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By Danny Howell.

A teenager about to turn 16 makes a discovery that could be his ticket out of his oppressive small town life, but it means leaving his younger brother behind.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: ; Updated: 10/06/2019)

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: 05/04/2019)

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 James Ossi.

She's a French artist's model. He's a New York artist. Together they vibrate in harmonic insanity. Explosive love. Ludicrous sex. Preposterous adventures. Against the world ... but right ... but happily insane.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/06/2004; Updated: 01/05/2019)

By Chuck Loch.

A U.S. Army interrogator in Afghanistan uncovers details of an al-Qaeda plot to detonate a nuclear device in Washington, DC as the President delivers his State of the Union Address. But, in the process of interrogation, SHE bonds with her prisoner and fights to save him from the death sentence brought on by his own disclosures.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/11/2003; Updated: 05/04/2019)

By Pamela Hunt.

A promise made to her husband in Stalin's gulag pushes a ballet teacher to smuggle film of the atrocities to the West. With the help of an unexpected ally and the KGB in pursuit, will she succeed?

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/25/2004; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Keith Davidson.

Stuck in purgatory, a woman tries to win admission to heaven by returning to earth to save an honest politician's soul by preventing him from committing a sin during a small-town election. When her devious ex-husband realizes he still loves her and wants her in Hell with him, he comes up to make sure the politician commits a sin. (It also won the CBC Arts Performance Showcase.)

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/07/2001; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By James Ossi.

Soooo, you think you know of a problem child? Get a load of this one.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/21/2006; Updated: 01/05/2019)

By Chuck Loch.

A portrait photographer acquires a computerized photo touch-up program with the power to change a person’s real-life appearance. Initially, he uses it to help the maimed and disfigured. But, his services soon grow in demand among inner-city gangstas - and bugs in the program appear, forcing him to use the program in horrifying new ways.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/11/2005; Updated: 05/04/2019)

By DENNIS DeBon.

A brilliant yet humble aviator fails at his attempt to be the first man to fly around the world but triumphs when he is given one shot to become the “Lindbergh of the Pacific”. The true story of an unsung American hero... and his bumbling co-pilot.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/26/2013; Updated: 01/09/2019)

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)