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Deathwind

Take a deep breath ... just hope it doesn't kill you. A vast area of Central America is sealed off, its inhabitants evacuated and villages razed. Offshore, an American fishing vessel is attacked without explanation. Together these scenarios set in motion a horrifying trail that begins in a biological research station in 1990s Libya and leads to a race to save humanity from a looming pandemic.

Written by: Mark Golik     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Budget: Modest
Starring Roles For: Mark Wahlberg
Kate Beckinsale
Harrison Ford
In the Vein Of: Outbreak

Posted: 06/19/2006
Updated: 07/24/2018
Author Bio: In addition to the biological thriller DEATHWIND, a semifinalist in both the WriteMovies Writing Contest and the FilmStream Screenplay Competition, multi-optioned writer Mark Golik is the author of the inspirational sports biopic THE COLOR OF THE PUCK (finalist, Canada International Film Festival Screenplay Contest, All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival), the supernatural drama BECAUSE THE NIGHT (semifinalist FilmMakers International Screenwriting Awards, Emerging Screenwriters Screenplay Competition) and the suspense drama POTION MAN (finalist, California Film Awards, Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition). Information on all scripts, including the new sci-fi / horror spec SNOW (quarterfinalist, Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition; finalist, Creative World Awards, Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition) and the short SERENITY (semifinalist, Table Read My Screenplay Hollywood Contest) can be found on InkTip and Stage 32, and at markgolik.com.

Contest Results: Table Read (Finalist) [2010]
TLLjournal (Finalist) [2012]
Fresh Voices Feature (Quarterfinalist) [2011]
WriteMovies (Semifinalist) [2009]
FilmStream (Semifinalist) [2009]
FilmMakers/Feature (Honorable Mention) [2006]
Bridge (Honorable Mention) [2009]