THE GRAVITY SPOT
Genre: Noir Detective/Science Fiction
Screenplay: Tom Sediman
A failing L.A. private eye, still suffering battle trauma from WWII, stumbles across top-secret government experiments with anti-gravity in the Nevada desert. Chinatown meets Inception in 1950's America.
Winner- 2015 Fade-In Award Screenplay Competition (SciFi)
Semi-Finalist- 2016 Screencraft Sci-Fi Screenplay Competition
2014 Austin Screenwriting Competition- Darkwoods Productions Sci-Fi Award
Screenplay Erik Huber & Tom Seidman
Arthur Burns, a geeky teenage outsider who excels at video games but has no friends, discovers a mysterious online game with telekinetic powers, which allows him to control electro-mechanical objects (cars, TVs, traffic lights) in real life.
At first Arthur uses the game to fight injustice and win the heart of his secret crush, but he soon finds himself drawn deeper and deeper into the game's dark purpose.
The Private Lives
THE INCREDIBLE UNTOLD TRUE STORY
THE PRIVATE LIVES OF THOMAS JEFFERSON
Genre: Historical Docudrama
Screenplay: Tom Seidman
A popular American politician loses his wife to a devastating illness. Devastated, he moves with his young daughter to a foreign country tittering on the brink of revolution. There he begins secretly working with the few men trying to prevent a bloodbath- and begins a clandestine liason with his daughter's sixteen-year old childhood friend.
Who is also his slave. And his dead wife's half-sister.
An incredible (and largely untold) true story of sex, race, politics and family betrayal.
Screenplay: Tom Seidman
Frank Rennart is a mess, a homeless Vietnam veteran who burglarizes cars and drinks to forget his PTSD nightmares. When a stray dog comes into his life, he hatches a scheme to infiltrate the high-stakes world of dog agility competition and make a killing.
But Frank gets to know the eccentric characters and canines of the agility world he starts taking the sport seriously. In the end he finds himself fighting not only for a championship title, but for the love of a good woman and the possibility of redemption.
Genre: Reality Competition
A competitive simulated crisis reality show. Every week, a group of employees and managers from a U.S. corporation or public agency (police departments, hospitals, etc) are placed in an extremely realistic crisis situation that threatens the very existence of their organization. Their goal: simultaneously manage emergency personnel, press and public relations issues and avert disaster.
AFTERDEATH: THE TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD
Genre: Multi-level Meditation Game
Being developed by BardoVR, a start-up venture of Honey Creek Pictures, AfterDeath is a skilled-based, multilevel virtual reality simulation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead, a sacred Buddhist text which describes the journey one's consciousness takes from the moment of death through its rebirth in another incarnation.