Feature Screenplay, 106 pages, drama/comedy. Kolby dumps her dead husband’s ashes down the sink when she learns that he knocked up her best friend. Now, she must wrestle with the truth as she embarks on a road trip to scatter those ashes with his overbearing family and the kooky recipient of his transplanted heart.
2019: Selected as a participant in the New York Women in Film & Television From Script to Preproduction program.
2018: Winner - Table Read my Screenplay Austin // Finalist - PAGE Screenwriting Awards // Finalist - Stowe Story Labs Fellowship // Semifinalist - ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship
2017: Winner (2nd Place) - WeScreenplay Feature Contest // Finalist - NYU Vague Production Fund // Semifinalist - WeScreenplay Diverse Voices // Second Rounder - Austin Film Festival // Semifinalist - Screencraft Jamaica Screenwriting Residency // Semifinalist - Screencraft Drama Contest // Quarterfinalist - Screencraft Comedy Contest
2016: Top Ten Drama Finalist - Final Draft Big Break
2015: Quarterfinalist - Academy Nicholl Fellowships
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Half-hour Pilot Screenplay, 30 pages, comedy, written with Corinne Caputo. Two acquaintances who barely get along are hit by a truck, die, and become ghosts. Now trapped together for eternity, they navigate the afterlife and try to figure out their unfinished business.
2017 New York Television Festival Notable Writers
Quarterfinalist - 2017 Screencraft Pilot Launch TV Script Contest
Projects In Development
On Her Own (feature): A biopic about the first woman in Congress, Jeannette Rankin. Currently being written from an outline that was workshopped through Sundance Co//ab’s 12-Week Screenwriting Intensive.
Where We Started (short): A woman reflects on a difficult relationship at the place where it first began. Currently entering pre-production with Erica directing.
Outstanding Ladies (short): A contestant comes to terms with her mediocrity at a women's scholarship pageant. Currently written as an early draft.
With Corinne Caputo:
Spaceboat (feature): Marth, an eager but awkward scientist, is ridiculed when she claims that she was abducted by aliens, but when her childhood friend Beth, a respected science journalist, also goes suspiciously missing, only Marth can save her… and the world! Currently in script revisions.
Good Game (short): A rec league softball team tries to get one win in their losing season. Written by Corinne Caputo, to be directed by Erica in Spring 2019, currently entering pre-production.