Feature Film: WHERE KOMAINU CRY by Frank Baruch

Title: Where Komainu Cry.

Written: Frank Baruch.

Logline: To rescue their master from a well protected Japanese fortress, a group of samurai must test their honor and humility beyond the bounds of their code.

Genre: Action, Drama.

Type: Feature Screenplay.

Novel: GABRIEL’S FIRE by P.A. Brown

Title of Story: Gabriel’s Fire

Written by: P.A. Brown

Logline: When a rash encounter with a local gang banger results in a
woman’s death and the killers are acquitted, her son teams up with a
gay cop to avenge the brutal death at any price.

Genre: Gay Romantic Suspense

Type: novel

Pat Brown
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Having a soft heart in a hard world is courage, not weakness

Feature Film: THE FRUIT BRIGADE by Dea Divi

Title: The Fruit Brigade

Written by: Dea Divi

Logline: Food, wine, love, jealousy, and fruit are the topics as two talented chefs/friends face off against one another to be the best catering company in a TV show challenge; although mayhem ensues as friendships crumble and the prize could actually end up being true romance.

Genre: Romance Drama

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA: 1854167

Feature Film: Casting the Runes by Felice Picano

Title: Casting the Runes

By: Felice Picano

Logline: In a picturesque 19TH Century New England town two brothers and their friends –including the reclusive, American poet, Emily Dickinson – must battle a powerful and vengeful Demonologist who can control and kill using the spells of ancient Icelandic “Runes.”

Genre: Historical Sci-Fi/Horror screenplay based on a classic short story by M.R. James

WGA Registration # 1919814

Background: “Casting the Runes” is Felice Picano’s adaptation of a classic horror story by M.R.James published in 1914. This new version transposes the action from England to 1886 Northampton, Massachusetts and its surroundings. The period and place are that of sunny, perfect picture-postcard America–of ice cream parlors and horse-drawn fire-trucks,of Sunday band stand concerts and steam locomotives, of Temperance meetings and children playing with hoops. Science is just beginning and evil lurks behind the banana-curled school girls and Huck Finn boys.

Feature Film: One Over The Eight by Brock Young and Kirk Lansdon

Title of Story: One Over The Eight

Written by: Brock Young and Kirk Lansdon

Logline: Rachel faces life on her own terms after the loss of loved ones in her life. She is loved despite her unlovable ways and is totally misunderstood. All the while, she is trying to hide a terrible secret.

Genre: Drama

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 1778211

Feature Film: Samantha Rutledge PI, A Killer Case by Iannis Aliferis

Title of Story: Samantha Rutledge PI, A Killer Case.

Written by: Iannis Aliferis.

Logline:

It is the story of a bored and jaded female private-eye, who takes on another seemingly open and shut case of infidelity, only to put herself in grave danger when it turns out that the cheating spouse is in fact a professional killer.

Genre: Noir, Thriller.

Type: Feature Screenplay.

WGA Registration Number: 1853825.

Novel: The Illumination Query by Sarah Baethge

Title of Story: The Illumination Query

Written by: Sarah Baethge

Logline: Zookeeper Ronald Carpenter and Dr. Nigel Hunter come into contact with each other through their work for the Eclipse, and get caught up within the company’s testing and imprisoning of fantasy creatures.

Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi

Type: Novel

Novel: COME FIND ME by Mike Arsuaga

Title: COME FIND ME

Written by: Mike Arsuaga

Logline: A sequel to THE TIME MACHINE where Weena evades the Morlocks, survives the forest fire, and tells her story.

Genre: Science Fiction (Scientific Romance with a bit more romance and less science than the predecessor.)

Type: Novel

Feature Film: Dark Side of the Street by Niksa Maric

Title of Story: Dark Side of the Street

Written by: Niksa Maric

Logline: In a city where crime unstoppably grows and safety can no longer be guaranteed, eight ordinary people decides to organize and fight back.

Genre: Crime, Drama

Type: Feature Screenplay