Tag Archives: Ross Putman
Filmmaker Ross Putman created the Twitter feed @femscriptintros to expose some of the worst examples of misogyny he’s come across through reading thousands of screenplays. The account became a part of the conversation surrounding diversity in Hollywood, which is why we wanted to know more about the man behind the feminist feed.
Logline: A female con artist on the run in New York City targets a struggling Vice Magazine writer as her next mark only to question her hustle when they develop real feelings for one another.
A sarcastic, closeted teenager begins a relationship with her classmate, a girl who’s questioning her sexuality.
Logline: Kept under wraps but pitched as being in the vein of “Night at the Museum” set in the White House.
Logline: After two college virgins hook up, they discover that they are pregnant with twins and must embark on a road trip to California to break the news to their dysfunctional families.
Logline: Pitched as a hostage thriller in the vein of “Dog Day Afternoon”. When a hapless would-be-criminal winds up stuck in a drug tunnel with the cartel on the Mexican side and the DEA on the American side, the hostage he takes might be the only thing keeping him alive.
Logline: A jaded abortion doctor navigates an existential crisis with the help of his institutionalized son and Benjamin Franklin-impersonating best friend.
Logline: A woman wakes up on New Year’s Day and discovers that she’s reliving the previous year all over again.
Logline: Project will use the GQ article as a jumping off point for a globe-trotting thriller with twists.
Logline: A young man is wrongly sentenced to juvie and breaks out to expose a corrupt judge who is profiting off of the entire system.