Scripts

I’ve read every one of these and I think they’re pretty good.

Okay, so yeah, I wrote them. Maybe you should decide for yourself.

Feature length.

Every summer when the spoiled, rich college kids come down to the lake, Matt fantasizes about killing them. But this summer is different. This summer Matt meets Hank –– a “retired” slasher who misses the game… 

The Lakeside Slasher

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I didn’t write this. Brian Belefant did. I will not steal it. I won’t claim, imply, or even allow others to infer that I wrote it, represent it, or have anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me written permission to do so. Or that anyone other than Brian wrote it, represents it, or has anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me (or them) written permission to do so.

  • Semifinalist, Chesterfield Film Writer’s Project

  • Second Runner-Up, The Next John Carpenter Movie

  • Finalist, AKA Shriekfest

  • Quarterfiinalist, Screenwriting Expo

  • Semifinalist , Nevada Film Office Screenwriters Competition

  • Finalist, Acclaim Film and Television

  • Finalist, WriteMovies.com

  • Finalist, The Hollywood Gateway/Studio Notes

  • Semifinalist, Winner Take All

  • Finalist, Scr(i)pt Magazine/Open Door

Feature length.

One by one, residents of an island populated by psychics and mediums have gone missing. The mainland police chief suspects murder. It can’t be, though. If they were dead, surely the island’s clairvoyant residents would have heard from them.

The Other Side

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I didn’t write this. Brian Belefant did. I will not steal it. I won’t claim, imply, or even allow others to infer that I wrote it, represent it, or have anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me written permission to do so. Or that anyone other than Brian wrote it, represents it, or has anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me (or them) written permission to do so.

  • Finalist, Winner Take All

  • Finalist, Practical Paradox

  • Quarterfinalist, Hollywood’s Next Success

  • Quarterfinalist, American Screenwriting

  • Finalist, Filmmakers Magazine

Feature length.

On William Sterling’s last mission as a spy for the British Secret Service, he inadvertently comes across another aging secret agent who shares his exact identity. The two must overcome their mistrust of each other and work together to find out what’s going on before whoever is after them manages to kill them both.

Make Mine a Double

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  • Quarterfinalist, CineStory

  • Finalist, WriteMovies.com

  • Semifinalist, Winner Take All

  • Top Ten, Maverick Blueprint

  • Top Five, Applause

Feature length.

After 14 years being held hostage by terrorists, William Sterling is set free. All he has to do is deliver a letter to the Pope. But when he sees his wife with another man, he blows out of there for a tropical paradise. Unfortunately for him, the President wants to show off a freed hostage, the Pope wants his letter, and the terrorists aren’t happy about him not holding up his end of the bargain.

Liberty

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  • First Prize, Winner Take All

  • Quarterfinalist, Cinestory

  • Honorable Mention, Final Draft Big Break

  • Third Prize, Scr(i)pt Magazine/Open Door

  • Finalist, Acclaim Film and Television

  • Semifinalist, American Accolades

Feature length.

Eight-year-old Danny is bullied by his “best friend” Tony and ignored by Cheryl, the girl he’s in love with. When Tony taunts him into playing a game of hide-and-seek, Danny hides so well that nobody finds him for 20 years. Danny finally comes out –– an eight-year-old kid in a 28-year-old’s body. And he’s going to have to grow up fast if he’s going to stop Cheryl from marrying Tony. 

Ready or Not

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Half-hour animated television show.

I was hired to write this script for King’s Hawaiian Bread –– the story of Halloween from a Hawaiian point of view.

The Legend of Hallowaiian

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I didn’t write this. Brian Belefant did. I will not steal it. I won’t claim, imply, or even allow others to infer that I wrote it, represent it, or have anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me written permission to do so. Or that anyone other than Brian wrote it, represents it, or has anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me (or them) written permission to do so.

Short film.

Sorta like Kurusawa’s Rashomon or maybe Kieślowski’s Troi Coleurs trilogy –– intertwined stories of a college kid who smudged the phone number of the hot girl he met at a party, an aspiring writer whose desk is being repossessed, an elderly couple splurging to buy an ironing board, two terrorists driving a van with a nuclear weapon in the back, and a couple of neighborhood missionaries trying to convert a bored woman.

Countdown

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I didn’t write this. Brian Belefant did. I will not steal it. I won’t claim, imply, or even allow others to infer that I wrote it, represent it, or have anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me written permission to do so. Or that anyone other than Brian wrote it, represents it, or has anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me (or them) written permission to do so.

Super short short film.

In the style of David Lynch. In the middle of the night, a man wakes to the sound of someone in his living room. It’s only three pages, so I’m not going to give away the ending.

American Foreign Policy, a Metaphor

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I didn’t write this. Brian Belefant did. I will not steal it. I won’t claim, imply, or even allow others to infer that I wrote it, represent it, or have anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me written permission to do so. Or that anyone other than Brian wrote it, represents it, or has anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me (or them) written permission to do so.

Short film.

Santa Claus shows up with a pony at the apartment of a disillusioned 30-year-old woman who, 23 years ago, didn’t get her wish because somebody at the North Pole screwed up.

The Nice List

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I didn’t write this. Brian Belefant did. I will not steal it. I won’t claim, imply, or even allow others to infer that I wrote it, represent it, or have anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me written permission to do so. Or that anyone other than Brian wrote it, represents it, or has anything to do with it unless and until Brian grants me (or them) written permission to do so.

Short film.

A homeless man finds a potato chip with the image of Jesus Christ on it.