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''Malfunction'' by Jeff Hart  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A paramedic must assist a man who has cut out his own AI. GENRE - Sci-Fi  SUBJECT - An ambulance YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Dr. Uniscanner or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love CPR'' by Laura Birek  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - In a disease-free future, an EMT longs for the olden days of emergency medicine. GENRE - Sci-Fi  SUBJECT - An ambulance YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''First Night Out'' by Homer Hsieh  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A young paramedic finds himself wondering if he missed some very important fine print on the job description for his new gig. GENRE - Sci-Fi  SUBJECT - An ambulance YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 3rd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Override'' by Dan Sonnett  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A robo-jockey on the edge of retirement pushes himself to the limit to prove his worth to his ungrateful trainer. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - A race track YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Home Bittersweet Home'' by Jason Sting  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A man caught between dimensions places all bets on not going back to his. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - A race track YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Angel's Choir'' by Jacob Schantz  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A dockworker wrestles with his buried pain and apathetic nature when the voices of the universe invade his mind. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - A church YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Two Shots of Tequila'' by Ryan Ocello  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A surfer walks into a bar, followed by himself, himself, and himself. Don't drink and time-travel. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - An airport bar YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place    (added 12/31/08)
 

''The Informational'' by Joan Philo  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - The Informational is a Sci-fi short about Rob Cameron and his infidelity -- but that's between God and Rob -- and his wife! In the year 3030 you can do something about it, you just gotta get to God first. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - A church YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Heirloom'' by Timothy Noonan  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - Braving the unpleasantries of flying rather than teleporting to his son's wedding, aged traveller Donnaher encounters a stranger with a unique package. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - An airport bar YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)

''Little Tin Soldier'' by Steven Dexheimer  PAGES - 12 LOGLINE - An overzealous soldier struggles to eradicate nine humanoid constructs hiding on earth, but must choose between his new found celebrity and the life of his best friend.  GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Swimming Pool YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Apartment'' by Allan Traylor  PAGES - 8 LOGLINE - An inept man, who can't seem take care of himself, is told what to do by his overbearing apartment. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Mom YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''STRANDED'' by Isabelle Brizec  PAGES - 8 LOGLINE - Two intergalactic pilots are stranded in deep space, with no hope of immediate rescue. But for one to survive, the other must die. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Chewing Gum YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Sound of Water'' by Joshua Briggs  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Four scientists in the heart of Antarctica make a discovery that defies the laws of physics and is outside of the bounds of logic. And now, it is calling to them… GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Swimming Pool YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Dear Lord, Save Us'' by Alex Patterson  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - We have sinned against Thee and are heartily sorry. We await Your response. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Mom YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''A Soul Misplaced'' by Phillip Morales  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - When Quin McNamara, a young reporter looking to make a name for himself as a writer, in placed with a US military unit in Iraq as an assignment for his newspaper, he gets more than he bargains for after he witness an extraordinary event in an abandoned complex that changes his life, as well as the lives of the soldiers he befriends. When Quin miraculously returns home, he finds that his world is strangely different; so much so that he embarks on a personal journey to solve the mystery behind the "incident" in Iraq and uncover the metaphysical secrets that the truth brings. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Chewing Gum YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''SNAFU'' by Aaron Pease  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Three generations of American soldiers learn that they share a deep, painful bond: war is hell, and you take it with you everywhere. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Trespassing YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Candy'' by Tara Iarusso  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - On Halloween night, an overweight mother must overcome issues beyond a simple sweet tooth. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Trespassing YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd 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 - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Trespassing YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 3rd Place
 

''Bullfrog'' by Pete Barry  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - A group of school children on an impromptu field trip discover that their teacher's plans are not what she claimed. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Trespassing YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 4th 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 - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Trespassing YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 5th Place
 

''The Door Machine'' by Mark Satterthwaite  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Build a boundary. He'll break it down. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Babysitting YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Crossers'' by James Hartman  PAGES - 9 LOGLINE - The battle to stop the flow of illegals across the Texas-Mexico border takes a turn for two Border Patrolmen who find the old tactics no longer apply. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Drug Smuggling YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Hazbro'' by Mark Jones  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - An Extra Terrestrial on a mission to Earth finds out he's not the only alien there. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Camping YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Babysitter'' by Jon Hoffman  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - In the future, your parents can be real babies. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Babysitting YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Time Line'' by Jeff Carlson  PAGES - 12 LOGLINE - Doctors recommend eight glasses of water per day but what if you don't have 24 hours. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Camping YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Bloodline'' by Geva Patz  PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - When a contestant in a futuristic underground blood sport sets out to regain his honor, the game threatens to spill out into the real world. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Video Game YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Future Imperfect'' by Helen Slater  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - Anna and Max won’t be allowed to decide who gets custody of their son Jack and neither will the courts; not even Jack himself has a say. Instead scientists award access based on what is happening in the infinite number of parallel future universes which GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Divorce YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''POD'' by Shelli Wright  PAGES - 20 LOGLINE - Five reality show contestants wake up to find themselves in an underwater pod. They must complete tasks and resist the urge to panic in order to become the ten million dollar winner... or so they think. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Underwater YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''A Toaster in Space'' by Chris Messineo  PAGES - LOGLINE - Thomas is a middle-aged inventor living at home with his mother and obsessed with the fourth dimension, time. On a blind date, Thomas finds a kindred spirit in Sarah as they explore the true nature of time, love, betrayal, and small home appliances. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - A Blind Date YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Teddy'' by Timothy Cooper  PAGES - LOGLINE - Demetrius, an ornithologist whose parents gave him up for dead after he was born severely crippled, uses his studies of the canary's unique neuroregeneration capabilities to help make insterstellar travel possible for humans. But when his far more celebrated twin brother, Teddy, becomes ill, Demetrius must make a nearly inconceivable sacrifice. GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Bird Watching YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Pilot Man'' by Brandon Hopkins  PAGES - LOGLINE - "It won't be black as sackcloth - it'll be bright, like a rain of gold. And then it will be quiet..." GENRE - Sci-Fi SUBJECT - Oxygen YEAR - 2004 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

 

 

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