KING of nothing (FEATURE, DARK COMEDY)
After a prophetic visit by the ghost of his circus monkey, a washed-up clown sets out to resurrect the circus of his glory-years by stealing cereal coupons. Read first five pages here.
THE BEACH COMBERS (FEATURE, DRAMA)
Vandalism sets a sleepy Puerto Rican coastal town on edge. But when her garden is destroyed, a schoolgirl captures the criminal, and begins a perilous battle of mindgames.
DEAR GINA, WISH YOU WERE HERE, LOVE JESÚS (FEATURE, ROMANTIC COMEDY)
When her husband is arrested for a Ponzi scheme, a riches-to-rags Southern Belle joins a group of hippie nuns, and competes with her mom for the love of a homeless violinist named Jesús. Read first five pages here.
Semifinalist in Sundance Screenwriters' Lab 2016.
Feature script won "Best Romance" at 7th Oaxaca Film Festival 2016. The script competed in three categories: "Best Original Concept," "Best Overall Script," and "Best Romance."
HOW TO EAT PHO (feature, DARK COMEDY)
Once settling on a bet with Death herself, a dying porn star tries to unify his estranged daughters by staging an elaborate funeral, Viking style. Read first five pages here.
Feature script accepted in the 6th International Oaxaca Film Festival's Global Script Challenge 2015.
Semifinalist at Sundance Screenwriters' Lab 2016.
joan of Arkansas (FEATURE, COMEDY)
Despite their age differences, Steve and Trinh have one thing in common: save their small town theater from destruction. These two geeks travel back in time to get Joan of Arc to star in their play. What they don't count on is Joan's attraction to playing for the high school football team, and what she overcomes to do it.
WHITE TRASH MEDEA (SHORT)
You know the Medea story, the ancient Greek myth where a lovestruck Medea falls for Jason of the Argonauts. Betrayal by her beloved leads her to some rather questionable actions to their offspring. But...do you know this story with a bit of Pabst Blue Ribbon and the prize giveaway show Queen For a Day thrown in?