Lynne first produced script, "Cupid’s Prey," was a Nicholl Fellowship Top Ten Finalist as "Intimate Relations" and her script "Run Away Home" was a runner-up in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy division of the International Family Film Festival screenplay competition.
While living in Paris, she was engaged by the French film production company Bonne Pioche ("March of the Penguins") to co-write three feature screenplays with each project’s director. The most recent of these films, "A tous les vents du ciel" (international title, "Twisting Fate"), was released in 2016 with lead actress Noémie Merlant. The script was co-written with director Christophe Lioud, adapted from the novel “Si par hasard” by Jean-Baptiste Destremau.
Lynne’s long-form credits also include the feature "Cupid’s Prey" (Joanna Pacula, Jack Wagner) by Daybreak Pacific (original screenplay) and the TV movie "Hope Ranch" (Bruce Boxleitner, Lorenzo Lamas, Gail O’Grady) for Discovery Networks Animal Planet (hired to do page one re-write). She also wrote, produced and directed the short films "Le Chat est Mort" starring Elizabeth Perkins, "Ellipse" (written and performed in French), and "Mothers Be Good." Her directorial debut was the student short "One Line," written by and starring Aram Rappaport.
Lynne’s early entertainment industry career began in development, first as a freelance reader for NBC, CAA and Stan Rogow Productions, then as Development Assistant at Stan Rogow Productions and Development Director for television director and producer Peter Werner’s company, A Joyful Noise Unlimited.
Lynne is also a theater director and playwright, and writes Young Adult fiction as "Kady Ambrose." She is also a volunteer mentor with Young Storytellers Foundation.
Name: Lynne Moses
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Screenwriter, Playwright and Filmmaker
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Witness to a Revolution
Film (Documentary, War, History and Biography) Executive Producer When an idealistic grad student and a charismatic TV journalist-cum-politician become activists in Ukraine's 2014 revolution, they change even more than the country. Previously titled "I Am a Ukrainian: personal stories of a revolution"
A Whisper to a Roar
Film (Documentary, Drama, History and News) Executive Producer This 90-minute feature documentary explores the heroic efforts of activists to bring democracy to their five countries - Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Malaysia, Ukraine and Egypt - and the challenges posed by the dictators they oppose(d). Appleseed Entertainment is producing in collaboration with Larry Diamond, Senior Fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institute, Director of the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law, and author of 'The Spirit of Democracy.' His body of work in the field of democracy activism inspired the film.
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Le chat est mort
Film (Comedy and Short) Co-writer, Director & Producer Rhonda and Pierre are driven to extremes by images of the deaths of their beloved pussycats, but their dangerous plans are interrupted by their unexpected meeting and comical mutual misunderstanding. The surprise return of Rhonda's husband with her mysterious cat named Mort propels the story to its tragic end. Written by Anonymous
Mothers Be Good
Film (Drama and Short) Writer, Director & Producer Time unfolds backwards in this lyrical tale of a love triangle with a twist. In it, a mature 19-year-old's pregnancy forces her childish young mother to grow up, but is it too late? Written by Anonymous
Cruel But Necessary
Film (Drama) Co-Producer Cruel But Necessary is the story of Betty Munson's strange journey of self-discovery and soul-awakening in the traumatic years following the revelation, on videotape, of her husband's infidelity. Her marriage over, struggling to raise her teen-age son alone, Betty becomes driven to discover other secrets that may surround her and so she videotapes every aspect of her life during the gradual disintegration of her comfortable upper middle-class existence. Sometimes used as an eavesdropping device, other times as a confessional, Betty's camera dispassionately records the layers of family and personal dynamics. The film is seen entirely from the viewpoint of Betty's video camera resulting in a "surveillance tape" that is a kind of voyeurism of the absurd. Written by anon.
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TV Movie (Family and Western) Additional Writer A former marine and former cop named J.T. Hope, owner of a ranch called the "Circle Hope Ranch" starts a program for juvenile delinquents to help rehabilitate them.