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
Title of Story: ‘The chance’
Written by: Deep Rajvansh
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 take part in the show.
Type: Short Story
Title of story: The Writer’s Block
Written by: Sonya Marshall
Type: Short screenplay
Logline: Asa Merryman hopes to one day set the right tone in his life by overcoming what he believes to be a serious malfunction in his line of work: Writer’s block.
Title of Story: ECHO OF THE INNOCENCE
Written by: Huda Tariq
Logline: A FATHER WITH NO FATHERSOUL WITH FOUR BLESSED DAUGHTERS, A BLESSED WIFE, AND A ONLY SON BUT STILL NOT ENOUGH FOR SUCH A FATHER many disguises OF A BLESSING.
Genre: Drama, Family, True story
Type: Short Story, Essay, Non-fiction
Title: Hair Trigger
Logline: A female gunslinger returns to her hometown seeking justice, only to crash into a statute of limitations.
Type: Short story
Title of Story: The Big Day
Written by: Denise Phillips
Logline: A snail’s journey through an English historical town is hindered by a rather prestigious couples’ big day.
Genre: Adventure, Animation, Fanstasy, Family
Type: Short Story
This Mornings Dream
By Roman Blat
In my dream I was in Puerto Rico, and I got threatened and punked in a most casual yet deadly way by some drug Kingpin. It was unpleasant but I did not push back. I was certain, I would be shot on the spot. I calmly and sturdily acknowledged his treat and told him I will see myself out. And so I did.