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An FBI Agent wakes up with no memories in a post-apocalyptic New York City after an unknown catastrophe has annihilated all life on earth. Second Place, Screenplay Festival, 2018.

Worldfest - Houston Int'l Film Festival

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By Danielle R Erlich.

A coming of age story about a boy in Ireland named Lachlan who finds himself in a magical world he never knew existed. Kyros, Lachlan’s father, abandoned his son as a young child, and never saw him again. Now Lachlan must deal with the resentment that he feels towards his father while attempting to rescue him on an epic journey.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/20/2017; Updated: 04/06/2020)

By S R Kui.

The Heart of a Tiger is based on the true story of a woman who escaped the Cambodian Genocide in the 1970s. It follows three generations of women struggling against the boundaries placed upon them, each ultimately emerging triumphant to achieve their dreams. This is my family’s story of survival. Received 39 awards.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/30/2018; Updated: 01/18/2020)

By Robert Gately.

A retired police officer goes to the current-day Army/Navy football game with his two wacky friends intending to jump onto the field and score a touchdown he should’ve scored decades ago when he fumbled during the same football classic as time ran out, only this time dozens of security guards await him, and it’ll be a friggin’ miracle if he succeeds.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/19/2003; Updated: 04/04/2020)

By Timothy Jay Smith.

A gay army deserter adrift in a war-torn African country vows to save a girl trafficked into prostitution to redeem himself for an earlier promise he could not keep.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/26/2006; Updated: 07/19/2019)

By Keith Davidson.

This detective comedy won multiple contests (including Disney and WB). A struggling mystery author writing a book based on her detective fiancé’s big murder case discovers he missed a key clue. Desperate for a best seller, she sets out with her wacky editor to hunt down the real killer -- but her fiancé races to re-solve the murder first to win back her respect and save the relationship. The film is presented in three different genres — film noir, Hollywood glamour, and pulp – depending on which character is telling the story.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/07/2001; Updated: 04/04/2020)

By James David Sullivan.

A modern-day Jack-the-Ripper, with the brains of Sherlock Holmes, comes out of retirement to seek revenge on the young, irresponsible jury who let the killer of his beloved family go free. And the only opposition is a burned-out detective and the justice-obsessed sister of one of the victims. Proves "This is no country for YOUNG people." 14 awards/placements in a wide variety of competitions.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/05/2019; Updated: 05/05/2019)

By Erna Mueller.

A cranky police officer dies and ends up in the body of a police dog in order to bring down a criminal organization and help a teenager get over a big loss in his family.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/21/2019; Updated: 01/04/2020)

By Nathan Carliner Goldman and Miriam Esther Goldman.

When burned-out ruins appear in a Kansas cornfield, an archeology professor discovers that the Wicked Witch of the West has returned and now threatens the Earth as well as Oz.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/17/2008; Updated: 08/01/2019)

By Nathan Goldman.

Arizona Territory, 1883: When a band of ex-confederate-led banditos raid a gold shipment steaming down the Colorado River, a fifteen year old boy has to choose between a life of adventure or doing what's right, while his father, a retired Confederate Major, races to save him and stop the bandits.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/15/2012; Updated: 08/01/2019)

By Robert Tartell.

A rookie detective assigned to a routine hotel skip case instead finds himself up against a diabolical serial killer with a deadly grudge against the Eighth Air Force, whose reunion is being held there...and no one even suspects a murderer is on the loose. Can he stop him before he kills again...and again?

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/22/2020; Updated: 02/05/2020)

By Nathan Carliner Goldman and Miriam Esther Goldman.

Anne Bonny is the most illustrious female pirate from the Golden Age of Piracy. Her life is legendary, but no one agrees on the details of her story -- not even her death. Maybe she can set the record straight? also, Finalist, 2009 Charleston International Film Festival; Finalist, Beaufort International Film Festival, 2010.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/07/2009; Updated: 08/01/2019)

By Nathan Carliner Goldman and Miriam Esther Goldman.

In 19th Century Paris, ERICA CLAUDIN is the brightest star in Opera. After an accident leaves her husband dead and her face disfigured, Erica wants just one thing: Revenge. Inspired by Gaston Leroux' Phantom of the Opera. Winner, L.A. Reel Film Festival, 2010; Silver Remi Winner, Worldfest 2008, Finalist, Charleston International Film Festival 2008; Quarterfinalist, Champion Screenwriting, 2009.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/17/2008; Updated: 08/01/2019)

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 for first love.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/13/2009; Updated: 08/01/2019)

By Henry Lindley.

Civil war stragglers and their captain may have returned from the dead to protect his last assignment, a cache of gold to be hidden at end of the war. The gold is blood tainted by the war and the last remaining members of the detail will die trying to save it for a better future.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/24/2008; Updated: 04/07/2020)

By Nathan Carliner Goldman.

Screenplay Festival 2007, Honorable Mention for Comedy. When a minor leaguer falls for the ace pitcher in college softball, he finds that success in the majors and in love requires more than hitting the ball, he also needs to grow up.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/17/2008; Updated: 08/01/2019)