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By Shane McCabe.  Interviews

Rescued after six long years held captive by FARC terrorists in the Colombian Jungles, a young Californian kidnap victim struggles to adjust to life in Los Angeles when her brutal ordeal soon follows her from mean streets of Bogotá to the suburbs of Beverly Hills in the form of a corrupt Colombian delegation hell-bent on killing her.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/16/2010; Updated: 09/22/2011 )

By Ash Quadir.

An ambitious attorney and a homeless person - a moleman - with a mysterious past go through many life changes as, against all odds and expectations, they fall in love. Nicholl Fellowships (Quarterfinalist) ASA/Gotham (Honorable Mention) Scriptapalooza (Quarterfinalist)

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/13/2010; Updated: 09/16/2010 )

By Richard Bailey.

While investigating an aggressive, killer disease, CDC scientists discover a mysterious entity deep in the jungles of the Philippines, whose mere presence could change the course of human history. Their efforts to curb the epidemic are hampered by the CIA's attempts to destroy the ABU SAYYEF terrorist organization.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/01/2010; Updated: 05/22/2011 )

By Lawrence Garcia.

Two childhood sweethearts wish upon a star to be together forever, only to be pulled apart, then brought back together twenty years later. Unfortunately, both are engaged to someone else.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/05/2010; Updated: 12/19/2012 )

By Jason Allen.  Interview

Hoping to go straight, a New York mob boss steals away to a small Southern town and becomes a librarian, but he unknowingly invades the turf of a wild, ruthless backwoods gang known as the Happy Valley Mafia

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/05/2010; Updated: 08/05/2010 )

By Robert De Lay.

When an aspiring young man's Grandma dies, her ghost haunts him into resolving a family conflict surrounding her memorial service.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/11/2010; Updated: 01/05/2011 )

By David Cobbins.

A corrupt detective believes she's teetering on the edge of insanity when the body of an informant she murdered goes missing and she races to find it before a suspicious co-worker and mobster take her down.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/09/2010; Updated: 07/09/2010 )

By Robert Mazzonna.

Think of something that would gnaw at you. Go further, think of something that would make your gut wrench. Now think of something that would make you seethe and your blood boil. To the point that your pupils are fully dilated... To the point of physical violence... To the point of death... Now enter the sinner's booth and empty your weapon on your parish priest with memories of your dead loved one... Bless me Father, you have sinned... See Synopsis for attachments

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/09/2010; Updated: 10/22/2011 )

By John Conner.

Logline: A suspended Navy SEAL battles Russian Special Forces on a secret mission to blow up Alaska's gas pipeline. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Synopsis: On the verge of losing his family because of prolonged overseas duty, a Navy SEAL about to make captain is suspended for disobeying orders to kill terrorists disguised as fishermen caught sabotaging a Caspian Sea gas pipeline. When the disgraced SEAL returns home to Alaska to resume a commercial fishing business during his suspension, he again encounters terrorists posing as fishermen, but discovers they are Russian Spetsnaz forces on a covert mission to destroy a major gas pipeline. After he warns his family and government officials, they accuse him of having PTSD, and the suspended SEAL learns that to win back his family and save innocent lives, he must risk his Navy career and disobey orders againbut this time by engaging the enemy in a tactical fight to the death on Alaska's frigid waters.

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(Posted: 05/20/2010; Updated: 06/27/2015 )

By Marian Norton, Steve Harper, Arnold Candray.

Vice Admiral Bertram Ramsay masterminded the plans to rescue the British Expeditionary force from the beaches of Dunkirk. Operation Dynamo would bring them home.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/27/2010; Updated: 04/27/2010 )

By Maria Lennon.

A God fearing woman finds herself burned out by hurtful tragedies in her life. By trying to hide secrets from the past, she comes to the place where faith seems gone. But she overlooks, that old wounds must be touched and tended before they could be healed for good.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/10/2010; Updated: 02/14/2016 )

By Maria Lennon.

Elijah the prophet shows up in God’s appointed time to restore faith in God and his commandments in spite the threads of death from the evil ruler of the land. Synopsis

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(Posted: 01/10/2010; Updated: 09/24/2016 )

By Kyle Michel Sullivan.

A young man flies to Ireland to settle his family's estate only to learn he is the last surviving member of his family line...and he is trapped by his family's ancient curse. Sequel to ''Darian's Point.''

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(Posted: 09/17/2009; Updated: 07/13/2012 )

By Anton Diether.

Romantic war adventure set against the backdrop of World War II China. Two mismatched fugitives of war, a jaded American newsman and a strong-willed Jewish refugee girl, escape Japanese-occupied Shanghai to reach Free China. They evolve into unlikely heroes among the Chinese, one as a mercenary destroying lives, the other as a Red Cross miracle worker saving lives. Their stormy relationship ultimately brings them together to save Shanghai's Jewish refugees from Nazi extermination. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 09/03/2009; Updated: 12/24/2015 )

By shaun woodson.

a group of grad students planing on a night to rember get more than they bargen for when the get lost adrift an small luxury yacht , while adrift the kids soon learn that they have awaken something from its centery long slumber and whatever it is its hungry , fast, big and just had ofsprings

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(Posted: 08/26/2009; Updated: 08/26/2009 )

By William Bienes.  Interviews

A disgruntled Cupid, tired of his thankless job, finds trouble, liquor and a few surprising definitions of love in, A Bar Called Elegante.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/05/2009; Updated: 01/23/2010 )

By Actor Cordell.

A repressed suffragette in a Maine asylum comes of age with the help of an unorthodox doctor -- a story based on true Widows Island retreats for the convalescent insane..

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/22/2009; Updated: 09/24/2010 )

By Jim Schock.

True Story. Donaldina (Dolly) Cameron, 25, arrives in 1895 San Francisco, begins a lifelong battle against Chinese slave-girl trade, saving more than 3000 girls -more than Schindler. An incredible feat in face of era prejudices, and shining proof that women can change the world, too. 105 Pages.

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(Posted: 09/06/2008; Updated: 07/26/2010 )

By John J. Maffucci.

After an accident, a standup comedian finds himself transported to heaven where he becomes an "Angel in Training." In order for him to earn his wings, he must return to earth and successfully defend an innocent prisoner at a Parole Board Hearing. During his spiritual journey, he touches and transforms the lives of the people he meets including the innocent victim, the quilty party and others along the way.

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(Posted: 06/12/2008; Updated: 11/13/2016 )

By JOE KISCH.  Interview

An under-appreciated genius inventor, Nikola Tesla, travels to the USA with a new invention that will transform the future of human life, only to battle impenetrable prejudice, destitution and a rockstar-like scientist and his idol, Thomas Edison, for supremacy in electrical power distribution.

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(Posted: 03/26/2008; Updated: 02/04/2012 )

By N.J. Reese.

A high school teacher, thrust into a hostage situation, learns that she's done more than educate one student. She's made a hero.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/15/2007; Updated: 10/05/2011 )

By James Ossi.

The dog ate his homework. Problem is: The teacher knows he doesn't have a dog. 5 pages. Cheap to produce. Fun for all.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 08/22/2007; Updated: 05/27/2010 )

By Diana Kemp.  Interviews

A young boy disobeying the laws of his agrarian society causes the death of his sister and friend.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 02/11/2007; Updated: 03/23/2015 )

By Mike McGeever.

Stranded in a rustic cabin, a professor and her student find themselves trapped in a game wherein they can’t help but reenact a murder. How do you play a game where the only way to win is to die? TOP 10 win, International Horror/Sci-fi Competition. A micro-budget, Top 10 winner!!

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/26/2006; Updated: 08/17/2016 )

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.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/11/2005; Updated: 01/01/2011 )

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