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A young girl's imaginary friend starts killing her family off, one by one. But what can you do when you're only nine, and Death wants to play? Selected for The 2016 BloodList. Winner of the 2016 ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Competition.

American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest

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By Robert Gately.  Interviews

A retired cop goes to the current-day Army/Navy football game with his two wacky friends intending to jump onto the field and score a touchdown he should’ve scored decades ago when he fumbled during the same football classic as time ran out, only this time dozens of security guards await him, and it’ll be a friggin’ miracle if he succeeds. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/19/2003; Updated: 04/25/2017 )

By Simon Wilkinson.

A young, female pilot, tasked with delivering warplanes to the RAF during World War Two, battles to prove herself against friend and foe alike in the skies above war-torn England.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/03/2016; Updated: 07/04/2017 )

By Robert Gately.  Interviews

A black correctional officer coaches a prison basketball team and finds the motivation he needs, in life and on the job, in Boo Hoo Flanagan, an aging, white, crippled inmate who shoots 3-point baskets better than anyone has ever seen. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/19/2003; Updated: 06/13/2017 )

By Mark Golik.

Amidst the backdrop of the American civil rights movement, Canadian Willie O'Ree overcomes racial prejudice and a career-threatening injury to become "the Jackie Robinson of hockey," the first black man to play in the National Hockey League. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/26/2004; Updated: 06/07/2017 )

By Steven Oppenheimer.

A Secret Service agent, on trial for assassinating the President, realizes on the witness stand that before answering to the jury or the American people he must first answer to himself: Was firing the fatal bullet a crime or an act of conscience?

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/21/2012; Updated: 07/04/2017 )

By Jay Williams.

Two young men test their values and lifetime friendship through the crucible of war, and each is forced to change--for the better and worse.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/11/2010; Updated: 11/04/2017 )