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Screenplays

Written by Bruce Wayne Gillies

RUDE BOY
(musically driven drama)

WINSTON BROWN is an oppressed ghetto youth who pioneers ska music, the predecessor of reggae, and struggles for respect among the police, rude boys, Rastafarians, and dance hall DJs in this musically-driven, dramatic film portrayal that takes place in sixties Jamaica, Trench Town.

 

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K&R: EXECUTIVE RISK
(action-adventure)

Executive JACK OLSEN is an ordinary man before separatist rebels Kidnap him for Ransom - held hostage deep in the jungle.  Jack is forced into action in this terrifying, extraordinary adventure when his K&R: EXECUTIVE RISK insurance policy is inexplicably denied.

GHOST TOWN
(family adventure comedy)

Young KIP BATTON is on a field trip to a GHOST TOWN when he is left behind with his little sister and his best friend, all alone and no way to get home.  Really, the GHOST TOWN is just a "front" run by bad guys - and Kip decides they should run them out of town - that's just  the beginning of this fun-for-the-whole-family adventure.

THE DARK
(suspense-thriller horror)

JENNY CALINGER,  an undergraduate takes a summer college psychology course on achluophobia, fear of THE DARK.   Everywhere THE DARK lurks Jenny's classmates are disappearing one-by- one!!!   What you can't see, can hurt you - and there's no end in sight...

 

CAT FIGHT
(erotic-suspense thriller)

A beautiful coed, KRISTI DUART,  moves to the beach for the summer to work and play while school is out. She is joined by two of her lifelong friends and they quickly become the target of an obsessed stalker who watches their every move, ready to pounce on them, a real CAT FIGHT.

KID BROTHER
(coming-of-age comedy)

High school freshman LUTHER PORTER desperately wants to earn approval of his older brother when he is pulled-up to the varsity football squad, forcing the brothers to compete for the same position.   A vacation to the nearest amusement park proves to be a rites-of-passage for the KID BROTHER.

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