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Article: True Story Showcase

2024 True Story Showcase - Image of vintage typewriter

True Story Showcase

The True Story Showcase recognizes scripts, books, short stories & stage plays in any genre that feature a story based on, or inspired by, true events.


2024 WINNER


O'KEEFFE

Written by Margaret Walsh

Artist Georgia O'Keeffe travels to New Mexico in 1929 and becomes a world-famous painter known as the "Mother of American Modernism".


2024 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


A WHISPER FROM WITHIN by Thomas Bentey. (Based on the autobiography of Theresa Gattuso O'Connor.) After suffering a debilitating brain aneurysm, a woman strives to find meaning and truth in her new challenge-filled life. | SuburbaniteProductions.com | Facebook: @TomBenteyMedia | X: @tombentey | Instagram: @tombenteymedia

A BRAND NEW DAY by Lissette Mehl. A young woman who suffers a stroke and receives spiritual aid to recover, carries an important message of life forward to others. | X: @thekspirit

A CITY CLEAN & GOOD by Daniel Lin Worthen. Two immigrant women, one Chinese and the other Irish, contend with a frontier town's ethnic cleansing campaign in the 19th century American West. (Based on the expulsion of Chinese from Tacoma, Washington Territory, in November 1885.)

A QUESTION OF CHOICE by Cody McDevitt. In 1939, London, Dr. Aleck Bourne, an OB/GYN, violates the law and goes on trial (with the possibility of receiving a sentence of life imprisonment) for performing an abortion on a young girl who became pregnant through rape. | CodyMcDevitt.com | X @codymcdevitt

A TRIP TO THE BEACH by Lesley Ann McDaniel. (Based on the memoir "A Trip to the Beach" by Bob and Melinda Blanchard.) Bob and Melinda Blanchard sell their business and invest everything into a restaurant on their favorite Caribbean island, only to face unexpected costs, a bias against “non-belongers”, a hurricane, an official who’s determined to see their business fail, and the threat of losing their home, their dream, and their livelihood. | LesleyAnnMcDaniel.com | Facebook: @LesleyAnnMcDaniel | IMDb Pro

ABE & EVERETT by Alan Sproles & Lizanne Southgate. A young African-American soldier in a segregated Army saves the life of a prejudiced Southern white soldier by pulling him from a flaming plane wreckage in World War II, yet receives no acknowledgement. Fifty years later, the two men reunite on the eve of the hero’s death.

AMELIA EARHART by Michael Dunker. What really happened to Amelia Earhart based on the U.S. Marines that found her plane, briefcase, maps, and visas in the Marshall Islands. | YouTube

AMERICAN LIBERTY by Wade F. Wilson. (Based on the book "Life of William Grimes, The Runaway Slave".) A slave, passing for white, escorts a friend home. | Instagram: @WadeForrestWilson

AUNT-JU by Heino Heimann. During World War II, a clever but rebellious JU-52 flight instructor disobeys orders to carry out an execution, and must deal with the consequences. | HeinoHeimann.de | Instagram: @aunt_ju52 and @hwrh

BLUE BUTTERFLY by Geno Marx. At twelve she lost her sight. At fourteen she won a landmark settlement. At twenty they declared her incompetent. Now, Becca Meadows is fighting back against the legal system that took away her independence and the conservator determined to keep her money under his control. | Iengar.com

BUFFALO CREEK by Vaughn Roste. (Based on the book “The Buffalo Creek Disaster” by Gerald M. Stern.) In 1972 Buffalo Creek, West Virginia - after a company dam fails, and the ensuing flood kills 125 and renders 4,000 homeless - a listless lawyer represents the survivors in a landmark class-action suit against Big Coal. | X: @Vaughn09187022

BY THE RIVERS OF BABYLON by David Greenberg. The cost to the Appalachian culture and the ordinary people who thrived there for almost two centuries is explored after the Tennessee Valley Authority (through unrelenting and questionable application of the prerogative of Eminent Domain) evicted them from the peninsula between the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers in western Kentucky in the 1960s.

CAN'T TELL by Donna Kipp. An aspiring artist living with type 1 diabetes in the 1970's, before testing was available, falls for the man of her dreams - but she hides her disease, which puts their relationship and her life on the line.

CONCRETE WINGS by Beverly Gandara. Torn between protecting family secrets and striving for freedom, a naive teen sent out of Cuba on the eve of the Bay of Pigs Invasion to retrieve smuggled family jewels and settle his family in America, comes of age in New York at the height of the sexual revolution. | BevGandara.com

EL MALE by Leonardo Mileikowsky & David Mileikowsky. A prisoner in a Nazi death camp saves his own life at last in 1941 by singing. (Based on the life of the famous cantor Sholom Katz.) | Facebook: @dave.milly

EL NEGRO THE CHOSEN ONE: Son of King Solomon by Wadell G. Jones Sr. A compelling look at the legendary descendant of King David who aided the Jews of Spain and Portugal. | RockOfAgesEntertainment.com | IMDb Pro

END OF THE LINE by Nickolas Gilbert. At the height of the great depression, Henry Ford empowers his explosive fixer to use any means necessary to keep the newly formed United Auto Workers union out of his massive River Rouge factory – the largest and most powerful industrial complex the world had ever seen. | DistortionField.tv/end

FIRE IN THE KINGDOM by Ronald L. Ecker. (Based on the life and works of William Tyndale.) In the reign of King Henry VIII, the reform-minded priest William Tyndale becomes a fugitive, subject to being burned at the stake, for translating the Bible into English.

GHOSTWRITER: Episode 1 "The Fairies' Midwife" by Lawrence Wells. An author is hired by the University of Mississippi to ghostwrite a novel for a wealthy, eccentric donor who is convinced that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was William Shakespeare. Believing herself the reincarnation of Queen Elizabeth I, she soon falls in love with the writer as her very own “captive” Edward de Vere. | Blog | Facebook: @larry.wells.397 | X: @larrywells322 | Interview

HAHA by Sophia An Porter. Two sisters living different lifestyles, travel to Japan to settle their deceased mother’s affairs and discover her complicated past. | IMDb Pro

JEB by Craig Bettendorf. Inspired by the Stonewall riots, Yale professor John Boswell races against his own mortality to unlock secrets within the historical record destined to liberate millions. | TreadingYesterday.com | Facebook: @treadingyesterday | X: @FrankTupelo1 | Instagram: @ treadingyesterdayproductions

NOISE ELECTRON ATTACKS by Fujio Torikai. A family is subjected to human rights violations and exposed to attacks using electrons and sounds.

OVER THE HORIZON by Stephanie Parney & Nicholas Roy. Two men navigate Hollywood seventy-years apart - revealing the strengths and weaknesses of the human struggle in the midst of moral, societal and personal uncertainties of each era.

PRETTY BABY: THE TRAGIC DEATH OF MARION PARKER by Don Stroud. (Based on the book "Butterfly in the Rain" by James L. Neibaur.) A grieving woman exposes the decades-old truth about her twin sister's murder to prevent the killer's lawyer from publishing his own skewed account of the tragedy. (The true story of the kidnapping and murder of Marion Parker in Los Angeles in 1927.)

RYAN LEAF IS UNWELL by Richard Hoffman. While serving a Montana prison sentence, NFL draft bust Ryan Leaf tells the story of his contemporaneous (and far more successful) quarterback, Peyton Manning, as a means to indulge his eccentric cellmate and escape the realities of his humiliating and destructive past.

SCRIPT AVENUE by Daniel Bodenmann. (Inspired by the autobiographical novel "Script Avenue" by Claude Cueni). The unbelievable, tragically funny and true story of a plagued boy, who - despite growing up under the religious delusions of his parents and violent relatives - follows his dream to become a writer. | DanielBodenmann.ch

THE COMPANY by James Rodney. (Adapted from the book "Corporate America & The N-Word" by James Rodney, which is based on the true-life story of former Whirlpool employee Carlotta Freeman.) A woman's life is shattered after she is brutally assaulted by a racist coworker while working on the factory floor at Whirlpool in Tennessee.

THE FIRE UPSTAIRS by Hunter Burke & Nick Lavin. (Based on the book "Let the Faggots Burn" by Johnny Townsend.) A queer writer in the late 1980's races against the AIDS epidemic to solve the cold case of The UpStairs Lounge, a New Orleans gay bar that was set ablaze in 1973, killing 32 people.

THE GIRL FROM KRAKOW by Staton Rabin. While on the run from the Nazis, a beautiful young Jewish housewife on a desperate search for her kidnapped child finds herself falling passionately in love for the first time - with a woman from the Polish resistance. (Feature script based on the book by Alex Rosenberg, inspired by true events.) | StatonRabin.com | ScreenplayMuse.com | X: @StatonRabin | Stage32: stage32.com/profile/718635

THE GRIND by Terence Nigel Fisher. (Adapted from the book "The Grind: Tales from the Turf" by Armand Sands). In 1980s Oakland, California, four young men become involved in the ruthless drug trade. | Instagram: @Coachdawg14

THE PROMISE LAND & THE PROMISED LOVE by Sanya Kongdara. A Laotian soldier endures numerous imprisonments, concentration camps, and unrelenting bombings during the Vietnam War, but through it all, he never loses sight of his promise to his beloved: that he will find her again in America. (Based on a true story of Mark Kongdara.) | Instagram: @sanyakongdara


2024 SUBMISSIONS STATISTICS


Writer Gender
Male: 74%
Female: 26%

Genre
Drama: 46%
Crime/Mystery/Thriller: 21%
War/Military: 13%
Comedy: 11%
Action/Adventure: 9%

Submission Location
United States: 84.5%
Europe: 12.5%
Asia: 3%

Format
Feature Screenplay, Television Script or Short Script: 87.5%
Book, Manuscript or Short Story: 9%
Stage Play: 3.5%


2023 WINNER


PRIVATEER

written by Raphael Broussard

When pirate and privateer Jean Lafitte's fleet is captured by the U.S. Navy, he negotiates a pardon in exchange for helping General Andrew Jackson defeat the British at the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812. (Based on the life and exploits of Jean Lafitte).


2023 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


A CITY CLEAN AND GOOD by Daniel Lin Worthen. 

ADVENTURE CAPITAL by Ruben Soto. 

ANGEL EYES by Richard Mauro. 

ASH by Dave Stockwell (based on the nonfiction book "Route 9 Problem: The Battle for Lang Vei" by Dave Stockwell). 

BEDLAM ON THE RAILS by Wayne Eugene Johnson (based on the book "Bedlam on the West Virginia Rails" by Wilson Casey). 

BILLY AND GEORGE by Ken Jones and Darryl L. Harris. 

BILLY THE KID (Episode 1) by Steven Sasso. 

CALL ME DEBRA by Agustin S. McCarthy & Melanie RW Oram (based on the memoir "Not Until You Have Walked in My Shoes" by Debra J. Hopkins). 

COMMITTED by Jill Morley (based on the book "A Marked Woman" by Joan Foor). 

DUKES by Tim Tuchrello (story by Mohamed Mirghahari & Scott Shepard). 

FANFARE FOR THE COMMON GIRL by Laurie Nelson Altenbern. 

HOBEY by Tom Mackie. 

LIKE HIM by Brian McGrath. 

LUDLOW by Sarah Kennedy. 

ONLY APPARENTLY REAL by Michael Judd Richter. 

PURSUIT OF PARADISE (Episode One: From Home to War) by Thomas N. Smith (based on the book "Pursuit of Paradise: The Story of an East Texas Farm Boy, The Pacific War, and Love" by Thomas N. Smith). 

RITCHIE BOY by Alan J. Field. 

SAVING MARK TWAIN by Staton Rabin. 

SUPREMACY by Rosalyn Rosen. 

THE POSITIVE KID by Robert Finoccoli. 

THE TRAVEL WRITER by Laurence Deblinger (based on Robert Louis Stevenson's life and his travel writings "The Amateur Emigrant", "Across the Plains", and "The Silverado Squatters"). 

VOYAGER by Damien Mulvaney. 

WHACK-A-MOLE (Pilot Episode "Into the Cabbage") by Amanda Boyden and Tana Parry. 

WHATEVER IT TAKES by Drew McInturff. 


2022 WINNER


HARPERS FERRY

by Kirby Heughan

An abolitionist attempts to ignite a slave rebellion prior to the Civil War.


2022 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


4-19-95 by Matt Skuta

ASH by Dave Stockwell (based on the book "Route 9 Problem: The Battle for Lang Vei")

BANKING THE COALS by Judi Robinson 

BENAVIDEZ by Davy Godfrey & Tabata Godfrey

CAN'T TELL by Donna Kipp

COLOR ME CROOKED by Don Desrosiers

ELMAS by Paul Kazandjian

FINAL BLOW by Simon Iliopoulos

HART CRANE by David Kaneen

JOHNNY by Zackary D. Hill, Joshua Riffle & Matthew D. Riffle

KENT by Sarah Granger

LOBOS by Sonny Rios

MANO NERA (BLACK HAND) by Samantha Caprio-Negret & Richard Price Sorin (Story by Philip J. Caprio)

MARSHAL BASS LAW by Sterling Daniels

NO. 7 by Alan J. Field & JanEric Ohrn

QUEEN OF HEARTS by Kathleen Welton

SHAOLIN WOLF-MAN by Tom Freyer

THE DEVIL & DICK GREGORY by Sean Slater

THE FIGHTING FIRST by Alex P. Stephens

THE JAMES KING VERSION by David Schroeder

THE NINE LIVES OF WALKER HARRIS by Vaughn Roste | Story by Derek Harris

THE PEAR TREE by K. M. Sandrick

TWO NIGHTS AT THE PINE STREET INN by J. Christopher Haslip

YOU AIN'T NEVER GONNA BE SHIT by Ken Lingo 

Z by Judy Belshe-Toernblom


2021 WINNER


RENDERED SAFE

by Jeff Ingber
Adapted from the book "Rendered Safe: Tales of an NYPD Bomb Tech" by Jeff Ingber

The son of a career criminal becomes a legendary NYPD Bomb Squad Detective, escaping death numerous times and solving the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. 


2021 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


7 SOULS by Judy Belshe-Toernblom

42 B by Patrick Gamble

A DYIN' BREED by Denny Rodman

ADORABLE: THE SARAH FURAY STORY by Mitch Smith

ANY AND ALL by Wayne Geschwindt

BASS REEVES: LEGENDARY LAWMAN by Steve Dini

BECOMING TENNESSEE by Judith Richland

BLACK MOLD by Carlos Guerrero

BOB & RAY by Nicole De Sapio & Michael De Sapio

DIAMOND GIRLS by Deni B. Sher

GESUALDO by Vaughn Roste

HEAVENS FALL by John D. Murphy

I ENJOY BEING A GIRL by Brandon Krajewski

IF WALLS COULD CRY by Patrick Wallace

IN THE RING WITH GIANTS by Paul Gordon

MAMA DUCK by David Gray

MAN OF ANOTHER AGE by David S. Warren

MEREDITH VS MISSISSIPPI by Lawrence Wells

MICHAEL FUCKING BAY by David Olson

ORDINARY COURAGE by Richard Stansell-Gamm

PESHTIGO! by Randy L. Bixby

PRAYING MANTIS IN A JAR by Rosalyn Rosen

ROANOKE by Joe K. Gilberto

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT by Craig Brown

SANDS by Jay Kanzler

TAL JONES: A BLACK OIL LEGACY by Pamela J. Richardson (story by Bernard Moore)

THE ADVENTURESS by Damien Mulvany

THE DRIVER by Christina Babinsack & Kristine Rodas-Callister

THE MAGICAL POWERS OF PROF by Michael Wayne Wojcik

THE POET AND THE PIXIE by Phil Nohl

THE SPLIT by Nicola Green

THE STORY OF ROSE by Jeff Edmond

TWO NIGHTS AT THE PINE STREET INN by J. Christopher Haslip

UNEQUAL JUSTICE by Laura Puccia Valtorta

YOUNG JOAN by Charlotte Sheppard


2020 WINNERS


BOOTH (Episode 1: "A Bad Hand")

by Thomas R. Cummings & Philip David Black

The most renowned American actor of his era trades fame, fortune, and family for a chance to gain an everlasting legacy as the savior of the Confederacy. Orchestrating a conspiracy of sympathizers, he plots to remove his biggest obstacle...the most beloved President in United States history.


OPERATION BABYLIFT

by John McCarney

A maverick airline CEO, a Volkswagen driving hippie, and an Iowa housewife risk their lives to save discarded mixed-race orphans in collapsing war torn Vietnam.


THE ONES INSIDE

by Alysia Sofios

Adapted from the book "Deadly Devotion" (previously published as "Where Hope Begins") by Alysia Sofios and Caitlin Rother

When a cult-like mass murder rocks a California town, a career-obsessed local news reporter must choose between her shot on the network or helping the brainwashed survivors of the crime.


TIPPING THE SCALES

by Michael Anthony McMillon

A functioning alcoholic businessman with depression struggles to find the balance between chasing his dream - acting in, and writing, Hollywood movies - and his moral responsibility to support his complicated family who solely rely on him for financial security.


2020 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


ANGELO by George Scholomite

BLIND JUSTICE by Ramona L. Taylor

BLOODY WILLIAMSON by Kristel Taylor

DEATH OF A REVOLUTION (Episode 1: "Hero of the Revolution") by Marshall S. Ferrin

DEATH OF A REVOLUTION (Episode 4: "Reign of Terror") by Marshall S. Ferrin

DIORBIVOL by Damien Mulvany

DUCHESS COUNTY by Michael Martin de Sapio

FAMILY PLAYBOOK by Michael Kenner

HEAVY (Pilot Episode) by Collette Legault

HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW by James Leon

LAST DAYS OF LAVENDER by Amanda Boyd

MAKING A KILLING IN REAL ESTATE by Thomas R. Cummings

MAMADOU THE GOLDEN HANDS by Mansa S. Mane'

MARSHAL BASS LAW by Sterling Daniels

MEMEMORMEE by K.C. Wilson

MODERN ART by Laurence Fuller

OFF GRID by Magnus Leijon

QUIET ON SET by Rose Sanchez

THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS BREAK by Joe Mousakheel

THE CALF AND THE LADLE by Andrew Stone

THE CHRISTMAS NOTES by Craig Clyde

THE FORGE by Howard W. Robertson

THE PROVEN KILLERS ARE STILL FREE by Paul Gordon

THE REFUGEE by Sydney Deeter

THE TRUE STORY OF THE S.S. REX (Pilot Episode) by Paula Dixon

THE VALLEY OF THE KINGS by Danny Sheehy

THE WAY WE WERE (Episode 1: A Day in the Life) by Rome Amari Mubarak

YOUNG WIDOW COFFIN by Scott Carneal


2019 WINNER


THE NIGHT WITCHES

by Steven Prowse

With wood and canvas biplanes, no radio, no lights, no defenses and no parachutes, just bombs, these WW2 Soviet pilots terrorized the German front line night after night. They just happened to be women.


2019 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


40 BILLION by J.J. Frey

BAD PERSIAN DAUGHTER by Sara Gharagozlou

BEFORE SHE WAS JOAN CRAWFORD by Crecia Mathalia

CARDINAL VIRTUES by Lawrence Whitener

DEATH FENCES by Ron Chepsiuk

DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS by Mariia Konstantinova

ELMAS by Paul Kazandjian

FLYING BIRD’S DIARY by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel

HEAL by Dave Tolchinsky

HEARTSTONE by Michael Williams, Robert Biheller andPhillip Margolin

IT STARTS WITH A WHISTLE by Tom Cavanaugh

MARSHAL BASS LAW by Sterling Daniels

No. 7 by Alan J. Field and JanEric Ohrn

SHE TOUCHED ME by Timothy Wayne Folsome

THE ICE KING by Nestor Villalobos

THE MAGNIFICENT MID-CENTURY MET by Nicole De Sapio

THE MONKEYPOD by Dane Pizzuti Krogman

UNDERTOW by Louisa de Cossy


2018 WINNER


COLORBLIND (The Legacy of Alvin Bell)

by Pamela Peak

It’s the 60s. An unusual group of white grade school kids, put their lives on the line to defend their beloved black teacher against racism, then willingly do it again when they reunite some thirty-five years later to honor the man who profoundly impacted their lives


2018 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


$40 BILLION FALSE CLAIMS by JJ Frey

BATTLE ROAD by Lawrence Pruyne

BEFORE SHE WAS JOAN CRAWFORD by Crecia Mathalia

DON’T WORRY ABOUT THE MULE GOING BLIND by Betty Tucker

KNOCKIN’ ON HEAVEN’S DOOR by Debra Pittman Tobin

LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT by Michael Monteith

NAPOLEON by Ian Burns

PSYCHOTIC by Douglas Lund

REMEMBERING LIZ by Joan Beilstein

SAY NO MORE by Salahudin Vance and Toby Osborne

SCAPEGOAT by Emilio Corsetti III

THE CRAWL UP by Gabriell DeBear Paye

THE FIELD - CPS INVESTIGATION by Darran Sampson

THE THURSDAY WHALER by Damien Mulvany

WISCONSIN KRUEGER’S 1918 by Dick Corman


2017 WINNERS


PUNCH CARD GIRLS

by Emily Aspland

In 1960’s Birmingham – the industrial heart of England – ambitious working class girl Maggie Goodwin strives to make a name for herself in the new and innovative world of computer programming. But her social status, gender and disreputable Black Country family mean she’s got her work cut out for her in a world where men are in charge and women are just Punch Card Girls.


ZIGI

by Jeff Eagle

Story by Max Levine and Jeff Eagle (based on the life of Zygmund Leboshevitz)

The true story of an Auschwitz survivor who reinvents himself as a butcher in racially unstable Brooklyn.


2017 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


$40 BILLION FALSE CLAIMS by J.J. Frey

BALL OF FIRE by Sean Coleman

FIVE STAGES TO FINALLY by Liliana Quiroga

HEAVIER THAN AIR by Bill Levinson

HOSTAGE: THE TRUE STORY OF A KIDNAPPING by Slavica Bogdanov

IN BAD COMPANY by Ke De Sol

LAST STOP by Tommy McInnis

LIONS OF THE SEA by Jessi Thind

MAN AT THE FOOT OF THE BED by Joey Madia

MARGARET by A.K. Russell

ONE BLADE by Robert Drusetta

REAFFIRMED: THE ROBERT DAVIS SOTRY by Mark Daniels

RINGS OF TRIUMPH by Greg Hill

THE DECLINE OF DAISY DE MELKER by Tony Bryan and Maureen Ann Bryan

THE HOUSE OF ESTHER BIRD by Rebecca Stallard

THE NEW WINE by Matt Pinard

THE SALT BOX by Robert J. Rogers

TRITON by Marc DeLamater

VON $TROHEIM by Nevada McPherson

WATCH YOU BACK, KHADAR by Taju Omolaran

YOU GOTTA DANCE by Bryant Daluz


2016 WINNERS


AFTER THE STORM

by Richard Willett

Stricken with polio in his thirties, Franklin Roosevelt resists identifying with the “crippled,” but then finds new life and hope within the community of handicapped people who pilgrimage to his hideaway in Georgia.


HELL HOUND

by Giancarlo Fusi

Episode One “The Legend of Robert Johnson”

During the Depression, a black sharecropper’s burning desire to be a traveling Bluesman leads him to sell his soul to Satan at a Mississippi crossroads to become the greatest guitarist ever.


KUNG-FU: THE GREAT BEGINNING

by Atul N. Rao

Episode One: “The Barbarian”

Based on the legendary tales of the Bodhi Dharma

Giving up on his Buddhist mission in Southern China, the Indian monk, Bodhi Dharma seeks passage to the Himalayas. Unfortunately, the Northern Emperor has plans to use him as apolitical pawn and forces him to stay under the watchful eye of the sadistic Warlord Peng.


PASSING THROUGH

by Craig Clyde

From the Translated Diaries of Berhnard Goldstein by Dr. Sam Goldstein

Bernie Goldstein did the impossible, more than once, just to find the woman he loved.


REACH FOR THE SKY

by Eric Carlson

Based on the true story of William Ghan

In 1964, a 26 year-old industrial arts teacher, accepts a position in a small rural Missouri high school where he defies the status quo and motivates a group of poor performing students to build a fully functional single seat airplane.


SHAOLIN WEREWOLF

by Tom Freyer

Based upon the life of Tai Djin

In nineteenth century China, a reclusive kung fu master shunned for his fur-covered face must lead a band of monks into battle against the Imperial army and treacherous general to save his Emperor and country.


THE TWENTY-ONE GUN SALUTE

by Ronald Lawson Ecker

A conflict of wills between U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and Mexican dictator Victoriano Huerta leads to a U.S. invasion of Veracruz.


2016 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


$40 BILLION FALSE CLAIMS by J.J. Frey

A FACE TO PAINT by KT Parker

A FEARLESS MIND by Zakaria Mir

BEFORE SHE WAS MOMMIE DEAREST by Crecia Mathalia

CRAZY CHARLIE by Ron Chepsiuk

FALLS CITY by Kit Wilson

FIGHTING FOR LIFE by Terry Miller

FOX CO. by Wayne Geschwindt

JOHN WARE by J.P. Hills

LION OF THE SEA by Peter Israelson

ONLY IN AMERICA by Andrew Garrett

PIPPA’S SONG by Diana Mitchell

RUTH by Caroline Slocock

THE PLAINTIFF by Cliff Barnett

THE SOYBEAN RINGS AGAIN by Lee Liu

WHITE KNIGHT by Susan Feehan

WIDE OPEN by Darla Phillips

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