Winning TV PILOT Reading of THE MYSTERIOUS LIFE OF MADELEINE by Eve Noel

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THE MYSTERIOUS LIFE OF MADELEINE TV Pilot
Written by Eve Noel
CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Kelci Stephenson
JW – Julian Ford
EVELYN – Mallory Palmer
ANDREAS – Kheon Clarke
ABDUL – Hugh Ritchie

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Adventure, Thriller, Fantasy, Horror

An archeologist finds out that she was born as a result of her mother’s encounter with a demon, which seeks to mate with her directly so that she bears a child from the demon as well.

Get to know the writer:

What is your TV Pilot screenplay about?

A woman’s surprising revelation about her past and her fight to save herself and humanity from a satanic Second Coming.

Why should this screenplay be made into a TV show?

The screenplay has long story lines and it can take you into Madeleine’s life after the revelation, into webs of future occurrences when Madeleine bears her own child, the rise of another Second…

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Best Scene Screenplay – UP FROM THE DEPTHS: THE RISE OF MEGALODON by William F Molnar

Fantasy/Sci-Fi FILM & WRITING FESTIVAL

Best Scene from the screenplay UP FROM THE DEPTHS – THE RISE OF MEGALODON Screenplay
Written by William Molnar

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Angela Cavallin
CAPTAIN HUGHES – Brian Carleton
DR. KIM – Noah Casey
STEVE – Chris Reid Geisler
DR. COLEMAN – Ucal Shillingford

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller

A giant, believed to be extinct, monster dinosaur killer shark called ‘Megalodon’ must come out of the depths of the ocean to find food. His destructive path around North America challenges modern technology to stop an appetite that is unprecedented!

Get to know the winning writer:

1. What is your screenplay about?

Up from the Depths -The Rise of Megalodon,” chronicles the deadly
path of a thought to be extinct killer prehistoric shark that must rise from the depths of the ocean to find
food. Megalodon’s destructive path around the America’s challenges modern technology to stop an
appetite that is unprecedented.

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FEATURE FILM: THE BASTARD SQUAD, by Sparky McLaughlin & Jack Snyder

ACTORTitle: The Bastard Squad

Written by: Sparky McLaughlin & Jack Snyder

Type: Feature Film

Genre: True Crime Story

Logline: “In this true story… A narcotics agent must expose that both the CIA and State Department are protecting a drug cartel financing the Dominican Republic presidential campaign, before they have him killed for revealing their ties.”

WGA Registration Number: 1817096





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FEATURE FILM: THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT, by Wilson Jackson

ACTORTitle: THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT

Written by: WILSON JACKSON

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Horror, mystery, thriller, action, and suspense.

Logline: Two lawyers have more in common than they know. They are both killers. One a serial and the other a supernatural. One kills by choice and the other unknowingly. Both are predators at night and their city is their prey.





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FEATURE FILM: PEOPLE MAKE PLANS, by Sheri Smith

ACTORTitle: People Make Plans

Written by: Sheri Smith

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Family, Dramedy

Logline: A spiritual and uniquely engaging woman living in Hawaii struggles to find answers plaguing her life in paradise as she makes tough decisions in ending her marriage, keeping up her business/income, and struggling with the failing health of her beloved German Shepherd. Then the lava threatens to cut off the community.

WGA Registration Number: 1856667





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FEATURE FILM: PRINCIPAL IN LOVE, by BARBER SESAY

ACTORTitle: PRINCIPAL IN LOVE

Written by: BARBER SESAY

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama

Logline: Melinda has just arrived from the United States. Her mission to her native country: to search for a guy she could love, marry and take back to America.

When she meets and loves John, the handsome high school boy, she
thinks her mission is complete, until she finds out that John has a girl, Francess, in his school whom he has been crazing for and chasing for long to love.

To gain John’s love, she must take his attention away from Francess at any cost. So she is devising a devilish plan to take over the school’s principalship which will surely give him an edge over Francess. Will she succeed?





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SHORT FILM: LUCKY BASTARD, by Scott Williamson

ACTORTitle: Lucky Bastard

Written by: Scott Williamson

Type: Short Film

Genre: Crime, Drama

Logline: “Lucky Bastard” is a crime drama in which an abusive drug dealer is buried alive and must race against time to survive, but soon discovers he can never escape his brutal past.



Australian Writers’ Guild (AWG) Registration Number: JB010857





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