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''The Bubble'' by Jason Sting  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A confused young girl achieves clarity by being transported into the surprising pasts of her parents. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - An opera house YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Harps and Harpies'' by Evan Beier  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A young boy discovers some unexpected friends in trying to help his family cope with the loss of his talented mother. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - An opera house YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Divine Madame'' by Judi Connor  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A toy manufacturer finds love with the help of his own creations and an insecure opera diva gets her just deserts. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - An opera house YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 3rd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Fowl Play'' by Brenda Lowry  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - An introverted space-station janitor discovers that he's special after all. GENRE - Fantasy  SUBJECT - A space station YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Neonate'' by Jonathan Mendoza  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Humanity has built a space station for His arrival. But are they truly ready to meet a godlike being? GENRE - Fantasy  SUBJECT - A space station YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Tyler and Brian and the Magical Zoo'' by Gary Barrett  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Two imaginative brothers discover that the zoo that their dad works at becomes magical at night when the older brother gets bored waiting in the office and decides that they need to go find him. GENRE - Fantasy  SUBJECT - A zoo YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Professor Tutweiller's Orb'' by Scott & Paula Merrow  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - Professor Artemis Tutweiller stores his most prized possession, the Orb of Merlin, in a bank vault. Not a good idea. GENRE - Fantasy  SUBJECT - A bank vault YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Emerald City Zoo'' by Sarah Measday  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - When the Cowardly Lion is trapped in the zoo, Dorothy and her friends must rescue him. GENRE - Fantasy  SUBJECT - A zoo YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Arborcorien'' by Dan Hoger  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - One girl's fantasy becomes her reality. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A bank vault YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Saltines'' by Todd Bangs  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - A young man's journey to the other side. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Crack YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Tale of Ham Henry'' by Tanya Seaman  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - A criminal breaks out of prison in order to rule the country. Before he can rule he must seek out his worst enemy, Ham Henry. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Dishwasher YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Wizards and Wormholes'' by Jeremy Morgan  PAGES - 12 LOGLINE - Two boys are about to embark on a life changing jounrey...if they can only decide on the adventure. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Tollbooth YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Final Guardian'' by Scott Merrow  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - A dying old woman picks 10-year-old Miguel to replace her as guardian of the Orb of Fendrel, an ancient object of great power and great danger. He has it for less than a day when...he drops it. Oops! GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Crack YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Restitution'' by Susan WIlson  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - No one believes a recovering alcoholic Detective, trying to solve a murder case, when he claims hes being targeted by a ghost. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Dishwasher YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''THE 3 A.M. TOLLBOOTH'' by VANESSA RUBIN  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Nothing seems to make Joel, a repeating senior in high school who works the night shift at a highway tollbooth, realize that hes turning his mind into garbage by not moving on with his life. Luckily, nightly visits from Nicholas, an elderly man with more then what meets the eye, may just be the remedy for Joels lack of conviction. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Tollbooth YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Forget-Me-Not'' by Steven Dexheimer  PAGES - 12 LOGLINE - An inner city youth liberates a forgotton community garden, unlocking a magic that reconnects his neighbors with their lost loved ones. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Garden YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Escape'' by Jeff Wolverton  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Ashley, a life long competitive swimmer more by pressure than by choice, finds a way to swim to the life of her dreams. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Swimming YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Dragoncloud'' by Bryce Weinert  PAGES - 10 LOGLINE - He wanted rest. She offered peace. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Clouds YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Circus'' by Kristen Gray  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - An overworked and overscheduled New Yorker has his life turned upside down when he encounters a group of circus animals plotting an escape from Madison Square Garden. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Garden YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''The Office Fantastic'' by Derek Keyeski  PAGES - 20 LOGLINE - Larry's getting hairy; will the figments of his imagination let him get away with it? GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Window YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''There's A Dragon in My Cubicle'' by Dan Roth  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - "A young woman working a dead end job has been vying for the best cubicle in the building: the only one seated next to the sole window in the office. When she finally gets it she discovers that the cubicle comes with a price." GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - A Window YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Wilderness'' by Amy Neswald  PAGES - LOGLINE - Reticent from birth to live the first of many lives, Robert, now 40, shies away from any attachments - until he finally meets his soulmate. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Steps YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Shoestring Tree'' by Joni Brainerd  PAGES - LOGLINE - A vow to scatter their eccentric mother's ashes according to her wishes reunites wayward siblings, until they learn of the other-worldly location she's chosen. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Steps YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Wedding Dance'' by Spencer Christian  PAGES - LOGLINE - Sometimes it's the steps you don't take that make all the difference. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Steps YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 3rd Place
 

''Walking Still'' by Joe Rye  PAGES - LOGLINE - Osmond has been fleeing death since the womb. Walking to the ends of the earth, he must decide if it's worth the hurry. GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Steps YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 4th Place
 

''Step #5'' by Richard Schimpf  PAGES - LOGLINE - Who knew running off to join the circus meant jumping through so many hoops? GENRE - Fantasy SUBJECT - Steps YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 5th Place
 

 

 

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