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Fresh Voices Screenplay Competitition Grand Prize Winner: A small country town in middle America is plagued by a mysterious humming sound that only a percentage of residents can hear...

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By Larry Crider.

High school archery sensation Karly McCombs is living the dream life after her parents move the family to Alaska. Living isolated they depend on Karly to supply them with deer and elk meat. Discovering gold on their land sets in motion a series of tragic events when a gang of ruthless men get wind of it.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/21/2011; Updated: 01/04/2020)

By Justine Cowan.

A tribute to Vietnam Veterans on this Veterans' Day. Award-winning parallel story of a Khe Sanh Vietnam Veteran and the young black woman employed by his sister who helps him work through his debilitating PTSD.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/06/2010; Updated: 11/11/2019)

By ANNE KRUSE.

In the old West, a young and hopeful man's announcement can certainly rock his girlfriend's boat.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2009; Updated: 11/07/2019)

By ANNE KRUSE.

Unemployment, homelessness, fire or bitchy sales staff, nothing can stop true woman-on-shoe love.

Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/24/2009; Updated: 11/07/2019)

By Chuck McClelland.

A street-wise teen struggles to overcome the scorn from her friends, her school, and her church when she claims to continue seeing a vision in a city park.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/20/2008; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Steve Weissman.

What happens in the future when it's against the law to speak out against consumerism?

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/01/2007; Updated: 05/06/2019)

By Thomas Herring.

So a soon to expire lottery ticket wadded up in your wallet has the winning number worth a billion dollars and you have 12 hours before the deadline to cash it in. No problem except that you're on a tour bus in another state headed in the wrong direction.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/28/2007; Updated: 07/03/2019)

By Mark Mc Quown.

In Chad, Northern Africa, the world famous Dr. Ingles and his archeological team have discovered a six million year old fossil and they are calling it 'the missing link'. At the same time billionaire Emile Ambrose has privately made a promise that the fossils will never arrive at any laboratory for examination.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/05/2005; Updated: 01/08/2020)

By Diane Johnson.

A volunteer firefighter of Native American descent must convince a small town sheriff with a grudge that a vengeful Indian spirit is bent on destroying their town with the flood waters of a nearby creek. Inspired by the actual Schoharie Creek bridge collapse of 1987. Now available as a novel.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/29/2003; Updated: 05/05/2019)

By Robin Sen.

In the world of counter-espionage, the only truth is what you yourself believe. A distrustful, female, Chinese secret police agent and an overconfident, male ex-CIA operative are hired by an international protection agency to investigate a militant nation's interest in weapons of mass destruction. What they don't realize is that the weapon is instead a bio-chemical ''smart-weapon'' intended for a surgical strike on the President of the United States. What they don't realize is that the instrument of attack is one of them.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 05/08/2019)

By Mark Mc Quown.

A group of Asian Park Rangers join with a task force from the FBI to stop the illegal distribution of tiger parts, heroin and diamonds to a world market.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/29/2001; Updated: 01/08/2020)

By Joan Jeby Fine.

The humor of “There’s Something About Mary” enters the world of “Sixth Sense” in this high concept hybrid comedy that gently tinkers with the unknown. Our bumbling hero trips through the belly laughs and the eerie fascination only to land on his feet, time and time again.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/25/2001; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Art Bernstein.

A comedian and Christmas cynic learns about a family secret, experiences a miracle, becomes Santa Claus, saves Christmas and delivers a million gifts.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/17/2020; Updated: 02/17/2020)

By Art Bernstein.

An overactive young boy lands on the Christmas Naughty list, embarks on a danger-filled quest battling creatures from a mythical realm, and finds his self-worth.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/17/2020; Updated: 02/17/2020)

By jonathan yates.

Life rocked as a teenager for an entertainment executive in LA nearing 40 as he had a cable show in Iowa reviewing films with his buds when they were young and stupid so he greenlights them for a Hollywood remake of GREAT GUY SCENES FROM GREAT GUY MOVIES!

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 02/14/2020; Updated: 02/14/2020)

By antoine rubini.

The intriguing Sci-Fi fictional story Extinct is the illustration of human evolution visually narrated by a fictional main character that will be traveling though time from the beginning of time the big bang all the way up to today. Looking for a change after the death of his wife, a plane crash leaves a man meeting God to travel through time and see the process of extinction, the rise of man and show him the importance of life. This intriguing sci-fi fiction illustrates human evolution through the travels of Max, a scientist and martial artist who is moving cross-country after losing his wife. He carries his research on human evolution during the prehistoric time is the last thing he hears before the plane crash lands. Max wakes at the beginning of time, and a mysterious figure who guides him through the rise of mankind. Traveling through the Jurassic, Roman and Industrial eras, Max will learn the importance of living in the moment and why man has come so far.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/13/2020; Updated: 02/14/2020)

By Gary St. Martin.

A group of high school students get in over their heads when they accidentally capture some illegal medical waste dumping while gathering footage for their media class project. When the teens are discovered, the ruthless culprits track them down, forcing them to go to the police for help.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/12/2020; Updated: 02/12/2020)

By Gary St. Martin.

Four high tech criminals are given an opportunity to get out of prison and help the government solve its biggest cyber terror cases. After the Democratic National Convention is hacked by Russians again, the FBI recruits a group of convicted hackers to stop them.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 02/12/2020; Updated: 02/12/2020)

By Gary St. Martin.

X Detective artist Johnson (Johnny) Bailey’s beach walk turn into a search, for a madman serial killer with a knife, who is stocking wealthy executives in the Seattle area. He brings this information to lead Detective Danielle McFear. The search for the killer also brings the two together for a bit of romance and a lot of searching for the elusive mystery serial killer slithering through the city of Seattle, Washington.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/12/2020; Updated: 02/12/2020)

By Yen Huang.

three teenagers who come from 3 distinct American family background, bond together for their desperate desire to be seen by their parents as who they are, undertake an incredible journey with one of the most famous Chinese mythical figure in the East Asian culture

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/12/2020; Updated: 02/12/2020)

By Brian Whiteman.

Following Germany's victory in World War Two, a risk-averse student in modern-day Edinburgh is thrust into joining a rebellion against the Nazis when his family is threatened.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/06/2020; Updated: 02/06/2020)

By Robert Tartell.

A young hairdresser and an unemployed sub-sandwich shop guy pull off a wild armored truck heist that leaves the police guessing!

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/05/2020; Updated: 02/11/2020)

By Robert Tartell.

An Airbnb holiday turns into a nightmare for a young couple visiting the Big Apple for the first time.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/22/2020; Updated: 01/22/2020)

By Pamela Green.

Ellen receives a promotion into a male-dominate leadership position only to find that her career is soon threatened and she must fight back.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 01/20/2020; Updated: 01/20/2020)

By Jonathan LaPoma.

Ten months—that’s how long twenty-six-year-old writer and aspiring actor Jay Sakovsky decides to stay and teach in the bohemian beach town of Soul City, California, to save up cash and overcome his anxiety before moving on to Hollywood. But after several “friendly chats” with the vice principal about hangover sweats and black eyes from barroom brawls, Jay sees a therapist who helps him connect his self-destructive tendencies and artistic blocks to his undiagnosed OCD, setting him on a ten-year healing journey that drives him to near madness as he explores the limits of his heart, creativity, and psyche. A surreal, darkly comic, and psychologically epic novel, The Soul City Salvation explores mental illness, friendship, aging, masculinity, modern love, the creative process, spiritual awakening, and fighting for respect in an uncaring world. *The Soul City Salvation is the fifth and final book in a loosely-linked series, with Hammond, The Summer of Crud, Understanding the Alacran, and Developing Minds: An American Ghost Story as books one-four. Each book can be read independently of one another, but they work best as a series.

Format: Novel

(Posted: 01/11/2020; Updated: 01/11/2020)

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