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Fresh Voices Screenplay Competitition Grand Prize Winner: A small country town in middle America is plagued by a mysterious humming sound that only a percentage of residents can hear...

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By JAMES B SAUNDERS.

A FORGOTTEN MUSICAL GENIUS! James Reese Europe fights racism, Army prejudice and the Germans when he takes command of the “Harlem Hellfighters” band, introduces jazz and pop tunes; he revolutionizes military band music forever. A WW1 action musical biopic; all music public domain. Can be adapted to TV miniseries. Professional Coverage: “Recommend” Dave Trottier (Author “The Screenwriter’s Bible.”) OFFICIAL FINALIST - New York Screenplay Competition

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/02/2015; Updated: 03/03/2019)

By Stevan Šerban.

When an alien space cop discovers a frightening plot to invade the Earth he must confront the invaders who destroyed his planet in order to save humanity and the human woman he loves.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/23/2013; Updated: 04/07/2019)

By Kevin Brodie.

A misanthropic animal shelter owner allows himself to fall for a woman he thinks he can trust--unaware she's a disguised pop star desperately searching for meaning in her own life.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/11/2012; Updated: 07/19/2019)

By Diane Johnson.

A priest who is losing his faith attempts to renew the faith of others at the dawn of the zombie apocalypse.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/08/2012; Updated: 05/05/2019)

By David Eisenstark.

BY PRODUCED WRITER - 9 FEATURES. Out-of-work auto-workers try to make money and rekindle their marriages by making a movie. English language/Chinese version of the script also available.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/22/2011; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Anne Kruse.

When ex-con Harry is rejected by the entire on-line dating scene he thinks it's because of his inordinate amount of body hair. So, he sets out to do something about it and discovers...it's not.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/06/2011; Updated: 03/02/2019)

By Peter Kennedy.

After the spaceship they find takes them to another world, three boys must outrun and outsmart their alien hosts before the aliens capture and enslave them. Jurassic Park in space.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/11/2010; Updated: 11/12/2018)

By Anne Kruse.

A farmer's choice to use government subsidies for the wrong reasons results in the wool being pulled over his eyes.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 05/22/2010; Updated: 03/02/2019)

By Brian Galway.

A straight shooter finds himself in the middle of an international conspiracy . The protagonist must reach down to sources of great integrity and wisdom to deal with this potentially catastrophic world event, while resisting his own personal demoms.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/14/2010; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By ANNE KRUSE.

Ronald's forgetfulness lands him and his girlfriend in a strawberry field dealing with a situation that pops up challenging his ability to protect both of them. Unfortunately, he may have foiled himself right into a horrifying consequence.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2009; Updated: 03/02/2019)

By Dave Eisenstark.

BY PRODUCED WRITER - 9 FEATURES. Two reporters try to keep their hands off each other while solving the murder of a Hollywood star. In the tradition of The Thin Man, Front Page, and the TV series Moonlighting. TV-movie/pilot version also available.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/15/2009; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Mark Mc Quown.

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

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/05/2009; Updated: 03/02/2019)

By Thomas Herring.

A cute woman goes at it hot and heavy with a good looking guy in front of a tattoo parlor window. Unfortunately, her boyfriend inside the parlor just got her name and a heart tattooed on his chest.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 04/12/2009; Updated: 07/03/2019)

By PHILIP SPITERI.

Tom Bogard, a recluse ex-MD and his new neighbors, a widow and a boy, are forced on the run after the current U.S. President discovers that the woman has evidence that his father was responsible for a murder conspiracy . Screenplay Festival (Semifinalist)

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/23/2008; Updated: 01/14/2019)

By James Ossi.

This 1 minute script is a total joke.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 02/05/2008; Updated: 01/05/2019)

By William Hutchinson.

New York defined her – Hawaii changed her, is the tagline for “From da Big Island,” a woman centric, baby boomer coming of age, fish out of water, story about Ruth, a New York City television personality , who leaves the commotion of the Big Apple for the peace and tranquility of the Big Island of Hawaii only to find anything but. Think Barbara Walters meets the Clampetts.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/13/2007; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Mark Mc Quown.

Eight theatre students meet and form bonds at a mid western graduate schoool where sexual predators roam the hallways calling themselves staff and faculty

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/04/2007; Updated: 03/02/2019)

By Thomas Herring.

A mentally unstable ex-con works with a private eye to find out who really killed his childhood friend. Unfortunately, the evidence goes into dark forces neither one is ready to deal with.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/28/2007; Updated: 07/03/2019)

By Thomas Herring.

An ancient alien device is brought on board an earth space ship and goes on a killing spree. When it lands on earth, all life is dinner.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/28/2007; Updated: 07/03/2019)

By Jaine Foster-Valdez.

Curiosity gets the best of the women of the Scraps memory book club and they nudge their newest member onto a quest to find her long lost mother.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/14/2002; Updated: 03/10/2019)

By Pamela Hunt.

The message on her answer machine confesses to murder, and a young architect turns to a seasoned and troubled Apache policeman to find the man behind the voice. Will they catch him before she becomes a target, too?

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/16/2002; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By MARK MCCARTHY.

A poetic stagehand falls for a ballsy, sharp-tongued actress in 1990s Chicago. Only problem is, she’s under the impression he’s an actor, and he’s unwilling to disabuse her. He even goes so far as to contrive to briefly and disastrously appear on stage when he knows she’s in the audience. Eventually his ruse is exposed, and she furiously breaks it off. Poetry, fate, baseball, and a dead cat conspire to get them back together. Simultaneously hilarious and touching, That Week in Chicago features snappy, witty dialogue, memorable characters, multiple romances, 1990s nostalgia, and an intriguing look behind-the-scenes of a classical theater.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/30/2018; Updated: 12/30/2018)

By Drew Byerly.

After wondering into a secluded town, a group of teens soon find themselves hunted by a human sacrificing cult through a booby-trapped wilderness.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/29/2018; Updated: 02/15/2019)

By Wayne Johnson.

An eleven-year-old boy, fixated on horror comics and monsters, finds that his recurring nightmares become reality with devastating results for his abusive, alcoholic stepfather and, ultimately, for him.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/31/2018; Updated: 03/02/2019)

By JR Jordan Baines.

Two museum reps use a wartime journal to find the Oak Island treasure as rivaling treasure hunters drag them deeper into the battle. Wealth of the century or the island's deft insult? (From the novel Last Assault on Oak Island by Jenn Rekka.)

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/10/2016; Updated: 07/25/2019)

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