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A young girl's imaginary friend starts killing her family off, one by one. But what can you do when you're only nine, and Death wants to play? Selected for The 2016 BloodList. Winner of the 2016 ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Competition.

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By Lynda Lemberg and Jeffrey Allen Russel.

In 1840, an unconventional widow risks her life when she joins forces with a charismatic journalist, brutalized tenant farmers and a traumatized exile she rescues in Montreal, to stop the most powerful men in Scotland from violently evicting Gaelic Highlanders, unaware of her own family's complicity in the ethnic cleansing. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/22/2014; Updated: 04/25/2017 )

By Stephen M. Hunt.  Interview

A bereaved pacifist exacts spectacular vengeance on The Third Reich. (aka "An Unsuccessful Artist") Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/16/2013; Updated: 05/29/2017 )

By Robert Gately.  Interviews

A retired cop 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. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 08/19/2003; Updated: 04/25/2017 )

By Robert Gately and Drew Keil.  Interviews

Self-exiled at home for decades, an agoraphobic mother must choose between her recluse life and trekking through the scary bustle of NYC to see her estranged daughter perform a solo at Carnegie Hall and, while she takes this voyage with her two loved-starved friends, this eclectic, female ensemble allow us to laugh and cry while making us believe we are never too old to dream and never too young to forgive Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Stageplay

(Posted: 08/19/2003; Updated: 04/25/2017 )

By Geoffrey Breuder.  Interviews

The true story of Richard Bong, a rookie WWII pilot who makes a brazen bet to beat the kill record of America's top-scoring ace. But as the deadly competition spirals out of control, he's forced to confront the bitter realities of war and what it means to be a real hero.

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(Posted: 03/27/2008; Updated: 11/21/2016 )

By Susan Klos.  Interview

A single mother struggles to balance a business and a new romance with family life when her young adult daughter's bizarre behavior is diagnosed as schizophrenia. She must choose between the love of her life and the life of her child. Inspired by actual events.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/08/2015; Updated: 04/19/2017 )

By Brent Hartinger.

DREAMWORLD (Family/Fantasy): Julie, a 13-year-old-girl plagued by nightmares, wakes up in Slumberia, the strange wonderland inside her own brain where they "film" her dreams. But can she stop her nightmares without ending up stuck in Slumberia forever?

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(Posted: 06/05/2011; Updated: 07/27/2017 )

By Harold Jewell.  Interview

Having lost his wife to a senseless street slaying, a young New Yorker sets out to trap a man he suspects of a similar vicious crime. Synopsis

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(Posted: 05/12/2015; Updated: 03/01/2017 )

By Filip Thomas Cornel.

A trumpet player fears he's haunted by a spirit in the paranoia-drenched McCarthy era.

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(Posted: 02/16/2013; Updated: 09/01/2017 )

By Eric Carlson.  Interviews

During the first two days of the Battle of the Bulge, a famous band leader becomes trapped behind German lines with a female correspondent, an African American truck driver, a German prisoner and his military escort, and a medic with his three wounded patients. To survive the harsh weather and pursuing Germans they must learn to overcome their personal prejudices and conflicting agendas. One must make the ultimate sacrifice to save the others. Also placed as a finalist in the Charleston International Film Festival.

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(Posted: 02/05/2008; Updated: 07/04/2017 )

By Milton Jim.

When F. Scott Fitzgerald is hired by a movie studio in 1940, he struggles, with the help of Pat Hobby, an alcoholic schemer left over from the silent era, to master the antic madness of Hollywood and to create ”the greatest movie ever written.” Based on "The Pat Hobby Stories" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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(Posted: 01/28/2014; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Harold Jewell.  Interview

An ordinary man must become extraordinary when called to a heroism in a showdown against Satan. Synopsis

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(Posted: 01/18/2014; Updated: 01/18/2017 )

By Karen Willoughby.  Interview

A highly successful, veteran writer, impeded with writer’s block, is paired via her well-intentioned agent with a talented newbie. What starts as collaboration, turns sinister when the two begin a violent affair, which unearths deep-buried secrets from both their pasts.

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(Posted: 02/20/2015; Updated: 07/04/2017 )

By Dave Eisenstark.

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, TV series Moonlighting.

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(Posted: 09/15/2009; Updated: 07/04/2017 )