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Shore Scripts Names 2018 Contest Winners

Jordan Presser's Hungry Man has been named the winning feature of the 2018 Shore Scripts Screenwriting Competition, while Galápagos by Lukas Hassel was the winning TV Pilot. Stephanie Bollag & Lily Lyor Askenazi won the Short Script competition with their screenplay, Esther In Wonderland.

FEATURE

HUNGRY MAN
by Jordan Prosser
Leon Greene and his manipulative tapeworm have tasted every forbidden food on earth, but when Leon falls for the enigmatic hotelier Jennifer Feathers, the worm coaxes him into hunting down the one delicacy they have yet to sample – human flesh.

SHRIMP
By Nicole Jones
A 62-year-old introverted woman has developed supernatural abilities as a result of being born in The Great Salt Lake to a young polygamist girl. Through the process of losing a loving relationship, she discovers a new life and the confidence to share her unique powers with the rest of the world.

SIX LETTER WORD
by Lisanne Sartor
Waitress Zoe is a socially inept numbers whiz struggling to understand her autistic son, Jax. Her fraught relationships with her own estranged mother, Marilyn, and with a troubled neuropsychologist, Pete, force Zoe to come to terms with Jax’s autism as well as with her own undiagnosed autism. Stephanie Bollag & Lily Lyor Askenazi won the Short Scirpt competition with their script,

FUCK YOU, JOHN
by Zac Kish
It’s a disaster movie’s sequel… if they had chickened out in the first one. When John refuses to sacrifice his life to stop an asteroid from hitting the planet, he becomes the most hated man in the world. That is, until the world needs him to save it… again.

LOOP THIEF
by Bruce Branit
A mad-at-the-world college student gets mixed up with a dangerous heist crew. But when the mysterious item they are stealing turns out to be something that alters time, he discovers that the world he hated might be worth fighting for.

TV PILOT

GALÁPAGOS
by Lukas Hassel
Year 2437. Three thousand meters under the icy crust of earth, the last remaining pocket of mankind struggle to answer the question: Is life for the sake of living any life at all?

FITS THE CRIME
By Steve Blame
When a serial killer targets London’s gay community in the 1980s, a young police detective in a vehemently homophobic police force hunts him down in order to deal with the confusion over his own identity.

LYRE
by Amanda Prentiss
A battered post-WWII housewife desperate to escape her abusive marriage struggles against her growing guilt, as well as her community’s prying eyes, after she accuses her husband of a crime she committed.

WASHED
by Doug Spaltro
A misfit group of disillusioned religious zealots band together hunting down charismatic religious leaders and expose their hidden crimes.

INK STAINS
by Natalie Howell
A group of clueless students struggle to navigate the pitfalls of college life whilst also trying to keep a failing student-run newspaper alive.

SHORT

ESTHER IN WONDERLAND
by Stephanie Bollag & Lily Lyor Askenazi
In this tale of female self-expression, community and the seductive power of hip-hop music and breakdance, the Hasidic rebellious, married young Esther joins a crew of female breakdancers and gets romantically involved with the crew-leader’s younger brother, Sawyer.

NO ORDINARY STRANGER
by Matthew Hooper & Steve Kenny
After being attacked and left for dead in the Wyoming wilderness, a wandering drifter is forced to confront his traumatic past when he is taken in by two dubious strangers.

DO UNTO OTHERS
by Matthew Muchka
A grieving father confronts his child’s killer on a live television and must decide if the revenge his family wants is worth his soul.”

Updated: 11/30/2018
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Additional Contest Info: Shore Scripts Feature Screenplay Contest