CAST LIST: NARRATION: Elizabeth Rose Morriss Brad: Michael Sabet Marcell: Dan Cristofori Get to know the writer: 1. What is your screenplay about? A professional athlete that returns to a town to compete where he was a infamous torturer in his former life – karma ketches up with him and his whole team. 2.… Continue reading THRILLER Best Scene Script Reading of SINGLE SOUL, by Gunnar Halldorsson
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THRILLER Best Scene Script Reading of THE BREAK IN, by Carole A. Parker
CAST LIST: NARRATION: Elizabeth Rose Morriss Danny: Scott McCulloch Casey: Marisa King Vin: Dan Cristofori Angel: Sean Ballantyne Mickey: Michael Sabet Mia: Elizabeth Skidmore Get to know the writer: 1. What is your screenplay about? After a home invasion gone wrong, a charming but deadly rogue cop on the run holds a group of celebrities… Continue reading THRILLER Best Scene Script Reading of THE BREAK IN, by Carole A. Parker
Winning THRILLER 1st Scene Script – BUNNYMAN BRIDGE, by Colin K Stewart
Genre: Thriller, Crime, Mystery After the tragic loss of her husband in a line of duty shooting, Detective Joan Fortune collapses and loses their unborn child. In the ensuing weeks, Joan’s life begins to crumble around her as she desperately tries to find the drug lords responsible for her husband’s murder. Things change for… Continue reading Winning THRILLER 1st Scene Script – BUNNYMAN BRIDGE, by Colin K Stewart
Winning THRILLER Feature Screenplay: THE TWIN WITHIN by Gunnar E Garrett Jr
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Drama The murder-suicide that left a thirteen-year-old girl without a mother and father triggers voices within encouraging her to kill. CAST LIST: Narrator: Julian Ford Amy: Penelope Corrin Kevin: Dan Cristofori Morgan/Heather: Rachel Salsberg Madison: Emily Weir Matt: Steve Rizzo Get to know the winning writer: What is your screenplay about? This… Continue reading Winning THRILLER Feature Screenplay: THE TWIN WITHIN by Gunnar E Garrett Jr
Winning THRILLER Feature Screenplay – NEMESIS, by Carl Joglar
Winning Screenplay – NEMESIS Written by Carl Joglar CAST LIST: NARRATOR – Val Cole STROUD – Cassandra Guthrie BURNHAM – Dan Cristofori MONTERO – Jane Hailes SYNOPSIS: Genre: Thriller, Crime, Action A car wreck allows a fugitive recovery agent’s prisoner to escape into the woods where she’s forced to pursue the killer, but when the… Continue reading Winning THRILLER Feature Screenplay – NEMESIS, by Carl Joglar
Watch Winning Thriller Best Scene Reading from ELAN VITAL Screenplay by Maroun Rached
Best Scene from ELAN VITAL Screenplay Written by Maroun Rached Read 10 Questions with the writer SYNOPSIS: Genre: Fantasy, Crime, Thriller, Sci-Fi Synopsis: The world in the 2050’s is split into democratic regimes and Elohite theocracies, states run by the clergy of a new extremist faith. Elohite specially trained agents infiltrate the US and commit… Continue reading Watch Winning Thriller Best Scene Reading from ELAN VITAL Screenplay by Maroun Rached
Watch FIX FACTORY, Thriller Feature Screenplay Reading
My screenplay is about Lawrence, a down on his luck, hopeless alcoholic who’s hit rock bottom and has decided to pull his life together. As soon as Lawrence makes some progress and feels like he’s cleaning up his act, he’s confronted by a thirst within himself that’s far worse than the first: a thirst for blood. After Lawrence’s blood lust leads him to murdering a seemingly innocent man and kidnapping that man’s orphaned child, a stranger named William steps into the picture to help Lawrence harness and control his thirst as Lawrence gradually absorbs the lifestyle of a vampire. As Lawrence attempts to develop some kind of control over his new affliction and to accept that his survival depends on denying life to others, his own life and everyone else in it is sucked in by a rapid downward spiral and spat out by a violent climax that they’ll never be able to forget.
Watch Thriller Feature Screenplay Reading of SHOOTING STAR
I think what influenced me the most was the full appraisal of my what I had written. None of us know what we’ve written, we think we do but we don’t, no idea, we’re clueless. We’re just sunk in our own vision, and when I saw the full appraisal as part of the competition, I was sold. Then, I got my appraisal and it was possibly the best I have ever received, not because it was good or complimentary, but because they had obviously read it, and I mean completely and they properly criticised it! So their comments were not only ‘left of field’, but they were an accurate observation and they actually improved the script, not matter how hard they were to swallow. It was so worthwhile it was worth the price of entry just to get that feed back…..let alone winning, that was a real surprise. Winning didn’t even cross my mind, I needed to know’ what professional people thought of it. Me and the guy who I created the story with, Dave Powell, are over the moon.