Browsing: Luke Maxwell
Following up on his Top 50 placement in the 2018 Launch Pad Features Competition as well as his selection to…
Nina, a public administrator for the city of New York, can’t shake the sense that there’s a pattern connecting a series of seemingly natural deaths across the five boroughs. What she discovers is a murderer who has come back from the future and a trail of bodies for which she bears a bizarre, time-twisting responsibility.
An outcast Uber driver leads a double life of “Creeping”; the phenomena of breaking into, and then existing in, people’s houses while they are still at home and unaware. But when he witnesses something he shouldn’t have seen during one of his “Creeps,” his secret world unravels around him and he’s forced to face his past in order to protect the very people that he’s been creeping on.
With her partner bleeding out, Sgt. Patricia Walker must form an unlikely alliance with an Imam to survive in a terrorist occupied Syrian village. But as they work to facilitate a rescue, neither of them know if they can hold up their end of the bargain.
Halle Harlow is a rebellious teen who heads out on an adventure with her absentee father after discovering the necklace he left her is the key to Atlantis. Together they have to escape nefarious billionaires, work with secret societies, and befriend television stars to find the lost city.
Sam and Ed just wanted to work through their relationship problems but when they found out their therapist is part of an alien race hell-bent on weeding out dysfunctional couples from the face of the Earth the two suddenly have a lot more to work out together in order to survive.
Logline: Ten years ago, humanity prevailed in its war of extinction against the androids. Today, in a world that’s healing, 16-year-old Ellie feels like so many of her orphan generation: lost, broken, and aimless. But a freak accident on a camping trip reveals she’s nothing of the kind. Ellie comes back online. She’s an android, the last survivor. On the run, Ellie will fight to keep herself and her human friends alive for at least one more night.