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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 Jeffrey Groberman.

An aspiring student screenwriter and her best friend concoct a scheme to plant her script on Hollywood producers at the private Airline terminal where they work.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/07/2011; Updated: 09/02/2018)

By Gini Graham Scott.

After a lawyer wins a dispute and acquires a cryonics tank with a shrewish wealthy woman frozen 20 years, a scientist friend brings her back. It turns out her husband "killed" her and her children took her property. When he tries to regain her property, her husband tries to kill her again, as she transforms into a nice person.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/23/2011; Updated: 11/11/2018)

By Linda Boroff.

Business student with Wall Street fantasies is hoaxed into taking a summer job at a plumbing company and gets a dose of reality.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/14/2011; Updated: 11/04/2018)

By Justine Cowan.

Will Melanie Hutchinson still wear her designer heels when she embalms bodies at the funeral practice she inherited from her father? No request is too crazy or outlandish as she fulfills her clients last wishes with some amazing over-the-top celebrations of life!

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 01/24/2011; Updated: 07/24/2018)

By Anton Diether.

A dysfunctional father and daughter vacationing in Bali, conflicted over a pending divorce, are sole survivors of a plane crash at sea and try to swim to the nearest coast, fighting both natural and human elements of danger. Alternate version for a different location: British Columbia, Canada.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/03/2011; Updated: 09/12/2018)

By Michael Randle.

Roused from a hundred year sleep to an America where whites are a small minority, a redneck is forced to battle Anglo terrorists and, in loving a black girl, his own prejudice.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/19/2010; Updated: 01/08/2018)

By Justine Cowan.

Uplifting story of Simon, a self-imposed hermit in a Baltimore junk yard, who befriends Fred, a local teenager. Fred somehow manages to coax Simon out of the lot to resume living his life to the fullest.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/23/2010; Updated: 07/24/2018)

By Mark Beech & Linda Gray.

In the hearts of an old couple love can almost conquer death.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/17/2010; Updated: 04/16/2018)

By Mark Beech.

When young Sam Clemens eagerly apprentices as a steamboat pilot it never dawns on him that becoming a man is part of the bargain. Adapted from Mark Twain's "Old Times on the Mississippi."

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/14/2010; Updated: 04/16/2018)

By Mark Beech.

Sexually aggressive Alex convinces her two girlfriends that in an emergency the quickest place to pick up guys is at a strip club. Satisfaction is had by all, but not as anticipated.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/13/2010; Updated: 04/16/2018)

By JZ Murdock.

Lycanwolf shape-shifters have little considerations for Vampires. But those despicable Werewolves... Vampires hate them.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/25/2010; Updated: 09/01/2018)

By J.F. DaVanzo.

NOTE: THE EXCERPT ABOVE IS THE THIRD SECTION OF THE DEER AND THE DOLPHIN. For pp. 1-80 e-mail jfdavanzo@poweroc.net In this future history sci-fi fantasy Nick, a solitary sailor, is witness to the degradation of Earth's ecology and becomes a central figure in Earth's recovery.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/13/2010; Updated: 07/09/2018)

By Stephen Levy.

LOST at sea 1 location...a cruise ship When all the passengers and crew disappear, a young waitress and a handsome blue blood lead the remaining passengers to discover what's happening.

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 07/27/2010; Updated: 07/07/2018)

By Maria Lennon .

This was the Seven rays Script-a-Scene contest, for the book THE SEVEN RAYS, by Jessica Bendinger. up to 5 pages from a favorite excerpt of the book. It placed: Runner Up, 2010

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 07/01/2010; Updated: 02/27/2018)

By PHILIP SPITERI.

A female military assassin hunts for vengeance ex-marine Afghan drug trade kingpins, but this becomes increasingly difficult because they abduct a M.D. researcher's daughter, obtain toxic weapons and threaten the city of Chicago.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/04/2010; Updated: 09/03/2018)

By Justine Cowan.

Martin hitches a ride to work from some of the biggest potheads in DC and loses everything!

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 03/28/2010; Updated: 07/05/2018)

By Justine Cowan.

Alice Bloom is just starting her normal work day until her hot flashes kick in and she is forced to disrobe on the D.C. Metro! Then, when exiting the car, she gets stuck in the doors! At work things don't go much better for her.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/22/2010; Updated: 07/26/2018)

By Justine Cowan.

A fun and fresh redo of "It's a Wonderful Life" - Bollywood style!

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/22/2010; Updated: 07/19/2018)

By Maria Lennon.

In the midst of destruction and pain, a young boy yearns to stop violence however not with violence. 5 pages

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/10/2010; Updated: 02/27/2018)

By Justine Cowan.

Flora discovers that her aunt is really a mermaid in this tale of friendship, love, and survival on Japanese-occupied (WWII) Guam.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/06/2010; Updated: 06/08/2018)

By Craig Peters.

A dazzling young woman who practices her own special brand of magic leads three love-struck guys on a zany quest to score a big pile of cash on the Fourth of July.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/07/2009; Updated: 11/10/2018)

By Mark Mc Quown.

The assassination of an American president begins in 300 AD in Rome and proceeds to 2011 Washington DC and then returns to Rome in 307 AD for the assassination, death of Severus II on a day it snowed on Italy and Rome is in white.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/11/2009; Updated: 10/15/2018)

By Anton Diether.

An aspiring New York pianist is tutored by a world-famous Russian concert master and falls in love with his daughter, only to discover that the maestro leads a double life as a Soviet assassin who murdered his father. Seeking vengeance, the young pianist finds himself embroiled in a mysterious KGB plot to smuggle out an American prototype of the "Suitcase Bomb" -- the first portable nuclear device designed at the height of the Cold War.

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(Posted: 09/04/2009; Updated: 09/12/2018)

By Anton Diether.

Action thriller set in a European ski resort. An American cat burglar with a recent fear of heights pulls off one last rooftop heist and steals a mysterious package. Crossing the Alps to deliver them to a mysterious banker, he's stalked by a clever female assassin. He evades her, using an innocent ski instructor and her students as a ruse, and boards a cable car. The assassin boards with them, when the lift is derailed in mid-air -- a skyhanger with unexpected twists.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/04/2009; Updated: 09/12/2018)

By Anton Diether.

High-seas survival adventure in a lifeboat, based on a true story and a controversial naval murder trial. As a disabled cruise ship is evacuated, one of its lifeboats is hopelessly lost at sea -- in the path of an oncoming storm. A junior officer, acting as captain, faces a moral dilemma when he realizes there are too many people in the boat to survive the storm: he must play God and decide who goes overboard to die, in order to save the majority of passengers.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/04/2009; Updated: 09/12/2018)

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