MR. MALCOLM’S LIST

When a mysterious young lady arrives in London and begins meeting every qualification on his list of desired qualities in a bride, Mr. Malcolm is not sure whether he's found the perfect woman, or the perfect hoax.

Based on Suzanne’s novel of the same name, MR. MALCOLM’S LIST was reviewed on the Black List, where its ratings made it the highest rated Romance script on the site. A reviewer wrote: “This script provides wit, fun and extravagance with a dose of misunderstanding in all the right places....It’s just a well-written, fun to read script that hits all the right beats.”


SIR PLUM

The true story of famed comic novelist P.G. Wodehouse, who finds himself trapped behind enemy lines during World War II and accused by the British of betraying his country.

A reviewer said: “The characterization and dialogue in this script are superb. Many of the lines were a pleasure to read and completely appropriate and contextual for the period. Not only was the dialogue completely organic, but their structure and vocabulary exemplified great thought and precision....This story is fascinating and there are a number of elderly British actors who would probably jump at a role like this.”

DANCING WITH THE PRINCE

Endowed with too much grace by a fairy godmother, a prince grows up to find no lady in the land is graceful enough to be his bride. So his anxious parents sponsor a dance contest with him as the prize.

DANCING WITH THE STARS meets THE PRINCESS BRIDE.

A reviewer wrote: “Impeccable attention to detail makes this script stand out. Comedic details...are clever and funny in their brilliant simplicity. The story itself is original enough to be different from other animated fairy tales that have found success in recent years, but also familiar enough to have real marketable potential.”