The Black List: 2011 Screenplays • Part 7

The Black List 2011 screenplays part 7

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The 7th edition of "The Black List" features 73 unproduced screenplays. Here are the final 7, indexed alphabetically, from T to Z.

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For Your Consideration, we have the last batch of 7 scripts listed and indexed alphabetically for quick access. Including Michael Vukadinovich's "The Three Misfortunes of Geppetto," Chris Hutton's and Eddie O’Keefe's crime-thriller "When the Street Lights Go On," and everything in between. If you're a young writer looking for study guides, you've found the right place.

These "Black List: 2011" scripts were chosen by more than 300 film-industry executives. What is the "Black List" and how does a script get chosen? To find out how it all works, scroll down a little bit.

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Discover more about the "Black List: 2011" scripts

Unsure about exactly what is the "Black List"? Read on.

Consider the name ironic.

This isn't a list of scripts written by those who are unwelcome in the industry. Rather, "The Black List" is a compilation of "most liked" unproduced screenplays from a certain year. Screenwriters, young and old, repped or voiceless, submit their works for consideration.

Annually, since 2005, film industry executives read hundreds of screenplays and choose which ones are their favorite. Referred to as a "mention" (or, a "vote"), favored scripts with the most mentions are featured on, in this regard, the "Black List: 2011." And, you may have already noticed that many screenplays featured on The List have since been produced.

Past picks include: "Looper," and "The Sleepover."

Screenplays on this page:
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    The Three Misfortunes of Geppetto

    Written by: Michael Vukadinovich

    Mentions: 20

    A prequel to the story of Pinocchio in which Geppetto endures a life of misfortune, war, and adventure, all to be with Julia Moon, his true love.

    Two Night Stand (2014)

    Written by: Mark Hammer

    Mentions: 10

    After an extremely regrettable one night stand, two strangers wake up to find themselves snowed in after sleeping through a blizzard that put all of Manhattan on ice. They’re now trapped together in a tiny apartment, forced to get to know each other way more than any one night stand should. IMDb

    Untitled Arizona Project (n.k.a. Arizona) (2018)

    Written by: Luke Del Tredici

    Mentions: 6

    A satirically dark comedy about a homicidal foreclosure victim kidnapping a real estate agent and planning to kill her in the housing development where she finagled money from customers like him. IMDb

    Untitled Hlavin Heist

    Written by: John Hlavin

    Mentions: 7

    An American thief living in Paris is coerced into pulling off a complex heist in order to save his kidnapped wife.

    Watch Roger Do His Thing

    Written by: Michael Starrbury

    Mentions: 10

    A retired hitman gets roped back into his old trade in order to save his friend’s life and quickly finds himself caught in a struggle trying to finish the job, and get his family out of Chicago alive at the same time.

    The Wedding (n.k.a. The Wedding Guests)

    Written by: Andrew Goldberg

    Mentions: 7

    A group of couples deal with their respective issues as they attend a wedding.

    When the Street Lights Go On (2017–2020)

    Written by: Chris HuttonEddie O’Keefe

    Mentions: 84 (2nd overall in 2011)

    In the early 1980s, a town suffers through the aftermath of a brutal murder of a high school girl and a teacher. IMDb

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