Feature Script: THE 7TH BIBLING, by Josephine A. Latimer

Title : The 7th Sibling

Written by: Josephine A Latimer

Logline:

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.

Genre: Family/Drama

Top FEATURE SCREENPLAYS of February 2020

Read summaries of the best FEATURE SCRIPTS of 2020.

Female Festival Feature Script: Snakehead, by Sophia Ciampaglia
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/23/female-festival-feature-script-snakehead-by-sophia-ciampaglia/

Female Festival Feature Script: The Three Lives of Shirin Sohrabi, by Alexandra Kaucher
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/23/female-festival-feature-script-the-three-lives-of-shirin-sohrabi-by-alexandra-kaucher/

Feature Script: IN 2030, by Elizabeth Sinanan
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/23/feature-script-in-2030-by-elizabeth-sinanan/

LA Festival Feature Script: Secret Library, by Laurel King
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/la-festival-feature-script-secret-library-by-laurel-king/

LA Festival Feature Script: Silver Daze, by Rebecca Harvey
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/la-festival-feature-script-silver-daze-by-rebecca-harvey/

LA Festival Feature Film: 338, by Tiya Sowell
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/la-festival-feature-film-338-by-tiya-sowell/

LA Festival Feature Script: I am the Fear, by Sandra Becerril Robledo
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/la-festival-feature-script-i-am-the-fear-by-sandra-becerril-robledo/

LA Festival Feature Film: Webo, by Harry Dean-Pritchard
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-film-webo-by-harry-dean-pritchard/

LA Festival Feature Script: Tatu Frater Durum (aka 3 Bad Ass Brothers), by Max Highsmith
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-script-tatu-frater-durum-aka-3-bad-ass-brothers-by-max-highsmith/

LA Festival Feature Film: STRAIGHT FLUSH by Theonymfi Kypriotaki
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/la-festival-feature-film-straight-flush-by-theonymfi-kypriotaki/

Feature Script: MEMEMORMEE, by K.C. Wilson
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-script-mememormee-by-k-c-wilson/

Feature Film: REASONS?, by Marjory E. Leposky
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-film-reasons-by-marjory-e-leposky/

Feature Film: DEFARIOUS BLIGHT, by Doc Huss
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-film-defarious-blight-by-doc-huss/

Feature Film: FUNKY AUCTION, by Aleksandr Saltovskiy
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-film-funky-auction-by-aleksandr-saltovskiy/

Feature Film: OUTPOST, by Alistair McKenzie
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-film-outpost-by-alistair-mckenzie/

Feature Script: RAINBOW COWBOY, by Leslie Bloom, Callum Trevitt, Todd Naylor
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/22/feature-script-rainbow-cowboy-byleslie-bloom-callum-trevitt-todd-naylor/

Feature Film: THE YOUNGEST DOUGHBOY, by Steve Sterling
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/11/feature-film-the-youngest-doughboy-by-steve-sterling/

Feature Script: GNAW, by Kathryn Kyker
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/11/feature-script-gnaw-by-kathryn-kyker/

Feature Film: SWEET OLD MAN, by Andrew Mescher
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/11/feature-film-sweet-old-man-by-andrew-mescher/

Feature Script: Identical DNA, by Todd Bronson
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/11/feature-script-identical-dna-by-todd-bronson/

Feature Film: LEGACY, by William Petersen
https://storypitches.com/2020/02/11/feature-film-legacy-by-william-petersen/

Novel/Feature Script: Agent 00 vol. I, by: Ramona Lee Soo-Jun

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

1st Scene Feature Script: The Passing Play, by Firat Ersen

Humanity is using alternative ways to decide whether humans should leave earth for good. The answer will be as hard as the question which no one was prepared for.

  • Script Type:
    Screenplay
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Mystery
  • Number of Pages:
    81
  • Country of Origin:
    Netherlands
  • Script Language:
    English

LA Festival Feature Script: Adam and E.V.E., by Malcolm Carter

In 2050, during a revolution, a government secret agent must protect a young girl who could ultimately end civilization or save the world, only one problem, she only speaks in hip hop lyrics.

  • Script Type:
    Screenplay
  • Number of Pages:
    104
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Script Language:
    English

LA Festival Short Script: ALL THIS DEATH, by Kerry E. Wagner

420631d50c posterRebellious drifter, Eric Payson, is proud of his family’s name no matter their reputation. At 5, he witnessed his father’s demise on the front steps of his grandparent’s house. In his teens, he endured the unsolved murders of his notorious grandfather and younger brother. Now he inherits the responsibility to maintain the property and carry out the family’s legacy. Eric soon learns preserving the land is one thing but cherishing the memories, is something all together different.

Writer Biography – Kerry E. Wagner
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Kerry E. Wagner is a pioneering filmmaker whose artistic work explores the crux of the human condition—relationship with self and others—and the materiality of personal power and accountability. His paradoxical perspective is multifaceted, entertaining and challenging to viewers with relatable stories, piercing wit, and climactic artistry. He is a native Houstonian with a diverse blend of experience across a range of artistic media and successful creative projects. An advocate of artistic freedom, Wagner is known for his creative defiance, impudence, and radical adaptation of prevailing aesthetic traditions; for creating a distinctive catalogue of inventive work that regales and conveys penetrating socio-relational commentaries; and for manifesting the value of storytelling. Most recently, he studied screenplay writing at The Screenplay Workshop and motion picture production at KD Conservatory: College of Film and Dramatic Arts.
Originally from Houston, Texas, Kerry has been working in the entertainment industry in some form or fashion practically for more than 30 years. His journey began on a Hip Hop music label, being featured and performing with several national recording artist(From Willie D of the Geto Boyz to Ice Cube of N.W.A.). That led to writing and self publishing his own Amazon top sellers fictional works to numerous screenwriting workshops(Jill Chamberlain’s Master Class Alumnist) to earning his degree in Associates of Applied Arts in Motion Picture Production in 2018 (KD Conservatory College of Film and Dramatic Arts). He’s studied acting improvisation while residing New York. Hosted literary events in Seattle, Cincinatti, Atlanta, Houston, Louisiana, Ohio. Most recently he’s worked in Dallas/Ft.Worth as Set 1st A.D. He went on to write, produce and Direct several of his own shorts. The latest, “A REAL MAN” (2018) Kerry also was the brainchild of the first Self Publishing event for authors of it’s kind in the U.S, held twice a year for 3 consecutive years consisting mostly of volunteers coming together from around the country. (Wagfest Litertainment)in 2007 -2010. This allowed Kerry to master the skill of internet marketing and developing internet communities. A testament to another required industry skill he’s learn to master… resourcefulness.

Writer Statement

This is the result of conflicts, release and peace but in this case, some things are meant to be just that, memories. And sometimes even those need to be left alone.

The idea of this project developed after book club members became intrigued with the trailer, I produced for one of my novels. In film school, I experimented with it as an assignment and it seemed to captivate classmates as well. The history runs much deeper and is relative to my own father’s attempted murder on the evening I was finally going to meet him in person.

I believe it has social impact because adult males, African American particularly, suffer with deep conflicts, due to emotional traumas experienced in childhood.

I believe I can bring unique characters, subtext and clever dialogue filler to the table of screenwriting. I am a fan of “less dialogue more action” and good transitions. My mind is on autopilot, having studied extensively in screenwriting before earning my degree in motion picture production. I am obsessed with mastering both my own unique writing and directing skills, eventually of course. It is my desire to bring an epic minded approach, presentation and delivery to a story that may or may not have been told. To paraphrase Wynn Handman, ” Styles may change, but the truth remains the same”.

My influences vary but I’m a student of Martin Scorsese. We share an interest in the same types of gritty dramas. Coming from a tough neighborhood, I believe I share his flair for seducing an audience with that dangerous charm that disarms readers/viewers.

My hope is that my writing seduces patience from you. It dawned on you. You read it but didn’t give up because you knew in your soul you were missing something. You knew to hang on because if it’s Kerry E. Wagner, there’s a banana in the tail pipe just waiting. You’re prepared yet it’s going to explode when you least expect it but you won’t mind because it’s always worth it. I hope to brand myself with my audience that way. That would be the best compliment to my legacy.

Humbly,
Kerry E. Wagner