Get to know writer Doris B. Gill:
1) What makes your story unique and also engaging?
This is a story of a Mother’s love and devotion.
2) Why does the world need to know about your story?
Inspiring, even today about not giving up.
3) What type of music do you see in your story if it was made into a movie?
Music true to the era.
4) What film have you seen the most in your life?
Some Like It Hot.
5) What artists would you love to work with?
A female like Jennifer Morrison and a male such as Christian Bale.
6) Other than writing and movies, what else are you passionate about?
Astrology, politics, swimming, gardening and reading great books like The Secret Of The Power, Pillars of The Earth and The Gift Of Rain.
7) Do you have a set writing routine?
I write when I can, with no set schedule. I love doing research which usually gives me ideas. I write when my characters talk to me or I hear snippets of conversation that I can reword. I’m always rewriting my scripts and find it exciting when I can say less and tell more.
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Title: MOTHER & SON
Written by: David Serra
Type: Feature Script
Genre: Apocalyptic, Survivor, Drama
LOGLINE: A mother and her autistic son are stuck in a bunker in a post-apocalyptic world after it was overrun by huge sea monsters. Things intensify when an injured woman soldier arrives.
This touches base with how far a mother would go to protect her child no matter what the odds whether it’s a mysterious soldier or a huge monster.
Written by: Danek Kaus, produced writer, based on novel of same name by Duncan Lloyd
Type: Feature Screenplay
LOGLINE: Teddy is a lonely and sexually obsessed teenager. One night the lovely Elena walks out from his bedroom closet and his dreams come true; but he soon learns that you must be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.
Title: TYPHOID MARY
Written by: Dolores Rogers
Type: Feature Script
Genre: Historical Fiction
Logline: In 1907, an Irish immigrant cook was deemed the first healthy carrier of typhoid in America. This is a sympathetic view of Mary Mallon, who was quarantined on a remote island for 26 years. She never believed she had typhoid.
WGA registration # 1668510
Title: GO LONG
Written by: James O. White
Type: FEATURE SCRIPT
Logline: An arrogant, self-centered football player, looking to play the hero role, changes a play in the huddle that knocks his team out of Super Bowl contention. He becomes a pariah and no team will hire him. His father, on borrowed time, wins the Power Ball jackpot and hatches a audacious plan to give his son one last shot at redemption.