Best Scene Screenplay of CORNFIELDS by Fernely Durand


Wendy – 1 – Georgia Grant
Sam – 3 – David Lapsley
Narration – Justin Hay
Rocky – 14 – Hartley O. Gyamfi
Beth – 14 – Esther Rogers

Log-line: Pull over to the right

Synopsis: It’s spring break and Beth wants visit LA where she plans to settle after college. Rocky on the other hand, planned to visit her biological parents who she coincidentally encounters upon checking into Hotel 9teen, traveling over the hills with a persuasive Beth this spring break. And, what do they say about strangers again? Oh yeah! DON’T TRUST THEM.

Genre: Sci-Fi

Type: Feature


Producer: Matthew Toffolo

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Camera Op: Mary Cox

Novel: LEGEND BLUES by R.F. Marazas

Title of Story: Legend Blues

Written by: R.F. Marazas

Logline: Legend Blues is a drama in which Brad Chance struggles to become a famous Jazz musician, while hiding his past and overcoming betrayals from friends, lovers, and enemies he’s made.

Genre: Drama

Type: Novel

Feature Film: THIRTY DAYS OF RED by Geraldine Solon and Anthony Guilianti

Title of Story: Thirty Days of Red

Written By: Geraldine Solon and Anthony Guilianti

Logline: A woman embraces a new identity after discovering her husband’s affair and plots her revenge over the course of thirty days.

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 1915264

Novel: SPIRIT OF THE AMAROQ by James Charles

Title of Story: Spirit of the Amaroq

Written by: James Charles

Logline: Pastor Jack Douglas suffers a great tragedy, resigns his ministry, and sets out on a journey across America and into Alaska to reassess his life and faith

Genre: Romance/Adventure/Native American

Type: Novel