LA Festival Short Script: Family of Eight on the Orient Express, by GM Matheny

True and funny story of a missionary family on a train for seven days from Portugal to Romania. Project Links  Website Writer Biography – GM Matheny GM Matheny was a navy diver on the nuclear submarine USS Halibut SSN 587 and received the Legion of Merit for a special operation. He graduated from Pacific Coast Baptist… Continue reading LA Festival Short Script: Family of Eight on the Orient Express, by GM Matheny

LA Festival Short Script: I Need a Sixer!, by Jesse Mattson, Steve Weber

A small town Local, who owns and operates his own Ghost Hunting company, gets wrapped up in an actual haunting when he investigates a friend’s home. Writer Biography – Jesse Mattson, Steve Weber Jesse Mattson and Steve Weber won the Society of Professional Journalist 2010 Mark of Excellence National Award for their winning documentary “The War… Continue reading LA Festival Short Script: I Need a Sixer!, by Jesse Mattson, Steve Weber

Short Story: The Boy They Call Wonderful Wellington, by Frank Ejere

STORY TITLE: The Boy They Call Wonderful Wellington WRITER: Frank Ejere LOGLINE: An overprotective father forms different personalities and concocts unmistakable tactics to ward off the intrusion of a weird boy next door into the lives of his curious daughters who are taken with his extraordinary abilities. GENRE: Family-friendly Film TYPE: Short Story

Short Story: The Chance, by Deep Rajvansh

Title of Story: ‘The chance’ Written by: Deep Rajvansh Logline: Emmy & Mac was happily married couple with a daughter. Both were working together in the same office. Their married life spoiled within few years & they have decided to live separately. A reality show became a Baraka of their life when they decided to… Continue reading Short Story: The Chance, by Deep Rajvansh