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LITTLE ARMENIA

A loveably cantankerous old hermit struggles to save his obsolete used bookshop from being demolished by an offensively modern world, but his only ally is a shy, young, female writer who's trying to push him out of his comfort zone and into the 21st century. PDF Excerpt

Written by: Alexander Berger     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Starring Roles For: 70s male working class intellectual
20s female middle class bibliophile
In the Vein Of: LOST IN TRANSLATION
ABOUT SCHMIDT
THE STATION AGENT
Posted: 05/02/2018
Updated: 05/02/2018
Author Bio: https://filmfreeway.com/AlexanderBerger

Alexander Berger is currently the Script Coordinator on the OWN original series QUEEN SUGAR (created by Ava DuVernay). Previously, he worked as the Script Coordinator on Showtime’s original series RAY DONOVAN (created by Ann Biderman).

His award winning original pilot BLOOD ON THE WALL, inspired by his childhood in West Philly, is a crime show from the perspective of a black teen caught between cops and gangsters. The teen uses his controversial mural art and the fame that comes with it to fight the violence plaguing his neighborhood.

His newest original pilot, GUNS OF SABINO CANYON, is a modern Western in which the heroic outlaw is an undocumented Mayan woman from Guatemala who reluctantly becomes a gunslinger for a xenophobic Sheriff. That script was inspired by his childhood in Tucson, Arizona.

On the feature side, Alex’s dramatic comedy, LITTLE ARMENIA, about an aging, used bookshop clerk combating the digital revolution, was a Quarterfinalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting. He also wrote ONU, an action/comedy about a womanizing American spy who discovers he has a 12-year-old daughter. That script was a Semifinalist in the Nicholl Fellowships.

Contest Results: Nicholl Fellowships (Quarterfinalist) [2014]