LGBT Festival Feature Script: Timber and Rawhide, by Danielle Wolff

The true legend of Timber Kate and Bella Rawhide, whose ghosts still haunt the streets of the old west towns where they performed as showgirls and lived as secret lovers until a love triangle threatened to destroy the life they’d built.


Writer – Danielle Wolff
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Female Festival TV Script: CHASING CHAOS, by Mary Anthony

F850ad05af posterPenny and Damien seem to be the odd couple for the world, but both are successful in their respective fields. Penny has a child-like attitude and Damien is known to pull off interesting pranks on her from time to time. She never gets annoyed with his enthusiasm, but Damien, sometimes loses his cool over her childish behaviour. They both set out on their annual vacation to their cabin in the Seven Hills. A picturesque place nestled away from the bustling city, tragedy strikes while they are on the way. Damien goes missing; Penny feels it’s one of his sick pranks he had pulled off before Christmas. Penny winds up at their cabin alone hoping to see Damien in the morning.
A series of strange events unfold before her as she starts to feel that Damien is indeed missing. She comes across a cult which practice forms of hypnosis, divinations and morbid rituals in the woods. While they seem to be friendly and aid her in finding her husband she keeps losing track of time due to amnesia like condition. There is also a constant voice in her head that commands her to do things and appears to be her spiritual guide. While she tries to figure out her conscious and subconscious mind the cult grows increasingly mysterious.

Writer Biography – Mary Anthony

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Mary Anthony has graduated in Economics and Master in Business (HR) from Pune University. She has also acquired Freelance Journalist degree from All India Freelance Journalist Association.

She has worked as Content creator in various corporate organisations, at present she is a Freelance Journalist with Dhruva News and Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger with her own fashion blog RazziStyl. She also writes for various brands and media houses. Her recent being contributions to the Saregama Pvt. Ltd Youtube Channel for their section Storiyaan.

She has also forayed into script writing and directing, her debut short film Makeup has been released on Youtube last year. She has written and directed the short film under her banner Morart Films. It has been featured in India’s number one short films channel Six Sigma Films.

She is debuting into the writing world with her first novel Chasing Echoes. The title represents the main protagonist Penny, who is oscillating between reality and moments of amnesia after the tragic disappearance of her husband. She hears voices in her head and does not know who to trust in real life. This forms the basis of her thrilling psychological journey.

Female Festival Short Script: 8 hours, by Chibueze Okeke

983a466c56 posterThe story involves origin of first gambler/game/betting started in remote community, every family problems, animals fighting, youth fighting, village wrestling were turned into a gamble by few elders. Extend they have to gamble with their families happiness, one of the gamblers bet game that cost mostly his son’s life and family happiness, doing what ever it will take to win, he rejected his son’s marriage with a lady he pregnanted so to win the bet, he sent his son out of the country, after trials and problems from opposition, he won the bet and after many years, the son becomes a man with two daughters and has lost his wife, now to reconcerned with the first woman and her male child he pregnanted during their youthful age and the same lady whom his father refused their marriage to enable him to win the bet……. Another game, or gamble has to be introduced to win the woman heart and son back to his family…… It is very interesting story and still there are alot of interesting parts of the story that I didn’t touch light, and I still have Alot in my brain to compose.


Writer Biography – Chibueze Okeke

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I, Okeke Chibueze born in 1985, from Umuriam Nawfia Anambra state Njikoka Local Government Area Nigeria. I studied mechanical engineering and graduated in 2013, I have participated in few movies in Nigeria Which one of them is Okara OKu, though my goal has always being writing scripts, I started writing during my years in college, it all started like a play, when few of my friends then were into music writing and singing and one day I walked to one of them, he covered his write up and I was surprised what he was covering and later I found out by someone he is composing a sort of story so I started my own writing, though Alot of mistakes were there and I am still perfecting myself to be the best, that is my goal, to be the best


Writer Statement


With God’s creative and idea in me, I am the best of bests

1st Scene Feature Script: The Passing Play, by Firat Ersen

Humanity is using alternative ways to decide whether humans should leave earth for good. The answer will be as hard as the question which no one was prepared for.

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1st Scene Short Script: Bears and Trees, by Reza Shahriari

In a mystery forest, a ranger is in love with a woman who has metamorphosed into a tree. The ranger’s romance with the tree is overshadowed by the presence of hunters and illegal loggers. The ranger in our story is neither the first nor the last one to get caught in the crosshairs of poachers.

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    Short Script
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    English, Persian

1st Scene Festival Short Script: The Method, by Jill Robi

Unsure of who he is or who he was, an actor slowly evolves into a character he plays,

Writer Biography – Jill Robi

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Jill Robi is a writer, speaker and film journalist from Chicago. She is working on her fourth novel and has written many articles across the internet on Blackness, Black womanhood, and one of her greatest passions: film and television. You can learn more about Jill’s work here: and

LA Festival Feature Script: ABANDONWITCH, by Sarah K Watson

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Flowers will bleed before they bloom.


Anthropology Professor Taia Potehe discovers artefacts from a strange offshore island linking him with mysterious 17th century Scottish woman Heather who according to folklore, was exiled there after it was discovered she had illegitimate relations with a Scottish nobleman, Jacobite links and was tried for witchcraft.

Heather returns as a spirit assisting Taia to solve her mystery as he contends with rigid academic constraints and a dangerous psychopath that stalks his lover Lucy.

The artefacts possession become a question of speculative ownership as Taia struggles to subdue their dangerous powers amidst his personal crisis. Returning to the island he finds Heather’s remains, allowing her to cross into the afterworld.

AbandonWitch is a story of hopelessness, revenge, love, and inspires the mystery of folklore narratives.

Writer – Sarah K Watson