Feature Film: YOU’VE GOT SCAM, by Brian Brockway

Title: You’ve Got Scam

Written by: Brian Brockway

Logline: When a “Captive Sri Lankan princess” sends an e-mail scam promising millions of dollars for her rescue, a long out-of-work junior exec is ready to delete it until he realizes it’s genuine.
Genre: Comedy, Action, Adventure, Buddy-film

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 1590770

Feature Film: BEYOND A DREAM, by Brian Brockway

Title of Story: Beyond a Dream

Written by: Brian Brockway

Logline: Recently deceased, a husband’s ghost returns to help his distraught widow get through her grief and persuades her to seek justice against the chemical company that caused his untimely death.

Genre: Drama, Romance, Supernatural/Fantasy, Family

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Resistration number: 1804900

Feature Film: Out in the Vineyard, by Brian Brockway

Title: Out in the Vineyard

Written by: Brian Brockway

Logline: When city dweller Sean inherits a remote farmhouse in wine country, he and boyfriend Patrick, envision a quick sale and fortune. The catch? Sean and Patrick must first live there for a year. They are soon thrown into a life of barn dances, wine making, crooked politicians and a town hiding a well-kept secret.

Genre: Comedy/Family

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration #: 1509080

Feature Film: Strong Style Story, by Wendell Darnell Mitchell, II

Title of Story: Strong Style Story

Written by: Wendell Darnell Mitchell, II

Logline: A former amateur MMA standout turned pro wrestler is tasked with convincing an undefeated former Pro MMA champ to return to the sport and main event a huge PPV event.

Genre: Sport

Type: Feature Film

Feature Film: THE DUTCHMAN, by Robert Morgan Callahan

Title of Story: “The Dutchman”

Written by: Robert Morgan Callahan

Logline: Note: Vietnam War is merely a backdrop; no politics or combat.

Wars are money pits for industrial complexes and governments; until now.

Meet Dutch, the new CEO; until innocents are caught in the middle.

Genre: Comedy

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: PAu 1-339-124

TV PILOT: Inside the World of Zoe Sander, by Suzanne Lutas

Title of story: Inside the World of Zoe Sander

Written by: Suzanne Lutas

Logline: When a kid becomes a trendy designer overnight, she must learn to navigate through the cut-throat world of fashion with only the help of her working-class single mom, and her imaginary friend, a talking magazine cut-out of her favorite supermodel.

Genre: Family, Comedy, Animation.

Type: Half-hour TV Pilot.

US Copyright.

TV Spec: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, by Anna Hotter & Michael Rodriguez

– WRITTEN BY: Anna Hotter & Michael Rodriguez (from the writing team MELLOWDRAMATIC)

– CITY AND COUNTRY: New York, New York, USA

– TITLE OF SCRIPT Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — “Kimmy Learns About Implicit Bias!”

– GENRE: TV Comedy

– TYPE OF SCRIPT (TV pilot, TV spec): TV Spec

Logline: When Kimmy experiences sexism at a tech conference, she begins to question her own unconscious biases. Meanwhile, Jacqueline battles a #MeToo scandal at work, and Titus tries to order coffee at Starbucks.

Winning Comedy Feature Screenplay – POOP MOVIE, by Byron Erwin

Comedy FESTIVAL

March 2018 WINNING Feature Screenplay!

Genre: Animation, Comedy

See the world from the Poop’s point of view as a cowardly outcast discovers his courage and bravery when he battles the evil Toilet Paper Empire in this animated action adventure.

CAST LIST:

Mr. Tee Pee: Daniel Cristofori
Lily: Emily Weir
Tootsie Roll: Brogan Caulfield
Narrator: Peter Nelson
Duke: Peter-Mark Raphael
Browneye: Neil Bennett
Floater: Regan Brown

Get to know the writer:

 1. What is your screenplay about?

See the world from the Poop’s point of view as a cowardly outcast discovers his courage and bravery when he battles the evil Toilet Paper Empire in this animated action adventure.

2. What genres does your screenplay fall under?

Comedy / animated adventure

3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

The laughter that it will bring to everyone that sees it!

4. How would you describe this script in two words?

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