Synopsis: In the Early 1980.s Organized Crime had a strangle hold on many Fortune 500 Companies . This screenplay is based from Actual events that led to the largest Organized Crime investigation by the F.B.I. In the end 37 organizes crime figures would be convicted and sent to prison . This screenplay has it all Crooked Cops /Dirty politians Prositiutes Drug Deaalers and more!!!!!!.I made it out and went to Florida This screenplay would make a great T.V. series /mini series or full lenghth Motion Picture Think the Sopranos was good THINK AGAIN Thanks John Zepatos 949-723-5023
Synopsis: A mysterious traveler boards an ocean liner in Marseille, France at the height of World War II, carrying a travel bag and a journal written by Nikola Tesla. The journal contains the triumphant account of the conflicts and adversities from peers and within Tesla himself-and includes his epic confrontations with Thomas Edison. Tesla credited these conflicts with what birthed in him the resilience and determination to become focused on a dream rather than to achieve fame. His dream would forever secure his work throughout history. He longed to love and be loved but was faithfully married to his work until death did he part. It is this work that continues to live today. What more could our traveling friend share with us?
Synopsis: Coach Scott Illiano has given his all for ten years, but has never won a championship. Sportswriter Al Williams, aligned with disgruntled parents, is intent on getting him fired. A wave of untimely adversities forces an overhaul of the team's lineup, and creates a greater sense of hopelesness. With their season on the brink, the Knights embark on a magic carpet ride winning 4 games in New Jersey's prestigious Greater Newark Tournament. To complete their Cinderella story they must now overcome future major league pitcher Rick Porcello, and the best team in the country, the Seton Hall Prep Pirates. Seton Hall has eight Division 1 scholarship players. West Essex has none. Can a team unranked in New Jersey really compete against this national powerhouse? Together, they make new discoveries, embrace adversity, and question whether their struggles are really with their opponents, or rather within themselves. No, they didn't have it altogether, but together they just may have it all!
Synopsis: All it took was a dime and a dare to discover the adventure of a lifetime. Based on the true-life story of Fritz T Sprandel, ADVENTURE ON A DARE fallows the journey of young Fritz, as he accepts a friend's dear that he couldn't go from Staten Island, NY to Los Angles, CA with only a canoe between him and the forbidding foam of the sea. ADVENTURE ON A DARE is more than just the retelling of an intrepid excursion into the unknown; it's the vehicle itself, transporting us back to the journeys of thoes who have lived, loved and lost befor us. Reminiscent of a great American classic like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Call of the Wild. ADVENTURE ON A DARE will bring you alone for the perilous ride, satisfying your continued cry for more than just the world around you. This full-length manuscript is available now for your perusal.If you would like to read ADVENTURE ON A DARE, please feel free to contact me directly. www.FritzSprandel.com Email: Adventureonadare@entermail.
Synopsis: 13-year-old Mercy Ocen's family hails from Lira; a picturesque little town in Uganda's semi-arid north where the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), carves itself a stronghold. Operating out of southern Sudan, they relentlessly descend on unsuspecting small villages, maiming, raping, taking young girls as sex slaves, and kidnapping young men to further strengthen their numbers. In the early hours of that fateful morning, Mercy's father - Peter, receives a phone call from a stranger who tells him that during a rebel raid, his wife Joanna who was visiting with family was brutally beaten up and his children Mercy and Sammy have been abducted by the LRA. Consumed by sorrow and rage, Peter cancels a business trip to South Africa and heads to Lira on what seems like "a race against time effort" to rescue his family. Through the perilous terrain and mayhem of children murdering children, the unfolding events lead Peter to a darker side of humanity he never imagined existed.
Synopsis: In 1963, the Soviet Union tipped the scales of the cold war by unveiling its most formidable conventional weapon: the M.I.G. 21 jet fighter--faster, more versative and more heavily armed than anything possessed by the west. With the NATO powers on red alert, the threat was most real, however, to the Israelis who were now surrounded by hostile nations--namely Egypt, Syria and Iraq--who were given M.I.G.s by the Soviets. With its Arab neighbors preparing for imminent war, things seemed bleak for the tiny nation when, in 1965, a man appeared at the Israeli embassy in Paris and with a phone number. "If the Israelis want a M.I.G.," he explained "call this number" after which he turned and disappeared. The Israelis dispatched a young officer to Iraq who traced the number to an elderly butler--a Jew--to a rich Christian Maronite family living in Bagdad. Thus began the unlikely events that led to what could be called the most successful espionage mission of the 20th century.
Synopsis: This is the first paragraph of the treatment: Before the credits roll, 8 black Humvees full of heavily armed Immigration ICE officers surround an industrial building where we see and hear a voice over from BRIAN, a 40 year old man looking out the window and seeing they are here to arrest him and the illegal aliens working in his shop. In the shop behind him, 15 illegal aliens are rapidly climbing through a hole in a wall that will lead them to freedom. One, KALIMAN, a 35 year old, slightly overweight mexican man with a gentle face, yells to Brian if its ok to leave him. Brian nods and tells him to go, then Brian goes out to face the ICE officers. He is surrounded by ICE and his hands are up. He then hears the door open behind him as Kaliman walks out and clasps Brian's raised up hand as the officers handcuff them together. Fade out. The screen then says. TWO YEARS EARLIER. THE JOURNEY BEGINS....
Synopsis: The story of Chance Domino, who graduates from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office Police Academy ready to save the world. After nine months on the street, he becomes a target of an attempted murder, as his dream of saving the world crumbles into a reality of survival. After being rejected by the love of his life, Chance enters the crazy world of dating. Doubting his career decision and convinced he miss his opportunity at true love, Chance transfers to the night shift in an attempt to revive his dream and hide from his personal life. With the support of "The Blue Brotherhood" Chance continues on the rollercoaster of life, which test his abilities as a police officer, a father and a man. Will he find the true meaning of "serve and protect" and get another chance at love to become a well balanced member of society?
Synopsis: Tom Brungar, a Norwegian businessman, has an increasing drug addiction which ultimately pulls him into an international, cocaine, trafficking operation. Smuggling drugs through a Mexican airport, he and his partner are arrested. He then serves five years in a series of Mexican prisons were he quickly learns that drug use and corruption are just as rampant in prison among the guards and officials as in the outside world. In order to survive, he must walk a fine line. He falls in love with Adriana, the prison psychologist, who with the help of the Norwegian embassy obtains his release. Tom Brungar, my mother's cousin, was born and raised in Oslo, Norway. After returning to Norway from his five-year incarceration in Mexico, he worked in the Norwegian government to assist immigrant refugees. The screenplay is ready for review in final format and we have also just published the book. I look forward to talking wtih you soon.
Synopsis: At age 11, AGATHA, was brutally beaten by her father. With their lives in danger, her mother fled with two of her four children. Her mother found work as a live-in maid, but children were not allowed so Agatha lived with her aunt. There, Agatha was routinely starved and beaten almost to death. Frantically, her mother took the children and hid them in her room where she worked, but one day they were found. At age 12, Agatha was placed in a home as a live-in maid where she learned to support herself. Two years later, she was reunited with her mother and they were a family again. At age 14, however, Agatha was too old to attend public school. At age 18, Agatha moved to England pretending to have a high school diploma and she entered nursing school. After two years, she dropped out of school and moved once more to the United States. In the U.S., Agatha began a new life, received her high school diploma, attended college, and at age 35 achieved her dream of becoming a Registered Nurse.