SCREENPLAYS

In Chronological Order Of Year Conceived

1996-2019

 

HUNTING DIANA

(DRAMA/FANTASY) A twenty-something nuyorican Jazz musician from New York, visiting his chicana girlfriend in Los Angeles, struggles with his music career, a life threatening disease and a tragedy from his past while also being hunted by a mythological goddess.

 

In Indian Country:

(DRAMA) A high school senior and track star from New Mexico—who dreams of attending NYU film school—deals with family issues, the discovery of his true cultural identity as a Native-American and the mother he never knew he had; as well as being torn between the diverse styles of his two running coaches: one a Navajo tribesman, one a washed up Olympic track coaching looking for his second chance.

Hey Joe:

("FOREST GUMP" MEETS "WALL STREET") A modern day re-telling of the Biblical story of Joseph from Genesis, satirizing the most notorious scandals in both U.S. Politics and Corporate America over the past 40 years.

Camera Ready:

(INDIE FLAVORED DRAMA) A relationship between a recovering addict women's lifestyle magazine photographer and his substance abuse counselor fiancée is threatened when he's tasked with a career changing interview with a famous pop star/model/actress. (A nod to the French New Wave & New Hollywood Cinema)

*BLACK FRIDAY MASACRE:

   (*Co-Written with Jason Slawson)

(DARK COMEDY/SATIRICAL COMEDY) Only Black Friday and a documentary news crew can save Preston Rigley’s family-owned Rigley Super-Mart of Kansas City, MO from extinction after a fallen crate crushes a minimum wage employee and a team of big-box store corporate heavies threaten to compete with their flagship store.

 

ScreenCraft Comedy Screeplay Competition Semi-Finalist

(INDIE COMEDY - written as a starring vehicle for Marc Maron) A public melt down sets one-time legendary comedian Jay Walker on a self-destructive all-night bender, but every bad decision only fuels his hilarious journey through the seedy side of Las Vegas, and ultimately leads to resurrecting his career.

Screenplay

 

All In the Music:

(INDE ROCK DRAMEDY - written as a starring vehicle for Marc Maron) Natalie "Peppers" Bellmont, an adopted 18-year-old bass player coming of age during the Seattle Grunge scene of the ‘90s, receives an unfinished autobiography written by a '70s Rock music manager that leads Natalie to Los Angeles where the truth about her past is revealed.

Screenplay

All In the Music

Screenplay By

Stephen Montagne

To live a life in Rock 'N Roll,

You got to be in it for the whole ride!

Listen to samples of the music that would be featured on  the soundtrack

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