LA Festival Feature Script: Acceptance, by Laurent Auclair

In the USA after a bad break-up, Sydneysider Michael meets Eve and agrees to join her in a road trip across the States to see the locations where his favourite movies have been filmed. The cathartic journey will allow them both to face their troubled past and to move on to a better future.

  • Script Type:
    Screenplay
  • Number of Pages:
    103
  • Country of Origin:
    Australia
  • Script Language:
    English

LA Festival Feature Script: Plight, by Ron Sandoval

In the aftermath of government and economic turmoil, a forgotten group of young men that face developmental disabilities, set out on an adventure of uncertainty from their isolated farmhouse after their sole caregiver dies.

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Short Script: The Joymaker, by Tara Grover Smith

Title of Story: The Joymaker

Written by: Tara Grover Smith

Logline: While Karen braces for her stepson’s return home from jail, she encounters her now homeless friend Joyce, a self-described ‘Joymaker,’ but Joyce is dying and doesn’t remember her.

Genre: Drama

Type: Short Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: U.S. Copyright 1-8016075001

Feature Script: Data Affect, by Michael Pejsach

Title of Story: Data Affect

Written by: Michael Pejsach

Logline:
Southern Ivy League university tenure-seeking professor hires a trusted introverted student to manage a CDC survey, then discovers that, for vengeance against his lovers parents, the student falsifies data claiming it was created by lovers brother.

Genre: Drama Mystery

Type: Feature Screenplay

© 2018 Michael Pejsach All Rights Reserved

Feature Script: CONTESTANT NUMBER 6, by Misty Manor

Log-line: A fed up club owner looking to permanently remove a down-and-out vagrant teenager from loitering on his property soon realizes that he has been in the presence of musical brilliance.

Set in Dallas Texas, the story is about a young musical genius, Peter Fisher who after experiencing a host of life altering tragic events, loses everything causing him to forfeit faith in himself and humanity. After realizing life on the streets is much harder than anticipated, Peter decides that he wants a fresh start in life choosing to refocus on his creative gifts. When Peter is approached outside of an upscale Piano Bar by the boisterous Club Owner Will Ringo, he is forced to leave the property. But when Peter realizes there is a big contest being held there, he pleads his case to perform, in turn offering the hasty owner a deal he himself cannot refuse. After being given the opportunity to showcase his musical brilliance before an audience. Peter a once dejected and overlooked vagrant, sends shockwaves to all who are a witness, opening doors that he could have never imagined.

Writer’s Notes:

We all have a story. And who we are in life should not always be defined by our external appearance.

For where we are in life is often times due to unanticipated and unfortunate events that are only temporary.

But what we do in this life for others ultimately defines who we are, rarely requiring a grand gesture, which tends to be the necessary component that restores faith and humanity permanently. Judging a book by its cover can be detrimental to our Dreams and our Dreamers.

This Inspirational Drama can be any one of us on any given day. It is a drama that can and will inspire those who are prone to judge prematurely, to perhaps give a second thought before doing so.

I graduated from Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Management. I am currently a proud Dallas Police Officer of 11 years who chooses to use her real life experiences not only to entertain, but as story lines to motivate and inspire all to be better human beings. The story of our lives is a detailed script written from our own decisions and actions. How it ends and who we impact, is solely dependent upon our negative or positive uses of them

Feature Script: The Forge, by Howard W. Robertson

The Forge by Howard W. Robertson

(Drama, History, Adventure, Western; Feature Screenplay; WGA 1987261)

Logline: Isaac McClure is caught between his mother’s Ehattesaht world and his father’s Scottish. Born at Fort Astoria in 1824, he conceals his Native American identity to come back over the Oregon trail in 1853. He becomes part of racist pioneer society, is outed by chance, and an intense peripeteia ensues.