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The Black List 2014: Top Unproduced Screenplays of the Year

The Blacklist Unproduced Screenplays

The Black List for 2014. The Black List, a listing of the top unproduced screenplays for 2014, has been released. The best unproduced screenplays from The Black List 2014 were compiled by votes from over 500 “execs, agency guys, and high-level assistants. Titled The Black List, the annual compendium highlights both established screenwriters and up-and-comers, and has served as a launching pad in the past for projects. This year’s list consists of 70 screenplays. “Of the scripts on the 2014 list, 47.1 percent have a financier attached, and 73.2 percent have a producer attached.

The 2014 Black List scripts, ranked by number of votes (in parentheses) next to them:

Catherine the Great by Kristina Lauren Anderson (51)

Rockingham by Adam Morrison (38)

The Swimsuit Issue by Randall Green (35)

The Babysitter by Brian Duffield (34)

Rothchild by John Patton Ford (32)

The Wall by Dwain A Worrell (30)

Cascade by Kieran Fitzgerald (25)

Aether by Krysty Wilson-Cairns (24)

Situation Comedy by Cat Vasko (24)

Tau by Noga Landau (23)

Echo by Chris MacBride (18)

Mena by Gary Spinelli (18)

Dodge by Scott Wascha (17)

North of Reno by Banipal Ablakhad, Benhur Ablakhad (17)

On the Basis of Sex by Daniel Stiepleman (17)

Moonfall by David Weil (16)

The Munchkin by Will Widger (16)

Matriarch by Eric Koenig (15)

The Defection by Ken Nolan (15)

The Long Haul by Dan Stoller (15)

Berliner by F Scott Frazier (14)

One Fell Swoop by Greg Scharpf (14)

Bird Box by Eric Heisserer (13)

Huntsville by Anthony Ragnone (13)

In the Deep by Anthony Jaswinski (13)

The Search by Spencer Mondshein (13)

Yellowstone Falls by Daniel Kunka (13)

Syndrome (E) by Mark Heyman (12)

Beef by Jeff Lock (11)

Black Winter by Jonathan Stewart and Jake Crane (11)

Cartoon Girl by Randall Green (11)

Road to Oz by Josh Golden (11)

Big Time Adolescence by Jason Orley (10)

LBJ by Joey Hartstone (10)

Possession: A Love Story by Jack Stanley (10)

The Secret Ingredients of Rockey Cola by Mike Vukadinovich (10)

The Shower by Jac Schaeffer (10)

Celeritas by Kimberly Barrante (9)

I am Ryan Reynolds by Billy Goulston (9)

Jackpot by Dave Callaham (9)

Plus One by April Prosser (9)

Wonka by Jason Micallef (9)

Beauty Pageant by Shea Mirzai and Evan Mirzai (8)

Bismarck by Jared Cowie (8)

Morgan by Seth W. Owen (8)

Shadow Run by Joe Gazzam (8)

The Bringing by Brandon Murphey and Philip Murphey (8)

The Takeway by Julia Cox (8)

Blink by Hernany Perla (7)

Boston Strangler by Chuck Maclean (7)

Everyone Wants Everything by Abraham Higginbotham (7)

Gifted by Tom Flynn (7)

Manchester by the Sea by Kenneth Lonergan (7)

Merc by Andrew Bozalis and Derek Mether (7)

Professor Pasghetti by Jeff Feuerstein (7)

Erin’s Voice by Greg Sullivan (7)

The Eden Project by Christina Hodson (7)

A Garden at the End of the World by Gary Graham (7)

Uncle Shelby by Brian Brown and Elliott DiGuiseppi (7)

Coffee & Kareem by Shane McCarthy (6)

Forgive Me by Max Hurwitz (6)

In Real Time by Chai Hecht (6)

In This, My Darkest Hour by Bryan McMullin (6)

Money Monster by Alan DiFiore, Alan Rauf and Jamie Linden (6)

My Friend Dahmer by Marc Meyers (6)

Seducing Ingrid Bergman by Arash Amel (6)

The Beautiful Game by Zander Lehmann (6)

The Founder by Rob Siegel (6)

The Man in the Rockefeller Suit by David Bar Katz (6)

The Wilde Ones by Tyler Shields (6)

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Source: Hollywoodreporter

 

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