Feature Script: Knotting Non Sense To Sense by Zizi Rincolisky

Title of Story: Knotting Non Sense To Sense

Written by: Zizi Rincolisky

Genre: Drama

Type: Feature Screenplay

Logline: An overweight boy grows up to become a Marine and learns the
true meaning of strength. A Muslim girl grows up and is forced to become
a man’s bride, over time she learns to become her own woman. After a
long Oddysee they finally meet to become lovers.

Feature Film: Welcome to Faulbrücke by Adam Edgington

Title of Story: Welcome to Faulbrücke

Written by: Adam Edgington

Logline: A young couple’s vacation takes a turn for the worse when they stumble upon a hidden evil lurking in the countryside.

Genre: Horror
Type: Feature Screenplay

Feature Film: Left for Dead at Nijmegen by Marcus A. Nannini

Title of Story: Left for Dead at Nijmegen, the True Story of an American Paratrooper in WW II.

Written by: Marcus A. Nannini

Genre: War

Feature Screenplay


Gene left his high school math class to find himself standing before Heinrich Himmler while surrounded by machine gun toting “SS” maniacs.

Feature Film: TO WALK AMONG WOLVES by Carol Hoffman


Written by: Carol Hoffman

Logline: A woman is caught in the middle of a rift between her emotionally unstable twin sister and authoritative husband.

Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA# PAu2-849-145

Feature Film: THE FIFTH FLOOR by Dan Ochwat

Written By: Dan Ochwat, based on the novel by Julie Oleszek

YA, Drama, Family, Biography

WGA#: 1969985

Inspired by a true story, a 17-year-old girl is hospitalized on the fifth floor (psychiatry) for starving herself. Through staff, patients and a romantic bond with another boy, she overcomes her disorder and the role she played in her younger sister’s death a decade ago.

Novel: All the Streets and Roads by Kathryn R. Cheuvront

All the Streets and Roads

Kathryn R. Cheuvront

Memories of childhood as seen through the eyes of a young girl and those around her, showcasing how one person’s perspective is developed and how situations can unknowingly be perceived differently.

Realistic Fiction, Drama