THE WANDERER, by Mark Hafner, Linda Lee, Geoffrey Reiter, Rachel Miller

C918750eaa posterLeo, a boy genius, takes no interest in family, friends, or any hobbies other than science and technology, until he receives a balloon. He takes the balloon wherever he goes. One day, this balloon flies into the sky, prompting Leo to chase it into space with his home-made rocket ship. As he travels from planet to planet, Leo discovers the promise-and the peril-of his love for invention. As he stumbles into an ancient conflict, he’ll need all his ingenuity to escape, but he’ll also need qualities he’s never yet learned: strength of character and care for other people. Can he grow in time to save himself…and perhaps the galaxy?

 

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Writer Biography – Mark Hafner, Linda Lee, Geoffrey Reiter, Rachel Miller

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Mark Hafner was born in El Paso, Texas. His passion growing up has been music and has recently developed a passion for film scoring. While pursuing his undergraduate degree in Music, Mark decided to minor in English and acquired an appreciation for literature. While composing his first album under the name, “Electrick Moss,” Mark Hafner developed the idea for his animation tv series called, “The Wanderer,” which is about a boy with superior intelligence who searches the universe for someone he cherishes only to find himself in an ancient conflict among the stars.

Feature Script: LACK OUT, by Nicolo’ Emanuele Passaro

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) ​

LA Festival Feature Film: STRAIGHT FLUSH by Theonymfi Kypriotaki

STRAIGHT FLUSH is a romantic drama focusing on a woman who is desperately trying to get out of the casino business. After receiving two degrees and desperate for money out of college, Ann Turner takes the first job she can find; a croupier at the Grand Cashino. Known for its “unique” crowd, Ann is constantly in the middle of drunken brawls, corruption and unwanted sexual advances. Her best friend, Brenda has begun to achieve everything Ann dreams of. Brenda has found a man she’s interested in and a new job taking her out of the casino gig. Brenda forces Ann to download a dating app so she can at least pick the pace up on her social life. From there, Ann meets Oliver and the two instantly hit it off. Oliver sees how hard Ann works just to live day to day and falls in love with her unrelenting urge to better her life. Ann is constantly applying to jobs, but is stalled in the process due to her schedule at work and potential employers rejecting her resume due to her lack of experience in the fields she desires. As the two become closer and form a relationship, Ann receives the news that her estranged Father has passed away. While Brenda takes care of their black cat, she stumbles across a letter that Ann has written to her deceased Mother. Beautifully written, Ann is telling her how she feels about her Father passing away. During her shift, Oliver pays a visit and comes across an interaction between Ann and a customer. He accuses her of being a prostitute that leads to the relationship falling apart. Not long after, Ann encounters a life threatening experience leading her quitting the casino. Ryan, who is romantically interested in Ann, happens to be at her workplace when everything escalates and offers his support. He gets her an interview at a Publisher’s office that leads to a happy ending of her publishing a book and being with Ryan.

Writer Biography – Theonymfi Kypriotaki

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I am a young and ambitious lady currently living in LA. I work on both sides of the camera as an actress, model, and a content creator. Versatility is my strength. I have a warm, engaging and approachable personality that adapts easily in all new environments backed up with loads of energy. I am an established commercial & promotional model with experience shooting for start-up businesses, brands and more. Acting is also one of my passions and I have participated in a variety of short & feature films. Always seeking new and exciting projects to work on.

For the past 12 years, I have generated hundreds of reports, letters, proposals, presentations, press releases and reviews in all aspects of business management, marketing, budget control, and inventory. This made me confident to pursue screenplay writing.

Feature Film: OUTPOST, by Alistair McKenzie

TITLE: Outpost

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)

Feature Film: LEGACY, by William Petersen

 
                                 L  E  G  A  C  Y 
    
                                                                     A Feature Film 
                                                                              By      
 
                                                                    William Petersen        
                                                                        02/07/2020 
 
 
          A cryptic and illusionary saga of courage and family honor, which spans two Kingdoms.          A sweeping shot of the Harvard University campus rings the alarm, and tells us we are at  the center of intellectual achievement and the pursuit of the ultimate truth in our lives…. A       shy, but brilliant student, Lachlan O’Malley, has just been accepted on a scholarship; he lives    a few blocks away and often runs to the safety of  St. Anthony’s Catholic Cathedral across. 
 
          the street from Harvard Square…. to write in his journal and escape the never-ending torment         of older men at Kennedy High School, where he is ridiculed and beaten on a weekly basis…
 
          In his dreamy, misty world of shadows… he is important…  loved…   a king in a magical and mystical dynasty….  There he will pen his first novel explaining his father’s disappearance!   
 
          (c) 2020 WGA, LA

Feature Film: RUNAWAY SHIP, by Theodore Carl Soderberg

RUNAWAY SHIP

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

Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: WGA 1905310

Feature Script: THREE TONYS, by Dale K. Pitman

Title: Three Tonys

Genre: Mob Rom-com

LOGLINE:

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.

TAGLINE: (poster)

“Don’t be a Fredo… crime is a drag”

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Feature Script: BREAKOUT HAVANA, by Victoria Donates

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

Feature Script: AN AMERICAN WOMAN, by William D. Schmidt, Ph.D.

Title of Story: An American Woman

Written by: William D. Schmidt, Ph.D.

Logline:

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.

Genre: Adventure

Type: Feature screenplay.

WGA Registration Number: 2026674

Feature Script: THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT FINCH, by Talisha Elger

Title of Story: There’s Something About Finch

Written by: Talisha Elger

Logline: Memories of a young boy’s past begin to surface when he witness a crime committed in a small town by two strange men.

Genre: Thriller, Crime, Drama

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: (if applicable)– 1894600