Creating Beautiful Work
We value fresh, original writing that has a compelling point of view.
Below is a sampling of work represented by genre.
BACK IN TOWN by Jay Taylor et al – Genre: Comedy/Drama TV 30 Minute Series
There’s only one logical thing to do when the City of Dreams throws you a curveball…grab your 12-year-old troublemaking son (along with the mooching best friend) and move back home to “business booming” Midway, Kentucky. As she begins to rebuild her life from square one, the mother of this modified family soon realizes that she doesn’t know her hometown as much as she thought she did.
BUTTERCUP AND THE PORTAL TO ELSEWHERE by James B Brandt - Genre: Fantasy/Comedy/Sci-Fi
When a Golden Retriever is caught up and an alien probe to open a portal from another plane on Earth's timeline, she gains the ability to talk and reason like a human without losing her K-9 sense of innocence... until she discovers that it is up to her and her doggie friends to save humanity from an alien invasion and, incidentally, a menagerie of fascinating creatures enslaved by the same beings bent on conquering Earth.
DEEP WELL CLINIC by Gabriell DeBear Paye with a talented team of African medical workers – Genre: Hour-long TV drama (based on real events). It could also be a miniseries. – WGE Registration #I329279
Tagline: Medical Heroes struggling under the burning African sun
Logline: A Liberian nurse struggles to keep struggling clinic running while dealing with his own post-war trauma, as the 2014 Ebola outbreak begins. A story of resilience and how an epidemic was stopped before becoming a pandemic.
EXORCISING ROXIE by Anthony Lamarr – Genre: TV 30 Min Comedy Series
Psychologist Matt Helms, Roxie’s first ex-husband, is helping Roxie’s new ex-husband, Norris, banish Roxie from his heart. There’s just one HUGE problem: Matt needs to practice what he preaches.
HALLWAYS (TV Pilot) by John Stag Hanson – Genre: TV Pilot Comedy/Drama
In a Bronx university dorm, typically confused/neurotic young men and women struggle to sort out their pasts, cope with their present and fumble their way toward their future(s) within the fabric of love, betrayal, competition, college classes, sports, keggers, off-campus dangers, friendships, parents, coaches, professors, money, part-time jobs, ethical conflicts and high-spirited/lowbrow campus shenanigans that ring, by turns, hilarious, heart-tugging & true.
IN THE LANGUAGE OF BIRDS by Frank Provenzano – Genre: 1 Hour TV Fantasy Series
In the aftermath of the assassination of a beloved king, conspirators take control of the Kingdom of Melderone, and are unchallenged until the deposed ruler’s rightful heir learns of his destiny in a “Hamlet” meets “Beauty and the Beast” fantastical tale.
NO MORE HEROES Concept by Karen Canton, Story by Lily Mercer – 1 Hr TV Drama Series Pilot - “With a Song and a Prayer – Genre: Ensemble Medical Drama - WGA-W Registration #1818366
Tagline: We don’t need more heroes; we just need more hands.
Logline: When war and chaos erupt in the world, a team of medical professionals rush into the hell of it – bringing their expertise, and their own personal demons, along for the ride.
Winner International Screenwriters Association Mentor Fellowship 2016
OPRAH & WHAT I WOULD SAY TO ME by Anthony Lamarr – Genre: Episodic TV 30 Min Sitcom
Roz Roker, a 20-year-old college student is living with the roommate from hell – herself at 45.
THE TWEETERS by Wendy Brache – Comedy Series for Television
Four “guy’s guys” work to improve their social media presence and become the one with the most online influence.