Please contact me to read any of the following:
Feature Film Scripts
Genre: Contained Thriller
Length: 105 pages
Logline: A poker pro on death row gets a chance at freedom on the live comeback TV show of a disgraced Idol judge.
Review: “First, I have to tell you that I loved reading your script. It caught me early and I just couldn’t take my eyes off the page. You have a tremendous gift for dialogue.”
“You have a tremendous story of revenge and redemption.”
Paul Pastore, optioned finalist in the Austin Screenplay Contest.
Short Film Scripts
First Person Shooter
Length: 10 pages
Logline: an angry teenager meets his dead father, but is it a video game, real life, or something else?
Creation v Evolution: What Really Happened
Length: 4 pages
Logline: What if God went to Hollywood to get help making the world?
The Dear Departed
Length: 4 pages
Logline: The recently deceased head of a crime family pulls one last stunt when he reads his own will to his children.
Kudos: finalist in the Palm Street Films short film script contest 2012.
Length: 6 pages
Logline: Two TV presenters are left high and dry when neither winner of their national video dating contest attend the first prize dinner date.
(Sold, currently in post)
Length 6 pages
Logline: When an attractive actor auditions for a pretty casting agent, the plain intern is the proverbial third wheel. Or is she?
Short TV Scripts
The Picture of Dorian Burns (Simpsons Treehouse of Horror)
Length: 8 pages
Logline: Oscar Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray, adapted for the Simpsons.
Review: “From someone who has spent years trying to write something ‘Simpsonesque’, I can vouch that Ed Love’s script is right on the money. Very funny, very clever, and great adapted source material. Bravo, Mr Ed! ”
Rick Miller of MacHomer, his award winning one man Simpsons/MacBeth show.
“There’s no doubt you CAN write a screenplay- that I am most assured of. In fact, I think, overall, you are a better writer than I.”
“As I said earlier, you ARE one helluva good writer.”
Geno Scala, optioned multiple contest winner at Shark Eating Man Productions.
“I have worked with Ed on a short film for Tropfest, and he with me on
a professional shoot for a client.
On each occasion Ed was passionate, dedicated and willing to learn new
techniques and eager to achieve the best possible outcome.
I have no doubt that if Ed’s passion for his calling, a willingness to learn and a
creative mind are criteria for success in the film industry, Ed will be a leader
in the field.”
Alan Malcolm, Film Maker at Herding Cats Productions