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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.

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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.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/22/2014; Updated: 01/05/2019)

By David J Schroeder.

When a catastrophic accident causes an athlete to become paralyzed, and all seems to be lost, he finds redemption in the most unlikely place, with a gaggle of colorful characters in a halfway house for the mentally disabled. Winner of 19 'Best Screenplay' awards. Previously #1 on the MovieBytes.com feature Drama & Family 'Winning Lists.'

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/16/2011; Updated: 06/30/2019)

By David J Schroeder.

A lost nuclear bomb is found on a stranded ship heading for the Gulf of Mexico.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/18/2012; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Joe Borriello.

A pocket-sized alien prince travels to Earth to open relations, only to discover his cousin is plotting his assassination to steal the crown and achieve galactic domination, starting with Earth.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/13/2019; Updated: 09/14/2019)

By David J Schroeder.

Larry David has a hard time being smart without being an ass. A traffic violation leads Larry David to traffic court and community service as a traffic cross walk guard. Meanwhile, the hybrid car maybe a silent killer, and Jeff Green is losing weight while getting Rolf-ed. Winner of 8 'Best Screenplay' awards.

Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 01/27/2012; Updated: 09/13/2019)

By Danny Howell.

When a troubled girl's visions of her classmates' murders start coming true, she suspects her father is the killer.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/06/2004; Updated: 08/21/2019)

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 Robert Rhyne.

When a professor's wife, who suffers a panic disorder, disappears mysteriously during Mardi Gras, the professor obsesses on one of his students who's writing a play with a character eerily similar to his wife and may be in on the disappearance. Winner, Writers on the Storm; Top 16 scripts, Slamdance. Previously optioned to an LA production company.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/17/2006; Updated: 06/21/2019)

By James Ossi.

His name is ‘Harmless’, a kind, innocent, accident prone high school art student who sculpts with tornadoes. Beautiful, wonderful, creative art work but Harmless accidentally blows away his own high school -- um -- twice.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/03/2005; Updated: 11/12/2018)

By Ray DeFeis.

What happens when you mix compulsion with alcohol? A horrific, fast paced story of abuse and revenge inspired by "Tales From The Crypt"

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 05/20/2008; Updated: 06/29/2019)

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: 09/08/2019)

By Paul G. OConnor.

A young woman trapped by an abusive past decides to set herself free.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 07/04/2017; Updated: 08/14/2019)

By Peter Phelan.

Homer receives a windfall (out of pure dumb luck) and promptly sets up shop as a financial guru.

Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 06/02/2005; Updated: 09/03/2019)

By William Parsons.

After a young man doesn’t receive the acceptance he had hoped from his biological father, he comes upon a hitchhiker who unwittingly provides him some much-needed perspective.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 05/23/2014; Updated: 03/31/2019)

By Linda Boroff.

Thirteen-year-old Haylee stumbles on her father's affair with her mother's friend, who has come to stay after her home was burglarized.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/29/2011; Updated: 09/12/2019)

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 Peter Phelan.

J.D. gets the writing bug but he doesn’t see that it’s getting in the way of his day job.

Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 02/13/2006; Updated: 09/03/2019)

By John Edward Uth.

When a terminally ill, elderly man is visited by a mysterious young girl, he rediscovers his love of life and heals old rifts with his estranged family.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/11/2008; Updated: 09/08/2019)

By Peter Phelan.

Will’s training Jack to behave like a breeder for a potential role on a primetime TV drama. The girls reckon they make a couple of dire straights.

Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 06/02/2005; Updated: 09/03/2019)

By Ray DeFeis / Frank Cadillac.

Life crisis. Mid-life crisis. And, after life crisis. A middle-aged newlywed couple handles their careers while dealing with his annoying ex-wife, her eccentric thirteen year old love child, and the frighteningly obnoxious, very dead ex-husband.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 05/20/2008; Updated: 06/29/2019)

By Kitania Kavey.

A new writer gets the opportunity to pitch her first script to a Hollywood bigwig.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 08/28/2006; Updated: 09/08/2019)

By James Ossi.

Plaid pants, lapel flower, big smile, bald, hand buzzer and a slapstick. If your uncle isn't like this you can order one through WhosYourWackyUncle.com

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 11/11/2005; Updated: 11/11/2018)

By Diane Johnson.

A Native American environmentalist is pitted against his logger brother after a botanist whistleblower is pushed too far in the struggle to maintain the forests of Northwestern Montana. As loggers fight for job security, and as environmentalists fight for their cause, the botanist becomes the victim of both sides, and enacts a dangerous retribution.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/09/2009; Updated: 05/05/2019)