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KEVIN BRUNNER - MY ARTISTIC LIFE

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SCREENPLAYS, PLAYS, POETRY AND OTHER THINGS

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WRITING ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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PROJECT

The Forbidden Edge

PROJECT TYPE

Feature

CONTEST

Creative World Awards

PLACEMENT

Semi-Finalist


PROJECT

Fins

Hoof & Horn

The Forbidden Edge

The Loss of Silence

Return to Spalding Drive

Return to Spalding Drive

Return to Spalding Drive

The Factory

Dingbats

Fins

Mary Mary Quite Contrary

Opening Line Based on Photo


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Feature

TV Pilot

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Feature

Feature

Feature

TV Pilot

TV Pilot

Feature

Feature

Writers Digest Magazine

CONTEST

Cinequest

Cinequest

Creative World Awards

WriteMovies

Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship

StoryPros Awards

Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards

StoryPros Awards

ISA Fast Track Fellowship

Creative World Awards

Creative World Awards

May/June Issue Contest

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Semi-Finalist

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Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

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Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Second Rounder

Preliminary Finalist

Preliminary Finalist

6th Place

PROJECT

The Loss of Silence

The Loss of Silence

Fins

Return to Spalding Drive

The Loss of Silence

The Loss of Silence

Hoof & Horn

Fins

The Loss of Silence


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Feature

Feature

Feature

Feature

Feature

Feature

TV Pilot

Feature

Feature

CONTEST

Creative World Awards

Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest

Screenplay Festival

Scriptation Showcase Script

Austin Film Festival

Cynosure

Filmmatic Comedy Screenplay

Scriptation Showcase Script

Scriptation Showcase Script

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Finalist

Semi-Finalist

Semi-Finalist

Semi-Finalist

Second Rounder

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

PROJECT

The Factory

The Factory

Return to Spalding Drive

Return to Spalding Drive

Return to Spalding Drive

Return to Spalding Drive

Return to Spalding Drive

The Factory

Return to Spalding Drive

The Factory


PROJECT TYPE

TV Pilot

TV Pilot

Feature

Feature

Feature

Feature

Feature

TV Pilot

Feature

TV Pilot

CONTEST

Screenplay Festival

Creative Screenwriting Screenplay Contest

Creative Screenwriting Screenplay Contest

Screenplay Festival

BlueCat

Creative World Awards

Fresh Voices

Screencraft

Screencraft

Scriptation Showcase Script

PLACEMENT

Finalist

Semi-Finalist

Semi-Finalist

Semi-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

Quarter-Finalist

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

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The author has a considerable talent for comedy, and each line gives the characters their voice and personality. It's quite an accomplishment. - Return to Spalding Drive

Clearly a unique voice and style. - Return to Spalding Drive

Being different is important and this script certainly stands out. - The Loss of Silence

This is definitely one of the most compelling and original re-imaginings of the world of Greek mythology I have ever encountered - The Factory

I'm joyful to admit that I was hooked from the very first scene and was fascinated with the story all the way to the end. - Fins

The writer has an absolutely wonderful ear for the rhythms and sounds that make scripted dialog so fun to read. - Dingbats

The writer does this really excellent thing where many of the scenes just felt like it was two friends hanging out. - Dingbats

The writer is incredibly effective at turning up the heat. - Hoof & Horn

There's a great deal of humor, personality and dramatic intrique that's conveyed through the characters' swift, sharp-witted exchanges with each other. - Fins

It's vital for a screenplay to establish its core concepts within the opening ten pages, and this certainly succeeds. - The Loss of Silence

This concept is familiar for audiences and strong enough to carry not only this pilot, but an entire series. - The Factory

There are several moments of humor throughout the script, specifically in the dialogue between characters. - Hoof & Horn

LOGLINES OF SCREENPLAYS, TV PILOTS AND PLAYS

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Return to Spalding Drive - Feature

A lover of Film Noir, screenwriter Nick Steele finds himself trapped in the 1930s Los Angeles mob scene and discovers how far he is willing to go for the love of a gangster moll guarding an enormous secret.

The Factory - 1 Hour TV Pilot

An allegorical tale centered on the ancient Greek Gods living in Olympia, Washington with Zeus as their charismatic factory leader trying to resurrect their power over mortals in the modern world.

Fins - Feature

An engaged couple are invited to a mysterious town along the California coast that holds a strong familial connection to one of them.

The Loss of Silence - Feature and Play

A grandmother in Puritan Massachusetts commits a heinous crime and her daughter and she discover their true roots.

Dingbats - 1/2 Hour TV Pilot

A young man moves into a Hollywood apartment and meets a wacky owner and a menagerie of odd tenants.

Hoof & Horn - 1/2 Hour TV Pilot

A wacky restaurant owner opens a new restaurant featuring singing waiters in a small Midwestern city.


The Forbidden Edge - Feature

Hope Wren and her family seek a better world in a post-apocalyptic world where religion and knowledge have been banned and the people have returned to a simplistic agrarian existence.

Mary Mary Quite Contrary - Feature and Play

Seven siblings return home to find out what their father has left them in the will.

Playing with Dolls - Feature

A bank robber in the 1930s takes three women cross country and realizes he loves one of them, but it may be too late to rekindle his romance for this doll.

I Want to Fly Where Monarchs Fly - Feature

After being threatened by the local avocado cartel, a Mexican family braves the road to the United States during the Trump administration.