Mark A. Sercye
Graduated from University of Arizona
1999 BA in History
Blind Injustice: 2018 Quaterfinals Los Angels International Screenplay Awards
Themis: 2017 Semifinals StoryPros Awards 10th Annual Screenplay Competition
Sword of Honor: 2017 Quarterfinals StoryPros 11th International Screenplay Competition
Themis: #42 2016 Capital Funds Screenplay Competition's Hot 100.
The Appointment: #96 2016 Capital Funds Screenplay Competition's Hot 100
Themis: 2015 Semifinals StoryPros International 9th Annual Screenplay contest
The Appointment: 2015 Quarterfinals of the StoryPros Awards 8th Annual Screenplay Competition
Just Vengeance: 2014 Quarterfinals of the Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition
The Appointment: 2013 2nd round of the Reel Writers Screenplay Competition
The Appointment: 2013 Quarterfinals of the StoryPros International 7th Annual Screenplay Competition
Just Vengeance: 2013 Quarterfinals of the Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition
Ed Smith: 2008 Quarterfinals BlueCat Screenplay Competition
I have a history degree, which I believe gives me an edge with period pieces. I am fascinated by the medieval period. I have a strong interest in vampire films. I believe there may be many scripts that can be written for these genres. Action-drama is the genre in which I am strongest. Many of my scripts fit the action-adventure or thriller genres. I have several poems listed on poetry.com. I have attended several acting workshops and have been an extra in commercials and movies. I have completed my first speaking role in a student film. I have more than a dozen screenplays completed. I have nearly two hundred college credits mostly in the area of behavioral health sciences. I have also written articles posted to Ezine Articles.com.
Sword of Honor Budget: $10M - $30M | Action A young, hot tempered noble knight returns from fighting in Europe to his 12th century English manor with hopes of being hailed as a hero, only to find himself penniless when his older brother takes control of the family wealth. He must outwit his brother in order to compete in tournaments, impress the king, and win the heart of a beautiful woman.
Blind injustice Budget: $30M+ | Action It's 2050, in a dystopian Phoenix AZ, where a disgraced former special forces operative is falsely accused of murder, he dusts off his military skills to fight against a sadistic general, the president's hand picked crime czar in order to stop a totalitarian coup and to save himself from certain death.This screenplay is #68 in The 2019 Capital Fund Screenplay Competition.