LA Festival Short Script: ECÛC, by Bager Kaya

The industrialized city of Babylon, A man, last member of a species only 50 cm tall who His father died thousands of years ago and is now in the last days of his life, expects his father to keep his promise, take him to the star kingdom.

  • Script Type:
    Short Script
  • Number of Pages:
    9
  • Country of Origin:
    Turkey
  • Script Language:
    English

LGBT Festival Feature Film: Dead Heir, by David Emanuel

Eight people from different walks of life find themselves competing against one another on a new reality show called No Place Like Home, where competitors must live together under one roof for a chance to inherit the estate of an aging business tycoon. As friendships collapse and tensions build, a series of mysterious events lead the housemates to believe that the contest is far more than what it seems. The contestants must then tread the line between competing against each other in challenges to avoid being evicted while working together to unravel the mysteries of the estate and its enigmatic owner.

  • Script Type:
    Screenplay
  • Genres:
    comedy
  • Number of Pages:
    100
  • Country of Origin:
    Canada
  • Script Language:
    English

LGBT Festival Feature Script: The Recapitulation of Gentry, by Dionne Dominique

Young girl, law protege gets abducted and recapitulates to survive her present demise.

  • Script Type:
    Screenplay
  • Genres:
    Suspense, Comedy, Love
  • Number of Pages:
    94
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Script Language:
    English

LGBT Festival TV SHOW: Breadcrumbs, by Casara Clark

Ca756fca0b posterA female-driven MEMENTO meets UNREAL about a woman with 15 years of missing memory who can either accept a new picture-perfect life (as wrong as it feels) or follow the breadcrumbs towards something new and provoke the demons she can’t remember.

Writer – Casara Clark

Novel: 30 Days a Black Man, by Bill Steigerwald

30 Days a Black Man

by Bill Steigerwald

The Forgotten Story of Two Brave

Men Who Helped End Jim Crow

In 1948 a daring white newspaperman from Pittsburgh disguises himself as a black man and goes undercover for a month in the Jim Crow South. What he sees makes him ashamed to be an American. What he writes wakes up the whole country. What he and the brilliant black leader who protected him from the KKK did strikes an important early blow against America’s apartheid. A true story.

Feature Script: LIFE NEXT DOOR, by Red Rojo & Elad Gitelmakher

Title: “Life Next Door”.

Written by: Red Rojo & Elad Gitelmakher.

Logline: “Life Next Door” is a dark drama about Odelia, a dysfunctional mom, her outcast daughter Daniel, and their slutty neighbour Sharon, who’s trying to navigate Daniel through destructive life choices while switching positions with Odelia.

Genre: Drama.

Type: Feature screenplay.

Feature Film: LAST SUMMER, by Sahar Itani

Title of Story: Last Summer

Written by: Sahar Itani (nickname: Aurora SI)

Logline:
Four friends united back again after a year from accidentally running over a pedestrian in the highway when one of them received a letter to remind them about their crime.

Genre: Thriller/Suspence

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 2013037

Feature Script: The UnJust, by Scott Cahill

Title of Story: The UnJust

Written by: Scott Cahill

Logline: In an endless war against the ruthless drug cartels, sometimes the greatest danger lies from within. A maverick DEA agent wages a vicious battle for revenge and redemption on the streets of Los Angeles and Guadalajara.

Genre: Action, Crime, Drama

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: CV10120

Novel:  Journey Forward One Step at a Time, by Laura E. O’Shea

Title of Story:  Journey Forward

One Step at a Time

Written by:  Laura E. O’Shea

Logline:

“Journey Forward One Step at a Time” is a work of fiction in which Lucia struggles to find hope. Lucia’s friends convinced her to leave her family to stop Lucia’s father from sexually assaulting her; she finds a chosen family with friends in a small LGBTQ+ community and when those friendships are lost Lucia questions who she is.

~ Laura E. O’Shea

Genre: Fiction, New Adult, LGBTQ+

Type: Novel

WGA Registration Number: Not applicable

Website: www.lauraeoshea.ca

Purchase Site: https://www.amazon.ca/Journey-Forward-One-Step-Time/dp/0228811643/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=journey+forward+one+step&qid=1563854495&s=gateway&sr=8-1