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Mike Dean's romantic-comedy logline The Dude has been named the 1st Place Winner of the Three Lines Or Less Contest for the month of April, 2011.
Logline: A newlywed couple's honeymoon becomes a dating reality show when their destination is also the show's location, and The Dude comes to an untimely demise.
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Screenplay title: "The Dude"
Written By: Mike Dean
Logline: An ex-con Hollywood stunt driver is retained by the F.B.I. to transport a federal witness- the Godfather's 75-yr. old mother- cross country in one week's time while avoiding being stopped or killed by pursuing mobsters and corrupt law enforcement.
Genre: Dark Comedy
Screenplay title: "Banking on Betty"
Written By: Geno Scala
Logline: A "SILENCE OF THE LAMBS" type thriller with the dark edge of "SEVEN" and "HALLOWEEN". Five years after being removed from a mass murder investigation, a female Chicago homicide detective uncovers evidence which could prove the innocence of a man about to be executed while the true killer begins a brand new wave of mayhem and terror.
Genre: Suspense Thriller
Screenplay title:"BUTCHER'S DOZEN"
Written By: Jerry Vasilatos
Logline: At the end of their rope, two brothers use well-intended but questionable methods to borrow a million dollars to enter a high-stakes fantasy baseball league on TV.
Screenplay title: "Fantasy Lovers"
Written By: Paul Schowalter
Logline: A young man, in an effort to escape his nefarious family, travels to California to pursue his pious calling, only to receive a call of a different kind when asked by his father to avenge the murder of his mobster brother.
Screenplay title: "Father, Son, And the Holy Coast"
Written By: Geno Scala
An interview with screenwriter Eli Kornstein regarding the Three Lines Or Less Writing Competition.
An interview with screenwriter Mike Dean regarding the Three Lines Or Less Writing Competition.