Month: August 2019

The Hit | Clint Horvath

Logline for The Hit

"In the midst of his hired kill, a Hitman is visited by his drug abused Uncle and learns the essence of life from his six-year-old cousin."

About Clint Horvath

Clint Horvath, originally from Detroit, Michigan moved to Florida to attend college. He received his bachelors in science with studies in visual effects and motion graphics. Later he attended grad school and received a masters in fine arts in creative writing. His thesis went on to become a finalist in the All-Access Screenwriting Competition. Over the course of the last decade, he has won numerous awards for his writing and short films. He has worked for a local news station, two franchise sports teams and currently a sports television network. He continues to write and direct short films. He's is now gearing up for his upcoming feature film. He lives in Fort Lauderdale with his wife and two children.

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Lunch Meat | Mike Hale

Logline for Lunch Meat

"In order to get out of a poisonous relationship, a confused twenty-something enlists the help of his stoner best friend and his disgusting roommate."

About Mike Hale

A professional musician turned filmmaker, Michael Hale is a writer, director, editor from Atlanta, Georgia. His work has been showcased at dozens of film festivals all over the world. When not working on films or music videos, he is a film professor at Atlanta Tech.

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The Governor’s Ball | Marti King Young

Logline for The Governor’s Ball

"A quiet dinner party with a terrible family during a campaign. What could go wrong?"

About Marti King Young

Marti King Young is an award winning filmmaker and author of the book “Help! I Have An Audition! Now What?”

Her short film, STOLEN, which she wrote, traveled the overseas festival circuit, and earned her the Best Director award at the Miami Beach Film Festival in 2018. Her current film, THE ADVENTURES OF WONDERBOY is currently traveling the festival circuit and has been seen in London, Athens, Palermo, and in various stateside festivals.

Marti recently worked as the assistant to James Wan, Dave Newstadter and Victoria Palmeri on the feature film ANNABELLE COMES HOME. She also was the producer’s assistant on the international hit movie AFTER, as well as the ABC series Kevin (Probably) Saves The World.

Marti’s screenwriting credits include the award winning BOUND AND BAGGED, BOUNTY MOMMA, THE GOVERNOR’S BALL, THE ADVENTURES OF WONDERBOY (co-written with Elijah Haney) and a few more. She’s ghostwritten screenplays which you’ve seen on the silver screen. She polishes scripts for LA producers in her spare time.

She has been featured in the German publication Cinewomen for her contributions to women in film, and was the 2015 recipient of the Women in Film and Television Finishing Grant. She serves as a screenplay judge for various film festivals and speaks at educational campuses. Marti is also a member of the Alliance of Women Directors and currently seeking representation as a writer/director.

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