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Destiny's Vessel

When a stubborn princess is forcibly shapeshifted and cast to the farthest planet, she must team up with a rogue bounty hunter to steal an antidote and return home in time to prevent the death of worlds.

Written by: Suzanne LUTAS     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Starring Roles For: A young Natalie Portman
Ziyi Zhang
Daniel Craig
In the Vein Of: Star Wars

Posted: 08/29/2015
Updated: 09/09/2018
Author Bio: Suzanne LUTAS graduated with a BA in English Literature at the University of Aix-En-Provence, France. Then she majored in Linguistics at the University of Paris-Nanterre. She also completed a Master’s degree in English Literature.

As a qualified schoolteacher she taught English in Tahiti, French Polynesia, to College, Vocational Training Certificate students, and secondary school trainee teachers. She also taught Art in a junior High School.

Suzanne speaks a little Vietnamese and Italian, fluent French and English.

She studied Screenwriting at Screenwriters University, ISA, ScreenwritingU, Stage 32, and Roadmap Writers. In Daniel Calvisi's Storymaps Master Class, she specialized in strong female protagonists.

In 2014-2015, her Thriller script The Dead Ringer ranked Quarterfinalist in Page Awards International Screenplay Contest, Scriptapalooza, Fresh Voices, Cynosure, and Creative World Awards Screenwriting Contests. It also reached the semi-finals in Screencraft Action & Thriller Contest.

The Dead Ringer then placed Semi-Finalist in the 2015 Page Awards International and Creative World Awards Contests.

Destiny's Vessel was the 2015 Winner in the Eyestorm Productions/Script Xpert Script Search Competition in the Sci-Fi category, and placed Quarterfinalist in 2015 Screencraft Sci-Fi Screenplay Competition.

When she does not write, Suzanne paints, and sings in her own jazz band called Oh Happy Fiù, a pun on a Tahitian word meaning Carpe Diem.

Contest Results: Writers Store ScriptXpert (First Place, Sci-Fi category Winner) [2015]
Fresh Voices Feature (Quarterfinalist) [2016]
ScreenCraft SciFi (Quarterfinalist) [2015]