Loglines & Screenplays by Jack Teague

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Christmas Grouper

GENRES: Crime, Drama

Christmas Grouper

Two laid off mill workers struggle to save their families, homes and community from the corrupting, violent impacts of drug smuggling which crept into their Gulf Coastal fishing village after the antiquated Mill where they worked is closed due to corporate-political conflict with Christmas and economic ruin fast approaching.

Dark Friend

GENRES: Drama, Independent

What exactly is it we fear when the reaper comes calling?

Time Flyz

GENRES: Drama, Family, Independent

Short Feature - An interlude in the tale of two sons coping with onset of Alzheimer's Disease in their father set against the famly's passion for fly fishing in Montana's Yellowstone River. Adapted from short fiction of the same title I wrote that was published in the Yale Anglers Journal in 2008. Full screenplay available upon request.


GENRES: Family, Independent, War

Short Feature - A young man returns to the small rural southern community of his birth to attend the funeral of a favorite uncle who raised him as a child after his parents were killed in an automobile accident and has died unexpectedly. The solemn mourning at the home of the deceased is interrupted by the raucous arrival of a drunken relative who wrecks his car in the front yard. After the dust settles, literally and figuratively, the young man learns of the origins of the inebriated driver's demons from the elder brother of the deceased.

A Part of Them Forever: Hemingway's Last Journey

GENRES: Biography, Documentary, Historical

A Part of Them Forever:  Hemingway's Last Journey

Documentary - Ernest Hemingway spent the last week of his life journeying from Minneapolis, MN, where he was being treated in the Mayo Clinic, to his home in Ketchum, ID where he died at his own hand in July 1961. This proposed documentary follows the journey the Hemingway party made, daily leg by daily leg, during the same days, sharing with the audience some of the same vistas they saw, contrasting historical against modern, in one of the most timeless regions of America.

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