The Script Hall of Fame

Spotlighting Industry Pros and Emerging Writers

Top Scorers Across the Scenes

Every scene in submitted screenplays is meticulously scored by across various criteria. See our analysis of Schindler's List for insights into our scoring and explanation process.

The scripts featured here are our highest achievers. Their scenes consistently rank high, showcasing exceptional quality and consistency.

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Best in Dialogue

As Seen On TV

Genre: Comedy

Logline: When three underachieving infomercial producers loose their job by their own negligence, a misgendering mistake opens the door to collaborate with the slimy Cathy Newlan and create an exploitative reality show.

Overview: As Seen On TV is a satirical comedy that takes place in a production studio, following the chaotic and dysfunctional lives of Shira, Daniel, and Freddy. The story explores themes of professionalism, ethics, identity, and the desire for success and recognition. The main conflict revolves around the characters' frustrations with their dead-end jobs and the unethical practices of the infomercial industry. Throughout the script, the characters navigate personal and professional relationships, confront their own insecurities, and strive to make a difference in the entertainment industry.

Dialogue Analysis

The screenplay's dialogue is witty, sarcastic, and filled with humorous banter. It effectively conveys the characters' personalities and adds to the comedic tone of the scene.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 1 - explanation: The dialogue is witty, sarcastic, and filled with humorous banter. It effectively conveys the characters' personalities and adds to the comedic tone of the scene.
  • Scene 6 - explanation: The dialogue in this scene is sharp, witty, and filled with sarcasm. It effectively conveys the characters' frustrations, humor, and unique personalities. The banter between the characters adds depth and entertainment value to the scene.

USP The Unique Selling Proposition (USP) of this script is its satirical and comedic exploration of the entertainment industry, highlighting the absurdity of the characters' actions and dialogue. With its fast-paced and witty banter, the script offers a fresh and humorous twist on familiar settings and themes. The authentic and distinctive voice of the writer adds to the originality of the scenes, making it compelling for its target audience. This script stands out from others in its genre by providing a unique and entertaining perspective on the industry and its characters.

Standout Features Satirical take on the entertainment industry : The screenplay offers a unique and comedic perspective on the inner workings of the entertainment industry, which can attract audiences interested in behind-the-scenes stories.
Exploration of personal and professional struggles : The screenplay delves into the challenges and frustrations faced by the characters in their careers and personal lives, providing relatable and compelling storytelling.
Diverse cast : The inclusion of diverse characters adds depth and representation to the story, making it more appealing to a wide audience.

Author:Brayden Hade and Christopher Jewell Valentin

Bio: Brayden Hade is a writer/actor/director based in Los Angeles. Previous writing credits include: “RockStar Cafe,” “The Adults,” “The Bubble,” “Made for TV,” “Hugh,” “The Coven of 5th Avenue.” Brayden is a founder of Bruth Media, Harry Pepper Productions, and TheatreSourceLA. Christopher Jewell Valentin is a writer/actor/director based in Los Angeles. Christopher is a founding member of Harry Pepper Productions and TheatreSourceLA. He is the son of military parents and always wants to make people laugh.
Our process for writing dialogue is begins with outlining the story. Once that is done we imagine the characters and begin filling in jokes and dialogue in their voice. We pass the script back and forth rewriting, until we are happy with the pace/tone/clarity/and humor of the dialogue. We also do read throughs with professional actors between rewrites so we can hear it out loud and see if we are happy with it. We did about 7 different drafts over the span of a little over a year before we locked the script and were ready to film.

Tips for Writers: Try to make sure your dialogue is as snappy and entertaining as possible. If something feels dull and doesn't add to the enjoyment of the script, it probably shouldn't be there.

Prey For The Night

Genre: Thriller

Logline: A serial killer goes on a police ride-along with the female Homicide Detective investigating his crimes. A resurgent serial killer forces the detective who failed to catch him and the crime reporter who profited from his crimes to retrace his steps in a deadly game of scavenger hunt. But as the fatal night unfolds, they discover that the vicious predator is much closer to them than they ever imagined, leading to a harrowing choice that blurs the lines between vengeance and justice.

Overview: Prey For The Night is a gritty crime thriller that follows Detective Reid as she investigates the Sunset Killer, a serial killer terrorizing the community. As Reid and journalist Jack delve deeper into the case, they confront their own guilt and responsibility while navigating a web of manipulation and deception. The story culminates in a tense and suspenseful showdown, where Reid must confront the killer and bring justice to the victims.

Dialogue Analysis

The screenplay's dialogue is sharp, engaging, and reveals important information about the characters and plot. It effectively conveys emotions and motivations. However, there is room for improvement in creating standout lines and maintaining consistent impact and intensity.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 2 - explanation: The dialogue is sharp, engaging, and reveals important information about the characters and the plot. It effectively conveys the tension and conflict between the characters.
  • Scene 5 - explanation: The dialogue is sharp, engaging, and reveals the inner thoughts and emotions of the characters. It effectively conveys the tension, frustration, and hope present in the scene.
  • Scene 8 - explanation: The dialogue is sharp, intense, and reveals the characters' emotions and motivations. It effectively conveys the urgency and high stakes of the situation.
  • Scene 15 - explanation: The dialogue is intense and impactful, revealing the characters' emotions and motivations. It effectively conveys the conflict between the detective and the victims' families.
  • Scene 21 - explanation: The dialogue is intense, confrontational, and emotionally charged. It effectively conveys the characters' emotions, motivations, and the power dynamics between them.

USP This script offers a fresh and gritty take on the crime genre, with a unique voice that emphasizes the psychological and emotional aspects of the characters. The intense and emotionally charged dialogue, combined with atmospheric narrative description, creates a sense of tension and depth throughout the story. The script stands out from others in its genre by exploring the aftermath of a wrongful accusation, the toll of past mistakes, and the complex dynamics between the characters. With its focus on the pursuit of justice, moral complexities of law enforcement, and the constant battle between hope and despair, this script will captivate its target audience and provide a compelling and thought-provoking piece of storytelling.

Standout Features Gripping storyline : The screenplay offers a compelling and suspenseful storyline that will keep audiences engaged.
Strong character development : The screenplay features well-developed and complex characters that audiences will connect with.
Exploration of relevant social themes : The screenplay delves into themes of justice, trauma, and obsession, providing thought-provoking content.

Author:Tim Day

Bio: I've written projects for Dimension Films (Hellraiser: Hellseeker and Hellraiser: Deader, Pulse and Halloween), Jerry Bruckheimer (Aftershock), Roland Emmerich/Sony (untitled Atlantis Project), Lionsgate (You’ve Been Warned/James Patterson novel adaptation), A Bigger Boat (Dark Corners). Bloodlist Alum. I focus on character-based psychological thrillers, horror, and action. I love compressed timelines that create pressure-cooker internal and external conflict simultaneously that forces my characters to reveal who they truly are.
I read a lot of screenplays, breaking down and studying the rhythm of the dialogue and combine that with an ear I've learned to tune by observing everyone and everything around me. But what it's really come down to over the years is learning that you really have to drill down into your characters and know them inside and out, what they want, what they need, and most importantly, what they're afraid of.

Tips for Writers: Get to know your characters inside and out, what they've lived, what's hurt them in the past, how they saw their life going compared to where their lives are now, how they look at the world and walk through it. What their defense mechanisms are, their triggers. That will make them stand out as individual, breathing characters and make their dialogue pop as something only they could say. I take each of my characters to therapy, I ask questions and the characters answer within the world of the story, and I'll just let that flow for five to ten pages for each character until I start to see them sitting across from me, and then I know who each character is, or more importantly, wants to be. Usage: I submitted out of curiosity to be honest, but I found the objectiveness in the coverage to be really helpful.

Best in Plot

The Memory Thief

Genre: Science-Fiction

Logline: After initializing the power core on a starship, a nefarious corporation sets the Earth's last city on a countdown to total destruction. A powerful psychic must use her memory-stealing ability to save the last of humanity from extinction.

Overview: The Memory Thief is a futuristic sci-fi thriller that follows Odisko, a woman haunted by her past, as she embarks on a mission to find her missing brother. Along the way, she teams up with the holographic AI, Holli, and encounters a web of deception, memory manipulation, and betrayal. As Odisko delves deeper into the truth, she must confront her own identity and make sacrifices to protect her loved ones.

Plot Analysis

Engaging plot with a strong sense of urgency and conflict

Notable Examples
  • Scene 1 - explanation: Scene 1 effectively establishes the stakes and creates a sense of urgency, setting up the main conflict of the story
  • Scene 14 - explanation: Scene 14 introduces a major turning point in the story with the failure of the dome and the subsequent chaos in Halo City
  • Scene 15 - explanation: Scene 15 raises the stakes and sets up the climax with the revelation of the secret plan and the urgent need to evacuate the city

USP This script offers a unique blend of futuristic technology, intense conflicts between characters, and emotionally charged storytelling. With its vivid imagery, complex characters, and sharp dialogue, it stands out from other scripts in its genre. The script's target audience will be captivated by its suspenseful tone, innovative storytelling techniques, and compelling themes of redemption and sacrifice. This script is a compelling piece of storytelling that will leave its audience on the edge of their seats.

Standout Features Unique Hook : The use of holographic AI companions and the exploration of a futuristic world
Major Twist : The revelation of Arco Rylie and Nessa's plan to steal children's bodies for colonization on another planet
Distinctive Setting : The contrast between the futuristic city of Halo City and the desolate Dead Vegas

Author:James A Bergeron

Bio: I'm a 49-year-old writer from Vancouver, Canada, currently living in the Dominican Republic. I've been writing for many years, but really took it more seriously after completing the Film and Television writing course at Vancouver Film School in 2018. I have several scripts available to view at Although I've been schooled in most genres I really love Sci/Fi and Drama. I like to infuse both with my vast life experiences and enrich my characters with aspects of the people I've met along the way.
Writing is a labor of love and rarely pays off after the first, second, or third try. Get lots of good feedback, and don't be afraid to tear it apart and refine, refine, refine.

Tips for Writers: Use all notes, AI or otherwise, to hone in on your idea.

LAPD 2043

Genre: Police procedural

Logline: When an LAPD detective suffers a horrific accident while investigating a kidnapping, she wakes up 24 years later, only to discover that her hometown has been destroyed, technology has blossomed beyond her wildest dreams, and she only has 3 days to find out what happened to the missing girl.

Overview: LAPD 2043 opens in a dystopian, future Los Angeles, where a dedicated detective named Wheeler wakes up from a 20-year coma. Upon awakening, Wheeler learns about the disappearance of her daughter and the murder of her husband. With the help of her former partner, Holloway, and a tough-as-nails detective named Lozano, Wheeler embarks on a dangerous journey to find her daughter and bring the perpetrators to justice. Along the way, the trio encounters a web of corruption, deceit, and a notorious serial killer, forcing them to confront their own demons and the harsh realities of their futuristic city.

Plot Analysis

Engaging and well-structured plot with tight pacing, effective introduction and development of conflicts, and consistent progression throughout the screenplay.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 1 - explanation: High tension and conflict in a dangerous situation, showcasing the father's struggle to navigate through it
  • Scene 8 - explanation: Important backstory and character development, setting up the larger story of a missing girl and societal issues
  • Scene 22 - explanation: Introduction of genetic cloning, adding a new twist to the plot and increasing the stakes for the characters
  • Scene 37 - explanation: Discovery of Lucy Reynolds and her connection to Dixon Tyler's homerun ball, significantly altering the narrative
  • Scene 41 - explanation: Revelation of Wheeler and Holloway's demands, conflict with Studdebaker, and unexpected presence of Anna Lozano, creating a compelling narrative

USP Discover a gritty, post-apocalyptic world filled with danger, suspense, and a relentless pursuit of justice in this captivating script. Featuring a grizzled detective, Wheeler, who wakes up from a 20-year coma to find herself in a futuristic society, and her determined partner, Holloway, who remains loyal and committed to solving the case despite his own personal demons. Together, they navigate a labyrinth of challenges, from de-extincted species and gamma radiation to human skin billboards and a powerful businessman with a dark past. With its unique blend of futuristic technology, noir-inspired detective work, and a haunting exploration of the consequences of past actions, this script offers a fresh and thrilling take on the crime genre. Dive into this immersive world and join Wheeler and Holloway on their quest for justice, redemption, and survival.

Standout Features Unique Setting : The futuristic and chaotic Los Angeles, with its unique blend of technology and social unrest, provides a compelling backdrop for the story.
Strong Female Lead : Wheeler is a determined and resourceful detective, who is the driving force behind the investigation.
Complex Themes : The screenplay explores themes of justice, redemption, and the consequences of technology and social unrest, providing a thought-provoking and engaging narrative.

Author:David Burton

Bio: American writer turned brand-storyteller in the UK, with an MFA in screenwriting from the University of East Anglia. As a screenwriter I’ve placed highly in prestigious competitions such as Screencraft, Script Pipeline, PAGE and The Nicholl Fellowship (run by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences), and my feature film ‘The Misery Index’ is currently under option.

Tips for Writers: If you realize you're writing something that you've seen before, rewrite it. Your unique viewpoint and voice can be your greatest differentiators.

Link: No Usage: Found the scene by scene breakdown incredibly useful, especially as an overview for ensuring that every scene is pushing the story and/or character forward.

Best in Characters

You Are What You Love

Genre: Drama

Logline: Based on a true story, a young lesbian caught in the opioid epidemic finds herself entangled in a love triangle, struggling to navigate the interplay between intense pain and profound love, and to know if either can offer the healing she is desperate to find.

Overview: You Are What You Love is a raw and emotionally charged script that follows Leah, a troubled young woman struggling with addiction and personal demons. The story begins with Leah's childhood and traces her journey through addiction, recovery, and redemption. Along the way, she navigates complex relationships with her sister Gab, her love interest Junie, and her childhood friend Maggie. The script explores themes of addiction, family, love, and self-discovery, offering a compelling and relatable story of resilience and growth.

Characters Analysis

Well-developed characters with emotional depth and compelling dynamics, but some inconsistencies in character importance and room for further exploration of secondary characters.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 3 - explanation: This scene exemplifies the strong emotional depth and compelling dynamics between Leah, Junie, and Maggie, highlighting the impact of Leah's addiction on those around her.
  • Scene 9 - explanation: This scene delves into the complex relationships and personal struggles of the characters, creating a strong emotional connection with the audience.
  • Scene 19 - explanation: The protagonist's journey from despair to redemption is particularly compelling in this scene, and the supporting characters provide strong emotional support.

USP This script offers a unique and compelling exploration of complex relationships, addiction, and personal struggles. Through raw and emotionally charged dialogue, vivid and descriptive narrative, and a focus on introspection and character development, the script delves into the depths of human emotions and the challenges faced by the characters. The authentic portrayal of addiction and its impact on relationships adds a fresh perspective to familiar themes. With its unique voice and originality, this script stands out in its genre, offering a compelling and relatable storytelling experience for its target audience.

Standout Features Exploration of addiction : The screenplay delves into the complexities of addiction and its impact on relationships and personal growth.
Compelling relationships : The relationships between Leah, Maggie, and Junie are central to the story and provide emotional depth and conflict.
Realistic portrayal of mental health : The screenplay explores mental health issues, such as OCD and anxiety, in a realistic and sensitive manner.

Author:Christine Oliva-Castillo

Bio: In my roles as a government coordinator and screenplay writer, I am passionately committed to creating real change for those suffering with substance abuse and mental health disorders. Through a blend of action, advocacy, and storytelling my work aims to educate on the nuances of treatment and healing, the urgency of addressing core issues and systemic deficiencies, and the importance of honoring the humanity of those needing help.
The core of my ability to create vivid characters lies in an empathetic approach to writing, one that delves deep into the spectrum of human emotions. I prioritize understanding the psychological complexities and emotional journeys that my characters undergo. By exploring their fears, desires, and motivations, I'm able to bring a sense of authenticity and relatability to their narratives. This not only demands a keen observation of the world around me but also a constant reflection on the myriad ways individuals react and interact with their circumstances. Through this nuanced exploration of emotional depth the characters come alive, with their triumphs and tribulations echoing the human experience.

Tips for Writers: When it comes to breathing life into characters, my top tip for other writers is to embrace the full spectrum of human emotions. Characters should reflect the complexities of real people, which means understanding their psychology and the multitude of factors that shape their actions and reactions. Spend time with your characters, get to know their backstories, even if they don’t make it onto the page. Ask yourself what they fear, what they desire, and why. Give them contradictions, because human beings are rarely consistent. The more you know your characters, the more authentically they'll speak and act, and the more they'll resonate with your audience.

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Best in Stakes


Genre: Thriller - Suspense - Drama

Logline: Merch is a gripping and suspenseful story that follows Glenn, a 60-year-old man who becomes entangled in a dangerous criminal world of human trafficking after discovering that, in the trunk of the rental car he is delivering back, there is actually a drugged young girl. Around him there are many stories that intertwine with his adventure.

Overview: Merch is a gripping and suspenseful story that follows Glenn, a 60-year-old man who becomes entangled in a dangerous criminal world after discovering a large sum of money in a stolen car. As he tries to navigate the treacherous underworld, he must confront his own guilt and make difficult choices to protect his daughter. Along the way, he encounters a cast of complex characters, including Robby, a young man desperate to complete a mysterious task, and Sarah, a kidnapped girl determined to escape her captors. The story unfolds with twists and turns, exploring themes of guilt, redemption, and the lengths people will go to protect their loved ones.

Stakes Analysis

The screenplay effectively portrays high stakes throughout, with consistently high ratings and clear consequences for characters' actions. The intense urgency and tension create a gripping and suspenseful narrative.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 2 - explanation: Scene 2 is a notable example of high stakes, as Robby's life is in danger and the police are closing in on him. The intense urgency and the severe consequences of failure create a gripping and suspenseful moment in the screenplay.
  • Scene 10 - explanation: Scene 10 stands out for its high stakes, as Sarah's life is in immediate danger. The audience is deeply invested in her survival and the outcome of her escape attempt, which adds to the tension and suspense of the scene.
  • Scene 21 - explanation: Scene 21 is a standout moment of high stakes, as characters face life-threatening situations, criminal organizations, and the need to protect loved ones. The constant sense of danger and unpredictability keeps the audience on edge and engaged in the story.

USP This script stands out from others in its genre through its unique voice, which is characterized by concise and impactful dialogue, minimalistic narrative description, and a focus on tension and suspense. The writer's voice creates a sense of urgency, danger, and moral ambiguity, exploring themes of personal agency and the consequences of one's actions. The script's authentic and realistic dialogue adds depth to the characters and enhances the suspense and atmosphere. The writer's voice effectively conveys the internal struggles and conflicts faced by the characters, as well as the dark and dangerous world they inhabit. The best scene that encapsulates the writer's unique voice is Scene 4, which effectively conveys the protagonist's internal struggle and moral dilemma.

Standout Features Suspenseful Plot : The screenplay offers a suspenseful and gripping plot that keeps the audience engaged.
Strong Characters : The screenplay features well-developed and compelling characters that drive the story.
Twists and Turns : The screenplay includes unexpected plot twists and turns that keep the audience guessing.

Author:Simone Bartesaghi

Bio: Simone Bartesaghi is an Italian award-winning filmmaker who has been recognized by the Directors Guild of America (DGA) and AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producer) as an artist with "Extraordinary Ability in Directing”. At the age of 24 Simone received his Master’s Degree in Economics at the University of Pisa, Italy. Three years later he established a successful Consulting Company specializing in Corporate Organization and Planning. In 2001 he gave up his thriving career to pursue his childhood dream. Two years later he won several prizes as the Writer/Director of short films, but the highest recognition came when he won the first and second place at the Milan International Film Festival, and became the recipient of both the Top and second Award, TWO Scholarships for THE LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL. Only four years after his arrival in the United States, Simone directed his first feature film DOWNSTREAM, that acquired a theatrical release and also received the prestigious Accolade Award. Simone's second feature RUN, a 3D film that he wrote and directed, has won several prizes including Best Screenplay and Best Emerging Director and is distributed in USA by Millennium. The movie is about the new discipline Parkour (Freerunning) with a rich cast including Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), Adrian Pasdar (Heroes), Kelsey Chow (Pair of Kings) and William Moseley (Chronicles of Narnia). Simone’s accomplishments and communicative skills have been recognized by many educational organization around the world and he is now an Adjunct Professor in Filmmaking at the prestigious Santa Monica College. Simone is also a published author with his book "The Director's Six Senses", an innovative, unique, and engaging approach to the development of the skills that every visual storyteller must have. Simone believes that organization makes creativity work and that there is only one language that everybody can comprehend: The Language Of Images.
I'm a screenwriting teacher but also I'm a scholar. I love studying storytelling, and different methods and approaches. It's a never ending learning process for me.

Tips for Writers: 1) There is no plot driven or character driven story. Every story must have at the center a character that we empathize with. 2) Character creation is vital. I use the Thesaurus from Ackerman / Puglisi a lot 3) Archetypal behavior is basic but rooted in our psyche. 4) Think in terms of action / reaction and setup / delivery is what make a script solid and structured. 5) Every scene must have a conflict and one of the two: something new for the audience or something new for the character. If both it's best.

Best in Concept


Genre: Sci-Fi

Logline: When a quantum physicist builds an artificial intelligence to optimize humanity's destiny, he must race through time and parallel universes to stop a solar flare from destroying Earth while trying to save his wife and unborn child.

Overview: GO6 is a mind-bending chronicle of a scientist's relentless pursuit to change destinies through parallel universes and time travel. The adventure starts with a tragic accident that propels John into a race against time to save his loved ones. Guided by GO6, a supercomputer, he embarks on a journey through multiple timelines and realities. Along the way, he encounters a colorful cast of characters, including a rebellious coder, a wise mentor, and a loving father, each with their own motivations and secrets. As John delves deeper into the complexities of time travel, he discovers the profound impact of his choices, grappling with the ethical implications and the fragility of human existence.

Concept Analysis

Innovative concept of parallel universes and time travel, executed consistently with philosophical depth and unique technology.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 5 - explanation: The concept of using a portal opening device implanted in the protagonist's head to travel to a parallel universe is particularly innovative and intriguing.
  • Scene 11 - explanation: The exploration of the meaning of life and the role of relationships versus career success adds depth to the story.
  • Scene 26 - explanation: The concept of a memory-altering solution, parallel universe, and time travel adds depth and intrigue to the story.

USP Discover a captivating blend of time travel, parallel universes, and the human struggle for meaning in this groundbreaking script. Dive into the emotional journeys of complex characters, as they grapple with the consequences of manipulating destiny and the ethical implications of advanced AI. With its unique narrative techniques, this story offers a fresh perspective on the classic themes of love, loss, and redemption, taking audiences on an unforgettable ride through a richly imagined world.

Standout Features Unique Hook : The innovative blend of time travel and artificial intelligence, combined with a strong cast and compelling storyline, make this screenplay stand out.
Plot Twist : The consequences of altering the timeline add a unique twist to the story.
Distinctive Settings : The distinctive settings, including a parallel universe and space, make this screenplay visually stunning.

Author:John Richmond

Bio: John is a writer and composer from the UK. He has written five TV pilots covering many genres including Sci-Fi, Supernatural, Drama and Action. He has 15 writing, directing, producing, composing and acting credits on IMDB and his short film "A Galaxy of Marks" has won several international film festivals. He has also written a full length musical called "Gethsemane" that is available on all streaming platforms and has been online at the Edinburgh Fringe.
After studying science and religion at university I wanted to write a TV show that I would to watch influenced by some of my favorite TV shows, Quantum Leap and Dr. Who. It would be fast-paced with time travel, parallel universes, and endless possibilities. The concept had to be new and exciting, something to hook an audience, especially in the Sci-Fi genre. Over the years, I continued to tweak the concept of time travel, parallel universes and AI technology and tried to come up with my own rules on these concepts.

Tips for Writers: Be inspired by similar shows in your genre. It's vital that you have a high concept for your show, something that can easily be pitched and understood by potential viewers.

Link: Usage: is a total game changer. The notes were amazing and very comprehensive. Within hours of receiving the feedback I was working on the next draft. My show focusses on an AI satellite so it was great to have an AI read the script about a show with an AI central character. My favorite quote was "deus ex machine" which translates as "god from the machine." That's the whole concept of my TV pilot, and I'll be using the Latin phrase in future pitches.

Best in Originality

Andy Warhol Must Die!

Genre: Fantasy/Surreal Comedy/Drama

Logline: DICK DICKMAN, a frustrated, aging, ultra-MAGA gun nut with a deep love of fine art and a lifelong vendetta against Andy Warhol, gets the opportunity of a lifetime when a group of rich geriatric hippies hires him to go back in time to assassinate Warhol before he has a chance to wreak havoc on their subculture.

Overview: Andy Warhol Must Die! is a surreal and thought-provoking script that follows the journey of Dick Dickman, a disillusioned right-wing extremist who becomes involved in a mission to remove the stain of Andy Warhol's art. As Dick confronts his own beliefs and past actions, he undergoes a transformation that leads him on a path of redemption and personal growth.

Originality Analysis

The screenplay demonstrates a high level of originality through its unique and fresh approach to political conflicts, exploration of philosophical themes, and blending of personal and historical elements.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 2 - explanation: The combination of extreme right-wing ideologies, countercultural elements, and the clash of ideologies creates a fresh and unique situation.
  • Scene 3 - explanation: The situation of the January 6th insurrection is a unique and fresh approach to a political conflict.
  • Scene 8 - explanation: The combination of the urban setting of the LA River with the surreal Mirror Realm creates a unique and fresh approach.
  • Scene 23 - explanation: The combination of different locations and time periods, the use of superimposed flashback vignettes, and the exploration of themes of family, identity, and societal expectations make this scene notable for its originality.
  • Scene 33 - explanation: The surreal and distorted visuals, the blending of personal and historical elements, and the exploration of internal conflicts in a unique and imaginative way make this scene notable for its originality.

USP This script offers a unique and captivating blend of political satire, surreal imagery, and thought-provoking themes. Through its diverse and dynamic voice, the script explores the clash of ideologies, the consequences of extremism, and the power of art to inspire change. The authentic and complex characters, along with innovative storytelling techniques, create a compelling and immersive experience for the audience. With its fresh approach to familiar themes and its ability to provoke reflection and discussion, this script stands out in its genre and will captivate its target audience with its originality and compelling storytelling.

Standout Features Unique Blend of Genres : The screenplay combines elements of drama, psychological thriller, and social commentary to create a unique and compelling story.
Exploration of America's Cultural Landscape : The screenplay delves into the disillusionment and anger felt by many Americans, exploring themes of cultural decay and the search for personal redemption.
Visual and Narrative Style : The screenplay incorporates innovative visual and narrative techniques, such as blending art styles and exploring different time periods, to create a visually stunning and thought-provoking story.

Author:Graham Lee

Bio: Graham Lee grew up in a whirlpool of Northern California countercultures. His nomadic childhood was spent backstage at Grateful Dead concerts, in drum circle gatherings, clown camps, goddess festivals, and roaming the eclectic streets of Santa Cruz. Living in constant tumult and being the perpetual new kid on the block, Graham found his home in his imagination, approaching the world with the openness and curiosity of an astronaut exploring a new planet and interpreting it with his pen or through the lens of his video camera. "I truly believe Graham Lee was born to make film," said David Moessinger, Executive Producer of Walker Texas Ranger. "With him, it's a compulsion. If he were locked in solitary confinement and given a camera, he'd do an epic about cockroaches." Graham's screenplay, Reno Drifters, was recognized by the CineStory Foundation, Scriptapalooza, and the Scriptation Showcase. He wrote and directed the ultra-low-budget feature film All Roads Lead to Occidental, which premiered at the Sacramento International Film Festival in 2014. His short film, Reflections, was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2016 Playhouse West Film Festival. Three of his other shorts, Vengeance is a Laugh (2011), Whitmore (2012), and Counterpart (2013), were winners at the MMTB (Movie Making Throughout the Bay Area) Director's Challenge. In addition, Graham has worked as a screenwriter for Standing Bear Productions, collaborating with Afghan author Hamid Naweed on adapting his short story, Let's Walk Together, into a feature-length war drama.
To be honest, I don't feel qualified to comment on how I scored well in "originality." The true answer is probably way beyond my depth as the filmic equivalent of a wandering minstrel. However, when it comes to this script specifically, there are a couple of factors that may have contributed to its perceived originality: 1. Not being precious: The initial seed of the idea for this film literally came from my brother and me wandering around a Spirit Halloween store, goofing around with a mullet wig, beer helmet, and ammo belt while improvising the character of Dick Dickman. At the end of the day, on some level, making a movie is just playing make-believe, and I think carrying this spirit of lighthearted play through the whole writing process freed me to explore some areas I might not have if I had taken it "seriously." 2. Trusting my curiosity: By focusing on a question I was deeply interested in finding answers to, I found myself on a fun personal and intellectual crusade. This crusade led me through the relevant decades of U.S. history, to the prophetic ideas of Marshall McLuhan, to epic and narrative poetry, to various books of literary criticism, to the fall of the Roman empire. The salient takeaway is that I was committed to finding a way to tell this story in a way that resonated with my passion and interests rather than trying to follow a template or create something that would appeal to various key demographics.

Tips for Writers: My paradoxical advice is not to take any advice from myself or anyone else too seriously. I feel that originality is a powerful currency that comes more from your perspective and the way you combine and interpret ideas and experience than from re-inventing the wheel in some profound way. To me, having a perspective in writing is the ability to articulate the way you experience your story and idea rather than being paralyzed by the perspective of people in positions of power and authority. They may have valuable things to say, so listen, but take it all with a grain of salt. Having an interesting perspective comes from being an interesting person, so embrace life and all it has to offer! If you can, travel, wander the streets at night in the rain, meditate in the desert, chase flying saucers, climb temples, love passionately, and never stop reading!

Best in External Goal


Genre: Action

Logline: A troubled reporter who’s friend has been kidnapped by a Tijuana drug cartel, receives unexpected help from a man who claims he is relieving the same day over and over again – and died every time

Overview: Renata, a determined journalist, investigates the kidnapping of her friend Ximena. She teams up with Seth, a man stuck in a time loop, to uncover a conspiracy involving cartels and politicians. As they evade dangerous gunmen and face their own inner demons, they must find Ximena and bring justice to those responsible.

External Goal Analysis

The screenplay effectively portrays external goals that reflect the immediate circumstances and challenges faced by the protagonist. The goals drive the plot and create tension. However, some external goals could benefit from more complexity and depth.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 5 - explanation: Scene 5 is a standout moment as the protagonist's external goal is to lose the men who are tracking them and escape from danger. This scene effectively creates tension and showcases the immediate challenges they are facing.
  • Scene 14 - explanation: Scene 14 is notable as the protagonist's external goal is to evade the sicarios and reach safety. This scene is intense and highlights the immediate circumstances and challenges they're facing.
  • Scene 19 - explanation: Scene 19 stands out as the protagonist's external goal is to reach their car and drive away to safety. This scene creates a sense of urgency and reflects the immediate challenges they're facing.
  • Scene 20 - explanation: Scene 20 is notable as the protagonist's external goal is to deal with the threat posed by Tejon and escape the city. This scene is filled with suspense and showcases the immediate circumstances and challenges they're facing.
  • Scene 27 - explanation: Scene 27 is a standout moment as the protagonist's external goal is to find Renata and ensure her safety. This scene is filled with tension and highlights the dangerous streets of Tijuana.

USP This script offers a unique blend of tension, urgency, and emotional depth, with a distinctive voice that creates a sense of danger, suspense, and unpredictability. The sharp and impactful dialogue, combined with vivid and dynamic visual descriptions, keeps the reader engaged and creates a fast-paced and engaging reading experience. The script explores themes of justice, redemption, and the complexities of human nature, while also delving into moral dilemmas and societal issues. With its fresh approach to familiar situations and its exploration of character growth and transformation, this script stands out in its genre. It will captivate its target audience with its thrilling action sequences, compelling storytelling techniques, and authentic portrayal of characters.

Standout Features Unique Setting : The dangerous and exotic setting of Tijuana adds a unique element to the story and can attract audiences.
Strong Female Protagonist : Renata's determination and bravery make her a compelling and relatable character.
Suspenseful Plot : The gripping storyline and constant danger keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Author:Lee Brandt

Bio: I'm an actor/writer, half America and half Mexican. I've wanted to tell stories since I was a naive child, and I'm still naive enough to make things happen. My screenplays have been optioned by the likes of Albert S. Ruddy (producer of The Godfather), and my screenplays have made the finals or the quarterfinals of the Nicholl Fellowship, Slamdance and Script Pipeline competitions
I was mentored by really talented writers like AnnMarie Morais, Ezequiel Martinez and a few others

Tips for Writers: Make sure you workshop your script vigorously until you get very good coverage ratings. And here's something that I've discovered: producers and reps value strong and distinct dialogue over plot, so make sure your dialogue is undeniably strong

Pros and Cons


Logline: John Wick meets Romancing the Stone. Adept covert operative Dalton juggles rescuing a woman from kidnappers, and untangling his life with a clever grifter and her son, as he seeks to retire and find a legitimate connection in a world of deception.

Overview: Dalton, a seasoned mercenary with a checkered past, embarks on a dangerous mission to protect a mysterious woman and her son from relentless threats. Along the way, he must confront his own demons, navigate treacherous terrains, and form unexpected alliances. As the lines between friend and foe blur, Dalton learns the true meaning of redemption and the importance of embracing a new path.

External Goal Analysis

The screenplay consistently presents well-defined external goals, driving the plot forward and creating high-stakes situations. A few scenes could benefit from clearer external goals, but overall, the external goals contribute to an engaging and suspenseful narrative.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 5, 7, 21, 36 - explanation: These scenes have external goals directly related to the protagonist's survival and safety, creating high-stakes situations that add tension and excitement to the screenplay.
  • Scene 14, 39 - explanation: These scenes showcase the protagonist's moral dilemmas and the immediate challenges of deciding whether to continue a dangerous career or walk away, adding depth to the external goal.

USP Discover a thrilling, action-packed adventure with complex characters, sharp wit, and unexpected twists. "Dalton's Quest" combines high-stakes espionage, family drama, and humor in a unique blend that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Witness Dalton, a skilled mercenary, navigate treacherous terrains and form unlikely alliances while seeking redemption and a chance at a normal life. This screenplay's fast-paced action, memorable dialogue, and unpredictable plot will leave you breathless and wanting more.

Standout Features Unique Hook : A high-paid mercenary who wants to leave his dangerous career behind and find normalcy and a serious relationship.
Plot Twist : Maddy's secretive job and her growing feelings for Dalton.
Distinctive Setting : The Cayman Islands and the world of high-stakes mercenary work.
Innovative Ideas : Dalton's struggle to leave his dangerous career behind and find a serious relationship.

Author:TIM DAY

Bio: I’ve written projects for Dimension Films (Hellraiser: Hellseeker and Hellraiser: Deader, Pulse and Halloween), Jerry Bruckheimer (Aftershock), Roland Emmerich/Sony (untitled Atlantis Project), Lionsgate (You’ve Been Warned/James Patterson novel adaptation), A Bigger Boat (Dark Corners). Bloodlist Alum.
I just try to have fun with the writing and the world of the story. If I'm engaged, hopefully the audience will be.

Tips for Writers: You have to find a way to connect with the ready first and keep the writing tonally the same as the genre you're working in. Usage: I use ScriptReader to get an objective read on the story without bias that can be based on what a reader thinks the market wants.

Best in Structure

Desert Rats

Genre: War Drama

Logline: A guns-blazing war drama chronicling the formation of the SAS, and special forces warfare as they happened in North Africa during World War 2.

Overview: Desert Rats is an intense and action-packed war drama set in the Sahara Desert during World War II. The story follows Captain Stirling and his tank crew as they navigate the dangers of battle and face the harsh realities of war. After a devastating attack leaves Stirling as the sole survivor, he embarks on a journey of survival and self-discovery. Along the way, he encounters a young Arab girl named Amal, who becomes his guide and source of support. As Stirling and his crew face numerous challenges and obstacles, they must rely on their resilience and camaraderie to overcome the odds. The script explores themes of survival, war, identity, friendship, and sacrifice.

Structure Analysis

The screenplay demonstrates a strong overall structure with clear establishment of setting and characters, effective progression of conflict and tension, and logical flow of actions and dialogue. Notable examples include scenes 5, 10, and 15. Improvement can be made in developing character dynamics, enhancing scene headings and action lines, and refining pacing in certain scenes.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 5 - explanation: Scene 5 is notable for its clear beginning, middle, and end, effectively establishing the protagonist's actions and interactions with other characters. The match cut at the end creates a sense of anticipation for the upcoming mission.
  • Scene 10 - explanation: Scene 10 serves as the end of the teaser and the start of Act I. The scene effectively introduces the protagonist in a dangerous situation and ends with a title card, indicating the transition to the next phase of the story.
  • Scene 15 - explanation: Scene 15 focuses on Stirling's internal and external goals, providing a clear progression of the narrative. The scene effectively utilizes dialogue to develop the character and advance the plot.

USP This script offers a unique and intense portrayal of war in the Sahara Desert during World War II. With its gritty and action-oriented writing style, vivid descriptions, and concise dialogue, it immerses the audience in the dangerous and chaotic world of battle. The script stands out from others in its genre by showcasing the harsh realities and sacrifices of war, while also exploring themes of survival, camaraderie, and the human spirit. Its unique voice and storytelling techniques create a sense of urgency, tension, and emotional depth, making it compelling for its target audience. This script is a captivating and authentic piece of storytelling that offers a fresh perspective on the war genre.

Standout Features Unique Setting : The Sahara Desert and the North African campaign provide a unique and visually stunning backdrop for the story.
Character Development : The screenplay delves into the personal struggles and growth of the main characters, adding depth and emotional resonance to the story.
Action Sequences : The intense and realistic action sequences, including tank battles and desert warfare, provide thrilling and visually captivating moments.

Author:Chad Simpson and Will Kresch

Bio: Chad and Will are filmmakers and collaborators. Chad recently produced the Jim Gaffigan sci-fi "Linoleum" and is a Co-Executive Producer on the Paramount+ series, "Lawmen: Bass Reeves". Will recently premiered his first feature, "Alone Together" at Screamfest LA.
Study and work.

Tips for Writers: Study and work.


Genre: Thriller/Drama

Logline: A group of people that survived a high school massacre attend their 20 year high school reunion.

Overview: Alumni is a gripping and emotional script that weaves together the lives of several Ravenwood High School alumni, as they reunite and confront their past traumas. The story follows Mark, Nathan, Jasmine, Eva, and Michael, among others, as they navigate through high school reunions, medical emergencies, and personal growth. Along the way, they encounter unexpected challenges and form connections that help them heal and move forward.

Structure Analysis

The screenplay has a strong overall structural integrity, with clear scene headings, effective progression of events, and smooth transitions between locations and time periods. However, there are areas that could be improved, such as enhancing scene transitions and developing emotional depth in certain scenes.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 4 - explanation: This scene effectively conveys the progression of a medical emergency and the actions of the characters. The structure follows the expected format for its genre, with clear scene headings, action lines, and dialogue.
  • Scene 12 - explanation: This scene begins with a description of the setting, introduces the characters, presents the conflict, and ends with a cliffhanger. The structure follows the expected format for its genre and effectively engages the audience.
  • Scene 16 - explanation: The structure of this scene follows the expected format for its genre. It starts with a location and time description, introduces the characters, and progresses through a series of actions and dialogue.
  • Scene 17 - explanation: This scene effectively establishes the setting, introduces the character's internal and external goals, and resolves the immediate conflict. The structure follows the expected format for its genre.
  • Scene 41 - explanation: This scene effectively builds tension and suspense through the progression of events. The structure follows the expected format for its genre and keeps the audience engaged.

USP This script offers a unique blend of technical accuracy, emotional depth, and character-driven storytelling. It stands out from others in its genre by authentically portraying a range of complex characters and their interconnected lives. The script explores themes of trauma, healing, and personal growth, creating a compelling and immersive narrative. With its vivid atmosphere, engaging dialogue, and introspective voice, this script will captivate its target audience and leave a lasting impact as a powerful piece of storytelling.

Standout Features Violent Attack : The shocking and brutal attack on Mark and the other students creates a sense of urgency and danger.
Survivor's Journey : The exploration of trauma and the characters' journey towards healing and redemption.
High School Reunion : The reunion serves as a catalyst for the characters to confront their past and face their demons.
Mystery and Suspense : The screenplay incorporates elements of mystery and suspense, keeping the audience engaged and guessing.
Exploration of Social Issues : The screenplay delves into relevant social issues such as drug addiction, violence, and the impact of past events on individuals and communities.

Author:Ramon Gutierrez

Bio: Aspiring screenwriter with a penchant for horror and dramatics.
Honestly, I'm shocked my pilot was even considered among some of top the top-scoring submissions. I've always doubted my ability to write due to my lack of education in the subject, so to have it validated it this manner means a great deal.

Tips for Writers: Just be honest in what you want you stories to reflect. Being genuine can resonate more than staunchly adhering to "the rules."

Link: No. Usage: I was just curious how it worked and was surprised by how thorough it ended up being. My favorite quote from the analysis was "Sudden and shocking ending may be too intense for some viewers" when a sudden and shocking death in the very beginning was praised for the exact thing the ending was critiqued for.

Best in Internal Goal

L O V E S t r o k e s

Genre: Drama

Logline: Art ignites passion when a fiery artist collides with a reserved painter, forcing them to confront their demons and paint their own masterpiece of love.

Overview: L O V E S t r o k e s is a poetic exploration of art, love, and personal growth set in the vibrant cityscape of Manila and the bustling streets of New York City. The story follows Mateo, a passionate artist, and Elamitria, a fearless gypsy artist, as they navigate their artistic paths, confront their conflicts and insecurities, and find their place in the world. Their deep love for each other is tested by their conflicting goals and aspirations, leading to a heartbreaking realization that they are incompatible. However, their journey of self-discovery and reconciliation ultimately brings them back together, embracing their love and artistic visions.

Internal Goal Analysis

The screenplay effectively portrays the internal goals of the characters, with consistent ratings and clear explanations. The strengths include well-defined goals, emphasis on deeper needs, and emotional journeys. Areas of improvement include providing specific actions, exploring secondary characters' goals, and evolving internal goals throughout the story.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 17 - explanation: In this scene, the characters express their love and appreciation for each other, reflecting their deep need for connection and their desire to be understood and cherished. This moment further strengthens their relationship and adds emotional depth to the story.
  • Scene 28 - explanation: The characters' internal goal in this scene is to fulfill their responsibility as documentarians and share the stories of the protesters with the world. This reflects their deeper desire to make a difference and contribute to social change. The scene effectively showcases their passion and dedication to their internal goals.
  • Scene 36 - explanation: In this scene, the protagonist's internal goal is to create a sense of home in their new apartment, reflecting their deeper need for familiarity and belonging. The scene highlights their desire for comfort and happiness in their new surroundings, adding depth to their character development.

USP This script offers a unique and poetic exploration of art, love, and personal growth. With its vibrant and atmospheric scenes, the script captures the beauty and chaos of Manila while delving into the deep connections between the characters. The writer's poetic and introspective voice adds depth and emotion to the dialogue and narrative, creating a captivating storytelling experience. This script stands out from others in its genre by offering a fresh perspective on the challenges faced by artists, the power of artistic expression, and the complexities of romantic relationships. It will appeal to a target audience who appreciates evocative storytelling, rich character development, and thought-provoking themes. Overall, this script is compelling as a piece of storytelling due to its unique voice, distinctive characters, and innovative storytelling techniques.

Standout Features Cultural Blend : The unique blend of Filipino and Western cultures, providing a fresh and diverse perspective on love and art.
Visual Spectacle : The visually stunning settings of Manila and New York City, capturing the vibrant energy of both cities.
Artistic Exploration : The exploration of art as a means of self-expression and cultural identity, adding depth and richness to the story.

Author:Oreoluwa Asonibare

Bio: I enjoy creating introspective scenes with atmospheric settings, choosing to atimes focus on the complexities of relationships and personal growth.
I keep sharpening my skills through every interaction. I allow questions to guide my learning and try to create personalized, impactful emotionally resonation scenes.

Tips for Writers: Immerse Yourself in Language; Experiment and Play; Seek Feedback and Embrace Iteration; Pay Attention to Detail.

Nock-nock -

Genre: Drama, Psychological Thriller, Mystery

Logline: In the grip of addiction and haunted by a failing relationship, a man's desperate attempt to prove his worth spirals into a harrowing journey of delusion, betrayal, and a quest for redemption, blurring the lines between reality and paranoia.

Overview: Nock-nock follows George, a troubled man, as he navigates through paranoia, fear, and a deteriorating relationship with his wife, Loraine. The story delves into George's descent into darkness, his desperate attempts to hold onto love, and the revelation of shocking truths.

Internal Goal Analysis

The screenplay effectively portrays internal goals, consistently revealing characters' deeper needs, fears, and desires. Scene 1, 3, and 11 are notable examples of this strength.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 1 - explanation: George's internal goal to maintain normalcy and happiness in his relationship with Loraine effectively showcases his need for stability and security. This scene also highlights the couple's emotional connection, making it a notable example of internal goal development.
  • Scene 3 - explanation: George's internal goal to confront his fears and come to terms with a traumatic event demonstrates his vulnerability and resilience. This scene is particularly notable for its emotional depth and the protagonist's growth.
  • Scene 11 - explanation: George's internal goal to confront his guilt and fear, as well as to save Loraine, highlights his desire for redemption and forgiveness. This scene effectively combines action and emotion, making it a standout moment in the screenplay.

USP This script offers a unique blend of light-hearted dialogue and sudden shifts in tone, creating a captivating and suspenseful journey. At its core, it's a psychological exploration of a troubled character, George, who grapples with addiction, mental health issues, and intense emotions. The innovative storytelling techniques immerse the audience in George's inner world, revealing the fragility of happiness and the power of love. With its authentic characters, intriguing plot twists, and a distinctive voice, this script stands out in the genre, promising a compelling and emotionally engaging experience for its target audience.

Standout Features Unique Hook : The film's exploration of mental health and fear, combined with its intense and unique plot, sets it apart from other psychological thrillers
Plot Twist : The revelation that George's neighbor is missing, and the subsequent investigation by detectives, adds an additional layer of intrigue and tension to the story
Distinctive Setting : The film's setting in George and Loraine's home creates a claustrophobic and intense atmosphere, heightening the sense of fear and paranoia
Innovative Ideas : The film's exploration of mental health and fear is a fresh and innovative take on the psychological thriller genre
Unique Characters : George's struggle with mental health and fear creates a unique and compelling character, with a complex and nuanced inner life

Author:Suren Ter-Avakian

Bio: Originating from a nation once epitomized as dystopian, known as the USSR, it was in the year 1989 that I inaugurated the initial series of comic books ever to be published within this territory's annals. Subsequently, my career trajectory led me to assume roles as a playwright and an artist affiliated with the Moscow Film Studio. Transitioning locales in 1994, my domicile became America, a setting where my vocational endeavors expanded to encompass positions such as a waiter, a taxi driver, a journalist, and a computer engineer. This tapestry of experiences, bestowed upon me by the whims of fate, has been immensely instrumental in enriching my contributions to the realm of drama.
It was probably a combination of several factors, such as life experience, love of books, and love of cinema.

Tips for Writers: Engage deeply with a broad spectrum of literature and cinematic scripts. Conduct an exhaustive analysis of exemplary films, endeavoring to discern the underlying reasons for your captivation. What specific elements draw your interest? It is imperative to recall that each sentence within a script must be crafted to intrigue and captivate the audience's attention.

Link: Usage: ScriptReader emerges as an exceedingly beneficial instrument, facilitating the dissection of screenplays with unparalleled impartiality. It aids in the elucidation of the narrative's virtues and deficiencies, offering a comprehensive critique of its structural integrity and thematic depth.

Best in Engagement

Rich Nigga Shit

Genre: Comedy

Logline: A Midwestern working class biracial man's life is flipped upside down when he's thrown into the bougie and boisterous world of Atlanta's upper class after his husband relocates the family for a job.

Overview: Rich Nigga Shit follows the journey of Devonte and Dakota, an interracial couple navigating family dynamics, racial identity, and societal expectations. As they face challenges within their families and personal struggles, they strive for acceptance, growth, and unity.

Engagement Analysis

The screenplay maintains a high engagement level throughout, with consistent humor, tension, and emotional depth. Notable scenes include 23 and 14, while scenes 7 and 8 have room for improvement.

Notable Examples
  • Scene 23 - explanation: This scene stands out due to its intense emotional conflict, raw and authentic dialogue, and deep exploration of complex relationships, making it a powerful moment in the screenplay.
  • Scene 14 - explanation: This scene is notable for its witty dialogue, dramatic revelations, and complex character interactions, which keep the audience engaged and invested in the story.

USP Discover a groundbreaking exploration of interracial relationships, family dynamics, and societal expectations in this innovative screenplay. With its sharp wit, raw emotional depth, and daring commentary on race and identity, this story offers a fresh and authentic portrayal of the complexities of modern life. Featuring unforgettable characters, unexpected revelations, and a captivating blend of humor and drama, this screenplay promises to challenge, entertain, and inspire its audience. Dive into the rich tapestry of this unique world and experience a story that will leave you breathless and wanting more.

Standout Features Unique Hook : Exploration of racial identity and acceptance within an African American family, with a focus on LGBTQ+ themes and representation.
Plot Twist : The revelation of Grady's racial background and his relationship with Jerome.
Distinctive Setting : The contrast between Atlanta and Colorado as settings, highlighting the cultural differences and experiences of the characters.
Innovative Ideas : The intersection of racial identity, family dynamics, and LGBTQ+ themes, providing a fresh perspective on these issues.

Author:Isaiah Trenton

Bio: I'm a gay Black writer raised in the Deep South with a background in theater and sketch comedy. My work blends racial, cultural and social issues with brash in your face comedy.
I've been working as a writer for 15 years. It's just practice

Tips for Writers: Practice. Don't be afraid to fail. Be willing to challenge yourself. Learn your strengths.

Link: I do not Usage: I used it mostly to learn what I was doing right.