Feature Film: Better Days, by Kevin Van Norren

TITLE:

Better Days

Romantic, Comedy, Drama

LOGLINE:

After losing his job a
man reluctant to accept adulthood tries to fix his broken relationship while balancing out a habit for drinking and bad decisions.

SYNOPSIS:

CONNER JAMES has excelled
in irresponsibility his whole life, but that doesn’t work out to well for him when he loses his job and his girlfriend. As he struggles with his fear of commitment and his tendency to drink too much he tries to get her back. Between his friends, regulars
at the bar and other trying circumstances things don’t go exactly as planned.

A more detailed synopsis
and a complete copy of the script can be provided upon request.

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Feature Film: Because it’s natural, by Prasad Babu Kanikalla

Title of the story: Because, it’s natural

Written by: Prasad Babu Kanikalla

Logline: A live-in gay couple and a live-in lesbian couple will become two straight couples.

Genre: Comedy, Romantic, and Gay

Type: Feature Screenplay

Feature Film: On the Corner of Eden and Grace, by Marsha Rosenzweig Pincus

On the Corner of Eden and Grace

Marsha Rosenzweig Pincus

Logline: During the 3 weeks between Apollo 11 and Woodstock, a 17 year old aspiring photographer risks her safety and sanity as she plots to get her boyfriend to Woodstock to save him from slipping into heroin addiction

Feature — Drama – History ( 1969)

Feature Screenplay

WGA WEST . 1947906

Feature Film: RUNAWAY SHIP, by Theodore Carl Soderberg

RUNAWAY SHIP

Written by Theodore Carl Soderberg

Logline: Think ships can’t travel on land? Think again. A recovering alcoholic is given a second chance on one of the world’s biggest commercial shipping vessels, but finds himself in charge of a runaway ship when a mysterious white cloud from a nuclear disaster disables the ship, Captain, and officers, sending the ship rocketing towards San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.

Genre: Action, Adventure

Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: WGA 1905310

Feature Script: THE THIRD DAY, by Teleah Moore

Title of Story: The Third Day

Written by: Teleah Moore

Logline: After the death of a rising star high school football player, a grief-stricken mother exposes the silent killer of young athletes while putting a strain on her marriage.

Genre: Family, Drama, Sports

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 2029438

Feature Script: Dream City, by Andrew S. Fisk

Title of Story: Dream City

Written by: Andrew S. Fisk

Logline: When a criminal gang from Dream City attacks her hometown, an eighteen-year girl from the Heartland
infiltrates them to get revenge. But she becomes loyal to the gang she wanted to destroy…and its charismatic leader.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Fantasy, Coming of Age

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 2028790

Feature Script: THREE TONYS, by Dale K. Pitman

Title: Three Tonys

Genre: Mob Rom-com

LOGLINE:

Trouble brews when a gender-transitioning Mob Don orders the Soldier he rescued from evil foster parents to take out the one person who can expose him, the Soldier’s long-lost biological father.

TAGLINE: (poster)

“Don’t be a Fredo… crime is a drag”

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