2017 – Best FANTASY Feature Film Screenplays (read loglines)

Read the best of FANTASY Feature Films for 2017.

INVASION EARTH 2055, by Travis Watkins

MY FRIEND OF THE MIRROR, by Mariano Amezage

AND MILES TO GO BEFORE I SLEEP, by Dave Barak

A CRASH OF RHINOS, by Glenda Victor & Gregg Shumann

ADRIAN THE ANDROID, by Julie Merrick

SPACE JUNK, by K. Rowe

NORTHERN LIGHTS, by Tony Rico

THE TIME TO RESCUE HER IS NOW, by Steven Mars

THE JUSTICE LEAGUE MOVIE, by Brad Barnes
SHADOWMEN, by Julie Merrick

GAMEPLAYER, by Tayo Akinsipe

THE MINSTREL, by Todd Sorrell

IT’S IN THE GAME, by Bill Lundy

HIGH SCHOOL REDEMPTION, by Stephanie Sharp

THE WONDER WOMAN, by Todd Sorrell

LOD A COMBINED REVENGE, by Andy Bethea

HEIR TO THE THRONE, by John E. Bias

MEDUSA, by Lisette R. Norton
10000 SUNSETS, by Mike Milton

THE PAINTED TURTLE, by David Kurtz

FAGAN’S WORLD, by Jay Lillie

THE VAMURAI PROPHECY, by Bill Lundy

REMNANTS, by H.S. Silverman

LOVE AND LET DIE, by Stephanie Sharp

NORA FLYNN AND THE SWORD OF LIGHT, by Matthew Dovie

NINO VARGAS, by Jay Corso

DAN’A TENINA – TALES OF THE TWELVE PEAKS, by Celine Tricart

SOULED, by Diana Murdock

DRAGON CHRONICLES, by Elisha Woods

THE PEARL OF THE RED SEA, by Kamelia Sojlevska

RETRIEVE FROM THE FUTURE, by Pedro Fernandes

STEM OF EVIL, by Neva Sanders-Dewey

UNKILLABLE, by Ade Adepegba

OWNERS MANUEL, by Shelli Wright

THE IRON MAIDEN, by Don Unruh

GLANCE OF THE LORD, by Don Unruh

GARGOYLE, by Jason Abernathy

THE SUN KING, by Christopher Soucy

THE PRINCE MIRTTE AND THE SECRET DETECTIVES, by Travis and Ryan Ellick

VIDEO PITCH: The Valkyrie, by Robert Cole

STOP SIGNS, by Kathryn Rushent

PANGAEA BOOK ONE: DAWN OF A NEW LEGACY, by James Harris III

A MURDER AMONG FIARIES by Garth

SPRING HEELED JACK, by Marc Pye

THE ULTIMATE QUEST, by Michael Pallotta

THE SWORDBEARER PT.3: THE GODS OF CARNAGE, by Tim Morell, 

THE LITTLE PRINCE, by Tori Velle and Mitchell Pierce

JACK’S MERMAID, by Lois Wickstrom

TIMELESS, by Steven Skinner

EVOLUTION OF A DICTATOR, by Joseph A. Zaragoza

KARMIC BAGGAGE, by Joe Leone

INDIFFERENT, by El Walker

THE GOLDEN ARROW, by Rick Francis

PRACTICING MIRACLES, BY DonnaMarie Vaughan

THE TASTE OF CHOCOLATE, by Steve Karol

PROSSERS BLADE, by William G. Chandler Jr.

DREAMSHIP, by Paul Zeidman

THE IMMORTAL by Marc Silveira

MR. PUPPY, by Doug Shear

POP-UP KIDS, by June Wickstrom and Jean Lorrah

THE PERFECT TEAR, by Connie Lansberg

GALACTICALLY SPEAKING, by Fred Klingenhagen

EMPIRE OF THE SUN, by Shane Smallwood

THE VALKYRIE SAGA, by Robert Cole

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2017 – FANTASY Feature Films of the year. Read the loglines and synopsis’

BROWSE through and read the best of FANTASY Feature Film stories from around the world: 

THE FOURTH WAY, by Sherry Chow

STAND TALL, by Vincent J. Paterno

FROM A KIDS POINT OF VIEW, by Chad Smith

EDEN REBORN, by Janez Wall

THE MONEY MAN, by Mackenzie Warner

A KINGS SON, by Larry Harrell

GRIMM REAPERS, by Michael Berg

REVAMPED MODELS, by Joseph Killeen

BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR PROM, by Margaret Admire

THE MYSTIC SEA, by Mark Nadratowski

JEWELS SOFTILL, by Youlanda Brewster

THE ERRANTS WAR, by Philip Tice

FACING LUCIFER, by Darius Anderson

DOCTOR OF THE UNFEASIBLE, by Helene Perrin-Gouron

BLACK EXORCISM, by Cashimear Oparah

BATTLE OF XTC HIGH, by Mary Desantis

THEY’RE COMING, by Chevez Fletcher

GREY TIGER PART 1, by Antwon Taylor

MIND GAME, by Jimmy Schlosser

REND THE HEAVENS, by Joseph Phillips

VINNY THE ELF, by Lenny Castellaneta

HAVEN, by Marshall Kiernan

WHERE EVERYTHING IS MUSIC, by Alexander Haythen

SEA WENCHES, by Linda Aziz-Zadeh

ARTINIA: THE JOURNEY OF THREE ISLAND PRINCESSES, by Sheilane Marsh

UNBEARABLE, by Yoav Grossman

THE LAST DREAM HUNTER, by Raymond Lovato

LET THE MAGIC BEGIN, by Ranjana Sengupta

KNIGHTS OF THE VALIENT HEART, by Edward Santiago

THEE UNKNOWN GOD, by Troy Wentz

FIGHTERMAGE ASCENSION, by Orlando Adams

SIDES OF WAR PART 1 and 4, by Emily Bernhardt

QUEST FOR LIGHT, by Byron Anderson

ANEW, by Jessica Lawshe

TRIGGER, by Thomas Castillo

ODDITIES RISING, by John Smith

WARRIORS FROM BEYOND, by William Blusheire

FAERIE, by Keshia Thomas

ANGELS REALM, by Johnson Onijingin

THE CZAR OF CALIPRI, by Rheah McLendon

THE SLAYERS CHRONICLES, by Anastasia Gylari

PSYCHE, by Timothy Charles Melkus
THE FINAL APPOINTMENT, by Dan McClintock

JE SUIS CHARLIE, by Alexander Nero

TRANSIT, by Philip Piotrowski

EVERY1THING, by Michael Burris

THAT CHRISTMAS, by Helene Perrin-Gouron

FAIR PUNISHMENT, by Akbar Hasanpur

PIGGYBACK ANGEL, by Buck Randall

THE COVEN, by Simon Wilkins

RO KARMEN “VIGILANTE RISING”, by Veronica Griner

JULIUS V, by Steve Guettermann

GODZ OF CLAY: ALIEN ALLIANCE, by Jennifer Ja Diambrini-Palazzi

Best of FANTASY Short Film Screenplays from around the world.

Read the best of SHORT SCRIPT Fantasy loglines from around the world: 

FOR THE GAME YET PLAYED, by Veronica Maxim-Bantam

ANGEL CHRONICLES: THE PRINCE OF PERSIA, by Vincen Kyere

THE VOLUNTEER, by Christopher Andre

A CAT NAMED WHISKERS, by Dorian Carmaz

REGAIN, by Dean Barnaby

THE REDEEMER, by Palmer Emmanuel

CHIRP, by Danielle Barcena

UNDER THE CUPID SIGN, by Jacob Greenberg

ARIAS, by Drew Viehmann & Matt Morrell

CHECK-MATE, by Sanjiban Nath

TIME LOCK, by Derek Thomas

TOADS AND BLUEBOTTLES, by David Corden

IN THE SHADE OF THE SILK-COTTEN TREE, by Aline Armant

THE SELKIE PRINCESS, by Simon Wilkinson

JOURNEY BACK, by Glida Bothwell

TATTER WINGS, by JR McRae

SM IN SPACE, by JJ Hillard

CHAMPION HAS SOMETHING TO SAY, by Theodor Derevyanskiy

MEN OF COLOR by Mike Kearby

BALZEMINA BLAH AND HER BRAND NEW SHADES, by Katarzyna Kochany

PINOCCHIO’S NIGHTMARE OF A DREAM COME TRUE, by Patrick Dwayne Green

THE BEAST, by John E. Bias

IF?, by Linette Lucas

 

SCI-FI Short Film of the Day: RECOVERY, by Dan Boomgarden

Title: RECOVERY 

Written by: Dan Boomgarden

Genre: Sci-Fi

Type: Short Screenplay

Logline: In the future you’ll have the opportunity to know the date of your own death, but at what cost? Flynn and Eddy are two government workers following Jerry on his death date, but Jerry doesn’t know anything about it.

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SCI-FI TV Show of the Day: END TITUS, by Delmar Burkett

Title: END TITUS 

Written by: Delmar Burkett

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Mystery, Sci fi, Action

Logline: Two unlikely guys, marked as blood warriors, embark on a mission to stop demons from resurrecting an ancient warlock from hell!

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SCI-FI Feature Film of the Day: EMPIRE OF THE SUN, by Shane Smallwood

Title: EMPIRE OF THE SUN 

Written by: Shane Smallwood

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy

Type: Feature Screenplay

Logline: In the ancient times, the Lemurian King, Khanki went to war with the Atlanteans, and won. Then he turned his gaze on the world. Now it’s up to a handful of refugees to stop him. “Empire of the Sun” is set on a war torn Earth were science and magic are one and would-be gods walk among us.

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FANTASY Short Film of the Day: IN THE SHADE OF THE SILK-COTTEN TREE, by Aline Armant

Title: IN THE SHADE OF THE SILK-COTTON TREE 

Written by: Aline Armant

Genre: Fantasy

Type: Short Script

LOGLINE: May 7, 1902. Saint-Pierre is called – Paris of the West Indies – because it is the most prosperous city around. A beautiful site where passions and excess reign.

Nobody knows it but tomorrow the 30 000 inhabitants will die in 3 minutes. Paradise will turn to Hell. The Mount Pelee is going to destroy the town and it will remains only ruins. Hundreds of snakes will leave the volcano for reaching the countryside. People will be running, screaming and dying in a blow. Biblical plague ?

Eva, a poor-creole girl of 7 years old, lives in the famous street – Rue Monte-au-Ciel – with her family. This morning, she is going to school with her classmate Samuel. The two kids like sometimes skippig school, for playing to hide and seek in the shade of a silk-cotton tree. But the silk-cotton tree is not a tree like any other tree and today is not just another day. That’s why Eva is going to meet somebody special who can save her life before the disaster.

But for this, she will have to make a choice.

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