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Finale | Greg Fusco

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"When the creator of the world’s most popular show tragically dies. Two clueless producers must juggle a disorderly cast, a rabid fan base, and an impending deadline as they fight against all odds to satisfy the masses and write the perfect three hour finale to an intricate series which they have always benefited from, but know nothing about."

About Greg Fusco

Greg Fusco, 36, was born in Columbus, OH, but has spent most of his adult life living in New York and the Caribbean. Currently writing and bartending in Crown Heights, Brooklyn; Greg is dedicated to bringing playful, original concepts to life through his work as a screenwriter. Always on the lookout for the next, great story to tell, Greg has traveled the globe researching everything from clowns, to nautical mysteries, to the long, strange history of baseball. He currently has many projects in the works, with a heavy focus on both television and feature screenwriting. His work has earned awards and nominations at multiple festivals including: The Houston Comedy Film Festival, The Nantucket Film Festival, The Georgia Shorts Film Festival, The Yosemite International Film Festival, The Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship, and The Twister Alley Film Festival. Greg was educated at Marymount Manhattan College where he earned his BFA in Theatre Performance and although he spends very little time acting these days, he continues the art of storytelling through the words and worlds he puts on page. He not only hopes to succeed as a screenwriter, but is dedicated to bringing awareness and film to the Caribbean. In the rare moments where he is not writing or slinging drinks, he is usually hanging out with his family or at the beach...any beach will do.

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Inked in Blood | Paul Corricelli

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"A tortured man returns to the town he ran away from as a child to exact his revenge on all those who wronged him and face the one man he fears the most... his father."

About Paul Corricelli

I spent a good part of my youth moving around the country. I’ve lived in Maryland, Florida, Texas, back to Maryland, Northern California, Illinois, and Finally Southern California (Los Angeles), where I’ve been for thirty-one years.

I grew up wanting to be a comic book artist/storyteller, or rock star (drummer). In my twenties, I dropped out of art school to pursue fame and fortune and convinced my bandmates to pack up their lives in Chicago and move with me to Los Angeles. I loved being on stage and performing. I loved the attention, but not the spotlight... I should probably seek professional help for that.

We came close, but in the end, it didn’t work out. The band broke up, and I was tired of being a poor musician - it’s no joke, I lived on Ramen and Mac and Cheese. Through a friend, I got a job in the film industry, and I’ve been there ever since.
I never gave up on my artistic endeavors. Even after moving to LA, I still took art, animation, and photography classes. I wrote hundreds of songs while in my band (that I never showed anyone), and continued to write and draw my own comic book stories.

It was on the set of Deadwood that I was inspired to write screenplays. Day after day of watching David Milch work, his process, his grasp of character, story, and his interaction with the actors, really opened my eyes to a new world of storytelling.

Early on in my writing career, I optioned a screenplay that I wrote with a good friend (JP). The Inked In Blood Short is adapted from my feature screenplay by the same name. The Inked short has placed in the final round of several short screenplay competitions and Inked In Blood the feature has won several contests, including the Table Read My Screenplay - Park City, the WildSound contest, the 2017 Depth of Field contest, and the Festival of Horror. In 2018 Inked was a finalist in the Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship and this year it is a Finalist in the 2019 Underground Indie Film Fest, and the Table Read - Hollywood competition.

My screenplay “A Life Unravelled,” is a Finalist in the 5th Annual WideScreen Film Festival.

Twitter @camcorri

Email mywritersroom@yahoo.com

Website mywritersroom.com

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Texas Annie “Legend of the Moan Ranger” | Jennifer Howd & Ross Mihalko

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"Texas Annie tells the musical tale of a renegade dildo runner in Texas when sex toys are declared illegal."

About Jennifer Howd & Ross Mihalko

A multi-hyphenate with 15+ years of experience working in the entertainment industry, Jennifer Howd is an author, editor, indie filmmaker, and a Certified Mindfulness Facilitator through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center. She has co-penned numerous spec screenplays, as well as two award-winning spec teleplays. And her debut memoir, Sit, Walk, Don’t Talk: How I Survived a Silent Meditation Retreat, was featured on NPR’s “Weekend Edition.” A proud voice in the queer community, Jennifer is the co-author of The Gay & Lesbian Guide to College Life, published by Random House. She also co-created and produced the world's first "Queer Media & Entertainment Conference” (Q-Me Con) in NYC (2006) and Los Angeles (2007), as well as a special "Women's Summit” version in NYC (2008) — all of which were committed to promoting queer visibility within the media & entertainment arenas. She is honored to have been included in GO! Magazine's 2008 & 2014 "100 Women We Love" lists. For more information, visit www.JenniferHowd.com.

Ross Mihalko is a queer playwright, screenwriter, and children's book author who has been weaving words into worlds for well over 20 years. His plays and musicals have been performed around the world and Off-Broadway, and his feature animation work has been released through LIONSGATE FILMS. His horror comedy film, HORROR CAMP, is currently in development with major talent attached (official announcement coming soon). In addition, Ross' Middle Grade children's book series, THE SADIE SHIPSINKER SAGA, is preparing for publication with a projected launch in 2020. Originally from New England, Ross now happily lives in Los Angeles, California with his two teenage daughters and his incredible spouse and occasional co-author, a doctor of mythological studies. You can discover more about him and his work at www.RossMihalko.com.

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The Creepy House | Shoshana Rosenbaum

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"On a Halloween dare, a timid tween goes into an abandoned house -- and develops a surprising connection with the ghost of a girl who died long ago. When the house is slated for demolition, the neighborhood kids join forces to save the ghost."

About Shoshana Rosenbaum

Shoshana Rosenbaum is a writer/director and educator based in Washington, D.C. Her award-winning short films THE GOBLIN BABY and HIDE AND SEEK have screened at festivals around the U.S. and internationally. Her screenplay AT THE EDGE OF THE WOODS (formerly THE GOBLIN CHILD) was named to The 2017 Bitch List. With her feature script THE CREEPY HOUSE, she was a finalist in the 2015 Austin Film Festival Pitch Competition. Her screenplays have been finalists in the Nashville Film Festival, Hollyshorts Film Festival, DC Shorts Film Festival, and Asian Pacific American Film Festival. She is repped by John Zaozirny at Bellevue.

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Philia | Nick Westfall

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Bartholomew Chester comes to terms with his own insanity through an intense self-interrogation."

About Nick Westfall

Nick Westfall is a writer/director based in Los Angeles. Nick’s first writing and directing credit, "Finding Home" (Amazon best-seller, Best Buy, and Barnes and Noble) broke him into the indie industry. Nick's second writer-director credit is a feature film called, “8 Slices,” and it will hit theatres later this year. He also recently directed a documentary series for PBS, “Tonight at Webster Hall.” Nick has written seven commissioned screenplay adaptations for various independent studios and publishing houses. Westfall is a national leader in child advocacy programs, a SAG Signatory Producer, a high school PE teacher, and is represented by Linda Langton at Langtons International Agency.

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Girl Goes Out | Natalie C Hulla

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"GIRL GOES OUT is a dark comedy about a young woman whose night out devolves into facing off with a Kardashian-esque girl squad, keeping her best friend's image-obsessed sanity in tact, and dodging an overly touchy musician."

About Natalie C Hulla

Natalie is a storyteller and creative content professional. Recent short films that she wrote and directed include Girl Goes Out, Brick by Brick, Eve, On Art On Skin and Up Here. She has also published various short stories and essays. She has a B.A. in English/Creative Writing and an M.F.A in Film Production, both from Ohio University. She works for Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park as content marketing manager, and scribbles down new story ideas on coffee shop napkins in her spare time. Current works-in-progress that have leapt from napkin to laptop include a dark comedy about a workplace millennial sociopath, and a Midwestern gothic about a young woman untangling a murderous family secret. Visit nataliehulla.com for more creative work. Instagram: @nataliecwrites

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Museum Madness | Joseph Dutra

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"Museum Madness is about a night security guard at an art museum who discovers something sinister in the works."

About Joseph Dutra

Joseph Dutra is an active film artist and animator being a jack of all trades who has been making his own shorts since the age of 16 while still living in Apache Junction, Arizona. He decided he wanted to make films at the age of 12 when he saw Be Kind Rewind, and has progressively developed his talents behind the screen. Having worked on several shorts over the years, building up his portfolio, he shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. He's won Best Comedy for his short film, “The Locker Room Mascot Massacre”. As well as Best Editing and Best Minnesota Made Film for his short documentary, My Father, for which he took inspiration from Terrence Malick, his favorite director. He graduated from Minneapolis College of Art and Design in May 2019 with a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in Filmmaking.

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Power Play | Nick Tassoni

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"Power Play is a short dark comedy following a young woman as she attempts to escape from her overly polite abductor in an abandoned coal power plant."

About Nick Tassoni

Nick Tassoni is an amateur screenwriter living south of Boston, MA. He was recently admitted to the John Wells Writing for Screen and Television Masters program at USC. He makes the move out to LA in August for the two year program. Nick loves all things movies, and streams his screenwriting experience on Twitch.com (NickScripts) after work. His favorite movies include Jurassic Park, The Lord of the Rings, and Dr. Strangelove.

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Don’t Call it a Relapse | Vaslav J. Rice

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"A 'welcome home from rehab' party turns chaotic as seven family members (plus the girlfriend & an NA sponsor) wait for the arrival of the 'recovered' guest of honor."

About Vaslav J. Rice

Vaslav J. Rice has been on a more than twenty year odyssey to become a successful screenplay writer. It started out as an impossible dream. Year after year was filled with rejections and bubble bursting experiences. Finally, in the last two years, his non stop and never give up hard work has come to fruition. Born in Miami, Florida, Vaslav lived there for his first twelve years. Then his family moved to the West-Side of Cincinnati for his formative years. A love of movies motivated his interest in script writing. In the early 2000's Vaslav's melodrama feature film script "Kravitzs' Last" was considered by Millbrook Farm Productions (Mimi Rogers' production company). He has written numerous feature film screenplays. Including "The Double Life" (Crime Drama), "Just Jim" (Comedy) and the Cindependent Film Festival nominated "The Deserters" (Western). Vaslav also turned his feature film script "Every Day But Monday" (Romantic Comedy Drama) into a stage play. It currently is being considered for a popular theater in Cincinnati for 2020. He is also currently producing his own feature film project "Scraps" (Over the Top Romantic Comedy). Where he has just filmed a promotional video for (which is in post production). Vaslav's short film "Don't Call It a Relapse" (Comedy; featured for this podcast) has been filmed and is also in post production, His current writing projects include "Fit's the Description" (Crime Comedy Drama) and is about to start "Son of a Bitch" (Comedy). Vaslav also works for the University of Cincinnati and has three grown children Alek, Sean and Sara.

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Ignore the Clock | Daniel Mulvaney

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"IGNORE THE CLOCK is a short-film about a recovering ex-convict and a disgraced former detective who meet up for a late dinner to discuss a potential business deal."

About Daniel Mulvaney

Daniel Mulvaney is from Brownsburg, Indiana and is now a resident of Cincinnati, Ohio working a normal day-job while pursuing filmmaking as a full-time passion. He enrolled into the Zaki Gordon Center for Cinematic Arts in Lynchburg, VA studying directing and writing, and after graduation in 2018, Daniel moved back to Cincinnati to fulfill the dream in the Midwest. IGNORE THE CLOCK is his first short film.

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