2014: Top Unproduced Screenplays | Part 2

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This year features 70 screenplays. Here are the next 11, indexed alphabetically, from C to E.

And to help you skim through the collection quicker, we've sorted the scripts into smaller batches. Read and download all of the scripts which are considered as some of the best "2014: Top unproduced Screenplays" of the year, according to hundreds of industry professionals who've read and rated them.

For Your Consideration, the next group of 11 scripts are catalogued and indexed alphabetically, from C through E. Including Randall Green's "Cartoon Girl," Abraham Higginbotham's "Everybody Wants Everything," and the whole (kit and) caboodle in between.

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A word about voting... and other important stuff about the "best of" 2014 Unproduced Screenplays.

Some of the scripts listed here may have since been optioned and produced. However, at the time of "voting" they were not.

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    Cartoon Girl

    Written by: Randall Green

    Votes: 11

    When a young boy finds out that the cartoon character he’s in love with is based on a real girl, he drags his single father on a road trip to track her down.


    Written by: Kieran Fitzgerald

    Votes: 25 (7th overall in 2014)

    Based on the documentary style film 'The Day Britain Stopped' directed by Gabriel Range, an oil tanker collides with an Iranian patrol boat in the Strait of Hormuz, triggering a chain of tragic disastrous events.

    Catherine the Great

    Written by: Kristina Lauren Anderson

    Votes: 51 (1st overall in 2014)

    Sophia Augusta takes control of her life, her marriage, and her kingdom becoming Russia’s most celebrated and beloved monarch: Catherine the Great.


    Written by: Kimberly Barrante

    Votes: 9

    When a missing astronaut crash lands forty years after he launched having not aged a day, his elderly twin brother helps him escape the NASA scientists hunting him. As the government closes in, neither brother is who they claim to be.

    Coffee & Kareem (2020)

    Written by: Shane McCarthy

    Votes: 6

    An overweight, foul-mouthed nine year old reluctantly teams with the straight edge cop sleeping with his mom to take down Detroit’s most ruthless drug lord. IMDb

    The Defection

    Written by: Ken Nolan

    Votes: 15

    After the Edward Snowden affair, an intelligence contractor defects to North Korea, taking a mysterious bag with him, and the CIA hires an expert trained during the Cold War to help with the case.


    Written by: Scott Wascha

    Votes: 17

    A genre bending action comedy about a pill popping thug who begins to develop superpowers.


    Written by: Chris MacBride

    Votes: 18 (11th overall in 2014)

    A CIA drone coordinator battles his own psychological health while trying to decipher whether his wife has been replaced.

    The Eden Project

    Written by: Christina Hodson

    Votes: 7

    When a race of genetically modified humans living secretly among us declare war on Man, the fate of the world is in the hands of a rogue 'Synthetic' named Eve and a young girl who is about to discover she’s not all human.

    Erin's Voice

    Written by: Greg Sullivan

    Votes: 7

    A deaf computer genius’ world is thrown into turmoil when he meets a troubled coffee shop waitress whose voice turns out to be the only thing he can miraculously hear.

    Everybody Wants Everything

    Written by: Abraham Higginbotham

    Votes: 7

    As his life reaches its neurosis-inducing midpoint, a married man asks himself an eternal question with no real answer -- 'Am I living the life I want to be living, or do I need to start over before its too late?' Torn between two lives, he’s forced to do the one thing he doesn’t want to do — make a choice.

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