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''Heaven is Hell'' by Scott & Paula Merrow  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Delmar Von Deets dies and goes to Heaven. But he quickly learns that Heaven is not all it's cracked up to be. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A hotel lobby YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''My Stupid Sweet Sixteen'' by Steven Buttacavoli  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Tiffany's sweet sixteen is anything but sweet thanks to the antics of her dysfunctional family. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A hotel lobby YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Air Kiss'' by Julie Keck  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - When quips and charm fail, a tardy suitor goes head over heels to prove his devotion. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - An art gallery YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)

 

''The Nose On Your Face'' by Anita Skibski  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - A conceited school principal learns to admire more than his mirror. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A school principal's office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''I.D., Please'' by Homer Hsieh  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Art can come in pretty handy, even if you don't understand it. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - An art gallery YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Gone Goth'' by Kevin Cho  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - A school principal relives his own tragic style choices when he is asked to confront a student who has recently decided to become goth. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A school principal's office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Gary Gets Burned'' by Ethan Holbrook   PAGES - 15  LOGLINE - Gary is just trying to make it through another day at work, but he can't seem to escape the burn of hot coffee or the menacing spectre of oversized dildos, let alone his lewd co-worker or a startling confession by his bi-curious girlfriend. To make things even worse, he has inadvertently provoked the machinations of a homicidal ex-military hobo who is out for revenge!  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Coffee  YEAR - 2008  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Story of Thaddeus Johnson'' by Warren Buchanan  PAGES - 15  LOGLINE - Thaddeus Johnson makes a living as a human air conditioner. Will modern industry put him out of business, or reveal his destiny?  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Air Conditioning  YEAR - 2008  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Oh, Cabinette, My Cabinet!'' by Wes Worthing   PAGES - 13  LOGLINE - A journey through the love-life of Malcolm and Cabinette, two who had the courage to tear down the barrier between and metal and flesh.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A Filing Cabinet  YEAR - 2008  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Dr. Robusta's Office'' by Richard Geary  PAGES - 14  LOGLINE - A beverage phobia specialist meets his match when a court orders him to evaluate a man with an extreme case of coffee phobia.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Coffee  YEAR - 2008  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Forget It, Sam'' by Billy Maddox  PAGES - 12  LOGLINE - On a hot and steamy night, an old gumshoe discovers the importance of a dependable antacid.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Air Conditioning  YEAR - 2008  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Good Used Goods'' by Dorian Frankel   PAGES - 15  LOGLINE - A piece of furniture leads to the promise of a new life. Or not.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A Filing Cabinet  YEAR - 2008  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Some Sort Of Circular Object'' by Lucia Lopez   PAGES - 12  LOGLINE - Lloyd Fink - indecisive and pushing forty - decides to propose to his girlfriend for all the wrong reasons. His ensuing attempt at a romantic gesture goes terribly wrong at gastrointestinal levels.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - An Engagement Ring  YEAR - 2007

COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Au Jus'' by Aimee Parrott  PAGES - 15  LOGLINE - A perfectionist cannibal must prepare the meal of a lifetime for the visiting king.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A Chef  YEAR - 2007  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Joe Kreskin - The Untold Story'' by Paul Pengelly  PAGES - 13  LOGLINE - Joe can’t live up to the standard set by his older and more accomplished brother, “The Amazing Kreskin”, until a small town crisis calls upon his power.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A Psychic  YEAR - 2007  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''iPsychic'' by Michael Blades  PAGES - 13  LOGLINE - A desperate man in the near future uses a computer program to find his true love, but every program can use an upgrade.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - A Psychic

YEAR - 2007  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Big Turk's Spirit Journey Weekend'' by F. Chong Rutherford   PAGES - 12  LOGLINE - This is a story about a man, another man, a bear, and a canteen full of hallucinatory medicine water. It features a very fat man, full frontal male nudity and a unicorn.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Hunting  YEAR - 2006  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Iron Magnolia'' by Aimee Parrott  PAGES - 19  LOGLINE - A Southern belle takes up weightlifting to show her traditionalist father she can stand on her own two feet.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Weightlifting  YEAR - 2006  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Nasty, Brutish and Short'' by Heather Hughes   PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Kitty Lyon's sleep deprived attempt to protect her little brood from danger leads her on a hunt that results in bagging a somewhat unusual prey.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Hunting  YEAR - 2006  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Chump Change'' by Ken Chadwick  PAGES -  LOGLINE - A police detective matches wits with a class of spoiled third graders when one of them - the governor's son - finds his lunch money stolen.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Lunch Money  YEAR - 2005  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Wednesday Night at Spanky's'' by Amy Neswald   PAGES -  LOGLINE - May, 30, a shy but hopeful romantic, falls in love at second sight with a mysterious airline commuter. While trying to get the goods on him, she learns about pushing fate, looking for love and living happily after the end of the story.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Lost Luggage  YEAR - 2005  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Plastic Chief'' by Scott Dacko   PAGES -  LOGLINE - Plastic surgeons battle head-to-head in a "Dukes of Hazzard" - themed Japanese game show. GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - Plastic Surgery  YEAR - 2004

COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

''Recognition'' by Ryan Ocello   PAGES -  LOGLINE - Mona Lisa Antonia Maria da Vinci, the greatest scientific mind in history, has always let her brother Leo take credit for her inventions. Until now.  GENRE - Comedy SUBJECT - An Inventor  YEAR - 2004  COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round  RANK - 1st Place
 

 

 

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