Alex is a 19 year old university student and his room is Father Time. Yes that’s right he is the all knowing god of time. Together they get up to all sorts of crazy adventures.
As a young and aspiring writer I search for new ways to expand upon genres and create unique and intricate stories. As I writer I explore complex story lines that combine the conventions of each genre to create a unique story.
TITLE: ‘Max Granky Versus the World – Episode 1: Granky’s Law’
AUTHOR: Marcus Henry
LOGLINE: An obdurate old man reminisces on recent events in his life as he embarks on the first day of his retirement in a most unorthodox fashion .
GENRE: Black Comedy
TYPE: TV/web series pilot (short format: 10-15min episodes)
Title oF The Story; Bleeding LIes
Type: 60 minutes TV Pilot
Logline: A washed up divorced detective is forced into retirement until he finds out his estranged 15 years old daughter is missing and the police have no clues.
Title of Story: 23 cm
Written by: Mirel Valentin Coca
Logline: A renowned psychologist receive an unexpected chance to obtain redemption in 23 months.
Genre: Animation, Drama, Slice of Life, Comedy.
Type: TV series
Title of Story: Maui Kitty’s Play Day
Written by: Dr. S. Huss
Logline: Orphaned as a baby when his parents perished, 7 year old Maui Kitty is a fearless kitty, living on Maui Island, where he finds his magic/strength inside of him with the help of his magical watch and Aloha Spirit. Uplifting and rooted on the premise of Aloha Spirit, Maui Kitty’s Play Day is a love letter to the global viewership – a marriage of Hawaiian Mysteries, Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Culture, while utilizing STEAM Educational Components.
Genre: Adventure, Animation, Family, Musical, Mystery
Type: TV pilot
WGA Registration Number: 2041342
A Los Angeles native based in Tokyo, David Chester’s creative efforts in screenwriting and filmmaking richly reflect his bicultural experience. David’s brand is “female-driven drama with sharp humor.” He has written six commissioned screenplays (three produced to date, one currently on Netflix, one on Amazon Prime). All his original feature screenplays have placed as finalists in U.S. screenwriting competitions, especially “Big Sister,” a three-time finalist and first prize winner. David has also produced, written and/or directed four short films, most notably “The Lesson,” which won the Tokyo LGBT Film Festival “Grand Prix,” and the Torino GLBT Film Festival “Best Short Film.”
David’s writing has benefitted greatly from participation in Corey Mandell’s screenwriting workshops, Roadmap Writers’ Top Tier group for film and TV writing, and mentoring by writer/producer Ellen Sandler (“Everybody Loves Raymond”).
When David isn’t obsessing over the seven volumes of “Mad Men” scripts, you can find him hunched over his desk writing a screenplay or teleplay (or, more likely, rewriting them).
For more info visit: http://www.davidchester.com