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The Sudan

A twelve year old Sudanese boy named Tulba must pick up a gun and fight for his country on his own ground to help save a nation the world has forgotten Synopsis PDF Excerpt

Written by: Mark Mc Quown     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Budget: Modest
Starring Roles For: young Will Smith
George Clooney
Emma Watson
Posted: 08/05/2009
Updated: 11/04/2017
Author Bio: Mark Mc Quown is an Award Winning/Produced playwright, an Award Winning/ Optioned/Produced screenwriter with many finished scripts listed in InkTip.com.

Mr. Mc Quown has been honored with winning at the 1997 Santa Clarita International Film Festival, Animation Division with The Rocking Horse Christmas, the 2000 Telluride Independent Film Festival with The Tahoe Signal, the 2002 Telluride Independent Film Festival with Dot Gone and the 2002-2003 Key West Independent Film Festival with Pier 21. Most recently Mr. Mc Quown was a Finalist, along with co-writer Donna Lizzio, in The International Family Film Festival, Animation genre with The Cat and The Rat, 2005 at The Universal Sheraton Hotel in Universal City.

Mark has also been honored as a Quarter Finalist in the 1997 Chesterfield Screenwriting Fellowship with Pier 21, as a Semi-Finalist in the 1998 Chesterfield Screenwriting Fellowship with The China Tiger and a Quarter Finalist in the 2000-2001 Scriptapalooza with Jane, The Legend of Mountain Charley. Marks newest script, Graduate School was just recently named the fourth place winner in The 2006 Winter Script Network Contest in Los Angeles.

Mark Mc Quown has worked as a professional educator in the Theatre Departments of The University of Colorado at Boulder, California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California , Pasadena City College, Pasadena and Scripps College in Claremont, California. Mark is a long time member of the Screen Actors Guild in Los Angeles, Actors Equity in New York City along with The New York Dramatist Guild.