2018 Official Selections – Scripts

Apocalypsis… by Jude Gerard Prest

When One Apocalypse just isn’t enough. APOCALYPSIS…The End of the World was just the beginning… Of the End… Of the World…

Been Too Long by Laura DeBar

Fender Bender by Jeremy Foley & Sara O’Reilly

When offbeat Martin rear ends driven Selene, this chance encounter sends them on the road to an unlikely friendship – until she discovers he fender benders people for fun.

Hannya by Carlos Valencia

Kings Boulevard by Marie Jones

A female director goes on an audition from hell that proves Hollywood’s push for equality and diversity still has a long way to go.

Lifetime Loser by James Ross

A con man swindles an estate out of a golf course and hires a young golf pro to run the daily affairs only to see the scam unravel fifteen years later when it is time to sell the business.

Lone Star by Adriane McCray

Set in the competitive club soccer & varsity soccer worlds of Texas, we follow five wandering girls from wildly different backgrounds who grow into women and work to fight for their wins – both on and off the soccer field. 

Nyobaywa by 42 Tribes

Arcane Africa comes to life in this epic adventure of warring tribes and the shadow of the resurrected scorpion king who threatens them all.

Pace by Sean Carmichael

Questions of self, purpose, and expectations plague Doug and Laci as they cope with the relentless pace of coming of age while closing in on thirty.

Perry by R. J. Watson

A mother and daughter of privilege from Connecticut and a victim of sex trafficking from Haiti are drawn into a dangerous web of exploitation on the streets of San Francisco.

State College by Gregory Falatek

When his friend Andrew is accidentally killed during Rush Week , Duncan decides to take revenge into his own hands.

Survive by Jimmy Kelly

Thank You, Amelia Earhart by Al Mertens

The Oscar by Julia Liberman by Julia Liberman

As Annie and Danny embark on an adventure to help their father fulfill his dream, they discover that the struggle between good and evil repeats itself from generation to generation, and learn that with courage and love, truth and justice can prevail.

The Prophet by Isaiah Francis

The Venus Syndrome by Lynn Vincentnathan

Walk by Kysionia Daye

A young woman’s courage to walk away from abuse, even if when meant sacrificing what she once felt as love only to mistakenly stumble upon a woman, with an unknown similar story, but of wiser age.