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An FBI agent investigates a NASA hacker, only to find himself thrown into a new reality where he has become the identity of his sister in a world that is a part futuristic and part 1920's utopia. A multiple award winning screenplay. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

Written by: Michael Gibrall     [Contact Author]    Interviews
Format: Screenplay
Budget: Mid
Starring Roles For: A young Mario Van Peebles
A young Halle Berry
Geoffery Rush
In the Vein Of: Continuum
Blade Runner
Posted: 06/14/2011
Updated: 05/02/2017
Author Bio: Michael Gibrall is an Emmy Award Winner for his work on the 1997 NFL Draft, and was nominated in 1998. He also won a Capital Emmy for a newscast he directed in 2011, and in 2013 won a Gold Remi Award at WorldFest Houston for his romantic dramedy feature film "Available," which screened at the festival.

Michael has multiple best feature screenplay festival awards to his credit, including a win for Best Action/Adventure Feature Screenplay at the 2017 Nashville Film Festival (Academy Qualifier.) He was named a screenwriting judge for the Eerie Horror Fest in 2012, listed in MovieMaker Magazine as one of the "Top 13 Horror Festivals to 'Die' For."

Currently Michael is a candidate to be inducted into the International Independent Filmmakers Hall of Fame, and will be listed in the upcoming Del Weston book, "Top 50 Writers in the World."

IMDb page: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4114368/

Web page: http://www.michaelgibrall.com

Contest Results: Eerie Horror (First Place, 2010)
Indie Gathering (First Place, 2011 Best SciFi & Best Overall)
Terror Fest (Finalist, 2010)
Richmond Fest (Finalist, (2013))
Beverly Hills Fest (Finalist, (2013))
PAGE International (Honorable Mention, 2011 Second Round)
Action On Film (Finalist, 2011 Writer's Scene Mini-Movie)
Shriekfest (Semifinalist, 2010)
Pulsar Sci-Fi (Quarterfinalist, 2012)