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Feature Film: LOVE UNDER MANIPULATION by Natalia Gorbunova

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: LOVE UNDER MANIPULATION

Written by: Natalia Gorbunova

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Adventure, Romance

Logline: A romantic love affair of Russian woman Elena, whose life is lonely but creative. She could hardly imagine what kind of difficulties and responsibility were waiting for her because her partner was Mexican 20 years younger and jobless. In spite of her mystical abilitie she fails because of some psychological problems.

Synopsis: Elena is a retired Russian journalist in her sixties and now also an amateur painter. She notices that her paintings make a sort of predictions. One day a jobless Mexican guy living in Spain sends her a love letter stating that he has recognized his face at one picture placed in Internet, became mad of her and wants to know her.

They exchange the letters through e-mail than meet through Skype and she comes to the conclusion that Jesus is her hero in spite of a big difference in their age (he is twenty years younger). She falls in love with him and invites him to Moscow. He asks her to marry him.

Her close persons have absolutely opposite positions: difference in age, cultural level are so significant that she can make a great mistake – from one side, and that maybe Jesus is her last chance to love and be loved – from the other one.

They get married. Soon his visa expires and he needs to leave Moscow. She can’t stay without him and they move to Mexico. She shares all with him leaving in poverty But he can’t find a job and in some months her money comes to an end.

They returned to Moscow. Soon Jesus says that there is an emergency to go to Spain. Elena gets some money from her friends but only for one ticket. He disappears. She makes an investigation and realizes that he has a wife in Spain.

Her sister Natalia wants Elena to overcome her depression and buys tours to Egypt. They enjoy their holidays but at the end the sharks begin to attack people in the Red Sea. They return to Moscow and suddenly Jesus declares that is going to visit Elena. She wonders why he asks her to make a divorce because their marriage was false.

But after his leaving it turned out that he has got two more women to marry: another Russian (so he needs Russian divorce certificate) and Finnish (for this case he has got a divorce certificate with his Spanish wife).

But for some reasons he fails and soon invites Elena to Spain assuring that he found his faith in God and now he can fulfill her dream to build an ideal relationship.

She decides to give him the last chance. They both baptize in the church and fix their life. The church helps them to rent a room. His ex-wife Ana-Maria becomes her close friend and also helps them.

Two years pass. Elena notices the deterioration of their relationship. He becomes cold and even rude. She supposes that the reason is his prolonged unemployment and sickness of his mother. He informed her that his mother is dying and he needs to go to Mexico. He leaves the same day that he appears. Elena and Ana-Maria guess what happened.

One day Jesus who is seriously ill and lives with his Finnish wife sees the program on TV about Elena who became a very famous painter.

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Feature Film: Masala Week by Rahi Ghasemi

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Masala Week

Written by: Rahi Ghasemi

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Crimy, Mystery

Logline: The only clue that a murderer left behind not only helps a detective to find the killer but also helps him to overcome his marital problems.

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Feature Film: Kidney Punch by Lily Skinner

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Kidney Punch

Written by: Lily Skinner

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Action, Sports

Logline: A rising MMA star, forced out of the sport after high-tech organ thieves steal her kidney, must team up with her self-proclaimed “biggest fan,” a basement-dwelling slob of a hacker, to infiltrate the Dark Web and get her property back.

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Feature Film: The Weddings by Kelly Murphy

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: The Weddings

Written by: Kelly Murphy

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Comedy

Logline: When two women travel half the globe to cover weddings, they find way more than they can imagine.

Synopsis: Jennifer York, a British pessimist journalist teams up with Jessica Pillsbury, an American temp photographer to cover weddings for a travel magazine. Eventually, they set aside their differences and become friends.

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Feature Film: License to Steal by Marco Santiago

 

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: License to Steal

Written by: Marco Santiago

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Action, Crime

Logline: A team of globe-trotting pilots repossess airplanes from the likes of narco-traffickers, deadbeat businesses and third-world arms traffickers until they unwittingly recover a plane outfitted with a weapon of mass destruction.

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Feature Film: Undead Heartache by Paul Rose

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Undead Heartache

Written by: Paul Rose

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance

Logline: When a high school loner finds himself in the midst of a zombie outbreak, he risks everything to save the cheerleader who never gave him the time of day.

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Feature Film: The Girl Next Door by Selene Castrovilla

LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: The Girl Next Door

Written by: Selene Castrovilla

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Romance

Logline: When a painstaking, tenacious teen pushes her terminally ill best friend to defy all odds, she grapples with her lifelong hidden love for him – and must ultimately save herself.

Synopsis: 17-year-old Sam Everfield is desperate keep her best friend alive. 17-year-old Jesse Parker faces almost certain death from his aggressive cancer. Having lost her father in 9/11, Sam has spent the five years following that tragedy clinging to her friendship with Jesse, who she also secretly loves. Her opportunity to become even closer arrives when Jesse requests that she sleep in a second bed in his room, so that he won’t die alone. Sam’s deepening love for Jesse threatens her own mental stability, as she becomes more and more dependent on this doomed relationship. The specter of Sam’s dead father looms mysteriously, as Sam encounters many signs pointing to the fact that her dad may be present. But what does he want?

Sam decides to give Jesse a gift which will brighten his spirits and perhaps give him a reason to fight. Late one night she climbs into his bed, and offers herself to him. At first shocked and appalled by the idea of violating his friend, he eventually acquiesces to her aggression. They make love (the first time for each of them), initially to comical results, but then to mutual satisfaction.

For Sam, this changes everything. Her attachment to Jesse is now a fierce obsession, and she amps up her campaign for him to fight for his life. She throws him a private prom in Central Park, in a special spot where they’ve gone since they were kids. The experience pushes Jesse to break down and admit he wants to live, but Sam questions if she wants to live if he dies. Jesse confronts Sam about her increasingly instability-and when she learns that Jesse is now in love with her she is triggered into a whirlwind of irony that culminates with her smashing every keepsake from her relationships with Jesse and her father. She collapses to the floor and mashes her bloodied hands and knees into the decimated objects.

Jesse now takes on the task of trying to convince Sam to live. He proposes. Sam accepts, but she still can’t face life without Jesse. Her encounters with her father’s ghost escalate until he appears late one night, while Jesse is sound asleep beside her. Sam demands to know how she can ever reconcile with a world in which no one is safe – that in any moment someone can be taken. Her father explains that death can never rob us of the love we give away. He urges her to let go of the pain and resentment she carries, and live in her moments with Jesse. She replies that she has no idea how to do that. He tells her that it’s as simple as a smile, and then he vanishes. In the morning, Sam smiles at Jesse. The couple marries in their Central Park spot. Sam and Jess enjoy their moments together, as Jesse deteriorates. The script closes on Christmas eve, Jesse’s eighteenth birthday, as the couple spends their last moments together.

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