Title of Story: Rigged
Written by: Alan J. Field
Logline: While working in a locked down safe house to prevent a horrific attack by a domestic terrorist group, a hardened FBI interrogator recovering from a head injury struggles with her unreliable fractured memories, until she discovers that it’s her manipulative colleagues, and not her memories, that are unreliable.
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Mid 24th century ushers in a new dark age in the wake of a collapsed utopia. The last survivor, a scientist, suffers from amnesia and hostile barbarians while trying to recover his memories and skills to restart civilization.
Writer Biography – Ian Tripp
Born and raised in Oakland, California, my writing is inspired by a need to process and work through the turbulence of my childhood, the chaos of the city I grew up in, and process the anxieties I feel about the dubious future of the human race. My writing serves me like a catharsis more than anything else, which I attempt to make entertaining and palatable to readers. I attended college in Oakland and Berkeley in the Peralta Community College District but I am primarily self-educated. I have spent the last 3+ years reading dozens and dozens of books on writing: everything from the Hero with a Thousand Faces to the Chicago Manual of Style, and much more. My determination is paying off; despite not having an English degree I have become a competent writer by my passion and sheer determination. Bloody Flowers was a quarter-finalist in the Low Light Pictures contest 2018, and a semi-finalist in the 100 Screenplays film festival 2019. I have also received high praise from Richard Walter, who said Bloody Flowers was entertaining, fun, and unique. I have 2 self-published novels on Amazon as well. I love writing, it has helped me out as a cathartic process to deal with life; if I can make a living out of it, all the better.
TITLE: Radio Silence
Written by: Fevrier H. Asuncion
Logline: After finding direction in his life, a young man is tasked by a woman from his past to find the ones responsible for her robbery. But things spiral out of control when they unearth a secret of revenge and deception.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery.
Type: Feature Screenplay
Title: THE BLACK SPARTACUS
Written by: VLADIMIR JEAN EDOUARD
Logline: Toussaint L’Ouverture, a born slave turned proud slave owner, must renounce his wealth and status in order to lead a revolution against the greatest military general of all time, Napoleon Bonaparte.
Genre: Historical, Drama, War
Type: Feature (the first of a trilogy)
Title: His Name is Jake
Author: Lula Johnson
Logline: Unaware of eyes in the dark, Jake and Lisa’s Night in the garden will turn into a nightmare they never saw coming.
Type: Feature Length Screenplay
WGA Registered Number: 1311114
Title : The 7th Sibling
Written by: Josephine A Latimer
A true story about a young girl running away from a dysfunctional family marrying an older neighbor who turns out to be a drug pusher.
Read summaries of the best FEATURE SCRIPTS of 2020.
Female Festival Feature Script: Snakehead, by Sophia Ciampaglia
Female Festival Feature Script: The Three Lives of Shirin Sohrabi, by Alexandra Kaucher
Feature Script: IN 2030, by Elizabeth Sinanan
LA Festival Feature Script: Secret Library, by Laurel King
LA Festival Feature Script: Silver Daze, by Rebecca Harvey
LA Festival Feature Film: 338, by Tiya Sowell
LA Festival Feature Script: I am the Fear, by Sandra Becerril Robledo
LA Festival Feature Film: Webo, by Harry Dean-Pritchard
LA Festival Feature Script: Tatu Frater Durum (aka 3 Bad Ass Brothers), by Max Highsmith
LA Festival Feature Film: STRAIGHT FLUSH by Theonymfi Kypriotaki
Feature Script: MEMEMORMEE, by K.C. Wilson
Feature Film: REASONS?, by Marjory E. Leposky
Feature Film: DEFARIOUS BLIGHT, by Doc Huss
Feature Film: FUNKY AUCTION, by Aleksandr Saltovskiy
Feature Film: OUTPOST, by Alistair McKenzie
Feature Script: RAINBOW COWBOY, by Leslie Bloom, Callum Trevitt, Todd Naylor
Feature Film: THE YOUNGEST DOUGHBOY, by Steve Sterling
Feature Script: GNAW, by Kathryn Kyker
Feature Film: SWEET OLD MAN, by Andrew Mescher
Feature Script: Identical DNA, by Todd Bronson
Feature Film: LEGACY, by William Petersen
Title of Story: Agent 00 vol. I
Written by: Ramona Lee Soo-Jun
Logline: “Almost 2000 years ago, during The Dragon Dynasty, an unstoppable ancient curse fell over the beautiful Princess Fei Yan. Her soul risks to remain trapped in time for decades, hundreds or even thousands of years, but young General Lai Ji vows to protect her with the Price of his Life. Along with Ju, The-Left-Handed-with-the-Right-Punch ― and Lu Lu, a young girl thief, they travel together a long way to the empire frontier.
In Hong Kong, 2015, Agents Eddy, Leo and Fei discover the secrets of The Triads. The police Chief, who took the blame for losing his first group of agents in the past, then decides to start the mission again after 20 years, counting on the good skills of his young agent, Eddy. The young pickpocket Li Li joins the team, becoming a skillful agent. Following KB’s trail, Eddy meets Tiger in the secret basements of the mobster’s building, risking to repeat the tragedy that happened 20 years ago, to the mission that was unmasked by KB.
The two parallel Worlds start to overlap when the Potion of Time comes back to life. The agents discover the possibility of reincarnation but without caring too much about this matter. While Eddy risks to disappear without a trace in the world of Triads, the princess again takes hold of the young general’s hand, who wandered thousands of years waiting for her.”
Genre: Martial-Arts-Action, Comedy, Drama.
Type: Novel and Feature Screenplay