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Aided by a mysterious young monk, an entrepreneur facing roadblocks to his financial survival finds the way by re-living three of his past lives.
*An official selection in more than a dozen international film festivals.*
Written by Melvin Leroy Abercrombie (United States)
I just won my 35th award, Venus community, Istanbul Turkey, thank you film freeway, I have over a hundred books/screenplays, already setup as a movie script with lots of special effects and shape shifting scenes, available at Amazon.com, I am the Rebellious teacher, a pile of books and a holy bible in one hand and a bottle of whiskey in the other hand, fighting demons, the religious system and the educational system, trying to teach to a world that does not want to know the truth, all part of the Knights of Avalon TV series, II am retired, willing to travel, consider book to movie contract for all, one price, make me an offer. Melvin Abercrombie 309 Chelsea drive 3-2 Streetman Texas 75859 (903)519-2960 firstname.lastname@example.org, I can send free download for any book/screenplay upon request thank you
Written by Pamela PerryGoulardt (United States)
An optimistic Goth Librarian accidentally frees the pessimistic Ghost of Edgar Allan Poe, who demands she assist him in seeking revenge for his brutal murder.
Written by Eric J Hine (United States)
Billy is the typical American teenage boy, believing he is entitled to much more than what he already has. When his cynical ideology collides into that of another raised with significantly contrasting values and a lottery ticket, he finds himself on a fast-paced, life-changing journey with moral, ethical, and even legal consequences. Not only are Billy’s classmates watching to see what happens, but so is the rest of the world.
~ Written by Eric J Hine (United States)
The shockingly true story of deceit, forgery, and murder involving the Church of Latter Day Saints, the worlds most prolific forger, and even the United States Government!
~ Written by Avi Nieves (United States)
When a stoic ex-mercenary is forced to complete a seemingly routine security job, he realizes that his twisted and violent life, future, and past, will decide his fate as he fights to survive an ordinary day in an unstable Philly hospital.
~ Written by Ben Sarro (United States)
A non-believer with a tragic past meets with a firm believer, who tries to bring him back to the light.
Detectives search for the murder of a little girl found buried in the woods of Long Island. The only clue is a tee shirt found on the body.
A twenty-something inner-city teacher and constant womanizer moonlights as a sex-worker.
When a video of a doctor with a god-like healing ability goes viral, he must grapple with public outcry, his inability to heal his own wife, and his estranged, religious fanatic mother’s belief he is an instrument of the devil.
Desperately in need of income, a recently unemployed man reluctantly turns to exotic dancing in his brother’s gay bar.
When journalist Jess Duffey gets the first chapters of a bad serial-killer novel, she dismisses it as a prank, a ploy for publicity. Until she follows the writer’s directions to the grave and stumbles head-first into an FBI investigation of a grisly cold case.
The manuscript is not fiction. It’s true crime.
The anonymous chapters keep coming, leading Jess and the police to more horrifying discoveries of brutal murders committed years earlier. The killer wants Jess to publish his account, word for word, and doing so is the only way Jess and FBI Agent Corrina Stone can find the killer before he completes his evil mission: to kill Fifteen Times.
One cold morning at the Apachieland saloon two men walked in and sat at the end of the bar to my right. One was a big fellow with wavy hair down to his shoulders, mustached and bearded---he looked like he’d seen better days. The other man was smaller, also bearded and mustached, and wore a bandanna on his head. I asked the big fella, ”What’s your name?” “Frank Kawaloski,” he smiled. “Are you guys with the film crew?” They nodded. I looked them over and said, “I hear the director is a Little Cesar and when he says jump, you ask how high?” The smaller man asked, “Do you want a shot of brandy in your coffee?” “Yes,” I replied, as it was freezing in the saloon. Frank asked if I was afraid, and I said, “NO! That guy better not try pushing me or…” and I raised my little fist and shook it. Frank looked at the smaller man and said, “Do you see that SAM? You better behave, or this little girl will part your hair!” “Really? I’m Sam Peckinpah.” We stared at each other for a bit then I said, “Gotta Go”, finished my coffee, jumped off the barstool, and skedaddled.
When the film crew started working in town, I was an extra. Every time I turned around, I caught him looking at me. Understand, although people said I looked like Doris Day, I didn’t think so. I always had a weight problem and I didn’t like myself. I didn’t understand what was happening, as all my emotions were going crazy. Why this man? Why did I have these strong feelings for this old grizzly guy? I felt like I’d been hit by a truck, my heart hammered, and my head hurt. I wanted to run but needed the money, so worked and tried to keep my distance.
The following day, Sam worked the crew from 8 AM to 3 AM. There was always tension on the set, but that night electricity was in the dry cold desert air. Sam looked at me and said, ”You walk by with that cowboy over there and be happy and gay.” “No, I’m tired, find somebody else.” Lucian Ballard looked at me pleadingly. “Ok”, I said, and picked a cowboy from our street shows, walked past the camera, turned, looked into the camera, and said, “Ha. Ha, Ha,” and kept walking. Sam softly said, “Cut… you, my dear are a rotten, rotten, Rotten actress!” “Do it again, Goddammit!” The second time I did do it perfectly.
The next morning up at the barn standing near a beautiful black horse, I looked down the street and watched Sam standing in the middle of the road giving orders to the crew. You’ve heard of road rage, well, I had horse rage. Before I knew it, I was up on that black horse leaning down his neck and said, “You see that man? He called me a rotten, rotten, rotten actress. Let’s kill ‘em.” I kicked that horse and we thundered down the road hell-bent for leather. Sam saw us coming, didn’t move a muscle, and just stood there. Luckily the horse was smarter than me, sidestepped at the last instant so that my leg hit Sam’s arm, and twisted him into the direction we were going.
Pulling up the horse, I looked back and saw Sam standing there looking at me with a Mona Lisa smirk on his face.
The story is emotional, funny, and sad…
The film ends with a mini-documentary...
Broken and suspended policeman becomes a victim of his own madness and gradually finds out unpleasant truth about himself and his past. Betrayed by his own mind, he is subject to despair, and even when the last ray of hope goes out, he reveals a fact that has been kept secret from him for years.
After a traumatic childhood, the loyalty of two best friends is put to the test to discover how far they are willing to go to find the love of their lives.
Two hopeless romantics are searching for love in their 30’s. Despite having been best friends their whole lives, Jaik and Wyatt are still struggling with being with and without each other. After their group date colossal failure, Jaik and Wyatt realize they need professional help. A Matchmaker, Callie, and her Native American social media expert, Maeve, set Jaik and Wyatt on a zany quest that will test their bravery (and friendship). 2nd Date is fueled by an electrifying soundtrack of new hits and old favorites synced to everything from monster truck mudding to death-defying leaps while being chased on horseback. While rooting for the hearts of these two young men, we see love persevere throughout the story, praying that one day, after all of the chaos, it makes its way to Jaik and Wyatt to get their 2nd Date.
Two roommates with nothing in common get chased by a cold blooded killer as they try to get to a party.
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