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  • La Virgen de Lourdes, 3º C
    Juan José Isac
    A Lourdes, una chica impulsiva y algo alocada, se le aparece la Virgen durante una noche de borrachera con la misión de ayudarle a divulgar un trascendental mensaje. Pero Lourdes viene de una ruptura sentimental y todos sus afanes están volcados en encontrar un nuevo chico al que querer, por lo que la misión de la Virgen le viene ahora un poco mal y declina amablemente la ofert...
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    15,00 €

  • Para siempre
    Juan José Isac
    Pablo y Belén, jóvenes y enamorados, celebran una cena en casa con los compañeros de trabajo de Pablo para intentar que Charo, la amiga borde y seca de Belén, consiga ligar con alguno de ellos. Pero las cosas no irán como ellos se imaginan... 10 ...
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    15,00 €

  • No Silêncio Das Palavras Escondidas
    Marcos Lopes
    ALGUÉM espera o amor todos os dias numa velha estação de trem. O personagem sempre leva consigo uma maleta repleta de livros e se relaciona com oito pessoas, das mais diversas: de um assassino a um mágico; de um travesti a uma cartomante; dentre outras.O livro é a transcrição da peça teatral de Marcos Lopes que mexe com o coração do espectador nos palcos e agora com a emoção do...
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    8,26 €

  • El otro
    Juan José Isac
    Un joven tímido e inexperto en asuntos amorosos es ayudado por un compañero de trabajo ligón y mujeriego a conquistar a la chica de la que acaba de enamorarse, sin saber que esta chica es en realidad la propia pareja de su compañero. 10 ...
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    19,00 €

  • Fue solo un beso
    Juan José Isac
    Vicente y Anita son pareja y llevan una vida apacible y tranquila regentando una tienda de fotocopias.Pero la retransmisión de un partido de baloncesto por televisión dará un vuelco radical a sus vidas, y eso que a ninguno de los dos le gusta el baloncesto. 10 ...
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    20,00 €

  • Brincar E Sonhar É Só Começar
    Conceição Ribeiro De Araújo
    Você está prestes a participar de uma peça de teatro. Não! Não precisa ter feito nenhum curso de dramaturgia em Artes Cênicas. Basta virar as páginas e, como se abrissem as cortinas, você se encontrará com as personagens em ação. Deixe a sua imaginação ser guiada ao mundo do faz de conta, a partir da leitura e fala das personagens.Brincar e Sonhar é Só Começar é uma peça teatra...
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    10,46 €

  • As Indústrias Do Cinema Indiano
    Tania Araujo
    A indústria cinematográfica é segmentada por muitas línguas indianas. As principais Indústrias cinematográficas na Índia são o Cinema Hindi (Bollywood), Tamil, Telugu, Malaiala, Kannada, Punjabi e Bengali. Como um dos maiores centros de cinema do mundo, a indústria cinematográfica indiana é conhecida por seu brilho, vibração e drama. Todos os anos, mais de 1.800 filmes são prod...
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    14,38 €

  • Cómo escribir UN GUION DE CINE digno del mismísimo Hollywood
    Juan José Isac Sánchez
    ¿Estamos solos en el UNIVERSO? ¿Hay algo después de la MUERTE? ¿Caga ENYA? Estos grandes interrogantes han acuciado a la humanidad desde el lejano día en que nos bajamos del árbol en busca de transcendencia y algo de fruta. Algunos están camino de resolverse. Otros necesitarán todavía del esfuerzo de la ciencia o la osadía de los paparazzis.¿Cómo puedo escribir un GRAN GUION de...
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    15,00 €

  • Timbuctoo
    Tahir Shah
    Celebrated as an author of travel and fiction, Tahir Shah has published more than forty books in a career that’s spanned three decades. In that time he’s turned his hand to many kinds of writing – from journalism to novels, and from travelogues to cultural research.Until now he has never published work written for the screen.‘I’m a believer that if you’re a writer you have a du...
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    12,00 €

  • THE LOST FILMS FANZINE #2
    John LeMay
    The Lost Films Fanzine is the premiere digest fanzine specializing in lost films, un-produced scripts, and obscure movies long forgotten...until now. In this issue’s feature story explore how 1935’s Capture of Tarzan was re-shot to become 1936’s Tarzan Escapes. Then, delve into Dino De Laurentiis’s unmade sequels to Orca. Also explored is Cannon’s ill-fated attempt to launch Su...
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    11,80 €

  • The Seeds You Sow Stage Play
    Luther T Collins
    'The Seeds You Sow' stage play is about a family who must choose between life and death.  The family  soon learns that they have to live with the consequences of the decisions they make.  This is a powerful, funny, informative, and impactful production written for your family enjoyment in the comfort of your own home.   Without further the delay I give you, 'The Seeds You Sow' ...
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    6,55 €

  • Bergman Manor
    Tara J. Stone / Tara JStone
    It's 1925, and the purportedly haunted summer retreat house Bergman Manor has seen the deaths of several guests in recent years. When Clem, a penniless playboy, learns that his P.I. uncle is the Manor's latest victim, he poses as a well-to-do guest in order to secretly conduct his own investigation. He soon discovers the connection between all the recent deaths: the Man...
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    13,37 €

  • Naked Truth A Screenplay by Michael Alaba
    Michael Alaba
    Naked Truth by Michael Alaba is a screenplay that teaches that no one can alter the destiny of man.  Throughout this screenplay, it is revealed that the desired place of a man may be contrary to the place where the fulfillment of his destiny lies. The play centers around Sola, a young boy whose father wants him to become educated, so that he might have a bright future and also ...
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    12,80 €

  • Either Everything Was Wrong from the Git Go or Right From the Start
    Debbie Lewis
    'The author, Debbie Lynn Lewis, writes:“We never know who, what, and when our lives will be touched. What impact it will have after It’s beentouched… Things that happened and didn’t happen in the past, with the things happening in my presentwas starting to bring sadness and grief to my heart. I believe in Love, beating the odds and letting thingsgo to see will they return to me...
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    10,86 €

  • Mackenzie Goes Adventuring - The Play
    J.L. Baumann / J.LBaumann
    To Go A-Snooking...“Snookton was a happy town, full of Snookies, snooking all around. There were Snookie shops full of Snookie toys for all the Snookie girls and boys.” But was this enough for Mackenzie who one day decided that after being let out of school she would not take her usual path home? After convincing another friend to adventure with her through the enchanted woods ...
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    16,89 €

  • El guion cinematográfico como pieza audiovisual autónoma
    Adriana Villamizar
    El guion no solo es la conceptualización escrita y visual de una idea. Aspira a ser una pieza autónoma de ficción. Si lo que impone la escritura audiovisual de un guion es lograr ver en el papel la película que, hipotéticamente, se transformará cuando sea llevada a la pantalla en su filmación y en la postproducción, el carácter de la palabra como signo adquiere más relevancia a...
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    8,85 €

  • These Crooked Fingers
    Makepeace Deoji
    The drama centres on the female character, Mama Oluaka ‘Akara’ who is the embodiment of hard work. Having been educated was now past the age of gainful employment. After the death of her husband she subscribes to making and selling fries; and from the gains of her profit she’s able to train her children. Her son intends on getting married and Mama Oluaka disapproves of his choi...
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    12,55 €

  • The Importance of Being Earnest
    Oscar Wilde / TBD
    The Importance of Being Earnest, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People is a play by Oscar Wilde. First performed on 14 February 1895 at the St James's Theatre in London, it is a farcical comedy in which the protagonists maintain fictitious personae to escape burdensome social obligations. Working within the social conventions of late Victorian London, the play's major the...
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    12,55 €

  • Raspberries and Rhubarbs
    Katharine Miller
    Sixteen comedic scenes and monologues and an assortment of colourful characters. Au Revoir, Reservoir Rendezvous: A group of conmen wait to perform a heist. Body in the Library: A cast of dozens marvel over a body being found in a manor’s library. Car Trouble: A mid-40s suburban couple encounter potential delays en route to their first official date. The Consultation: A ne...
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    12,11 €

  • Wilde on Love
    Oscar Wilde
    Oscar Wilde was a legendary wit, a poetic provocateur, and one of England’s greatest playwrights who became a martyr for free love, a scapegoat for repressive society, and a myth onto himself. Shimmering beneath the dazzling witticisms and delicious irony is Wilde’s profound, serious, and unshakeable commitment to love. Love is the experience that can unmoor us from the habits,...
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    7,40 €

  • How To Write a Screenplay
    HowExpert / Travis Seppala
    Do you have a Big Movie Idea that you're just dying to write, but aren't quite sure how to do it? Don't know how to compile and organize your ideas in a cohesive manner? Are you unsure of the "rules" of screenwriting, but are willing to learn?HOW TO WRITE A SCREENPLAY, by Travis Seppala, may just be the book for you. In it, Travis outlines very clearly the dos and d...
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    37,22 €

  • Vidocq and the Lemonade Girl & Other Plays of Murder and Vengeance
    Paul Mahalin / Xavier Montepin
    Frank J. Morlock has assembled here three lurid plays of sordid murders and implacable vengeance: In The Lemonade Girl (1894) a wealthy elderly woman is strangled for her valuables. An innocent man is arrested and later guillotined. His daughter, the eponymous “Lemonade Girl,” swears to unmask the real assassin. She is assisted in her mission by the most notorious detective of ...
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    23,20 €

  • Shakespeare - And His Love - A Play in Four Acts and an Epilogue
    Frank Harris
    'Shakespeare and his Love' is a play in four acts by Frank Harris, first published in 1910. The play represents a retelling of Shakespeare’s ’tragic life-story’ as imagined by Harris, including how he met and fell for the Dark Lady, Mary Fitton, who instead fell in love with his patron, William Herbert. It delineates his consequent tormented and jealousy, and his eventual retir...
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    22,30 €

  • Ditchmen
    Joe Ginter
    In this engaging comedic horror story, Jay Griner, a.k.a. Mr. G, must practice his own motto, “Enjoy the struggle,” and return to his teaching duties after the passing of his wife, Amy. He stumbles on to his late wife’s research and discovers a new species that has evolved from the ditches of rural West Central Ohio. His hometown will never be the same as Ditchmen make their pr...
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    10,46 €

  • Send Me Wings
    Bobby Cyrus
    This story begins in Charleston, South Carolina. Ron and Sarah Boggs have the sorrowful task of finalizing Sarah’s mother’s estate. While meeting with the attorney, Mr. Lyndsay, they learn her mother has left her an old church in Hopetown, Virginia. Sarah seems troubled by this inheritance and Ron becomes very curious about the real estate prospect. After much encouragement, Ro...
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    10,12 €

  • Little Hollywood
    Jinnwoo
    It’s open audition day at the Little Hollywood talent agency. Lights on, camera ready, assemble your dolls! Inspired by the paper doll classics, Little Hollywood is a modern take on storytelling. The text is a collection of short scripts for B-team actors who will be auditioning for finger-numbing roles that are as uncomfortable as they are hilarious. Jinnwoo (Ben Webb) is a wr...
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    35,11 €

  • Pygmalion
    Bernard Shaw
    Do you want to read Pygmalion? If so then keep reading… Pygmalion is a play by George Bernard Shaw, named after a Greek mythological character. It was first presented on stage to the public in 1912. Professor of phonetics Henry Higgins makes a bet that he can train a bedraggled Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, to pass for a duchess at an ambassador's garden party by te...
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    17,88 €

  • Pygmalion
    Bernard Shaw
    Do you want to read Pygmalion? If so then keep reading… Pygmalion is a play by George Bernard Shaw, named after a Greek mythological character. It was first presented on stage to the public in 1912. Professor of phonetics Henry Higgins makes a bet that he can train a bedraggled Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, to pass for a duchess at an ambassador's garden party by te...
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    12,14 €

  • Deliver Us From Eden
    Strake Colton
    Corky Dodds, a rattlesnake wrangler in his early fifties, is overconfident, egotistical, and hyper-masculine, and the most powerful person in the small West Texas town of Eden’s Lair. He is the organizer and undisputed king of the town’s singular claim to fame, the Eden’s Lair Rattlesnake Roundup, an event that provides the backdrop for a tale of tyranny, misogyny, incest, and ...
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    10,33 €

  • A Rebel Born
    Lochlainn Seabrook
    Lochlainn Seabrook’s powerful, transformative screenplay A Rebel Born follows Southern icon Nathan Bedford Forrest from young adulthood to the closing years of his amazing action-packed life. Both entertaining and historically accurate, this sweeping Southern-oriented drama offers the reader a rare opportunity to see the War for Southern Independence (known to Yankees as the Am...
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    22,61 €