man consoles a young woman in Central Park. But upon their next visitation, his life is forever changed—from unforeseen circumstances.

Genre: Neo-noir, Drama, Crime, Mystery, Thriller, Action, 12 pages.
A short script to be made into a feature-length screenplay in Winter 2022.

Cannes winner!

Current 2-time Best Screenplay Winner on the 2021-2022 film festival circuit!


Logline: On a rainy Seattle night, a mysterious man & woman meet, not realizing they share a close bond—through vengeance and murder.

Genre: Comedy, Action, Adventure. Feature-Length Script. 108 pages.

Cannes official selection!

Current 3-time Best Screenplay Winner on the 2021-2022 film festival circuit!

Logline: After seeing her father at the movies with another woman, his daughter confides to her zany, Italian family that he is having an affair. With their support, she tells her mother, who gives them strict orders to plot a stakeout at the drive-in—where all hell breaks loose.

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Suspense, Drama. Short Screenplay. 29 pages.

Current 2-time winner on the 2021-2022 film festival circuit!

Logline: During a severe snowstorm, three friends decide to take a shortcut home. But their after-school journey becomes a horrific detour when they venture into the dense forest known as The Jigsaw.

Genre: Satirical Comedy, Character-Driven. 30 pages.

Logline: A blue-collar worker is promoted as company liaison for a Paris business trip. But his over-the-top French preparations put him on a fine line between cultural awareness and being a menace to society.

Currently on the 2021-2022 film festival circuit!

Comps: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure meets Napoleon Dynamite in the cinematic, eccentric style of Wes Anderson.

Genre: Dramedy. 5 pages.

FILMCOM AWARDS 24HR SCREENPLAY CHALLENGE WINNER — october 2021

Logline: While making his moves on a patron in a hotel bar, a chauvinistic man learns the outcome isn't what he expected.

To read the award-winning script, click on the film poster.

Genre: Comedy. Animation. 5 pages.

FILMCOM AWARDS 24HR Screenwriting Challenge Runner-up Winner — July 2021

Logline: Hoping for a better way of life, a brave chicken saves his coop comrades from their monstrous owner and leads them all to freedom.

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Genre: Comedy. 5 pages.

FILMCOM AWARDS 24HR SCREENPLAY CHALLENGE Finalist — June 2021

Logline: When a man discovers a furry feline companion, he learns fate gave him something more than what he anticipated: Love!

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Genre: Scifi, Drama, Adventure, Action. 5 pages.

FILMCOM AWARDS 24HR SCREENPLAY CHALLENGE WINNER — May 2021

Logline:
Agents Mulder and Scully are sent forth into the infamous Skinwalker Ranch, but something along the way leads them to another reality.

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Genre: Horror, Thriller, Drama. Short Screenplay. Writing Sample Project. 21 pages.

Logline: Puzzled by gruesome massacres in a rural town, a senior police detective discovers a nefarious link to the victims and infamous serial killer, Michael Myers.

RATED R for Graphic Violence, Language, Sensitive Subjects. Viewer Discretion Advised.

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Logline: A wife is asked for a divorce by her dispassionate husband on their twentieth anniversary in Central Park. At the same moment, a man admits to his girlfriend that he’s a cross-dresser, and a young man tells his family he’s gay while introducing his older, flamboyant lover.

Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller, Suspense, Drama, True Story. Feature-Length Script. 109 pages.

Logline: When a young and aspiring starlet seeks love along the way to her Hollywood dream, she becomes the obsession of many admirers. But her mysterious past catches up with her, resulting in her gruesome, unsolved, 1947 murder.

Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller, Suspense, Drama, True Story. Feature-Length Script. 108 pages.

Logline: A skilled FBI agent becomes obsessed in capturing a skyjacker named Dan Cooper, who demands $200,000, four parachutes, and a vanishing jump from a 727 airplane.

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Action, Adventure. Pitch Available/No Script. This project is SAW meets GUNS AKIMBO set in a serious and dramatic, high-octane style.

Logline: An intolerant man is corrected by a low-key serial killer named Conscience, who forces him to participate in a deadly scavenger hunt, in which his innocent, kidnapped family is the prize.