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Ensemble Entertainment is out with DOG MEETS GIRL by Mark Goff & Anise Goff. Dog-phobic Calvin Barnes, whose zealous dog-rescuer girlfriend just dumped him, accidentally hits an adorable stray and finds that he’s somehow switched bodies with the pup. Now he has two big problems….
Heavy scheduling for managers’ and clients’ meetings, logging submissions, rolling calls, reading and coverage, and scouting potential clients and projects.
Between June 1st and June 30th, we tracked a total of 22 feature specs out. We’ve been coming from a steadily declining slump of material out, but June turned it around from May’s slow market. While not the highest number of features out this year, things are starting to mend.
Ensemble out with PROKSE by G.J. Echternkamp & Kyle Stiff. In the near future, automation has replaced much of our traditional forms of employment, creating a class of mass joblessness and poverty. But a technology is invented that allows people to “rent out” their bodies to the wealthy – acting as physical proxies for their clients’ senses and desires. Now someone has taken this to the extreme, hosting Prokse parties where anything goes, even murder.
The story follows a reclusive academic who lives in a world of books and ideas. When he marries his illiterate housekeeper, it is believed he is taking advantage of her, but her own secret power tilts their relationship in strange and unexpected directions.
TheOrange Is the New Black actress and the Dog Eat Dog scribe are teaming back up after working together on the 2008 indie Your Name Here.
Logline: After he arrives in Thailand for the funeral of his fomer commanding officer who recently died in a boating accident, a young ex-marine begins to suspect foul play at hand, and begins to investigate the seedy Bangkok underworld, looking for answers.
Logline: On November 6, 1964, U.S. Army pilot Daniel Dawson went Missing In Action after Viet Cong soldiers shot down his L-19 surveillance plane. Three weeks later, his younger brother Don, a 24-year-old boat captain, left his job, his family and friends, emptied his bank account, and traveled to Vietnam to rescue his brother–or bring his body home to his widow and four children.