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A burned out middle-age accountant and a young daredevil woman form an improbable alliance on a dangerous rescue-mission to Mexico. First Place, Screenplay Festival, 2017.

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By Peter Roach.

FORMAT: TV Pilot, suitable for Cable. Each episode introduces a different pair whose lives are switched. The why and how will not be resolved till the final episode. This is the proverbial Walk a Mile in My shoes. NUTSHELL: An evolutionary jump and the magnetic field give five pairs of seemingly random individuals an extraordinary gift. Without notice their lives are suddenly switched for twenty-four hours. These people live in the other’s shoes for a day. Some will fake it, some will meet danger, some will not cope. These lucky people must learn to survive with their new and sometime unwelcome ability. Throughout the series the curious ones will follow clues to the mystery of their new lives; some will want to know what has shattered their norms. The timid will try to hide from their new reality. But there is no place to hide. They do not control the process, they will all live with the apprehension of a sudden switch to danger or excitement. PILOT LOGLINE: An LA finance guru promised more than he can deliver and dangerous people want results. An unexpected body switch with a simple herder will only delay the inevitable for 24 hours. One of these men will adjust to the hustle, the sudden violence of LA. One will struggle with the simplicity of an honest existence..

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 09/09/2015; Updated: 03/04/2019)

By judi Blaze.

Two neglected toddlers look on as their new baby brother is taken from their motel room, as the mother watches. Baby's Gone is a short taken from my memoir, Riding in the Backseat with My Brother; currently a book but soon to be a feature screenplay. Just awarded semi-finalist for the New Millennium competition.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 08/10/2015; Updated: 09/09/2019)

By Jonathan LaPoma.

A group of recent college graduates who struggle with feelings of alienation and their addictions try to survive a year of teaching at two dysfunctional Miami public schools. [#1 Amazon Best Seller ("Satire" and "Urban Life" Kindle categories) and Winner of 2015 Stargazer Literary Prizes (Visionary and Metaphysical Fiction category)]

Format: Novel

(Posted: 07/19/2015; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By John Raya.

REALITY TV PILOT LOGLINE: The HOST, two sidekicks, and camera crew scout the US in search of bargains on groceries, restaurants/eateries, clothing, amusements, and nightly entertainment. (30 minutes)

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 07/09/2015; Updated: 09/21/2019)

By judi Blaze.

Louis has been sober for years until he hops a bus for vacation where he meets a woman who steals his heart, and eventually his sobriety. Note: This script is the first episode in what will be a series. It is based on my short story that was awarded honorable mention in the Oregon Writers Colony Competition and a semi-finalist in the New Millennium Competition.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 07/06/2015; Updated: 09/09/2019)

By Brian Galway & John Fraser.

A high-flyer’s apparently idyllic life goes into free-fall when he is falsely accused of murder and seeks redress through an unlikely source.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/20/2015; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Chuck McClelland.

Two lovers try to reunite after being separated by rifts in space and time.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/18/2015; Updated: 02/12/2019)

By judi Blaze.

When two roommates find their third roommate dead in his room they panic, realizing they could be suspects, then spend hours getting drunk letting their imagination go wild, until the authorities show up.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 02/17/2015; Updated: 09/09/2019)

By Jason Allen.

Hoping to revive a once promising journalism career, a struggling waitress gets the opportunity to run a newspaper. But the new job requires that she leave her big-city home during the holidays and relocate to a small town where news is scarce and journalism has no rules. *(Finalist, 2018 Nashville Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.)

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/02/2015; Updated: 01/07/2019)

By Jason K. Allen.

A lonely boy discovers three extraordinary creatures who've been hiding in the wilderness for many years, the remnants of a failed experiment. He attempts to befriend and help them, but once they are introduced into society he begins to lose control.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/02/2015; Updated: 01/07/2019)

By Jason K. Allen.

An oddball birdwatcher/snow cone vendor learns that he is the son of Mother Nature, who has fallen ill due to the effects of climate change. Determined to save the planet, he attempts to become a bird-like superhero, but unfortunately he can't fly. In fact, his only power is the ability to make a single measly hail stone fall from the sky. But eventually he learns there are other ways to make a difference.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/02/2015; Updated: 01/07/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

A threatened woman juror sees the innocent man convict himself.

Format: Short Story

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

A baby’s birth is overseen by creatures with their own delivery room.

Format: Short Story

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

A teacher enlightens her class of the consequences of a schoolyard bullying. 8-page short drama script.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

Three costume mannequins create their own final drama on a theatre stage. 3-page comedy script. 2 actors, 3 voice-overs, one location.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

Remote farm, lone woman. An old farm woman getting ready for bath is attacked. 3-page short thriller script.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

Something stolen revealed. When a Goth steals a hidden vial from a pawn broker, his walk down an alley is shortened by vampire attacks. 3-page short horror script.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

Death’s closure can be twisted. When a family returns to the funeral home to collect their deceased relative’s ashes, they encounter inappropriate actions.3-page short comedy script.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

In an office, various inappropriate behaviour is highlighted. (4) 1-page animated or live-action comedy short scripts. Suitable for a web series.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

In a busy bar, various inappropriate behaviour is highlighted. (4) 1-page animated or live-action comedy short scripts. Suitable for a web series.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

At home and outside, children are instructed how to deal with situations and objects in a safe way. (4) 1-page animated or live action filler short scripts for children. Suitable for a web series.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/24/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

At home and outside, children are instructed how to be more confident. (6) 1-page animated or live action filler short scripts for children. Suitable for web series.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/23/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

1-minute horror short script. A rubber duckie in a bathtub attacks a beautiful woman.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/23/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

Two women encounter a naked man in the woods and relate their story to the police. 5-page crime script.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/23/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

By Christine J. Whitlock.

The husband and receptionist meet a cold end to their tryst. 5-page crime script.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/23/2015; Updated: 07/05/2019)

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