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By Nathan Carliner Goldman.

In 1965, FISH LEVY, the only Jew at Luddington High in rural South Carolina, has to deal with graduation, school integration, a quest for basketball championship, and first love.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/13/2009; Updated: 04/27/2014 )

By Robert Rhyne.  Interview

A troubled teenager, originally known for being the kid who made up a lie about an astronaut falling from the sky after the Columbia Shuttle disaster, witnesses a murder but can't get anyone in his small town to believe him -- except the killer. Finalist, Page International Screenwriting Awards; Finalist, Screenplay Festival Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/30/2007; Updated: 01/05/2013 )

By Irin Evers.

A woman who saves everything decides to sell the items that remind her of her recent ex-boyfriend at a yard sale. But when her "ex" decides to come back, she must find all the items before he realizes that she sold them.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/24/2007; Updated: 08/01/2012 )

By Robert Gately.  Interviews

Ed always wanted to act or direct in theatre. Infant epilepsy, a lifelong battle with booze, or the bizarre hallucinations of van Gogh, Barrymore and spiders the size of dogs were not going to stop him. Living in reality was another matter. This is a physiological journey where a man struggles to find peace between the worlds of the real and the imaginary. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/26/2004; Updated: 03/08/2016 )

By Carkic Angelina.  Interview

In a partnership of opposites, a poised and determined French Detective Inspector from Lille, France, looking for the body belonging to a severed leg, follows clues to New York City, where he partners with a disillusioned NY city detective.

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 09/28/2015; Updated: 09/28/2015 )

By Patricia Poulos.

Dedicated and caring, a nurse fights closure of her hospital triggering the attention of dark forces. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/22/2015; Updated: 02/18/2017 )

By Harold Jewell.  Interview

Having lost his wife to a senseless street slaying, a young New Yorker sets out to trap a man he suspects of a similar vicious crime.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/12/2015; Updated: 01/20/2017 )

By Patricia Poulos.

She doubted his existence until the Devil called on her in person. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 04/10/2015; Updated: 02/18/2017 )

By Jeffrey Massie.  Interview

A famous and controversial Hollywood movie star and her unlikely confederate make a scientific discovery that could change the course of World War II.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/06/2014; Updated: 08/06/2014 )

By Patricia Poulos.

Led by God, a successful businesswoman fights for those who, for whatever reason, cannot fight for themselves against leaders intent on reducing the population. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/02/2014; Updated: 02/18/2017 )

By Allen Cody Taube.

Three ex-special forces Army Rangers and Navy Seals are hired to kidnap Fidel Castro.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/12/2014; Updated: 03/12/2014 )

By Allen Cody.

Long dead American Indians rise to the present day to return the bones of their brothers stolen by grave-robbing archeologists and return them to their rightful graves...

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/10/2014; Updated: 03/12/2014 )

By Matt Tolbert.  Interview

TIN GODS is a sci-fi action thriller about a near future in which political divisions have so ruined the country that, in order to avoid a civil war, two robots are trained for a battle to decide who will control the United States. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/06/2013; Updated: 04/07/2013 )

By Ken Lemm.

A woman's exacting plans for the perfect evening fall apart.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 06/13/2012; Updated: 06/13/2012 )

By Michael Gibrall.  Interviews

The President of the United States and the opposing party candidate debate, revealing just how crooked and corrupt both political sides can be. Synopsis

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 03/25/2012; Updated: 04/21/2015 )

By Andy Cannistra.

An entomologist with a childlike view of the world shrinks himself to the size of a bug and enters into a man-sized war against the world's most voracious and unstoppable predators. "Army Ants."

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/17/2011; Updated: 02/03/2012 )

By Irin Evers & John Barlowe.

When clues to a hidden treasure in Disneyland left by Walt Disney himself are discovered, two selfish men get invited on the treasure hunt, but they don't stand a chance of winning unless they can put others first and work together, and in doing so, discover the true meaning of family.

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(Posted: 07/08/2011; Updated: 08/01/2012 )

By Donald Driscoll.

As the only kids to escape the assault when mind-controlling space aliens invade their high school, the class nerd teams up with the cheerleading squad to fight the intergalactic threat, overcome a mountain of social awkwardness, and save the day.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/09/2011; Updated: 06/09/2011 )

By Jay Williams.

A Spartan soldier, the sole survivor of battle, is presumed a coward and shunned by his countrymen and so after the war seeks revenge against the enemy officer who spared him.

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(Posted: 10/11/2010; Updated: 06/13/2013 )

By Jennifer Harrison.

A suicidal codger, his homicidal aunt, and a chatty hitchhiker embark on a journey to Niagara Falls. This road trip is sure to be a blast.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/06/2010; Updated: 03/12/2010 )

By Simon Bowler.

Murder most foul! Who killed Christopher Marlowe?

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/19/2009; Updated: 09/16/2009 )

By T.L. Lewis.  Interviews

Emilie lays the foundation for the theory of relativity, but also has a way with the "science of seduction." A true and timeless love story of the witty Voltaire and the love of his life, Emilie du Chatelet. WINNER: Wildsound, Toronto: Reading- EXCERPT filmed: tllewis.net/beyond-reason.

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(Posted: 09/20/2006; Updated: 03/31/2012 )

By Robert Heske.  Interviews

On the anniversary of her twin’s brutal murder, a woman meets a psychic stranger who claims to know the identity of the serial killer. And tonight, he’s certain the killer is coming back for her. (40 pages)

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 12/01/2005; Updated: 07/27/2010 )

By Russell Meyer.  Interviews

What happens when the vacuum cleaner quits; dust grows, develops limbs, speech, manners; and so Julie must battle to save her sanity, and her home, from a pair of six foot fuzz balls. PDF Excerpt

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/01/2012; Updated: 01/21/2017 )

By Jason Lind.

THE LIVING DEAD: FIRST CONTACT When a diseased rat begins a zombie plague aboard the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria, Columbus ends up stranded in the New World with an expanding horde of undead ghouls. His bid for survival soon becomes a bid to save the land he has unwittingly imperiled. DAWN OF THE DEAD meets LAST OF THE MOHICANS.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/25/2012; Updated: 10/15/2012 )

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