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Blood Brothers
by Thom Duncan
PDF* Crime Drama - Ron and Dan Lafferty were commanded by God in 1983 to slit the throats of their sister-in-law and niece in preparation for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. This tense drama explores the depths of religious fanaticism and the limits of free will. 

(c) 2004  MarvelousWorks

 **This screenplay contains adult themes and language.**

Extra Pay
by J. Scott Iverson

PDF* Buddy Movie/Action Farce - Five guys, each down on his luck for one reason or another, meet as extras on a movie set and wind up battling the elements and their fellow man to survive.  (Finally, a movie where the extras are the stars!) jsicreative@yahoo.com
Finding Louisa
by J.S. Meyer
PDF* Four young girls find a mysterious stranger in the woods, when they go searching for one of their younger brothers. It's a story of forgiveness, and learning to reach higher for your dreams. © J.S. Meyer
WGA Reg. 1028294
Love Logs On
by Tucker Dansie

PDF* Romantic Comedy - Jennifer Ann Walker hasn’t been on a date for 9 months, the day her boyfriend moved on to a girl he found on an on-line dating service. Now, Jen is determined to move on & find her own true love. But should the search for soul mates really be put in the power of an Ethernet Cable & a broadband Connection? tucker@dansie.com
Copyright 2003 Tucker T Dansie
Matters of the Heart
by Thom Duncan
PDF* Drama - Paul Baines returns a year early from his French Mission. His conservative Stake President father is in a quandary, thinking his son may have lost his faith. Paul's mother mediates their eventual reunion, providing a moderating between these two strong-willed men. While exploring the themes of free agency and obedience, the film's ultimate message is one of unconditional love. © 2004  MarvelousWorks
Making Eagle: A Mostly True Boy Scout Tale
by Steve Cypert
PDF* A young LDS man, age 17, is working on his last step before making Eagle Scout (his Eagle Scout project.) His challenge is intertwined with his parents spiritual separation. They are entertaining the thought of actually separating. With heartfelt prayers and sincerity, this couple and young man fight the odds with our Heavenly Father's help © 2004  Steve V. Cypert
by Eric Samuelson

Currently being optioned by Cue Media with Richard Dutcher signed on as director.

**This screenplay contains adult themes.**

by J. Scott Iverson

PDF* Coming of Age Serio-Comedy - Salt Lake City, Summer 1965 means it's roadshow season at Gilmer Park Ward; and for young Stan Yorgason (YOGI) it is the year he learns of both the horrors of war and the insanity of the battle of the sexes. jsicreative@yahoo.com
Seven Sisters
by Carolyn Hart Bennett

PDF* In 1863, the Amazon sails from London to New York with 800 Mormons on board.  On this voyage are seven single young women who are  traveling individually.  Church leaders place them together as a family.  Although they aren’t related, as such, they are “sisters” in the gospel, and together, they face the adventures, hardships, and dangers of an ocean voyage.


© 2004 Carolyn Hart Bennett

All Rights Reserved 

bennettw@ida.net  www.sevensistersthemovie.com

That's Got His Own
by Alan Rex Mitchell
PDF*  Budding NBA star BB MARTIN is about to lose everything when his mother, ANITA, decides to hire a brawny 21-year-old Idaho farm boy/returning Mormon missionary to babysit. Will IDAHO's country wits be the cure for BB's flaming fortune? This sports/buddy movie has the feeling of 48 Hours and Jerry McGuire. This screenplay took third place in the 2004 LDS Film Festival.

WGAw Reg #1006021.

**This screenplay contains adult themes and language.**

The R.M.

by John Moyer
PDF*   This is the writers draft of the movie which was released in January 2003


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