The Top 10 feature scripts in contention to become the 2014 LPFC winner!
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Logline: A piano teacher living in Moscow in 1983 pays a price for rebellion.
Logline: An overprotective father must save his teenage daughter from a shapeshifting demon.
An agent who works for a covert time manipulation agency must take highly inventive action to ensure his very existence.
Your First Look at the Top 25 Scripts & Writers of the 2014 Launch Pad Features Competition!
The “Mad Men” actor has signed with ICM Partners.
Funny or Die reimagines the classic!
Logline: Kept under wraps.
Logline: Follows Caroline Hebard, whose search-and-rescue dogs have saved lives after earthquakes, bombings, and 9/11.
Logline: A team of thiefs comes together to steal a lock box full of diamonds that is being transported to a ski hotel in Switzerland, to be smuggled over the border.
Logline: Kept under wraps, but takes place on a pier in the U.K.
Logline: In the far future, four soldiers awaiting rescue or death at an isolated outpost fall victim to infighting and paranoia.
Logline: Inspired by his favourite rom-coms, a cinephile tries to win a girl’s heart by pretending to be someone he’s not.
Logline: A woman's wish that she and her friends could stop growing apart backfires, and threatens to destroy a whole community.
When Earth is taken over by the overly confident Boov, an alien race in search of a new place to call home, all humans are promptly relocated while all Boov get busy reorganizing the planet.
Logline: Based on the myth about heavy metal bands putting subliminal Satanic messages into their music.
The franchise is in ruins, I tell you, ruins!
Logline: Set in a world where technology enables people to create a replica of a deceased loved one, to help them cope with their loss, the film follows the son of a couple who dies in an accident and is replicated by his parents, but who becomes conscious that he’s not really human.
Logline: The lives of two pairs of aging siblings converge and overlap and issues are raised over disputed territory, sibling love, and devastating revenge in the Cévennes region of southern France.
“The League” ends its season by going up in flames.
Logline: A young girl moves from New York to a mythical village in Ireland. There, she discovers a link between herself and the 300-year-old legend of the mysterious Black Knight, who regularly haunts the sleepy village.
Bloody drumsticks and electrifying performances drum up “Whiplash” as one of the best of the year.
While it entertains, listen closely and you can hear the studio heads counting the money made splitting “Mockingjay” into two movies.