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Betrayal at the Wedding

A young couple gets married and find that their single, dating parents, have their own agendas when attending their wedding reception.

Written by: pam green     [Contact Author]
Format: Short Screenplay
Starring Roles For: Drew Barrymore
Reese Witherspoon
Mid-20's Female Breakout Role
In the Vein Of: My Big Fat Greek Wedding
The Wedding Singer
My Best Friend's Wedding
Posted: 09/13/2012
Updated: 03/05/2018
Author Bio: Pam Green is a professional consultant in engineering and project management. She completed a full-time career with a Fortune 100 Corporation and rounded out her education beyond a Masters degree with technical and literary training. She is a writer of non-fiction books and screenplays, and has been published in various genres including automotive, health care and body, mind and spirit. She has written feature articles for newspapers and magazines and was managing editor for a local historical society publication.

Pamela M. Green

Imageink_99@yahoo.com (586) 598-1661

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Central Michigan University, Masters (1986), Industrial Management and Supervision

WORK EXPERIENCE 1990 – 2015 Writer of non-fiction books (www.ellenblend.com) and screenplays.

1996 – 2001 Independent consultant/contractor for automotive concerns. Freelance writer: published with the following web sites: Authorz.net, Ordinary Girl, InfoPost, The Post, Suite 101, Herbmark Magazine, Import Performance Directory, automotive publication, and Poetry.com. Published regularly in Body, Mind & Spirit news (now http://revcharliebrown.com/musings.htm) and other new age publications.

1990 – 1992 Feature article writer for local newspaper, Anchor Bay Beacon. Managing Editor of historical publication Historically Speaking.

1987 – 1989 Administrator and proposal writer for Architectural Engineering/Design Firm, Quinlan Associates.

1960 – 1996 General Motors Corporation, Program Manager for automotive manufacturing firm in project management and industrial engineering fields. Career included product engineering, planning, manufacturing, production, technical writing, marketing, training and other business related activities.

CREDITS Screenwriter: Pamela Green • 1 optioned screenplay • 1 semi-finalist American Gem Literary Festival

Agent and Co-writer: Ed Hansen (deceased December 2005) 30 scripts sold/optioned • The Fox and the Hound (1981) (production manager) • Wooly Boys (2001) (writer) • Hell's Belles (1997) (writer) • Takin' It Off Out West (1995) (writer) • The Bikini Carwash Company (1992) (writer) • Cyber-C.H.I.C. ... aka Robo-Chic (1989) (writer) • Party Plane (1988) (writer) • Party Favors (1987) (writer) • Takin' It All Off (1987) (writer) • Takin' It Off (1985) (V) (writer) • Eroticise (1983) (writer)

Co-writer and Script Coach: Paul Lawrence 2 produced films 5 optioned scripts 2 outright sales TV show producer website: www.paullawrenceproductions.com

• Writer/Executive Producer, CRUEL WORLD • Sold screenplay DO OVER to Fusion Films • Optioned screenplay SPLATTERED to Woodberry Films • Optioned screenplay, FEROCITY to Woofenwill Works • Screenplay, KILLER WEEKEND, produced by Lion’s Kill Productions • Documentary, TAKE DOWN!, produced by Lion’s Kill Productions • Development deal with Walker/Fitzgibbon TV & Films (Miami River Cops, Intimate Portrait: Gloria Estefan – Lifetime TV) to co-produce a reality show, “Crusader for the Real Forgotten.”

Contest Results: American Gem Short (Semifinalist)