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By jo-ann payne.

we have a twisted psychopath who will not take no for an answer.

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(Posted: 12/27/2011; Updated: 12/27/2011 )

By Bob Daniels.

Like Bullworth, Emet’s what you call your equal opportunity Truthteller. The funny thing about Truth, though, is it’s so often fatal to the teller . . . or would be if friggin’ Emet would just stop zig-zagging, dammit!

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(Posted: 12/22/2011; Updated: 04/20/2012 )

By Raymond Hughes.

Action/Adventure: A band of mercenaries are hired to extract a captured group of scientist from pirates operating off the east coast of Africa. A realistic look at modern day piracy and modern day mercenaries.

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(Posted: 12/21/2011; Updated: 12/21/2011 )

By Dino Zonetti.

LOG: This is a story of a man that has built a legacy of torture and bloodshed, and is considered a hero.

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(Posted: 12/13/2011; Updated: 12/13/2011 )

By Michael Corcione.

A recently disabled young man finds love hope and courage in the arms of a witty wild and altogether tragic party girl.

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(Posted: 12/12/2011; Updated: 12/12/2011 )

By Tracy Dennett.

The fortune of a family is turned around with the help of a tiny woodland man

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(Posted: 12/08/2011; Updated: 12/08/2011 )

By Bob Daniels.

The unluckiest couple in Oklahoma, are a living, breathing country music song. After the funeral of their only daughter, the couple explode in rage at their religion’s God. But God’s tired of taking the blame for religious stupidity and is determined to educate the masses . . . with humor.

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(Posted: 12/04/2011; Updated: 04/20/2012 )

By Helene Wagner.

William Marzack remembers fragments from that day ten year ago when his famous musian father died in a fiery bus crash that left him an orphan at age five. He remembers the piercing cry of the single electric blue guitar his father loved to play. The sound so high, so sweet it spoke to him in a language that used no words. A sleepy five year old boy, watching his father perform on stage, plucking the Blue’s guitar strings – faster – and faster – blurring with the sound until the man, the music and the Blue become one. The legendary “Blue” created only for a select few of the world’s greatest guitar players. A deep hued indigo with a jeweled dragon inlay stretched and curled around it’s neck, resting its fearsome head in the fifth and sixth frets, it’s red coral tongue flicking a B on the E string. William remembers getting on the bus with his father after the concert -- the pouring rain, the washed-out mountain road, the crash, and the fire. A vision of the Blue –- melting. Its jeweled ivory, coral and gold – sparkling like diamonds in the flames. His father’s best friend, Dack, a Jamaican ace guitarist, saving him from a fiery death on the bus. Dack, who loves him like a son, gives up his life on the road to play in Club Gold, a cheap tourist trap in Kingston to save William from going to an orphanage. Dack teaches him everything he knows about music and tells him. “Music’s in your blood, mon. Except for me, you the best guitar player in Jamaica. Girls love William. He wears dude clothes when he wants. He eats what he wants. He and Dack play blues and rock guitar to pull in cruise ship passengers to Club Gold. And just like Dack, William is happy, until one day, when William’s filthy rich grandfather discovers he has a long-lost grandson and takes him away from Dack to live with him in Washington, D.C. William’s grandfather forces him to attend the snobby Wellsby School for the Performing Arts to train in classical music just like his famous father once did. “CLASSICAL MUSIC!” William tells his grandfather “Dack is my father.” William hates the preppie kids in Wellsby who all think he’s a total dork, especially Jeffrey Rabowitz who asks him, “So, who are you supposed to be, dude?” William knows he is Dack’s son in spirit, but why does the memory of his famous father continue to haunt him? To find the answer he must learn more about his father to discover himself. When William’s class at Wellsby pays a visit to the Smithsonian Institute exhibit, ”Guitar in American Popular Music. William finds the key to his past enclosed in a glass case and illuminated by a brilliant light. It’s deep hued indigo with a jeweled dragon inlay stretched and curled around it’s neck, resting its fearsome head in the fifth and sixth fret, it’s red coral tongue flicking a B on the E string. William runs away to find the famous guitar maker who tells him he has to pay his dues to earn the privilege of owning a Blue. His father won the Hampton World Competition for Classical Music to get it. William’s grandfather buys the priceless guitar and puts it up as first prize to the winner of the Hampton Classical Competition. William practices classical music to win the Blue but knows he can’t compete among the world’s most gifted classical artists. But he keeps hearing Dack’s words to him as a small boy, “Follow you heart, mon, you got to follow your heart to be happy.”

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(Posted: 11/23/2011; Updated: 11/26/2011 )

By Thomas Dalby and Richard Schneider.

Historical Drama (1843): When a lunatic guns down the secretary of the British Prime Minister in the streets of central London, the ensuing courtroom battle and outcome was to change forever the way insanity was viewed by courts around the world.

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(Posted: 11/21/2011; Updated: 11/22/2011 )

By Tuvia Solomon.

House is losing his patients -- and his edge. Can he get it back? 2 hour House M.D. spec script, with a lead-in for a further season-ending/series-ending script.

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Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 11/21/2011; Updated: 01/20/2012 )

By Richard MacDougall.

Mercenaries in a contest to win $25,000,000 in gold to those who survive the game

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(Posted: 11/20/2011; Updated: 11/21/2011 )

By Richard MacDougall.

Peter White has inherited a book of magic spells and very special mystical ring from his uncle. He has also inherited an old house filled with magical artifacts But the elements of evil want what peter has and that includes his very soul

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(Posted: 11/20/2011; Updated: 11/21/2011 )

By Quentin Hollis.

The Red Moon’s Harvest is a horror about a disturbing town’s secret involving an ancient evil that was accidentally exposed by a group of young teenagers who swore to never speak of it. But now, 20 years later, they find that it is not up to them to keep the town’s secret because its latency period has ended and it is reborn and primed for the harvest.

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(Posted: 11/18/2011; Updated: 11/18/2011 )

By Quentin Hollis.

“T.S.O.B.,” Is a Sci-Fi horror about a group of University Scientist who set out to create a machine capable of altering and controlling our mysterious dream world; but it appears that this very channel accesses more than just their dreams. An unexpected guest now has access to them and the expedition leads our researchers to a deadly conclusion, that some worlds are best left unexplored.

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(Posted: 11/18/2011; Updated: 11/18/2011 )

By Thomas Herring.

A new vampire who's allergic to blood is starving, but feeding on people could be his last meal. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 11/11/2011; Updated: 07/27/2016 )

By michael grimes and Alford McBean.

It is time. It is time for the movie that will have the world talking. BLACKFUNK is here.

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(Posted: 11/10/2011; Updated: 11/10/2011 )

By Richard Hubley and Rick Hubley II .

A psychiatrist suspects that he is his most distraught patient.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 11/08/2011; Updated: 11/27/2011 )

By Kathy Foust.

Carly Jackson has to run the carnival business she inherited from her estranged, father for year and a mysterious person. She learns a lot about herself, her father and the life of the carnie on the road. Soon accidents start happening and it puts her in the spotlight with investigators. The carnies find out the havoc is not accidental and are leery of her dedication when they find out who it is behind it. Is she her father's daughter or her mother's daughter? Their future is in her hands when she leaves to settle things.

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(Posted: 11/03/2011; Updated: 11/03/2011 )

By Roberto Negron.

A Fort Benning Drill Instructor gives the squad leader job to a wise-cracking street kid from New York City to make a man out of him.

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(Posted: 10/27/2011; Updated: 12/16/2011 )

By Douglas Strait.

Two writers researching ghost stories become targets of a backwoods band of murderous thieves.

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(Posted: 10/19/2011; Updated: 02/06/2015 )

By Louise Carroll.

A post-meltdown action star finds himself--and a lot more--in a town with as many secrets as people and a fiercely protective unseen spirit.

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(Posted: 10/16/2011; Updated: 10/16/2011 )

By Frank P. Duffy.

You may wonder how it is possible that a 37-year-old man could still be so fearful of being what he is...a man. Consumed by self-doubt, he lives on the verge of sanity by the sheer force of his intellect and faith. Desperately, he seeks help to the thoughts that plague his mind.

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(Posted: 10/14/2011; Updated: 10/27/2011 )

By Anton Diether.

A reinvention of the medieval French fairy tale as a dark romance for adults, in which Belle and the Beast are transformed by love in more complex ways than in the Cocteau or Disney versions. The Beast is a moody, noble savage with magical powers who loves all beauty but despises his own ugliness. Once a handsome heartbreaker, he's cursed with a beastly body, imprisoned in an enchanted castle until the day a woman swears her love to him. Belle is a loner with an idealized sense of romance outside the real world, until she becomes the prisoner/guest of the Beast. Her fear and pity of him turns to friendship and finally to love. PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 10/14/2011; Updated: 12/24/2015 )

By Frank P. Duffy.

A loveable Mexican father with traditional values has a heavenly mission to restore his daughter's faith and ethnic values.

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(Posted: 10/13/2011; Updated: 10/27/2011 )

By Frank P. Duffy.

A young woman oppressed by her mother finds love with an Hispanic priest who is converting her faith.

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(Posted: 10/13/2011; Updated: 10/27/2011 )

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