French The king Jean Jewel and him Canadian friend Jim, they live in Quebec. In a Canadian hotel: Château Frontenac. Every day they solve their problems. Some problems of them come up to a comedic situation. Or to other situations.
King Jean Jewel: Manny Pacheco
Visual Design by Kimberly Villarruel
Produced by Matthew Toffolo
Title: Dante’s Paradise
Written by: Jon O’Neill & Carly Joseph
Logline: In Dante’s Paradise, a thriller, a renowned, egocentric forensic psychiatrist uses an elite assassin to find an unknown serial killer before anyone learns that the psychopath is his son.
Genre: Drama, thriller
Type: completed feature screenplay and one-hour pilot
WGA #’s: screenplay 1887449
Title of Story: The Unexpected
Written by: Melissa Diane Hudson
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Family
Type: Feature Screenplay
WGA Registration Number: WG2018957
Logline: “The Unexpected” is a thriller in which a self- righteous widow struggles to protect her beloved husband’s sacred heirloom from a ruthless adversary who wants to kill her and take the birthright.
by Christina Dalcher Warning: I can get over-excited with my blog posts and pull an Agatha Christie sort of “I will make you wait until the very end to see the take home message.” Here it is, up front: Ask agents offering you representation for at least three client references. Contact them. […]
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by Sue Coletta The dreaded synopsis. Anyone who’s chosen the traditional path into publishing know that these pesky buggers are enough to drive a writer to drink…literally. I have good news and bad. The good news is I’ve found a solution to help keep your liver intact. The bad, no matter how much […]
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Title: OMAR AND JIMMY
WRITTEN BY: PHIL NAIMAN
LOGLINE: OMAR AND JIMMY is a humorous animated short about a cat whose comfortable domestic life is changed with the arrival of a new puppy but his desire to have the puppy returned changes when he discovers the fate of rescue dogs.
GENRE: ANIMATION, FAMILY, COMEDY
TYPE: SHORT SCREENPLAY