Best Scene CRIME Screenplay – HICK, by by Marianna Moneymaker

Crime/Mystery Film & Writing Festival

 

This story is inspired by the real-world relationship between reporter Lorena Hickok (Hick) and Eleanor Roosevelt. It’s 1932 New York City when Associated Press crime reporter, Lorena Hickok’s next assignment brings her to a crossroads and she must choose: her career or follow Eleanor Roosevelt, her lover and best friend to the White House.

Genre: Crime, Political, History, Drama

CAST LIST:

Narrator: Laura Kyswaty
FDR: Jim Canale
Hick: Rachel Rain Packota
Eleanor: Regan Brown
Moosemann: Cory Bertrand

What is your screenplay about?

The unknown story of Lorena Hickok, the woman journalist, who gave up her career to be Eleanor Roosevelt’s lover and friend.

What genres does your screenplay fall under?

Historical noir.

Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

The world should know about the journalist Lorena A. Hickok. Her historical significance as one of the first woman journalist to have a byline on the front page…

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