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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 Jeffrey Allen Russel & Lynda Lemberg.

During the Civil Rights era, a white supremacist colludes with a judge to entrap African Americans for his lobotomies. When a Black track star is sent to his asylum after she retaliates against the racist girls at school, her brilliant best friend teams up with an edgy journalist to free her and expose the conspiracy.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/31/2016; Updated: 08/28/2018)

By Phil Parker.

LOGLINE: "In the final days of WWII, when a rule-following pilot crash-lands on a Japanese island carrying the third atomic bomb, he faces a harrowing dilemma: follow orders and manually detonate the bomb to prevent it falling into enemy hands. Or help the island's POWs escape.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/21/2014; Updated: 11/10/2018)

By Charles DeRykus.

A WW1 German-Jewish vet with PTSD flees Germany to join family in the Netherlands then struggles with his demons as a member of the Dutch Resistance. [5 Contest Finalist Awards in 2017]

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/27/2017; Updated: 05/04/2019)

By Jared Raun.

In 1876 Wyoming, a fiercely independent woman works the family farm alone after her father dies, fending off a greedy rancher after her land, the unwanted romantic advances of the local marshal, and a vicious outlaw seeking shelter.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/10/2018; Updated: 08/10/2018)

By Michael Gibrall.

A Lebanese boy, born in Texas, returns to Beirut and experiences the horrors of war from the conflicts in the region throughout the 1970's and 1980's. Eventually returning to the United States, his memories never leave him, nor does his love for his people. Based on the true story of Samuel Eloud.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/21/2015; Updated: 08/31/2018)

By Keith Davidson.

To save his oldest friend from being hanged for accidentally killing a US Marshal’s son, a washed-up Texas Ranger makes a stand against the vengeful Marshal and his posse of deputized gunslingers.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/02/2019; Updated: 03/05/2019)

By Steve Weissman.

Based on the true story of the Buddha: The battles of a Prince who rejects riches and power, risking insanity and death, in a quest to find ultimate freedom.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/23/2007; Updated: 05/06/2019)

By Dirk Strasser.

A driven conquistador and his men find themselves caught between the warring forces of demonic natives and angelic entities in a world whose morality proves to be less black and white than it initially appears.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/15/2019; Updated: 04/16/2019)

By Ernestina Juarez.

During the Mexican-American War, Lieutenant Ulysses Grant falls in love with a young Mexican woman who helps American slaves escape bondage. The war separates them, but years later they meet again when the woman is dispatched to the United States to seek an alliance to prevent France from conquering Mexico and becoming an ally of the Confederacy. (Finalist - 2018 Academy Nicholl Screenplay Competition)

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/13/2018; Updated: 05/04/2019)

By Bo Sanders.

After the tragic death of his pregnant wife, a Muslim-to-Christian convert and biblical scholar travels back in time in an effort to confirm Christ's divinity.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/04/2018; Updated: 11/10/2018)

By Marc DeLamater.

Imagine going around the world under the sea onboard the world's most advanced submarine. It sounds like "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," but it really happened. In this dramatic true story, an American nuclear submarine captain announces to his new, untested crew that their maiden voyage is now a far more dangerous top-secret mission - to make the first submerged circumnavigation of the Earth.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/03/2006; Updated: 05/21/2019)

By Devin Lucas.

When a wild bunch of Old West outlaws are attacked by a Werewolf in the desert, the only place to run for safety is back to the strange town they just robbed, where the Sheriff is the embittered former partner of the gang’s infamous leader.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/16/2019; Updated: 04/16/2019)

By Bonnie Hendrickson.

Amidst the lush illusions of the Gilded Age, THE THIRD TIER follows a young woman from the New York City slums who avoids execution by becoming the sexual pawn of a politically ambitious judge, but she soon discovers that death may have been the better choice.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 01/10/2019; Updated: 03/15/2019)

By Lisa Hagen.

A slave ship titanically wrecks on a barren island and while sailors escape on a raft, and all the men die, it is left to the women to carve out an existence until they are rescued -15 years later.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/13/2017; Updated: 05/06/2019)

By J W Heavey.

The compelling true life story of the greatest warrior to have ever lived. Often maligned by history, this screenplay will change the way you think of this enigmatic leader.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/16/2018; Updated: 09/03/2018)

By Diane Johnson.

A West Indies Native and a Franciscan Friar embark on an Amazon expedition with legendary conquistador Francisco Pizarro in search of a city of gold. But instead of finding riches, they unleash a curse that affects centuries of historic leaders and trailblazers.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 01/10/2017; Updated: 05/05/2019)

By Robert Gately.

Ed always wanted to act or direct in theatre. Infant epilepsy, a lifelong battle with booze, or the bizarre hallucinations of van Gogh, Barrymore and spiders the size of dogs were not going to stop him. Living in reality was another matter. This is a physiological journey where a man struggles to find peace between the worlds of the real and the imaginary.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/26/2004; Updated: 05/04/2019)

By Andrew Garrett.

Genres collide in this irreverent, darkly humorous animated thriller, as two American mice battle a crew of Nazi rats who have turned an ocean liner into a fiendish trap.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/21/2012; Updated: 11/06/2018)

By James Sladack.

Green Berets and Marines time-jump to save the 21st century from the Apocalypse by killing a rogue SEAL team bent on rescuing Jesus from the Cross.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/17/2017; Updated: 05/17/2019)

By Robert Herold.

In 1910 New York, a two-bit hustler leads a rag-tag group of entertainers trying to break into a business dominated by thieves, thugs, and sociopaths – the film industry.

Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 09/01/2018; Updated: 09/01/2018)

By Pamela Hunt.

A Russian ballet teacher risks it all to smuggle film of Stalin's crimes into the U.S. with the KGB in pursuit and an unexpected ally in Washington, D.C.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/25/2004; Updated: 05/12/2019)

By PEGGY BRUEN.

A historical epic, coming-of-age quest for freedom by a Native American Shoshone teenage girl who leads the Corp of Discovery over the Rockies to the mouth of the Pacific, with a newborn on her back.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/23/2014; Updated: 05/09/2019)

By Arty Finkelstein & Andrew Garrett.

A young man is shoved violently, out of spite, into the U.S. Army at the height of the Vietnam War. They know he doesn’t belong--and he’s finding all the wrong ways to get out.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/24/2013; Updated: 11/06/2018)

By Joann Collins.

The true unsung muse of the Dada art movement of the 1910s was a woman ahead of her time. Thrice married, thrice abandoned, the Baroness Elsa kept rising from ashes over and over. With her outlandish fashions, penchant for nudity and ability to see the magic and art in the world that's invisible to others, Elsa enthralled and inspired everyone who met her, but remained unknown to the world at large, and died tragically unknown and penniless. Was she mad, a genius or both? Either way, she changed the art world forever.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/03/2019; Updated: 05/03/2019)

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