Erika J Kovacs

Erika J Kovacs

Screenwriter

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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November 2016
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About Erika

-Erika J. Kovacs is a produced screenwriter and a published science fiction author.

-She translated and wrote the screenplay adaptation for the short action, Busy Day (2015), whose feature version is currently under negotiation for production.

-Erika offers fresh new features and shorts, all original concepts.

-She is looking for producers/directors/agents who are interested in creating buzzworthy hybrid genres and thought provoking subjects.

-Erika is known as a flexible screenwriter who incorporates unique interest techniques and offers high concepts and profound messages that appeal to a wide range of audiences

-Her brand includes strong female leads, powerful character traits based on sound dialogue techniques, and meaningful subtexts. Using state-of-the-art scientific innovations is one of her trademarks.

-Due to her diverse cultural background, she has a good understanding of the global international market.

-Erika accepts writing assignments and is happy to develop the concepts of others, regardless of genre.

-The first installment of her science fiction trilogy was published in 2014.

Loglines

  • Mind Sync (Nexus Link)

    Mind Sync (Nexus Link) Romance Sci-fi Drama Driven to undergo the first human/canine brain-to-brain interface, a terminally ill coming of age woman braves conflicting emotions and formidable opponents, only to discover that the cure is hidden inside her dog’s mind, and planet Earth is an interconnected biological Wi-Fi.

Credits

  • Busy Day

    Busy Day (2015)
    Film (Short, Action, Adventure, Crime and 1 More) Writer Set in the present time, Busy Day tells the story of a former underworld enforcer whose life has taken a dramatic turn after he marries and becomes domesticated. After opening a successful bar and fostering dreams of becoming a performing musician, his life is thrown into chaos when deadly ghosts from his past begin to resurface.

Education

  • ScreenwritingU Master Screenwriting Certificate Program
    (2015-2017)

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