Logline: To save her old neighborhood from developers, a courageous female android enters a futuristic martial arts tournament.
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi, Sports
Umar – 8 – Ron Boyd
NARRATION – Hugh Ritchie
Liz – 217 – 16 – Jen Daniels
Tia – NG – 10 – Anne McMaster
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Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: Kyle Drier
Camera Op: Hugh Ritchie
This story is about young artists, their feelings and fantasies.
Screenplay, Short Script, Television Script, Other
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A MAN LIKE HER – Combines VICTOR VICTORIA and THE PROCDUCERS
Shaya is a Trans man finally established comfortably as a woman/actress in real life who must now portray a man for the star-maker role of life-time.
Kendra is all-woman but must now apply as Ken, a man, for the Producer, career-maker, dream-job opportunity of a life-time.
Together they make a hit and a name for themselves, but can they save face?
For all they’ve changed on the outside, who is inspired to change on the inside?
Their men, Ned and Alex were preparing to spring their own secret that would be the big change in their lives until their women man-up, and now what?
Leslie is wife of idiot Exec Producer and mother of Junior their lazy-ass son.
She’s the real brains of the company, but even she can’t seem to get Ken and Kendra in the same room at the same time.
If she figures out Kendra and Shaya’s desperate scheme for their one shot at a career-making big break, she could ruin everything.
-And what about Ken’s big belly? … Took 9 months to gain and 1 day to lose?
A MAN LIKE HER is about our evolving identity; the value of our work and the cost to our true self. Gender is not about sex, any more than sex is about love.
Logline: Can the will of good men alone stop the daemon, Lagos, from
becoming the new God of Destruction?
Genre: Fiction, fantasy, action, adventure, epic
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Genre: Science Fiction
For: Feature screenplay / mini-series
It was 1983
The world was pure
Cars navigated graciously through the air
Hologram cinemas re-played Pulp Fiction every Thursday night
YouTube Plaza just opened a new fast food chain, Johnny Rockets or something?
The people were excited again, the first time since WWIII ended in ’74
America finally got back on her feet.
Then it happened..
The digital age just crashed, permanently