CURRENT FILM/SCREENWRITING PROJECTS
Four Current Projects
The second book in a science fiction series commissioned by Level 4 Publishing.
Available on Amazon July 2020
FEATURE FILM ABOUT MARCONI
Directed by Jason Zavaleta
Loosely based on my book, "Marconi and his Muses"
SINGULARITY IN LOVE
A feature about the first AI to commit murder.
Currently being written on spec with Lisanne Sartor for Xing Xing Digital Corporation based in Beijing, China
A WINLUCKY PRODUCTION
Three short films about death in the desert. Written and produced by Pamela Winfrey and Terry Selucky.
The Last Horse (Written by Pamela Winfrey)
The Ride Out (Written by Terry Selucky and Pamela Winfrey)
Sky Burial (Written by Terry Selucky)
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•Surreal technology-driven scripts (think Her, Arrival, Black Mirror)
•Intense mid-western dramas (think Winter’s Bone, Field of Dreams)
•Strong female leads (think Let the Right One In, Spirited Away)
Feature Film Scripts:
A disaster satire that explores what happens when we wake up and there is no more coffee.
A selection for the 2019 Portland Comedy Festival
When the Whale Comes to Get Me
When Beanie, a pot smoking waif, befriends Fanny, a hoarder and agoraphobe, she is forced to think about something bigger than herself, and in doing so, saves herself and her friend.
Based on a true story, Bertha Benz steals her husband’s automobile and sets out in 1888 on the first ever road trip.
It’s a Boy!
In 2015, British scientists discovered a way to turn female bone marrow into sperm, allowing women to reproduce without the need of male companionship. Based on this new research, this pilot explores an all-female world a thousand years in the future and what occurs when a boy is born.
Runner up at Wise Words, Roadmap Writers, 2017
Singularity in Love
What happens when an artificial intelligence is better than humans at love, the most human emotion of all?
Runner up at the Citizen Jane Film Festival 2017
One of fifty finalists, Screencraft 2018
The Last Horse
Grief is madness and one must eventually let go. In this story, the last horse is the last straw.
The Ride Out
Windsor Holmes escaped from slavery in the south and became the most skilled cowboy anyone had seen in the 1850s. Driving and roping cattle, he thought his home was on the land... until he met Adelia. They fell fast in love, only her family wouldn't have it. The Last Cowboy shows that when history is rewritten, stories are reborn.