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Screenplay Video Review: HOW DID WE GET HERE? by Travis Darkow & Chris Isaacson

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Francis, a pessimist, and Chester, a happy go lucky pot head, struggle with two jobs they hate, all while Chester bounces his insane ideas off of Francis on how to get themselves out of their jobs. The only problem? One lacks motivation, and the other is almost always stoned. Francis drives a septic truck, and Chester works at a second hand sex toy store. How could it get any worse?

CAST LIST:

Narrator: Mandy May Cheetham
Chester: Adrian Currie
Francis: Liam Kinahan

Screenplay Video Review: DEAR TOM HARDY: I LOVE YOU by Waide Riddle

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Nine year old Shawn Williams is gay. He has been writing his favorite movie star every week for nearly two years. What happens when Mr. Hardy actually replies?

CAST LIST:

Narration – Allen Michael Brunet
Lee – Kevin Gabel
Tom – Hartley O. Gyamfi

Project Links

Video Pitch for Life Coach by Sandy Basran (Feature Film)

Title: Life Coach

Written by: Sandy Basran

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Logline: A young Indian male’s shaky self-confidence with women leads him to enlist an immature but fast talking co-worker as a life coach and friend who ultimately helps him break free from a manipulative girlfriend who threatens their friendship.

Video Pitch for The Scientist 1 by Vienda Kuntjoro (Feature Film)

Title: The Scientist 1

Written by: Vienda Kuntjoro

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama

Logline: The story is about knowledge invention.

Synopsis: This story is telling about new invention of new knowledge by a scientist. Nobody knows about this knowledge yet. It is in progress. The new knowledge created is called “Uuiverse”. This universe comes from every strongest heart value from all knowledge that exists in this world. This new knowledge creates by time cycles and knowledge cycle.

The team work hard to find this. They all work together and they finally can create a new knowledge. Universe is made for human beings who faces war, crises and any other bad things in this world. Universe can solve many problems and universe is the most powerful knowledge in this world. The result will bring prosperity to people.

At the end, when they finished this universe, they still looking for someone who fit to this kind of knowledge. They are still looking for someone who can fully implement this knowledge in the world. They haven t found her yet. They just can create the new knowledge for their invention.

Video Pitch for O L D Vaginas by Lora-Ellen McKinney (TV PILOT)

Title: O/L/D/: Vaginas

Written by: Lora-Ellen McKinney

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Drama

Logline: Finding her mobility challenged by desert-dry vaginal walls, a beautiful, single, bi-racial, bi-cultural and bi-national classical pianist who looks much younger than her 50 years, must choose to acknowledge the signs that her body’s age is catching up to her birth certificate and consider what this means for her relationships and self-acceptance.

Synopsis: It’s a beautiful New York day everywhere except in Emma’s stuck-together vagina. Emma Carter typically looks and feels half her 50 years. As the pilot episode begins, Emma’s body revolts in an age-appropriate if unexpected way. A doctor and a vaginal physical therapist prescribe vaginal dildo exercises. In the cab ride on the way home, Emma examines the dildo. The cabbie hits a pothole, her newly purchased dildo lands in the cabbie’s lap. Emma distracts herself by making lunch for a neighbor whom she learns survived the Japanese internment. Later, Emma attempts her Kegels; the dildo gets stuck just as her Havanese, Boo Radley, needs walking. She walks her dog in serious discomfort, arriving home to find that her ex-pat boyfriend has returned stateside to declare his love for her.

Emma is a bi-racial bi-national, award-winning classical music prodigy, who is composing a musical opus based on four American racist place names. This opus combines classical, pop, funk, R and B, blues, jazz and the forms of ethnic music appropriate to the chosen geographic locations.

Each episode of O/L/D/ has a new topic and naming convention of Show Name: Body Part or Topic considered important to adult women. The show’s themes are aging, music and relationship. O/L/D/ is Mozart in the Jungle meets Sex in the City meets Blackish with smatterings of Golden Girls and Parenthood. O/L/D/ is a comedic TV drama series of twelve 60-minute episodes. These Old/Lady/Dramas explore the physical, psychological, social, political and professional challenges of middle-aged women.

“Fifty is the new Forty is the old Thirty-Something.” This show’s market is anyone who is getting older, with special appeal to women from 25 to 60. It also appeals to music lovers and social justice advocates. O/L/D/ dials in on the problems of aging, career and relationships. Balancing all three while trying to maintain the last, especially romantic relationships, has particular appeal to a broad spectrum of today’s professional women and men. “Just when you think you have it all figured out,” says Emma’s father, “your aging body calls you a liar.”

Video Pitch for Hearing Thoughts by Anthony Diffley (NOVEL)

Get to know the writer:

What is your story about?

My story / book is about a young, New York City, man suddenly acquiring the capability to hear what people around him are thinking. Right after discovering this, it then becomes a question as to how he should properly use it. Being a NYC prosecutor, he quickly finds one way in which it can be used. He soon discovers a more appropriate use once the CIA learn of his talent.

Why should people know this story?

People should know about my story because it will make them think and ask themselves, “What would I do if I had this talent?” and “How different would the world be if we could all hear each other’s thoughts.”

This story has a lot going for it. How would you describe this story in two words?

A compelling mindgrabber.

What movie have you seen the most in your life?

“The Godfather”

How long have you been working on this story?

I worked on this story for about a year and a half.

How many stories have you written?

I have written 4 stories but have had only one published, so far.

What motivated you to write this story?

Two reasons motivated me. The tenth anniversary of 9/11 and world peace.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

I am passionate about my children, family and God

Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

The best advice I can give is, do not give up or force yourself to write. The ideas will come if you just relax and let your free thinking take over your mind.

Video Pitch for Shadow Brother, by George Tysley (Feature Film)

Title: Shadow Brother

Written by: George Tysley

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Crime

Logline: A deranged multi-millionaire murders himself and goes on a bloody revenge spree against his perceived enemies.

Get to know the writer:

What is your story about?

Story themes are essentially self-destruction and opportunism that reveal the darker side of human nature.

Why should people know this story?

Like pretty well any story, the aim as to why anyone would be interested in this particular one has to do with igniting an emotional connexion and, hopefully, creating an entertainment.

This story has a lot going for it. How would you describe this story in two words?

Two words to describe: Shock Opening.

What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Movie most seen – probably Singin in the Rain.

How long have you been working on this story?

Hours spent on story – would guess at about 30.

How many stories have you written?

Stories written – about 30, with about 8 published, two winning in competitions and second place in another.

What motivated you to write this story?

Seeing a good idea was the motivation for writing the story, which would be pretty much the same answer for any story.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

Other passions: movies, theatre, novels, short stories and screenplays,
jazz, politics, psychology – is that enough? – Oh, and the opposite sex.

Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Wouldn’t pump up to offer advice.