An anxiety-stricken, pot-smoking, world-famous classical pianist must return to the spotlight and play a concert at Carnegie Hall in order to save his Montana ranch house from disappearing into a massive sinkhole. A stripper he relies on to ease his anxieties is targeted by a violent racist and bigot. ***** Quarter-Finalist in 2018 PAGE screenwriting competition, and Semi-Finalist in 2018 ISA Table Read Hollywood. Placed in Overall Top 10% in 2017 Nicholl Fellowship screenwriting competition. 2017 WeScreenplay Semi-Finalist. Recent Black List coverage describes it as "an interesting character study that independent production companies might find appealing as an awards season contender." 2017 Slamdance screenwriting competition coverage reads: "The tone of the script is similar to a Thomas Pinchon noir. Overall, a very entertaining story and Haldern's character (male lead) has the potential to go down in cinematic history." R-rated.
A disgraced former NASA astronaut gets a second chance when he is sent into space to repair The Hubble Telescope. On an unscheduled orbit around the dark side of the moon, he uncovers an alien plot to destroy all life on Earth and must try to stop it. But then he has to be rescued by SHE, a being of exceptional and extraordinary origin. ** STUDIO FRANCHISE ** Quarter-Finalist in 2018 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi screenwriting competition. Excellent coverage in 2017 Slamdance screenwriting competition said, "This script stands out in it's originality, and the quirkiness makes it a joy to read. It could easily become a cult classic." Also a Strong Consider rating from ScreenplayReaders.com.