March 2019 – TOP SHORT FILM Screenplays

Read the best SHORT FILM SCREENPLAY Loglines for March 2019:

Short Screenplay: BARCODE, by HÜSEYİN URÇUK

Short Screenplay: deadhead, by Hoodeh Vakili

Short Screenplay: DEADLINE, by Chiquita Dennie

Short Screenplay: Knight of the Kolossos, by Jeremy Storey

Short Screenplay: ELEPHANT GERALD, by Eileen Wilson

Short Screenplay: A PLACE FOR MIKE, by Rodrigo Zafra Toffolo

March 2019 – TOP TV PILOT Screenplays

Read the best TV PILOT Loglines for March 2019:

TV SHOW: Z, by Jose Padilha

TV SHOW: Sorting Homegrown Issues in Therapy (SH*T)/Committed(?), by Tanishtha Dasgupta

TV SHOW: Conscious, by Jamaal Williams

TV SHOW: SMITTY, by Jason Holland

TV SHOW: Penelope Pan Syndrome, by Joe Leone

TV SHOW: C.E.O., by Curtis Ellison Jr.

TV SHOW: We, The People, by Vlad Edouard

TV SHOW: Drive-Time, by Jayson Johnson, David Ballard

TV SHOW: Student Body, by Charles Niagne

TV SHOW: Coexist, by Steve Masihoroe

TV SHOW: Genesis, by Nate Zegue

TV SHOW: The Love Meeting, by Pascal Adam

TV SHOW: The Man Who Sold the World, by Sepehr Golmakani

March 2019 – TOP FEATURE FILM Screenplays

Read the best FEATURE SCRIPT Loglines for March 2019:

Feature Film: MILENA, by Martyn Wells

Feature Film: The king of light the order of the dark gods, by Federico Carro

Feature Film: LOVE CHILD, by Kimberly Sturgell
Feature Film: SOMETHING IN COMMON, by Robert Cox

Feature Film: THE WAY WE WERE, by Rome Imari Mubarak

Feature Film: BLOOD IN THE WATER, by Patrick Bond

Feature Film: THE ABCs, by Monica Trausch

Feature Script: The Kingdom of Heaven is Within, by Chris Ramlochan

Feature Film: Dutchess County (An Early American Tale), by Michael Martin De Sapio

Feature Film: MY FAVORITE PERVERT by Samuel Zehr

Feature Film: The Magnificent Mid-Century Met by Nicole De Sapio

Feature Film: BELIEF by John F. Daly

Feature Film: GLOBAL CONTRACT by Dennis Paul

Feature Film: RED TUESDAYS by H.W. Pudding

Short Screenplay: BARCODE, by HÜSEYİN URÇUK

Db5f4e3f92 posterA critical point of view of a story about a wooden mankin that represents the masses of individuals in our days, who live according to the motto “Use-Consume-throw away”
In a time where humanistic values are exposed to erosion, where objects and items dominate our consume society the human being becomes a ware too. The masses of individuals who live according the motto “Use-Consume-throw away” represented by the wooden mankin, live a life, that only makes sense when consuming because every day is a repeat of the day before. The film “Barcode” wants to show how the mankin becomes a slave of the system believing that consuming and freedom are equivalent and how he turns into the piece of waste that is the only product of a consume society.

Writer Biography – HÜSEYİN URÇUK

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Hüseyin URÇUK was born in Manisa, Akhisar in 1983. Throughout university, he directed and acted in theater performances and participated in poetry nights.
In 2012 he began experimenting with cinema and photography.
He lives in Fethiye, Muğla where he continues to produce innovative performance art.

TV SHOW: Z, by Jose Padilha

9ba6541133 posterThe wonderful images of the Iguazu National Park, its fauna and flora, the Iguazu Falls and the Devil’s Throat, are transformed into a desolate environment, an apocalyptic world, in an exciting story of love, hate, adventure, suspense, and horror.
An unsuccessful experience with the rabies virus starts a contagion and an unprecedented pandemic, turning humans into violent zombies.
Using as part of the scenario, the human anthill’s labyrinths of “Ciudad del Este” in Paraguay, and the borderland of Foz do Iguazu in Brazil, a chaotic world which emerges from irrational businessmen’s ambitions from international corporations.
A consortium of international companies led by Vital Import Corp.’s funds research of chemical weapons made in a clandestine laboratory in Lai Lai Shopping Center’s underground, in Paraguay.
The survivors, unknown until then, are trapped in an abandoned market. The relationship between them reveals internal conflicts, destabilizing the fragile physical and psychological structures of the new market inhabitants.
The inner and outer logic, good and evil, places to the test their concepts, forcing them to discuss and re-evaluate their ethical and moral conduct, while a scary and dangerous universe is formed outside the market.
A horde of ferocious and hungry zombies approaches and surrounds the market on every side.
A powerful metaphor of our time, where religious and political intolerance is about to reveal a fissure in society.


Writer Biography – Jose Padilha

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Jose Padilha is an award-winning screenwriter in Hollywood.

Award Nominated / Winner in 79 International Festivals (40 in US, 23 in Los Angeles).

Wrote the scripts:

“Lilith The Vampire” selected and awarded at 51 international festivals (31 in US, 20 in Los Angeles);

“Z” selected and awarded at 16 festivals in the world;

“And I Will Love You All of Forever, and Even After” selected and awarded at 7 festivals in the world;

“…For Mothers and Children…” selected and awarded at 5 festivals in the world;

Jose Padilha is Bachelor in Performing Arts – Theatre Directing (1999); He is a postgraduate in Underground Cinema and Low Budget Productions (2004) and also in Production and Documentary Directing (2007), with more than 50 extracurricular courses and workshops in these areas: film, television and drama. Producer and Director of the following documentaries: “El Titiritero de Banfield” (2007), “O Samurai de Curitiba” (2011) .

He was the producer of the 12th Film and Human Rights Festival held in december, 2018 (Brazil).

Currently he is screenwriter and director the movie projects:

“Lilith The Vampire”, “Killer Joker”, “Z”, “And I Will Love You All of Forever, and Even After”, “…For Mothers and Children…”,  “The Demon Candle”, “Night of Aliens”, “The Frogs Song”, “Love”, “Project A”, “Rain”, “Real Life”, “Apocalipse 8:12”, “100 Days More”, “Paradise Island”, “Asylum”, “20 Cents Revolution”, “April, 29”, “Somos Todos Pinheirinho” and coordinates the creative core of Moinhos de Vento Filmes and Extremum Produções Culturais.

Short Screenplay: deadhead, by Hoodeh Vakili

Ab56706d83 posterA young man suicides in front of the people who are at the bus stop and this scene cuts sequentially into scenes in a theater.


Writer Biography – hoodeh vakili

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Hoodeh was born in Tehran in 1983. She studied Persian literature as her major during bachelor and master university courses. She has worked as a scriptwriter for children in the radio for one year. she has published two books. a novel and a collection of poetry. she also collaborated with literary journals and sites in writing literary criticism and reviews.
She loves kids, literature and cinema and always wished to portray her writings.