FAMILY Short Film of the Day: THE INDIAN OUTSIDE, by Mickey Daily

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: THE INDIAN OUTSIDE

Written by: Mickey Daily

Type: Short

Genre: Family

Logline: A precocious preteen attempts to help a stranger against the wishes of her controlling mother.

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FAMILY TV PILOT of the Day: GROWING UP, by Cynthia Garbutt

Title: GROWING UP

Written by: Cynthia Garbutt

Genre: Family

Type: TV PILOT

LOGLINE: Growing up has never been isn’t easy. Consider it a challenge.

Synopsis: Megan is a child of the 60s – living in New Orleans, she is not your typical little girl nor is she from a typical family.

It’s also a time when the issues of gender and female stereotypes are being questioned by society. Follow her as meets these challenges head on and develops into a strong, self-reliant, independent, resilient young woman.

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FAMILY Feature Film of the Day: ALABAMA, by Nicole Jamison

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Alabama

Written by: Nicole Jamison

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Family

Logline: A Voluptuous southern belle is forced to go on a journey of self discovery and self forgiveness after losing her only sibling.

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FAMILY Feature Film of the Day: AUDIBLE, by Gregg Napoli

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Audible

Written by: Gregg Napoli

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Family, Sports

Logline: The Grandson of an Ohio Football coaching Legend. A young boy loses his family to tragedy and has his love and passion for football as his guiding light. Overcoming obstacles throughout his early life he finds comfort in football. Ultimately his passion transcends him to greatness in spite of all that is stacked against him.

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FAMILY TV Show of the Day: MINIGOLF CHASE, by Emir Zukic

Title: MINIGOLF CHASE

Written by: Emir Zukic

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Family

Logline: A game of putting skills and trivia knowledge consist of 7 levels that contestant has to pass in order to win a main prize. Every missed putt require assigned trivia question to be answered in order to pass the level, or stop playing and keep the winnings.

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FAMILY Short Film of the Day: TEARS IN MY EYE, by Abiodun Wotter

Title: Tears in my Eye

Written by: Abiodun Wotter

Type: SHORT SCRIPT

Genre: Family

Logline: Love is the foundation of a happy home but the evil men did in their home for a perfect wife is another episode.

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Read the best of NEW FAMILY Feature Film Loglines:

Read the best of NEW FAMILY Feature Film Loglines: 

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FALLING THROUGH CRACKS, by Cindy Yee Kong


SUPERHEROINE AND HER FATHER, by Terezia Derbala


ALL THE CREATURES, by H. Turk


SEAHORSE COVE, by Randy White


A SILENT, by Manish Kumar


SHIPWRECK ON SHADOWWORLD, by David Beshears


SUNKEN BONES, by Eric Monteiro


THE GREAT TRAGEDY, by Lisa Dunbar


MILLION DOLLAR CARD, by Dean B. Kaner


OUT FLYING PAST MY BEDTIME, by Linda Falcao


THE CHRISTMAS STORM, by Maha Awad


SURVIVING DESTINY, by Doris Lee


JESSICA: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN INFANT, by Jeffrey Von Glahn Phd.

 

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THE CHRISTMAS STORM, by Maha Awad

SURVIVING DESTINY, by Doris Lee

JESSICA: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN INFANT, by Jeffrey Von Glahn Phd.

Family Logline of the Day: OLIVER THE DANCING DETECTIVE, by Robert Parera

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: OLIVER THE DANCING DETECTIVE [the case of the Stolen Golden Biscuit}

Written by: Robert Parera

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Animation, Family, Comedy

Logline: While in the midst of practicing for a country line dance contest, Private Detective Oliver {cocker spaniel] is enlisted by Mayor Murphy {shar pie} to help find his Daughters Famous Stolen Golden Biscuit.

Pitch: Mr Peabody meets Speed racer.

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Family Logline of the Day: GOOD AFRICAN BANANAS, by Victor Ogugua

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Going African Bananas

Written by: Victor Ogugua

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Comedy, Family, Drama

Logline: A rich girl has three first class tickets to go holiday in Africa, Including one for her dog (Pet Chihuahua) who gets replaced by her two friends and a fake African prince; from Cairo in Egypt to Nigeria in West Africa they get to see Africa with all the good and bad sides of it. “Like when the Africans mother slaps the American for greeting her husband as Ma Dawg” its a hilarious and fast paced comedy guaranteed to get laughs with a bright prospect for sequels.

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