Monthly Archives: July 2017

Drama/Romance Short Film of the Day: JOBS, by Jared Dante

Title: JOBS  Written by: Jared Dante Type: Short Script Genre: Drama Logline: A out of work su chef is trying to save his relationship. While making the rent he looses his girlfriend due to financial problems. Desperately he finds any … Continue reading

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MYSTERY/ROMANCE TV Show of the Day: TACHYONIC CHANGES, by Varun Dhakne

Title: Tachyonic changes Written by: Varun Dhakne Type: TV PILOT Genre: Sci-fi, Mystery, Romance Logline: Tachyonic changes is a sci-fi, mystery, romance about a lonely depressed old man who invents a device which can help him to reunite with his … Continue reading

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COMEDY/ROMANCE TV Show of the Day: UNIVERSAL UNIVERSITY, by Daymon Long

Title: UNIVERSAL UNIVERSITY Written by: Daymon Long Genre: Comedy Type: TV PILOT LOGLINE: When David, an eccentric young Christian man meets his freshman room mates, Jerry, a pretentious womanizer and Max, an aggressive homosexual, he realizes how different living in … Continue reading

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ROMANCE Feature Film of the Day: SHE’S A DREAM, by Amanda Marie

Title: SHE’S A DREAM  Written by: Amanda Marie w/ Dusty Max Type: FEATURE SCRIPT Genre: Romantic-Comedy Logline: Popstar TK Angel has become disillusioned with having everything his heart desires, but with pressures of possibly losing his contract, he seeks solace … Continue reading

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COMEDY/ROMANCE Feature Film of the Day: PHATNAV, by Andrew Bruce-Lockhart

Title: PHATNAV  Written by: Andrew Bruce-Lockhart Genre: Romantic Comedy Type: Feature Screenplay Logline: PhatNav is a romantic comedy in which the voice artist behind the world’s leading Sat Nav system has his introverted, issue ridden and directionless life dismantled by … Continue reading

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ACTION/ROMANCE Feature Film of the Day: LENA, by Liza Siegal

Title: LENA  Written by: Liza Siegal Genre: Action-Romance Type: Feature Screenplay Logline: In Brooklyn, NY, an illegal immigrant gets in trouble with the local gangsters and also falls in love with a proud American ex-marine. She gets to the very … Continue reading

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Winning ROMANCE 1st Scene – WAITING TO CRUMBLE, by John Ott

Genre: Romance, Comedy Two elderly men, one divorced, the other whose wife has dementia, find love with each other in a nursing home in this humorous, yet moving, story of romance with a twist. CAST LIST: Narrator: Sean Ballantyne Stu: … Continue reading

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ROMANCE Short Film of the Day: FLAGSTONE, by Heidi Morrell

Title: FLAGSTONE  Written by: Heidi Morrell Type: SHORT SCRIPT Genre: Drama Logline: Two troubled, isolated souls find comfort in each other, sharing their guilt and pain. Interested in this logline, please email us at info@wildsound.ca and we’ll forward your email to the … Continue reading

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ROMANCE TV Show of the Day: EPIC MOMENT, by Regine Cherry

Title: Epic Moment  Written by: Regine Chery Type: TV PILOT Genre: Drama/Teen Logline: “Epic Moment” is a teen Sitcom dealing with relationships, family/teen drama and the struggles of every day life. Interested in this logline, please email us at info@wildsound.ca and we’ll … Continue reading

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ROMANCE Feature Film of the Day: DESTINIES, by Mario Cardarelli

Title: DESTINIES  Written by: Mario Cardarelli, with cooperating Andrea Mariani Genre: Action War and Romance Type: Feature Screenplay/Short Story Logline: The fate and love of a man and a woman whose lives are bound yet separate at same time, and … Continue reading

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