“Mail Order Monster” (2018) – An independent feature family film from Jax Productions starring Charisma Carpenter and Josh Hopkins. Theatrical release planned for summer, 2018. “Written by” Marc Prey.
“The Sex Trip” (2017) – An independent, feature-film R-rated comedy produced by Bridgegate Films and distributed by Jaye Entertainment. “Written by” Marc Prey.
“Soccer & Drinks” (2016) – Scripted web series co-created with Emmy Award-winning director Sergio Guerrero. First season is airing on multiple digital platforms, including YouTube. Second season is currently in pre-production. “Written by” Marc Prey.
“Paid in Full” (2016) – An independent, feature-film thriller by acclaimed director Lance Kawas. Film enjoyed its international premier in April, 2016. “Story by” Marc Prey.
“Saved by Grace” (2016) – A faith-based feature film by Skipstone Pictures and Director Johnny Remo starring Joey Lawrence and based on a concept created by Marc Prey. “Special Thanks” to Marc Prey.
“Bury the Dog” (2012) – A dark, dramatic film produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Nina Gortinski. “Written by” Marc Prey.
“All I Want for Christmas” (2007) – An original television movie produced by Larry Levinson Productions for the Hallmark Channel and starring Gail O’Grady, Greg Germann and Robert Mailhouse. “Written by” Marc Prey.
“Damaged Goods” (2006) – An independent drama film produced and directed by Graham Rich and starring Constance Zimmer and Vincent LaRusso. “Written by” Marc Prey.
“The Caterpillar” – Feature screenplay sold to Relentless Filmz and producer Michael Gray in May, 2018. Story is an emotional father-son drama. Gillian Greene attached to direct.
“A Family for Christmas” – Screenplay sold to Chesler/Perlmutter Productions in December, 2017. Story is a romance involving a reclusive author and three generations of women who become stranded together during Christmas weekend.
“Mail Order Monster” – Screenplay sold to Jax Productions in September, 2016, following expiration of option to Edgewood Studios. Story is a family/fantasy/comedy in which a lonely boy builds a friendly monster to be his best friend.
“Tasteless” – Screenplay sold to SVOD service Feelin Entertainment in January, 2016, for production as a television movie. Story is a romantic/comedy in which a female food critic loses her sense of taste, only to find love right beneath her nose.
“Fortune” – Feature film pitch sold to Canadian production company Garage Door Pictures in December, 2015. Story is a feature film revenge/thriller set entirely inside a Chinese restaurant.
“The Sex Trip” – Screenplay sold to Bridgegate Films in September, 2014, for production in 2015. Story is a comedy/fantasy in which a shallow womanizer wakes to discover he’s been changed into a woman.
“High Heels & Horse Shoes” – Screenplay sold to Larry Levinson Productions and Hallmark Entertainment in December, 2011. Story is a romance centering around a female journalist’s undercover experience at a Montana dude ranch.
“Bury the Dog” – Screenplay sold to producer/director Nina Gortinski in May, 2009. Story is a dark drama exploring a marriage at the breaking point.
“All I Want for Christmas” – Screenplay sold to Larry Levinson Productions and Hallmark Entertainment in August, 2007. Story is a holiday romantic/comedy centering upon a single mother whose son enters a contest hoping to find her a husband for Christmas.
“Damaged Goods” – Screenplay sold to Rich/Tint Productions in January, 2006. Story is a dark romance between a pair of troubled young lovers.
“Number 584” – Screenplay sold to British Director Simon Spender in December, 2003. Story is an unlikely romance between a misfit and a prostitute.
“Three Chicks and a Dick” – Sitcom pilot optioned to Bohemia Group Originals in September, 2017, as a potential series for a streaming network.
“Undercover” – Action-comedy feature script optioned to Magic Key Productions and producer Beck Stone in March, 2015.
“Mail Order Monster” – Family comedy/fantasy feature script optioned to Edgewood Studios in June, 2014.
“The Wright Stuff” – One-hour drama pilot optioned to Electric Grasshopper Entertainment in May, 2014. Option expired in May, 2015.
“Medieval” – Half-hour sitcom pilot optioned to producer Sabyn Mayfield in December, 2013. Option expired in December, 2014.
“Human Trace” – Horror script optioned to Orange Snake Digital in June, 2013. Option expired in June, 2014.
“A Family for Christmas” – Holiday romance feature script optioned to Producer Corbin Timbrook in April, 2013. Option expired in April, 2014.
“Valley High” – Sitcom pilot script optioned to Stay Fly Pictures as a potential F/X series in December, 2012. Option expired in December, 2014.
“Love Child” – Slacker/romcom feature script optioned to True Bearing Pictures in November, 2012. Option expired in November, 2013.
“Red Delicious” – Quirky comedy short script optioned to Director Jackie Gomez in October, 2012. Option expired in October, 2013.
“Fostering Hope” – Suspense/drama feature script, based upon the true life story of Julie Valdez, optioned to Brown Bag Productions (Corbin Timbrook) in June, 2012. Project is currently in development.
“Grow Up” – Romantic/comedy feature script optioned to producer Salona Bains Joshi in August, 2011. Option expired August, 2012.
“Fortune Cookie” – Sitcom pilot optioned to Desert Dog Productions in February, 2011. Option expired in February, 2012.
“High Heels & Horse Shoes” – Romantic/comedy feature script optioned to Cyprus Point Productions in January, 2009. Option expired in January, 2010.
“Stand-Up Man” – Romantic/comedy feature script optioned to Smoke Screen Entertainment in January, 2008. Option expired January, 2009.
“Family Unit” – Sitcom pilot optioned to Madison Films in August, 2007. Option expired August, 2008.
“Undercover” – Action/comedy feature script optioned to Bare Knuckles Productions (Tom Sizemore) in March, 2007. Option expired March, 2008.
“The Legend of Leroy Brown” – Urban/comedy feature script, adapted from the Jim Croce song “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown,” optioned to 23 Cent Productions in June, 2006. Option expired June, 2007.
“Flush” – Mob/comedy feature script optioned to Producer Yuri Rutman in April, 2005. Option renewed October, 2005, and expired in April, 2006.
“Paradise Lost” – Action/romance feature script optioned to Producer Elizabeth Yost in December, 2004. Option expired December, 2005.
“Stonewylde” – Hired by British author Kit Berry to adapt her best-selling series of fantasy novels as a one-hour pilot for television. Assignment included creating a detailed series bible. Assignment completed in May, 2019.
“American Summer” – Hired by producer Michael Gray in November, 2018, to perform a page-one rewrite on his feature film project. Rewrite completed in December, 2018.
“Robo-Dog” – Hired by Edgewood Studios in February, 2016, to script a family comedy/fantasy feature script based upon producer David Giancola’s original idea.
“Untitled Rock-N-Roll Film” – Hired by Canadian production company, Fenicks Films, in April, 2014, to script rock-n-roll dramedy feature script. Rewrites completed in July, 2014, with production tentatively scheduled for summer 2015.
“ATL: Criminal Investigations” – Hired by Rashid Productions in February, 2014, to script the two-part pilot and series bible for a new one-hour police drama. Scripts completed in April, 2014, with production tentatively scheduled to take place in 2015.
“Paid in Full” – Hired by producer Nipa Shah in August, 2013, to script a feature film thriller based upon her original idea. Script completed in October, 2013.
“Hide and Seek” – Hired by Producer Corbin Timbrook in May, 2013, to script a female-in-jeopardy teleplay for a 2013 production. Script completed in June, 2013.
“Split” – Hired by Petulla Pictures in December, 2011, to perform a page-one rewrite on an existing drama feature script. Rewrite completed in January, 2012.
“Bearwalk” – Hired by Lake Effect Cinema to do a feature film adaptation of the best-selling supernatural/horror novel, “Crooked Tree.” Script completed in March, 2011.
“The River” – Award-winning drama feature script written for Moving Pictures Entertainment, LLC. Script completed in June, 2009.
“Nenu” – Hired by Madison Films in September, 2007, to write the pilot episode for a mixed live action – animated children’s television series. Script completed in November, 2007.
“Marshmallow Man” – Hired by Quinn Media Group in November, 2005, to write the pilot, second episode and bible for this animated children’s television series. Scripts and bible completed in January, 2006.
“Haroun and the Sea of Stories” – Hired by Disney animator Baruch Inbar in May, 2005, to write a film adaptation treatment the Salman Rushdie’s children’s novel. Treatment completed in June, 2005.
Hired by a number of screenwriters, producers and filmmakers to serve as a consultant and/or script doctor with respect to their screenplays, including: Academy Award-winning producer Mark Harris, Emmy Award-winning director Sergio Guerrero, Paul Schattel (producer/director), Jimi Petulla (producer/director), Todd Gilbert (screenwriter), Billy Paul (screenwriter) and Brandon LaGanke (producer/director).
“The River” – Inspirational drama feature script named winner of the 2009 Waterfront Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.
“The Life & Times of Jordan West” – Sitcom pilot script named winner of the 2007 Page International Screenwriting Awards.
“Family Unit” – Sitcom pilot script named runnerup in the 2006 Scriptapalooza TV Writing Competition.
“Fortune Cookie” – Sitcom pilot script named runnerup in the 2005 Slamdance TV Writing Competition.
“Three’s A Charm” – Romantic/comedy feature script named winner of the 2005 Ohio Independent Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.
“Fore!” – Sports/comedy feature script named a finalist in 2004 Scriptrep Screenwriting Competition.
Academy Award-winning producer Mark R. Harris, David Giancola (President, Edgewood Studios), Anthony Cohen (President, Bridgegate Films), Corbin Timbrook (President, Brown Bag Productions), Showrunner Mark Rothman, Jimi Petulla (President, Petulla Pictures), Steven Jay Rubin (President, Fast Carrier Pictures), Peter J. Clark (Executive Producer, Port Magee Pictures), Joel S. Rice (Executive Producer, Muse Entertainment), Ellen Feig (Development Executive, Green/Epstein/Bacino Productions), Elizabeth Yost (Director of Development, The Hallmark Channel), David Kohner Zuckerman (President, DKZ Productions), Michael Quinn (President, Quinn Media, Inc.), Kellie Madison (President, Madison Films), Bob Gothro (President, RFG Productions), Graham Rich (President, Rich/Tint Productions), Disney animator Baruch Inbar, actress Penelope Ann Miller, actress Constance Zimmer, actor Vincent LaRusso and actor/writer/producer Fred Goss