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A comprehensive list of our Launch Pad Alumni and their scripts. Managers take note! These writers are currently only represented by agents, so get them while their hot!

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HEMINGWAY BOY

Logline: A fatherless copywriter uncovers a stash of immaculate love letters dated the year he was born, and postmarked from Key West and Havana, Cuba. Convinced he is Hemingway’s bastard love child, he travels down to Key West with his teenage son in tow to usurp his birthright.
Writer: Eric M. Brown
Genre: |
Representation: Signed with CAA – Chelsea ReedMatt Martin
Why you
should read:
 The characters big and small, are so well developed, they walked right off the page and created this world around me as I read. The story is full of heart, mixed beautifully with comedic and dramatic tones. SIDEWAYS meets LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE.
Request It:  CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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HYPERBARIC

Logline: A traumatized sailor must confront the fear that cut short his promising navy , when he’s forced to pilot a homemade drug submarine.
Writer: Dominic Morgan & Matthew Harvey
Genre: Contained | Action |
Representation: Signed with: APA – David Saunders
Why you
should read:
This is a tight thriller almost completely set on a submarine. It’s tense and exciting, with a simple plot, interesting characters, this script never loses steam. TRAINING DAY meets DAS BOOT.
Request It: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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LONG ISLAND

Logline: A 1970s suburban coming-of-age tale akin to “The Wonder Years” that follows the Sugarman family’s move from Brooklyn to Long Island from the perspective of a 14-year-old boy.
Writer Bio: Robert Weinberger
Genre:
Representation: Sign with Preferred Artists – Roger Strull
Why you
should read:
Mixing emotional and relatable characters with drama, humor and just the right amount of nostalgia to make this a weekly must watch. Great writing, strong story and the weekly reminder of who we all once were will make this a hit coming-of-age series.
ALMOST FAMOUS meets THE WONDER YEARS.
Read it: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST THE SCREENPLAY

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SHIVERS, THE

Logline: An angst-ridden half demon inadvertently possesses the girl of his dreams and must struggle to make amends while she struggles to take revenge.
Writer: Mike Van Waes
Genre:
Representation: Signed with ICM – Allie BerkowitzDoug Johnson
Why you
should read:
Front to back, one of the funniest, most clever, and well-written scripts you will read this year. With an enticing mix of horror, action, and comedy all in one enjoyable package, you’ll find yourself laughing and jumping as each page flies by.
AMERICAN PIE  meets ROSEMARY’S BABY.
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SPY WHO TRIED TO STOP A WAR, THE

Logline: The remarkable true story of Katharine Gun, a woman who stood up to her government and the US in defense of the truth about the war in Iraq.
Writer: Gregory Berstein & Sara Bernstein
Genre: |
Representation: Signed with Original Artists – Jordan Bayer
Why you
should read:
Based on a gripping true story, this script is a near perfect example of its genre and with the right elements could easily be seen drawing in crowds for this political nail biter. 
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