The coffin

Writer  emanuele pesoli
Script Type: Screenplay, Short Script
Number of Pages: 8
Country of Origin: Netherlands
First-time Screenwriter

During an allegorical funeral organized by civil society groups to celebrate Brexit Day, July 14th, a hesitant 18-year-old Kenyan mut break free from the haunting memory of the dead father in order to fall in love with a girl before he travels back home.

Legacy

Writer  Danielle Erlich
Script Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 126
Country of Origin: United States
First-time Screenwriter

A boy, Lachlan, unknowingly stumbles into a magical world, outside of Dublin Ireland, where the father who had abandoned him as a child is king. He comes to find the king has been kidnapped, and it is up to him to save his father and marshal good against evil in this fight for all of humanity.

The Proper Study of Zanny Stone

Writer  Rob Weinstein
Script Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 95
Country of Origin: United States

In 1976 an experiment in love leads to the most unexpected of results.

New Hollywood

Writer  Rob Weinstein
Script Type: Short Script
Number of Pages: 15
Country of Origin: United States

Two ambitious writers. One big town. The town wins.

Farm Tested

Writer  Rob Weinstein
Script Type: Short Script
Genres:
Number of Pages: 8
Country of Origin: United States

An Iowa farmer tests the hog raising skills of his son-in-law from New York.

MIRZA'S FRIEND GHALIB

Writer  Anupam Sen Gupta
Script Type: Screenplay
Genres:
Number of Pages: 63
Country of Origin: India
First-time Screenwriter

Mirza, 54, is an aspirant film maker who works with an old colonial cafe as a helper to support himself. He is an introvert and is a loner by choice. He lives in a 50 year old slum of street artists which Is facing demolition due to urban development by private builders.
He doesn't speak at all. The only time he does is when he talks to an unknown friend and mentor on the phone at night and debates on his script; mostly resulting in disagreement.
As he doesn't open his door one day till late morning, the neighbours of the slum call the police and break open to find Mirza dead. After post mortem, the police find no foul play but remain confused that Mirza's phone never had any connection while on the other side the demolition of the slum begins.
Between the inner conflicts of Mirza and the demolition of the slum, a pragmatic side of a local artist emerges who keeps moving on with his art and survival despite adversities.

Mañana is a Happy Day

Writer  Andres Pi Andreu
Script Type: Short Script
Genres:
Number of Pages: 12
Country of Origin: United States
First-time Screenwriter

Alejandro's life is going to take a sudden turn to become a living nightmare with catastrophic consequences for "everyone"... and the day all happens begins as the best day of his life.

CUCKOO

Writer  Louise Johnson
Script Type: Short Script
Genres:
Number of Pages: 13
Country of Origin: United Kingdom


A bereaved woman invites a young refugee into her home to try and gain closure. But a startling discovery threatens to tear the two women apart.

 

Condemned

Writer  Ben Fiore
Script Type: Short Script
Genres: Thriller, Drama
Number of Pages: 16
Country of Origin: United States

As an innocent man is walked to the electric chair, wrongly convicted of a brutal murder, the guilty man, now free, begins to experience his every fear and emotion until poetic justice prevails.

 

The Chessmaster, The Artist, The Priest and The Gypsy

Writer  Robert Cole
Script Type: Screenplay
Genres: Historial Drama, Thriller, War, Romance
Number of Pages: 116
Country of Origin: United States

In the summer of 1943. Russian chessmaster, Alexander Petroff seeks refuge from war in Barcelona with his friend, terminally ill artist, Pippi Sanchez,
Pippi makes a living painting propaganda for the regime he despises. A bomb explodes in the train station on Alexander’s arrival, killing Civil Guardia Police. The explosion destroys his representation of Generalissimo Franco, The Catholic Church and The Spanish Civil War.
Despised Guardia Captain Montero, who fancies himself an expert chess player, leads the investigation.
Pippi introduces Alexander to beautiful, polyamorous gypsy, Yolanda, his former lover. Yolanda hates the regime for their persecution of the gypsies. Yolanda quickly ensnares Alexander.
Another lover, Father Xavier, is tormented by his lusty affair with Yolanda and the Catholic Church’s incestuous relationship with the fascists.
During the investigation Pippi’s flask is found and when he comes to restore the artwork Montero takes him into “custody” for questioning; a death sentence for many.
Alexander plays an epic chess match with Montero for Pippi’s release, humiliating Montero.
Alexander knowing Montero isn’t a good loser decides they all should flee. When Yolanda says good bye to Xavier, confessing her part in the bombing, he has an epiphany, renouncing his vows and goes with them.
“The chessmaster, the artist, the priest and the gypsy” flee Barcelona and head to Lisbon in Pippi’s Hispano-Suiza to find a ship bound for America.
Vengeful Montero gives chase with his young lieutenant Anabal who has become disillusioned with the brutality of Montero and fascism.
Montero intercepts them at the Atlantic beachhead commanding a rematch at gun point. After another epic loss, he orders Anabal to execute them, but he can’t pull the trigger.
Pippi has a pistol with one bullet he’s reserved for himself. Yolanda takes the gun and in a tension filled moment kills Montero and Pippi dies in Yolanda’s arms.
Once in Lisbon, Yolanda runs into former lover, co-conspirator Rodrigo who could be the father of her child. She decides to
In the end, Alexander and the gypsy, the priest and the Chessmaster go wherever the road leads.

 

Uncle Frits

Writer  Charles DeRykus
United States
Script Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 122
First-time Screenwriter

Venus at Midnight

Writer  Brian Berestecky
United States
Script Type: Short Script
Genres: Romance, Drama
Number of Pages: 10
First-time Screenwriter

A couple doomed to split reach the height of their troubles.

Shalefield

Writer  Mike Rogers
United States
Script Type: Short Script
Number of Pages: 15

A man teaches his son the value of family and farm while digging a foundation on their family plot.

Lions of the Sea

Writer  Jessi Thind
Canada
Script Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 120

Based on a true story of a chartered Japanese steamship carrying British subjects prevented from disembarking in Canada in 1914, Lions of the Sea re-creates the voyage of the Komagata Maru through the eyes of East Indian farmers forced, like thousands of others, to escape famine and poverty and search for prosperity.

 

Sendler's Children

Writer  Slavica Bogdanov
United States
Script Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 113

Inspired by the true story of Irena Sendler. A polish woman who risked everything to save 2500 children from the Warsaw ghetto during WWII.

The Sky Over Germany Darkens

Writer  Tom Cubano
Script Type: Screenplay
Genres:
Number of Pages: 98
Country of Origin: United States
First-time Screenwriter

Germany in the 1930s; a cautionary tale. Illustrates how the Nazis took power. Similar developments are taking place in our times in the administration of Donald Trump.

 

Selah Selam

Writer  Michael Vincent Montgomery
United States
Script Type: Short Script
Genres:Drama, Spiritual
Number of Pages: 39

A young woman is stabbed while praying near a Donald Trump rally, causing a media firestorm. Is this a hate crime based on gender, race, sexual identity, or all three? The victim, Selah Voss, is a natural leader who might inspire millions to overcome their differences. But there is one impossible thing she must do first: publicly forgive her attacker.

 

Burden Stone

Writer  William Ray, Chris and Emilee Danielson
United States
Script Type: Screenplay
Number of Pages: 120
First-time Screenwriter

Fired DJs find God's purpose for their lives on the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage across Spain to the supposed tomb of Saint James the Apostle

Ruth's

Writer  Chen Drachman

United States
Script Type: Short Script
Genres:  Drama, Family
Number of Pages: 13

Margo and Dan take their college students kids, Jordan and Lizzy to visit their grandmother, Ruth, at Aurora, Marion County, Oregon for Passover. Later that night after the Seder, when most everyone is asleep, Lizzy finds Ruth watching the midnight news where a story about Anne Frank’s death reveals that Anne Frank’s death wasn’t when it was believed to be for years. Lizzy then confesses to have known a related secret for years and Ruth is left with some explaining to do.


 

Santa Klawn

Writer  Jeffrey Lee DuPree
United States
Script Type: Screenplay
Genres:  Horror, Fantasty
Number of Pages: 94

Santa Klawn, son of Krampus, an evil clown God has a very different present for the naughtiest children on Christmas day.


 

The Man Who Whistled in the Mirror Aisle

Writer  Julian A. Leu
Romania
Script Type: Screenplay, Short Script
Number of Pages: 21
First-time Screenwrite

In a near-future dystopian society, where mentioning colours is prohibited and a general censorship of ideas and creative thought is upheld, a man is detained on suspicion of performing a now illegal activity. As he is questioned by two agents, the dual and illusive nature of truth comes into play.

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