Feature • 101 pages • Action/Adventure
In the Spring of 1944, A Nazi sleeper cell takes over the Super Chief Railroad, hijacking a shipment of uranium to give Germany the atomic bomb. A disgraced Army Lieutenant and MGM’s new star, Frank Sinatra are America’s only hope.
Second Rounder: 2019 Austin International Film Festival
Top 18%: 2019 Finish Line Script Competition
Feature • 121 pages • Action/Adventure
A private eye and a teenage psychic are the only ones who can stop the Nazis from destroying New York City. It's The Stranger meets The Rocketeer.
Quarterfinalist: 2015 Academy Nicholl Fellowship
A Sister in Need
Feature • 97 pages • Mystery/Thriller
Her sister is found dead, but Megan Collins believes she was murdered as she leaves her socialite New York City life to uncover the secrets of a small New England town.
Feature • 97 pages • Drama
This adaptation of the Henrik Ibsen play "A Doll House" is set in the present day suburban town of Darian, Connecticut as its backdrop. Nancy seeks to find her own place in this world created by the men around her.
Her choices may be controversial, but they're her own.
Feature • 89 pages • Sci-Fi/Adventure
1938. Hurricane brings destruction and a 40-foot prehistoric creature to Gilbert Island. Cut off from the mainland, the sheriff, a local delinquent and an unlikely group of islanders fight for their lives.1938. Hurricane brings destruction and a 40-foot prehistoric creature to Gilbert Island. Cut off from the mainland, the sheriff, a local delinquent and an unlikely group of islanders fight for their lives.
Life Ends @ 30
Feature • 95 pages • Comedy
A man's life falls apart after turning 30 and he stumbles through trying to pick up the pieces. It's American Pie meets Friends.
Best Feature Screenplay Nominee: 2017 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival
The Best of Intentions
Short • 27 pages • Dark Comedy/Thriller
Throughout his life, everything always works out for Gavin. Today, he'll find out why.
22 Miles From Trenton
Short • 20 pages • Sci-Fi/Adventure
October 30, 1938. Orson Welles infamous broadcast of the radio play, War of the Worlds, plays on the radio which causes a panic in real life for some people including 12 year-old Penny, who thinks her older sister is in trouble. Penny races into the night to save her sister from the oncoming alien invasion.
Semifinalist: 2015 Screencraft Short Script Contest