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About Emily

A clinical psychologist by day, I weave the stories and emotions I hear at work into my writing in the evenings. My short animated screenplay, inspired by the infamous Rorschach inkblot test, was recently produced and premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival in January 2015. Currently I am working on feature screenplays with the goal of eventually scoring production and/or representation. My primary genres are sci-fi, action, and thriller.

Photos

Loglines

  • SUBTERRANEAN

    SUBTERRANEAN Action Sci-fi Thriller An accident during a mining expedition sends a team of scientists tumbling into an ancient, underground spaceship, where they inadvertently wake its sinister inhabitants.

  • EVERGREEN

    EVERGREEN Animation Family A family of apple trees welcomes a child who is a bit...different. (4 pages)

  • ONCE IN A BLEU MOON

    ONCE IN A BLEU MOON Animation Family A down-on-his-luck mouse mistakes the moon for a block of cheese and determines to reach it at all costs. (5 pages)

Credits

  • Think Ink

    Think Ink (2015)
    Film (short) by Wally Chung (Animation and Family) Writer An animated film about outcasts and acceptance, a la psychology inkblots.

Awards

  • Finalist - Horror/Thriller category - Creative World Awards
    (2015)

  • 1st Place - Shorts category - Slamdance Screenwriting Competition
    (2013)

  • 1st Place - Short Animation category - International Family Film Festival
    (2013)

  • 3rd Place - Super Short category - Gimme Credit International Screenplay Competition
    (2012)

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