Screenplays - Spec Features

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THE EVERYDAY ELLIOTS

Romantic Comedy, adapted from Jane Austen's Persuasion. When a medical student returns home to reel in her ridiculous, reality-show family, she reignites a flame for her now-famous ex-fiancee. (119 pages)

What this script does incredibly well is provide a contemporary version of a Jane Austen classic. The parallels are spot-on and clever... Each of Austen’s characters undergo a modern twist and it’s enjoyable to see how seamlessly the storyline transfers over to the 21st-century."
-Blcklist reader

SOMERTON

Cold War Drama/Espionage. Based on true events. An ex-intelligence officer must clear his name after his former lover connects him to a mysterious corpse found near Adelaide, Australia. (109 pages)

Awards: Winner, Screenwriters in the Sky Competition. Finalist, Colorado Film Awards. Top 10% of Nicholl Fellowship.

"This is a wild ride. We never know what is going to happen next... There's so much to appreciate here."
-Nicholl Fellowship Reader 

THE FRAME JOB

Comedy. When art-history genius Amanda can't get a job post-graduation, she and her friends turn to the next-best thing: a heist. 
(113 pages)

Awards: Honorable Mention, Colorado Film Awards. Semifinalist, Fresh Voices. Shortlisted in Fresh Voices for Best Ensemble Cast.

"I MUST SAY THAT I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED READING YOUR SCRIPT. THE FANTASY AND THE REALITY OF ROBBING A MUSEUM ARE NICELY JUXTAPOSED IN WAYS THAT MAKE IT MOSTLY BELIEVABLE, YET WHIMSICAL."
-FRESH VOICES READER

Spec Shorts

MUSHROOM BISQUE

Comedy. A suicidal man finds himself on an unexpected journey for soup. (12 pages)

You have a thoughtful, intelligently written script. Harold is revealed with a very human touch..."  
-BLUECAT READER

ZIGGY

Animation/Family/Adventure. A game of star tennis goes terribly wrong, skyrocketing a kid alien to a faraway place called Roswell, New Mexico.
(14 pages)

"I actually laughed out loud."
-Bluecat reader