Title: Whiskey and Cigars
Written by C Tarun Arvind.
Logline: A group of characteristically different friends take a day off to indulge in whiskey and cigars and what happens under its influence.
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Type: Feature Screenplay (mid-length film)
TITLE: LACK OUT
WRITTEN BY: NICOLO’ EMANUELE PASSARO
LOGLINE: Art is a powerful tool that makes people dream or is able to destroy them. Mike’s story shows it fully; he didn’t have a happy adolescence: his parents’ violent divorce, a narcissistic and possessive girlfriend and few friends who really understand him. His willingness not to give up and Writing as his only true life companion has saved him and gave him an opportunity for redemption, but also, a tragic revenge against his past. What’s the real power of Art and Its implication into our real everyday life?
GENRE: FILM (Satire-Drama)
WRITTEN BY: Alistair McKenzie
LOGLINE: An experiment gone wrong leaves intergalactic pioneers at the mercy of a deadly entity.
GENRE: Science Fiction/Thriller
TYPE: Feature Film
LOC Registration Number: PAu 3-947-328 (Copyright)
Written by Theodore Carl Soderberg
Logline: Think ships can’t travel on land? Think again. A recovering alcoholic is given a second chance on one of the world’s biggest commercial shipping vessels, but finds himself in charge of a runaway ship when a mysterious white cloud from a nuclear disaster disables the ship, Captain, and officers, sending the ship rocketing towards San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
Genre: Action, Adventure
WGA Registration Number: WGA 1905310
Title: Three Tonys
Genre: Mob Rom-com
Trouble brews when a gender-transitioning Mob Don orders the Soldier he rescued from evil foster parents to take out the one person who can expose him, the Soldier’s long-lost biological father.
“Don’t be a Fredo… crime is a drag”
Title of story: “Breakout Havana”
Written by: Victoria Donates
Logline: After an opportunity to seek asylum at a nearby embassy presents itself, a young political dissident must stay one step ahead of an overzealous communist loyalist who wishes to keep her in Havana.
Type: Feature Screenplay
Title of Story: An American Woman
Written by: William D. Schmidt, Ph.D.
Who would believe that a woman who was initially won as a prize in a gambling game could rise to a position of universal admiration? This is a story of that unusual American woman, Sacajawea, and her significant contributions to an incredible Lewis and Clark journey to the west with a crew of men while caring for a newborn baby.
Type: Feature screenplay.
WGA Registration Number: 2026674