Title of Story: Middle Point
Written by: Ngozi-Y’ileese
Logline: Now that Homicide Detective Smith has perfected her crime scene
psychic ability, solving new and cold cases has become a glorified
skill. When she realizes a fellow officer is responsible for a string of
murders, she faces the biggest case, as well as conflict, of her career.
Written by: James Greasley
A disgraced and unstable former soldier becomes the leader of an unlikely trio digging for answers, when five new planets mysteriously appear around Earth.
Genre: Sci-fi, Adventure, Action.
Title: Different Planes
Written by: Domingo M. Claudio
Log line: an FBI Agent who’s managed to keep his schizophrenia a secret has trouble on a case when the victim of a serial killer is a girl he’s been hallucinating since childhood.
Genre: TV drama
Written by Paul R. Price
Logline: One man’s search for gravity control to change the world. Simon Kirk is a time traveler sent back in time to get information on past technologies to stop a tyrannical government from oppressing humanity. He’s the only man who can change history so that humanity can survive. Without him humanity will not survive. This is his story.
Genre- Science Fiction Dystopian
Reg. with the WGA. Reg. number upon request.
Title of story: Inside the World of Zoe Sander
Written by: Suzanne Lutas
Logline: When a kid becomes a trendy designer overnight, she must learn to navigate through the cut-throat world of fashion with only the help of her working-class single mom, and her imaginary friend, a talking magazine cut-out of her favorite supermodel.
Genre: Family, Comedy, Animation.
Type: Half-hour TV Pilot.
– WRITTEN BY: Anna Hotter & Michael Rodriguez (from the writing team MELLOWDRAMATIC)
– CITY AND COUNTRY: New York, New York, USA
– TITLE OF SCRIPT Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — “Kimmy Learns About Implicit Bias!”
– GENRE: TV Comedy
– TYPE OF SCRIPT (TV pilot, TV spec): TV Spec
Logline: When Kimmy experiences sexism at a tech conference, she begins to question her own unconscious biases. Meanwhile, Jacqueline battles a #MeToo scandal at work, and Titus tries to order coffee at Starbucks.
Title of story: L.A.’s Finest
Written by: Morgan Schefflin
Logline: A TV showrunner clashes with his head writer and network executive girlfriend to get his pilot made as promised to his niece before he gets ousted out of the TV business for good.
Genre: Drama, comedy
Type: TV pilot