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A Freeding Frenzy has announced Diane Hank's ALL THAT I AM as the 1st Place winner of their 2007 Screenplay Contest:
TOP 3 WINNERS (2007)
ALL THAT I AM, Diane Hanks
Psychological Thriller: When a young man finds himself locked up in a mental facility and doesn't know why, he remembers enough to know he must break out to save his love, but quickly discovers that he must face the truth and take responsibility for his own actions first.
GHOUL, Kelly Parks
Horror: When a young lawyer and his girlfriend dine at a new restaurant, the cops raid it for serving human flesh and the couple soon discover they have insatiable appetites, growing supernatural powers and a slew of mortal and immortal enemies who all want to kill them.
THE TOUCH, Naomi Lamont
Supernatural Drama: When a young man lies about his amazing ability to heal, he loses those close to him and nearly costs the woman he loves her life.
FINALISTS (in alphabetical order by script title)
A PAWN IN THE GAME, Ryan Peek
Drama: When a gifted inner city youth struggles to live up to his demanding father's expectations of him on the basketball court, he foregoes his real passion and true calling in the game of chess until he learns to fulfill his true potential.
CHILDREN OF THE SUN, Madeline Langford
Action/Adventure: When an ambitious journalist who thinks she doesn't need anyone's help gets dangerously entangled with rebel forces in Peru, she must learn to trust and accept help from a charming archeologist.
FELIX THE FLYER, Christopher Canole
Adventure Drama Bio: When a Cuban mailman runs in the 1904 Olympic marathon, he recounts everything that led him to the most bizarre race in Olympic history, including his 1200 mile super run up the Mississippi River.
PLANTER OF MEN, Jack Robbins
Drama: A grieving lawyer who can't get over the death of his son quits his job to work at a cemetery where he painstakingly honors the departed. When he befriends a widow whose teenage son is on the verge of committing suicide over the death of his father, the lawyer-turned-gravedigger finally learns that life is for the living.
SOLDIERS OF THE SHADOW SUN, Richard Shand
Drama: When a soldier, wounded in Iraq, returns home and descends into a personal hell, he falls in love with a provocative young Arab woman who holds the key to his escape.
TEN SHOTS OF TEQUILA, Ted Gurich
Romantic Comedy/Adventure: When her bail bondsman stepfather is murdered, a mousy woman follows her feuding sister to Mexico to catch a suave bail jumper but falls for the man while being pursued by treacherous drug smugglers.
THE LAST CHA CHA, Devi Snively
Dark Romantic Comedy: When a wallflower and a male stripper dog-sit for an ornery Chihuahua (or ten), they wrestle with romance and rabies on the road to true love.
Special "Best of" Honorable Mention Awards:
BEST OPENING SCENE:
BRAIN STORE, Fabricia Geeting
BEST CLOSING SCENE:
A TASK OF DRACULIAN PROPORTIONS: Dave Vaughan, THE QUEST FOR KERMIT THE VAMPIRE
BEST FEMALE CHARACTER NOT USED AS A MURDER PROP OR DECORATION ON THE LEADING MAN'S ARM:
BLACK STAR RISING, Doug Williams
An interview with screenwriter Ronald Vincent regarding the A Feeding Frenzy Writing Competition.
An interview with screenwriter Constantine Athanas regarding the A Feeding Frenzy Writing Competition.