Video Pitch of the Feature Screenplay: Super Cash by Enrique O. Mayers

 

Title of Story:Supercash:The Crime Buster

Written by:Enrique O. Mayers

Logline: When an evil villain kidnaps. Arch City’s crime fighting superhero so he can focus on polluting the world for his own financial gain, His son must take his place to save the planet and rescue his father.

Genre: Action, Animation, Comedy, Drama, Family.

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number:1903042

Feature Film: Graceful Decline, by Guadalupe Yepes

E51a25ecd9 posterThe film dwells on the decline of Claudia (43), an aristocratic woman, during 1977, amidst the coup d’état in Argentina.
For years, Claudia has endured a violent relationship with her husband Carlos (55), a powerful businessman linked to the navy and to American entrepreneurs.
Their marriage falls apart, daily life becomes untenable and their sexual life turns frustrating, partly due to Carlos’ impotence.
Desperately trying to to get out of her bourgeois bubble and trapped in her desire for motherhood, Claudia will start a sexual and affectionate relationship with Gervasio (50), a horse-keeper, who has recently joined the equestrian club she frequents.
Hector (40), ship lieutenant, Carlos’ friend and business partner in some of his enterprises, becomes obsessed with Claudia. Upon Hector’s spying on Claudia, he discovers her affair with Gervasio and bribes her by sexually harassing her.
Terrified to lose his wife, Carlos will try to please Claudia by promising to help her become a mother, no matter what. With the help of Hector and without Claudia’s knowledge, Carlos decides to seize a baby who is about to be born in ESMA (army building, which served as a clandestine centre for detention, torture and extermination during the coup d’état).
Claudia unintentionally unfolds her husband’s arrangement, realizes the danger involved and tries to take refuge in Gervasio, who is not simply a horse-keeper, but an undercover member of the E.R.P. (Argentine guerrilla organization, of Trotskyist origin, who fought against the coup d’état). Gervasio is performing espionage on the military men who attend the equestrian club.
Mistakenly suspecting that Claudia is tricking him with Hector, Carlos sets a trap for them.
Now, Claudia must overcome the unravelling of a threatening future.

 

Writer Biography – Guadalupe Yepes

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Actress, producer, screenwriter and director

Currently she works as an actress. She also self-manages some of the projects in which she gets involved.
As an actress, she has completed her training in Argentina and the USA, where she lived for 18 years (New York and Los Angeles). She has worked in theater, film and television since 1991 in Argentina and the USA. Some of their credits include:
“Perfect Lover” (winner of the New York Film Festival); “Cop thief”; “EL marginal”, among others. With the short film “Recognition”, where she stars and produces, she has received four prizes as best leading actress at the following festivals: TMFF (USA), The Indie Fest (USA); Festicine Pehuajo (Argentina) and 12MF Festival (Romania). As a producer she has received the award for best production at the Madhouse Film Festival (USA).

As a screenwriter, he has co-written a feature film with Adrian Caetano, which is still unpublished.
She has study dramaturgy with Mauricio Kartun.
Has published an essay in the compilation “Actores y Actrices que escriben”, curated by Santiago Loza for the Encuentro Miradas de SAGAI.

http://www.guadalupeyepes.com

Short Film: ANDRE, by Michael Elliott

 Title: Andre

Written By: Michael Elliott

Logline: Raw tale of a prehistoric humanoid giant, whom, for centuries has served as humanity’s protector and also a gripping force for the greater of Earth’s environment. When he discovers a dark, long lost secret we’ve held back from him, there are even more coveted secrets about our own history that we unravel as HE unleashes a fury upon us no military can easily contained. HE is Andre.

Genre: Sci-Fi/Drama/Fantasy

Type: Short screenplay

 

 

 

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Feature Screenplay: The Plantation, by Luke Donnelly

Title of the Story: The Plantation

Written By: Luke Donnelly

Logline: A grieving plantation owner struggles to come to terms with his wife and son’s death, while defending his remaining family and slaves from encroaching White Supremacists that want to destroy his land.

Genre: Drama, Western, Action.

Type: Feature Screenplay

Writers Guild Canada Script Registration Number: S17-03157

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Feature Film: Dre’s Camelot, by Anthony Moore

ACTORTitle: Dre’s Camelot

Written by: Anthony Moore

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Adventure/Comedy

Logline: Ancient heroic spirits awaken in the bodies of a street gang in order to stop an arms dealer who’s about to start selling newly invented cold fusion bombs which would lead to World War III.





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Feature Film: Merek & Davino in the Lost World, by David Serra

ACTORTitle: The Druid, the Sword and the Raven (“1000: The Sword in the Stone” series, Episode #1)

Written by: David Serra

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Comedy/Fantasy/Adventure

Logline: Two dysfunctional men, on a fishing trip, wind up on an uncharted island where they must brave prehistoric creatures, carnivorous plants, and dangerous obstacles.





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Feature Film: The Druid, the Sword and the Raven (“1000: The Sword in the Stone” series, Episode #1), by Guido Maria Giordano

ACTORTitle: The Druid, the Sword and the Raven (“1000: The Sword in the Stone” series, Episode #1)

Written by: Guido Maria Giordano

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy, History.

Logline: The story of the genuine sword in the stone, set in Italy between the year 1000 and the year 1180. An adventurous and exciting journey through medieval Italy.

Comps The Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Potter, Wizard of OZ

Synopsis: Jack, a teen visiting Tuscany to see the genuine sword in the stone, sucked into a wormhole tackles a journey in the Middle Ages. The narrative begins with elderly Alferius, sent to Bavaria by Guaimario Prince of Salerno. During a violent storm Alferius meets an old Norwegian druid in exile, who tells how miraculously he escaped the sinking of a Viking fleet. The druid gives him a magic sword, a coin and a raven. Despite his best efforts, Alferius never reaches Bavaria because in Pavia he is arrested as a traitor and jailed in a castle. After nearly ten years, when he finally manages to find the Old Codex Amiatinus, he decides to start back. The second half of the film is set at the Amalfi Coast. In a tavern, four drunks gamble and tell what happened during last 150 years, from the secret journey of Eleanor of Aquitaine, to birth of Templars. Jack, now living Galgano’s life, is able to swing again his legendary sword, until one day he becomes saint, as he puts the sword in the stone.





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