The best films of the next 2 years…


300 studio executives chose the top 10 scripts they’ve read all year…here are just a few screenplays making their way to the big screen in 2012/3.

133 lists: The Imitation Game by Graham Moore

The story of British WWII cryptographer Alan Turing, who cracked the German Enigma code and later poisoned himself after being criminally prosecuted for being a homosexual.

84: When The Street Lights Go On by Chris Hutton, Eddie O’Keefe

In the early 1980s, a town suffers through the aftermath of a brutal murder of a high school girl and a teacher.

59: Chewie by Evan Susser, Van Robichaux

A satirical behind the scenes look at the making of Star Wars through the eyes of Peter Mayhew who played Chewbacca.

53: The Outsider by Andrew Baldwin

In post World War II Japan, an American former prisoner-of-war rises in the yakuza.

43: Father Daughter Time: A Tale of Armed Robbery and Eskimo Kisses by Matthew Aldrich

A man goes on a three state crime spree with an accomplice, his eleven year old daughter.

33: In The Event of A Moon Disaster by Mike Jones

An alternate telling of the historic APOLLO 11 mission to land on the moon that examines what might have happened if the astronauts had crash landed there.

30: Maggie by John Scott

As a “walking dead” virus spreads across the country, a farm family helps their eldest daughter come to terms with her infection as she slowly becomes a flesh-eating zombie.

30: The Current War by Michael Mitnick

Based on the true story of the race between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse to develop a practical system of electricity and sell their respective inventions to the country and the world.

28: The End by Aron Eli Coleite

Four people – a veteran broadcaster in London, a sixteen year old girl and her boyfriend in Ann Arbor, and a devoted family man in Shanghai – each try to make peace with their lives before an interstellar event ends the world in six hours.

27 Beyond The Pale by Chad Feehan

Teenage siblings suspect they’ve been ripped off by the town undertaker, but what they discover is much more sinister than either imagined.

27: Ezekiel Moss by Keith Bunin

A mysterious stranger who possibly has the power to channel the souls of the dead changes the lives of everyone in a small Nebraska town, especially a young widow and her 11 year old son.

24: Grace of Monaco by Arash Amel

Grace Kelly, age 33 and having given up her acting career to focus on being a full time princess, uses her political maneuvering behind the scenes to save Monaco while French Leader Charles de Gaulle and Monaco’s Prince Rainier III are at odds over the princi¬pality’s standing as a tax haven.

24: He’s FUCKIN’ Perfect by Lauryn Kahn

A social media savvy girl who is pessimistic about love finds the perfect guy and decides to use her internet research skills to turn herself into his perfect match.

23: Bethlehem by Larry Brenner

A group of people struggling to survive a zombie apocalypse make an alliance with a vampire, trading themselves as food in exchange for protection since zombies don’t eat vampire.

20 The Three Misfortunes of Geppetto by Michael Vukadinovich

A prequel to the story of Pinocchio in which  Geppetto endures a life of misfortune, war, and ad¬venture, all to be with Julia Moon, his true love.

20: Powell by Ed Whitworth

Based on the true story of Colin Powell questioning the Bush administration leading up to his United Nations presentation where he made the case for going to war with Iraq.

19: The Knoll by Christopher Cantwell, Christopher Rogers

A rookie cop and his potential flame witness JFK gunned down from the grassy knoll on November 22, 1963. Within hours, they’re on the run from the murderers who desperately need them silenced.

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