More Shorts

Rosarian
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 14 pages
Lead characters: 2
Speaking roles: 5
Locations: 3

Logline:
A young naïve shop assistant is befriended by an elderly rosarian who invites her to dinner with his wife. And like so many others before her she innocently accepts.

Opening pages:
First three pages can be read here: Rosarian excerpt.

Full script:
Available to read on request.

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Tubby’s Car Project
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 9 pages
Speaking roles: 3
Locations: 1

Logline:
Two clockwork suburban civil servants are about to lose more than a few nights’ sleep when a rough and ready mechanic arrives next door to rebuild his car.

Opening pages:
Read the first three pages here: Tubby’s Car Project excerpt

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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Alarm Clock
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 12 pages
Characters: 3
Locations: 1

Logline:
Elderly and bed bound, a husband asks for his alarm clock to be set for morning because, for the first time in five years, he has the energy to go out. Could there be hope after all?

Opening pages:
Read the first three pages here: Alarm Clock excerpt

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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Girl On The Beach
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 3 pages
Characters: 5 + 2 dogs
Dialogue: None
Locations: 3

Logline:
A young man seeks love but quickly discovers he can’t do it alone.

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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Please Bring a Plate of Sandwiches
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 7 pages
Characters: 8
Locations: 2 and a journey between each

Logline:
Financially broken by his own generosity, a businessman re-finds his fortune. Only this time he’s no intention of giving it away.

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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Library’s Fine
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 12 pages
Lead characters: 10
Locations: 6

Logline:
Not all libraries run to the same rules as a young student is about to find out to his horror when he returns an overdue book.

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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Six Ten from Stutbridge
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 10 pages
Characters: 5
Locations: Suburban street to train station platform.

Logline:
A suspect £10 note and a desperate bid to catch a train unfolds a series of events that spiral out of control for an innocent youth.

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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April’s Fish
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 5 pages
Characters: 5
Locations: 1

Logline:
Long-suffering shop staff take a once in a year opportunity to get their own back on a customer who’s far from welcome.

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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After The Tone
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 3 pages
Characters: 3 including one V/O
Locations: 1

Logline:
A likeable, cardiganed husband is unaware that his salacious wife is having an affair with their next door neighbour. Until the message finally gets through.

Status:
Full script available to read on request.

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Universal Space Tour
One one page journey through space and time for Wildsound. Received a read through.

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Dic Dic Alley
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 4 pages

Logline:
An imaginary mash with a speeding bullet.

Status:
Full script on request. I would be interested to hear from film school students – particularly those with an interest in animation – who’d like to take this script further.

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Writer’s Block
Format: Short Screenplay
Length: 4 pages
Characters: 3
Locations: 13 (!!)

The story behind the story:
This was my very first effort. I think everybody has written one of these based on this theme so best just leave it at that unless you want to read the script. But, to be honest, I can’t imagine why.

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