VARIETY of PROJECTS
Joseph Neil Schulman, American novelist, director, journalist wrote and directed Alongside Night (2015), depicts the salvation of America – whose economy has been destroyed by government intervention - by a hardcore cadre devoted to vountaryism and agorism. Schulman also scripted "Profile in Silver" (7 March 1986) episode of The Twilight Zone, in which an historian travels back in time to prevent the assassination of JFK. He made his directorial debut with Lady Magdalene's (2008) starring Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek).
Sacajawea by Lauren Weber Bell. The story of a Shoshoni chief's young daughter and her struggle to survive the tribes of America and a Missouri River expedition as she becomes one of the most iconic nation's heroines. The Black List recommended and is based on the novel Sacajawea (1978) by Anna Lee Waldo.
Fly Over Country
Fly Over Country by David M. Waters. A powerful and poignant story set in war-torn Afghanistan about a bond that develops between two men, a bond the US Army does not recognize and the Afghan government will execute for.
The screenplay won first place in the LGBT screenplay category at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and was a semifinalist at the Diverse Voices screenplay competition (entered in both with the title MEENA)..
Enchanted Opal by Colonel Alan Smith USMC (ret). "After a young girl meets a mysterious woman warning her of impending danger, she comes face-to-face with her assassin, realizing the dream world which whispered, sometimes tormented her nights about an ancient past will unexpectedly be revealed."