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Every day before sunrise a lone cyclist struggles to get over a mountain pass--but when his obsessive-compulsive inner demons manifest as a savage apparition, surviving the night and surviving his own life becomes a primeval ordeal. Winner, 2017 StoryPros International.

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By Robert Heske.  Interviews

With the help of Mall Security, a teenage girl searches for a missing sister and her mysterious abductor. (5 pages) Note: LOST AND FOUND is included in the COLD BLOODED CHILLERS horror comic anthology (www.coldbloodedchillers.com).

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 11/07/2007; Updated: 07/05/2017 )

By Robert Heske.  Interviews

SURVIVOR meets GILLIGAN'S ISLAND. After an embarrassing sex toy recall, a head shot model becomes a marked man by angry, infected women. He flees the country incognito and ends up deported (along with other suspected terrorists) to a remote island overrun by man-eating pygmy headhunters and a mythical, flatulent wilderbeast.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/03/2007; Updated: 07/05/2017 )

By Chuck McClelland.

A proud former religious superior, newly retired and fighting for his dignity at a retirement home for monks, meets up with an old, vengeful nemesis - and an old flame. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/30/2007; Updated: 01/24/2018 )

By Chuck McClelland.

In a nursing home, Eugene O'Neill's third wife, Carlotta, a mercurial has-been actress, tells a researcher the untold story of her tumultuous life with the famous playwright. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/30/2007; Updated: 01/24/2018 )

By John Raya.

A New Year's Eve birthday party turns into a "whodunnit" when a guest is murdered in this comedy farce. A major hurricane impedes contacting help. To add salt to the wounds, four of the guests had a motive. Synopsis

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Format: Stageplay

(Posted: 04/14/2007; Updated: 07/06/2017 )

By Lisa Hagen.

An asshat, college athlete suffers a brain injury which vaults him in to his own miserable, disaster of a mid life. He discovers that he must clean up his arrogant, present day to save his future, his one true love, his sanity and even his very life.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/31/2006; Updated: 07/13/2017 )

By Chuck McClelland.

While trying to keep her family together, a young Catholic widow must also deal with prejudice as black families start moving into their all-white parish in 1950s West Philadelphia. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/09/2006; Updated: 01/24/2018 )

By Robin Sen.

A single, male, romantically-challenged marriage counselor looking for a relationship makes a deal with his polygamist, Mormon, male-stripper friend to trade services: marriage counseling for tips on picking up women. The only problem is -- he falls in love with his friend's next potential wife.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/08/2006; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

In the monster world, growing up isn't any easier than the real world. On the eve of his "bat mitzvah," his unexpected, untimely bris and his graduation, a young, vegetarian vampire bat discovers that he is adopted and runs away to seek out his natural parents before graduating to become a full-fledged Dracula. Along the way he learns the value of friendship and the meaning of true character and tolerance.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/19/2006; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Mark Mc Quown.

The Danielson family from middle, suburb America, win a six week paid vacation down the Blyde River Valley Gorge in South Africa and it becomes the vacation from hell that almost takes the life of everyone in the family, one at a time. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/04/2006; Updated: 01/06/2018 )

By Kim Townsel.  Interview

When her actor boyfriend delays marriage claiming money woes, Isabel tries to turn her inherited Smalltown cleaning service into a quick buck. Trouble is, she's got no people skills and needs 150 straight profitable days before she can sell it.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/11/2006; Updated: 12/18/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

A young woman's aura, the real, photographable signature of her life energy, is the only trace of her ability to hide between life and death from an unknown entity. But, she can't hide forever. While trying to save her own life, she inadvertently sacrifices the team of paranormal specialists trying to help her.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/27/2005; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

To save his own life, a street-wise teen is forced to use the survival skills taught to him by a boot camp for troubled youths when he stumbles upon another boy's murder and the group's dark secret.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/27/2005; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Chuck Loch.

NOTE: This screenplay was a finalist in the 2005 UCLA Department of Film and Television/Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship Competition. J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientific director of the Manhattan Project, seeks relief from his work in the arms of artist Georgia O’Keeffe. The strength of their relationship helps transform him from “the father of the atomic bomb” into an anti-nuclear advocate. It has been optioned by HBO producer Lee Levinson, at The Late Bloomer Co., Ltd., New York, New York.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/08/2004; Updated: 01/07/2018 )

By Chuck Loch.

NOTE: This screenplay was a finalist in the 2004 Roy W. Dean Writers Grant competition. Two engaged grad students heal a rift between themselves while helping a WWI hero learn to forgive himself for the deaths he’s caused.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/15/2004; Updated: 01/07/2018 )

By Robin Sen.

Twelve months and three days after being fired from his fifth consecutive job schlepping it as a waiter, frustrated everyman, Bob Gold, takes business matters into his own hands and goes up against corporate giants, the collapsing world economy and decides to show a failing government what good customer service really is.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/06/2004; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

A college grad and her friend pursue a writing career in the city. Instead of finding jobs they embark on binges of sexual release with unsavory men. Angela finally finds her voice from TV interviews.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

While trying to improve the grades of a nine year-old girl, five not-so-smart friends wind up kidnapping Geena Davis, chasing aliens with William Shatner and working as top secret decoders for the government.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

A stand-up comedian and impressionist working in an underworld nightclub is caught between loyalties when forced to work undercover for warring Irish and Italian mobsters, and the FBI.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Robin Sen.

To save his own life, a street-wise teen is forced to use the survival skills taught to him by a boot camp for troubled youths when he stumbles upon another boy's murder, a teen girl drug addict, and the group's dark secret.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Chuck McClelland.

After a series of romantic and professional ups and downs, a driven young filmmaker finally finds fulfillment at a Utah film festival - but not in the way he expected. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/17/2002; Updated: 01/24/2018 )

By Robin Sen.

A street gang leader and his girlfriend discover the true meaning of heroism from a Time-Life book on Western Cowboys and a Bible while trying to escape the marginality of their gang's wave of crime.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/02/2001; Updated: 06/29/2017 )

By Mark Mc Quown.

Chinese, American Julie Lee buys a Ch'ing Dynasty story fan in Hong Kong and returns to her home in Los Angeles. When she arrives home she is kidnapped, threatened, robbed and finally, in the end, she is persuaded to help a family of art thieves discover the resting place of a three hundred year old family treasure whose map is painted on the face of Julie's fan. This is a romantic comedy about art, art thieves, forgeries and fakes and takes place between Hong Kong and Los Anageles. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/15/2001; Updated: 01/06/2018 )

By Stephen M. Hunt.  Interview

A seventy year old man's ingenious plan to divorce without selling his dead father's vintage car is progressing nicely, until his wife smells a rat. Aimed primarily at French-speaking countries, this comedy is now in production in France. The cast and most of the crew are French. It'll be directed by the author whose last film, "Believers" has won him 7 director / producer awards and 5 acting awards.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 12/17/2016; Updated: 09/05/2017 )

By Phil Parker.

***OPTIONED BY BAFTA-WINNING PRODUCER*** LOGLINE: "In the final days of WWII, when a by-the-book pilot crash-lands on a Japanese island carrying the third atomic bomb, he's thrown into a crowded Allied POW camp and must escape to stop the Japanese from capturing the bomb...before he's forced to detonate it himself.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/21/2014; Updated: 05/05/2018 )

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