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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Feature Film: 4 Letters and a Tale, by Dan Mimis

ACTORTitle: 4 Letters and a Tale

Written by: Dan Mimis

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: 4 Letters and a Tale is a tension-filled, fast-paced scaredy against a background of high adventure.

Logline: After opening the wrong letters, eight strangers end up in a deadly maze where they struggle to find their only way out — the right letter.

Paraphrasing Poe’s “a dream within a dream”, this script is a puzzle within a puzzle.





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Feature Film: Weeping Willow, by Michael Pallotta

ACTORTitle: Weeping Willow

Written by: Michael Pallotta

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: dark fantasy/Western

Logline: When a young bookworm, forced to become town sheriff faces a diabolical gunfighter, his dead sweetheart ’s spirit attempts to make him aware of the connection between a sinister figure on the gunfighter’s gun handle and an ancient Chinese proverb.





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Feature Film: Bommy!, by Boim Hwang

ACTORTitle: Bommy!

Written by: Boim Hwang

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Comedic Erotic Sci-fi

Logline: The monotonous life of a young, lonely, corporate man takes a new turn when a hyper-sexual female alien from Andromeda abducts him, volunteering to become his “significant” other.

WGA Registration Number: 1915780





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Feature Film: POSSESSED, by Earl Thompson

ACTORTitle: POSSESSED

Written by: Earl Thompson

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Crime, Thriller

Logline: After the cops failed to bring her killers to justice, a woman returns to avenge her own death, but first she must possess a dead ringer, someone who looks exactly like her when she was alive.





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Feature Film: Dead Ringer, by Raymond Warrillow

ACTORTitle: Dead Ringer

Written by: Raymond Warrillow

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Action, adventure.

Logline: Did Lee Harvey Oswald shoot JFK and police officer Tippit? The jury has been out for over fifty years. The jury has now finally returned. We all know that there were two shooters; one in the Texas School Book Depository Building and one on the grassy knoll. Dead Ringer explains how JFK was assassinated and how Lee Harvey Oswald was used as a patsy and how the secret service agents were involved. Read and be amazed.

This screenplay would make a fantastic film. It has already won the New York Screenplay Competition and is the Empire Award winner.





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Feature Film: Cold Blood, by Daniel Stephenson

ACTORTitle: Cold Blood

Written by: Daniel Stephenson

Type: FEATURE FILM

Genre: Action/Thriller

Logline: A group of friends on a weekend trip to Las Vegas find themselves caught up in a long standing feud between Native Americans and gangsters, after their helicopter is shot down in the Arizona desert during a tour of the Grand Canyon.

Synopsis
Four friends take a weekend trip to Las Vegas.
On arrival they explore the strip and old town enjoying the various hotels and attractions.

They encounter a number of strange and potentially dangerous characters, but the trip begins well.

The group decide to take the traditional helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon, but their trip takes a dramatic turn when their helicopter is shot at, and has to make a crash landing in the Arizona desert.

The pilot and one of the group are killed instantly, with the others badly hurt.

Two Native Americans come to the aid of the group, and take the survivors back to a nearby under construction roadside casino, where they were working at the time of the crash.
However, the group begin the suspect the Natives of shooting down their helicopter, and plot to take





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