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Kayfabe | Kyle Gray | Script Shop Episode 048

Logline for Kayfabe

"Set in the mid-nineties, two British friends break into the American dominated world of pro-wrestling, moving from lower tier wrestling companies up to the top wrestling company in the world. Josh and Joe take differing paths, both leading them into isolation and chasing the approval of thousands of strangers like a junkie chasing their first high, only their drug is Kayfabe."

About Kyle Gray

I live in Derbyshire, England with my wife and infant daughter, where I work as a warehouse manager for a global manufacturer.

I'm addicted to films and I love to tell stories - and there's no better format to tell a story than a screenplay - with my series Kayfabe I tell a story that has yet to be told on screen.

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Organon | Iman Davari | Script Shop Episode 047

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"After the "fall of man" and his desperate quest for the divine being, there is only one person, Mary, who goes on the most adventurous self-discovery journey through a black hole to find the divine truth."

About Iman Davari

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City of Caves: The White Tiger | Louise Wilding | Script Shop Episode 046

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"A determined woman with the ability to transform into a tiger, faces down centuries of devastating patriarchal rule alongside her best friend and a werewolf. While a vampire tries to prevent her discovering his secret by any means necessary.

Billi is not a damsel in distress, she’s a surprise, bait, the embodiment of a twist."

About Louise Wilding

Writing mainly in my spare time as I work hard to break into the world of screenwriting.
So far my endeavors have seen me have two separate scrips selected for film festivals in 2017, my first year entering. No bad considering I only started writing scripts late in 2016, when I discovered this format better suited my dyslexia.
I have no formal screenwriting training, so everything I do is self taught and I am always open to constructive help from those who know and understand the industry better.
Currently I write freelance and have many projects live on YouTube.
But my main drive as a writer is to see women better portrayed on screen.

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Good for You | Ashley Kramer | Script Shop Episode 045

About Good for You

"Good For You" follows siblings Julia and Colin, who become concerned when their mom is not acting like herself. The siblings set out to help her and, in the process, devise a foolproof plan: to find their mom the perfect date.

About Ashley Kramer

Ashley Kramer began her pursuit of filmmaking five years ago, but has been involved in
the arts her entire life. Dance, musical theatre, and visual art occupied her childhood.
She became fascinated in filmmaking after accidentally having a Media Production
course placed on her class schedule in junior high. This turned out to be quite the happy
accident, as she is now actively pursuing her love for filmmaking in Jacksonville, FL.
She is eager and glad to continue her journey as an artist, and is working toward a
professional career in bringing stories to the screen.

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Bat out of Hell | Jonah Calhoun | Script Shop Episode 044

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"A wacky fruit bat devises a plan to escape hell when he is wrongly sent there."

About Jonah Calhoun

Jonah Calhoun is a twelve year old who loves to create stories. He loves to make others laugh and bring them joy which has led him into writing comedy shorts. His first script "Bargain Mart Madness" has won five awards including a grant from the Hank Garret Young Storyteller awards. His most recent Screenplay "Bat Out of Hell" just won the short script category in the Tribal Film Fest. 

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Call of the Void | Hyten Davidson | Script Shop Episode 043

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"Post-grad Mila takes a job as the night shift front desk attendant at a girl's college dorm after the sudden death of a student weeks prior. But as Mila starts seeing visions in the night, she realizes that the truth- once buried- must surface again."

About Hyten Davidson

Hyten Davidson is a writer and actress based in the Chicago area. Her short plays have been performed in Evanston, Chicago, and New York; most notably her play "The Lady in the Woods" was semi-finalist in the New York New Works Theatre Festival and won 'Judge's Choice' at the 2nd Act Players' New Playwrights Showcase. As well, her short horror screenplay "Scarf Face" was recently selected for the Yes! Let's Make a Movie Film Festival in Montreal, QC. For more, visit www.hytendavidson.com.

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Not That Nice | Adielenah Perez | Script Shop Episode 042

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"When recently dumped Karen loses her cat she enlists the help of her kid neighbor, Bella, who has lost something of her own."

About Adielenah Perez

Adielenah is a Puerto Rican writer/director, born and raised in the Bronx. She grew up in her fathers karate school, watching spaghetti westerns and the Twilight Zone, wondering if she could tell her own stories one day. Her start in filmmaking was with grassroots media and activist organizations such as Global Action Project but did not end there. She currently lives in Washington DC.

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Dream Trip | Artem Chukanov | Script Shop Episode 041

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"Alex is going on a dream trip to the USA, but soon he realizes that local people hide some dark secrets, and he must return before it is not too late."

About Artem Chukanov

Born on 3d of October, 1996 in the small town Uvarovo, Tambov region (600 kms away from Moscow). Went to the 1st grade when I was almost 7. Throughout the academic years I had been an active participant of various contests. My portfolio contains more than 100 different certificates confirming participation and winning in a lot of contests such as “Best Student of School” and various contests on different school subjects (Russian language, literature, mathematics, English, and many others). In 2004, I started studying at Music School for Children. I have graduated from there with honors in 2009, but I continued playing accordion and singing in choir and solo.

In 2013, I became a participant of exchange program for students called FLEX (Future Leaders of Exchange). It was a big success for me because approximately only 1% of participants get to actually go to the States and live there for one year. I lived in a small town, Clark Fork, ID. I graduated from Clark Fork High School with honors finishing 3d among 21 students in the class. Upon my graduation from there, I decided that I wanted to get an American Degree. Unfortunately, my family wasn’t able to afford my studies in the USA, so my choice was American University in Bulgaria (AUBG). It is much closer to my native country and education is much more affordable. Before getting into AUBG, I had to repeat my school year in Russia. In 2015, I graduated from Russian High School with a Medal of Excellence, and I was admitted into AUBG. There, I found my true passion. I wanted to study something related to the film. Journalism & Mass Communication major was the closest to what I wanted to learn. Fortunately for me, they also opened a Film Studies minor.

I am a regular participant of 48 Hours Documentary Challenge organized by AUBG Documentary Club every September. Three years in a row I had been creating short documentary films on a variety of subjects. I'm huge fan of horror films, so even if I’m making a very amateur short documentary film, I include some thrilling elements in there. I’m also a big fan of screenwriting. I’ve written a handful of short scripts, and I get back to them from to time because I believe that writing something good is a long process. Dream Trip was the very first fictional script I’ve ever written.

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Timed | Kathleen Wolak | Script Shop Episode 040

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"Two nameless observers ponder mankind’s foibles as a twisted narrative unfolds in front of them."

About Kathleen Wolak

Kathleen Wolak is a writer and proud law school dropout from Hamden, CT.  Before falling in love with writing for the screen, she authored three young adult novels and published several short science-fiction and horror stories.  Kathleen's inspiration stems from anything off-beat or ghoulishly hilarious. Her influences range from David Lynch to Rick and Morty. In 2018, Kathleen’s first screenplay, Timed, was named an official selection for the 2 Dollar Film Festival.

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Into the Sunset | Kent Meloy | Script Shop Episode 039

Logline for Into the Sunset

"An aging courier takes on one final cross-country job to fulfill a long overdue promise and quite possibly save his soul."

About Kent Meloy

Kent Meloy is a film director/writer/producer with over 30 years experience in the industry.
Specializing in the nuances of telling a good story, he has spent a great deal of time working with clients to hone their message to their intended audience.

He began his career as a grip and location sound recordist for a nationally syndicated dramatic children's series and spent five years absorbing everything he could. When the opportunity presented itself he moved into video editing where he discovered a knack for pacing and setting the mood through the editorial. In the mid-90s, at the onset of the world-wide-web he moved into web and interactive design, becoming a champion of the mantra "know thy audience", working with producers and large corporate clients to ensure they were considering the desired results of the communication, not just "how cool it looked".

When an opportunity to get back into the film and theater world presented itself, he jumped at the chance and has been involved there ever since, spending a great deal of his time honing his skills as a director, writer and producer. With a handful of awards under his belt for these endeavors he feels he has found his calling, and is aggressively pursuing it.

Specialties: a skewed take on the ordinary, a refusal to let imagination stagnate, a love of 'what's possible, even if improbable' and a fierce devotion to telling a good story.

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