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Soon we’ll be releasing the 2016 Hit List, our compilation of the best year’s best spec scripts as voted on by industry professionals. In preparation for its release, we’re taking a look back at the 2013 Hit List writers — where they’ve been, and where they are today.
Logline: An Afghan journalist, exiled from his war-torn country to a small bohemian community in Northern California, attempts to turn his menial job on the local police blotter into “Afghan-style” coverage of local crime until he gets drawn into the backwoods of the small town – a shadow Northern California where sex is casual, true friendship is hard to come by and an unfamiliar form of violence lurks all around.
Logline: Pitched as “Pulp Fiction” meets “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.” Story follows a mob fixer who retires to repair his broken family, but when his son is uninterested in his father’s affections, he turns back to work and finds a willing protege in a young drug dealer.