Yep, CJ Walley does it again! STS‘s answer to Quentin Tarantino, with a uniquely feminist Bonnie and Clyde spin, we’re happy to announce that CJ’s just optioned his pensive SF short Stone Cold Sober to director to Joshua Kimbrough (Las Vegas Film Collective). Fortunately, there’s more where that came from – so give these three unique crime-drama offerings a shot:
Dixie Gash Bandits – When they stop to fix their get-a-way vehicle, two runaway sisters must tackle both love at first sight and the bounty hunters hot on their tail.
Lone Star Runner Hunnies – Fleeing a drug deal gone wrong, four girls held up in a lonely Texas diner face the dilemma of capture vs saving a mortally wounded friend.
Crazy Kitty (review pending) – A group of teens receive a visit from an “old friend”. But reunions are not always happy things…
About the writer, C.J. Walley: I began writing in 2012 and I’m pleased to say it’s been very exciting so far. I have been fortunate enough to have a short produced by a director in London and Amazon Studios have spotlighted one of my features as a notable project. My scripts place within the top 10% of various major screenwriting competitions and, as I continue to write new specs, I am remotely collaborating with a producers, directors, and actors in LA, NYC, New Orleans, Atlanta, Washington DC, Zurich, Amsterdam, Sydney, and Dallas while occasionally blogging for Stage 32. If you’re an aspiring filmmaker, then I’d love to join forces with you whatever the scale, do not hesitate to reach out and drop me a line. (CJ “AT” CJwalley DOT COM; http://www.cjwalley.com