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Stephen John Beyer

Cobleskill, New York

Stephen John Beyer returned to screenwriting after raising a family and performing his own brand of comedy as host. Since 2019, he has written seven award winning screenplays, earned over 165 accolades, contributed to indie-film, and achieved his ambitious goal of three films in development. He has also received script consultation from the best in the biz including, Script Consultant Karina Wilson, Amazon Studio's Script Analyst Michael Schulman, Amazon Studio's Story Analyst Riley Fullerton, Disney's Marvel Manager of Development & She-Hulk showrunner Sean Earley, and Former New Line Cinema's Founder Bob Shaye's company Unique Features Director of Development. His fourth and sixth screenplays made the 2021 Virtual Pitch-Fest Top 50 Most Requested Scripts as well including his Horror Features "Solstice" and "Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?" And his first and fifth screenplays including "Living in the Moments" which is a Romantic Comedy that is inspired by his own true story landed in the Top 10% of projects on Coverfly and has been published by Dizzy Emu Publishing.

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Living in the Moments

Romantic Comedy Feature
Written by Stephen John Beyer

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“Living in the Moments is not only a satire of today’s dating scene but a contemporary classic!" - Amazon Studio’s Story Analyst Riley Fullerton

"Living in the Moments" is a Romantic Comedy Feature written along the lines of "Swingers" and "Dodgeball" and has earned 26 screenwriting accolades including Best Romance Screenplay.

All Souls Day

Horror Feature
Written by Stephen John Beyer

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Netflix Script Analyst Michael Schulman believes not only All Souls Day can be the next great horror franchise but believes the protagonist and antagonist will become the next horror icons!

"All Souls Day" is a Horror Feature written along the lines of "The Sixth Sense" and "Friday the 13th" and has won 17 accolades including Best Horror Screenplay.

McLucky’s Pub Crawl

Dramedy Feature
Written by Stephen John Beyer

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“McLucky´s Pub Crawl is a relaxed tale of friends enjoying a night together where they get to forget about their daily struggles, making audiences feel welcomed by the cast, free to enjoy their jokes and most importantly free to learn from their poignant conversations. Growing up can be really funny, especially around the right crowd!" – TMFF Review

“McLucky’s” is a Dramedy Feature written along the lines of films like "It's a Wonderful Life" and "The Hangover" and has earned 30 accolades including Best Screenplay. 

Solstice

Horror Feature
Written by Stephen John Beyer

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“Solstice is the best of the horror genre. It maintains enough suspense, and it's impressive to realize that even the very last page would hold a twist. It might be challenging for some viewers to comprehend everything, but the experience is rewarding, as Solstice is an emotional rollercoaster!" – Golden Script Review

"Solstice" is a Horror Feature written along the lines of films like "April Fool’s Day" and "Wicker Man” and has earned 16 screenwriting accolades including Best Horror Screenplay.

Harper High

Written by Stephen John Beyer
In development with Orenda Entertainment.

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Harper High has stable and mature storytelling. It doesn't want to look artificial nor forced. It comes from an honest and kind place; it showcases that the industry might be in need of stories of this nature that are character-driven and authentic! - The Golden Script Review

"Harper High" is a Drama Feature written along the lines of "Do the Right Thing" and "Rebel without a Cause" and has earned 38 accolades including Best Writer Grand Jury. 

Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?

Thriller Feature 
Written by Stephen John Beyer
Optioned by Director/Producer Ennie Eastman

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“Where Were You When the Lights Were Out? deals with a significant period in history that hasn't been used by filmmakers very often. It’s a drawing psychological thriller that simultaneously develops the protagonist and the plot, offering entertainment for the far-reaching audience!"  – Golden Script Review     

 

"Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?" is a Thriller Feature written along the lines of "Taxi Driver" and "Halloween" and has earned 16 accolades including Best Horror and Best Feature Screenplay.

Kane’s Theatre

Thriller Feature
Written by Stephen John Beyer

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WeScreenplay hails, "Kane’s Theatre’s concept is fascinating, intriguing, and introduces the audience to a world that they would not see in their everyday lives. It is also able to interlink periods in time that create a sense of nostalgia and the love of film, that many of the audience will more than likely also hold!"

“Kane’s Theatre” is a Thriller Feature written along the lines of films like “The Shining” and “The Majestic” and has earned 22 accolades including Best Grand Jury. 

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