2015 Winner and Finalists


Feature Screenplay Winner




 Kimi Howl Lee


  When a broke Fem-studies major with an unwanted pregnancy assumes an alias and delves into a transactional relationship with an affluent family man, she must masquerade as a suburban trophy wife while finishing her degree––before her dual identity is unveiled.

Read Kimi Howl Lee’s Interview 


For professional inquiries, please contact Kimi at kimihowllee@gmail.com


2015 Feature Finalists




by Alex Rollins Berg

After a flash flood kills his father, destroys the family farm and leaves him to support his younger brothers, a poor but enterprising teenager sets off to Kuala Lumpur for an iPhone factory job, only to get caught up in the lives of the fabulously wealthy American factory owners.

 Read Alex Rollins Berg’s Interview

For professional inquiries, please contact Alex at alex.rollins.berg@gmail.com




     Scriptures and Cigarettes

       by Joseph O’Driscoll

     After a near-death experience, a devout Mormon teenager experiments with the         outside world for the first time, risking his relationship with his family and             community.

Read Joseph O’Driscoll’s Interview

 For professional inquiries, please contact Joseph at josephammonodriscoll@gmail.com




Patrick Lawler Black and WhiteTed Sschaefer

Taking the Toll – The Life and Life of Gilbert Booth

by Theodore Schaefer & Patrick Lawler

A young toll booth operator falls for a woman at his father’s nursing home but soon discovers that it’s her 99 year old grandmother who may be more in tune to his eccentric philosophies, including time travel and his imaginary friend.

For professional inquiries, please contact Theodore & Patrick at theodore.schaefer@gmail.com

Read Theodore & Patrick’s Interview



The Anxieties of Peter Wilhelm

by Palmer Holton

When Peter Wilhelm’s adulterous daydreams creep too close towards becoming reality, he finds himself being whisked away to a rehab facility for sex addiction, only to become part of a radical new procedure that promises to make him fall in love with his wife again… or drive him insane.

For professional inquiries, please contact Palmer at palmerholton@yahoo.com

Read Palmer Holton’s Interview





 View More: http://sixview.pass.us/susan-flemingSix Months of Wonder Woman

by Susan Fleming

 On her twenty-first birthday, a fledgling poet plans her escape from home, but not before her superhero-loving mother has one last questionable lesson to teach.

For professional inquiries, please contact Susan at susanceciliafleming@gmail.com

Read Susan Fleming’s Interview



2015 Short Finalists


image1 Silk

by Danielle Barcena

 An abused woman struggles to free herself from her brother’s web of control when a grocery store clerk offers her the chance to escape.

 For professional inquiries, please contact Danielle at danielle@cinemaduo.com

Read Danielle Barcena’s Interview



The Last Days of the Dolores Project

by Ludwig Thelin

 In a few days, the chimpanzee Dolores will step out of the flight simulator and onto a real airplane, together with the pilot who taught her how to fly, but before the flight, the pilot wants to tell a colleague a secret.

For professional inquiries, please contact Ludwig at ludwig.thelin@gmail.com

Read Ludwig Thelin’s Interview


Darren Tibbits


by Darren Robert Tibbits


Following the deaths of two teenage boys, a small-town simpleton with a hobby of crashing strangers’ funerals makes the locals more uncomfortable by trying to sell his homemade casket.

 For professional inquiries, please contact Darren at tueborfilms@gmail.com

Read Darren Robert Tibbits’ Interview


INTERNATIONAL Prize: The Joplin Award

Best screenplay from outside the USA, UK, and Canada

 profile 1


by Leonardo Noboru de Lima


An unhappy family man faces another level of his mundane existence when he wakes up to find himself inhabiting a sitcom version of his life.

For professional inquiries, please contact Leonardo at leo.noboru.delima@gmail.com

Read Leonardo Noboru de Lima’s Interview



INTERNATIONAL Prize: The Cordelia Award

Best screenplay from the UK

 PastedGraphic-1 copy

Butter Side Up

by Kitty Percy


When a hopelessly unlucky smalltime criminal kidnaps a celebrity by mistake, he finds his luck starting to change in unexpected ways.

For professional inquiries, please contact Kitty at kittypercybutter@gmail.com

Read Kitty Percy’s Interview



The 2015 Feature Quarter-Finalists can be found here

The 2015 Shorts Quarter-Finalists can be found here

The 2015 Feature Semi-Finalists can be found here

The 2015 Shorts Semi-Finalists can be found here


Thanks to all the writers for their submissions!

For script inquiries, please email info@bluecatscreenplay.com.