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A tortured, tattooed albino returns to the town he ran away from as a child to exact his revenge on all those who wronged him, and face the man he fears the most. His father. 1st Place Horror, Table Read My Screenplay Contest, 2015.

Burbank International Children's Film Festival Screenplay Competition

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By Lynda Lemberg and Jeffrey Allen Russel.

In 1840, an unconventional widow risks her life when she joins forces with a charismatic journalist, brutalized tenant farmers and a traumatized exile she rescues in Montreal, to stop the most powerful men in Scotland from violently evicting Gaelic Highlanders, unaware of her own family's complicity in the ethnic cleansing. Synopsis

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(Posted: 02/22/2014; Updated: 04/25/2017 )

By David J Schroeder.

A paralyzed young man's broken spirit and intellectual pride is challenged as a live-in supervisor in a halfway house for the mentally disabled. Winner of 18 'Best Screenplay' awards. Previously #1 on the MovieBytes.com feature Drama & Family 'Winning Lists.'

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(Posted: 05/16/2011; Updated: 08/06/2017 )

By Mark Mc Quown.

A seven year old boy named Cody saves Christmas with the help of his dog and two animated mice. In this action/animated adventure Cody passes through the fire of manhood by saving an ancient Christmas ornament that has been in his family for three hundred years. Synopsis

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(Posted: 01/29/2001; Updated: 11/04/2017 )

By Milton Jim.

When F. Scott Fitzgerald is hired by a movie studio in 1940, he struggles, with the help of Pat Hobby, an alcoholic schemer left over from the silent era, to master the antic madness of Hollywood and to create ”the greatest movie ever written.” Based on "The Pat Hobby Stories" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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(Posted: 01/28/2014; Updated: 06/29/2017 )