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About Jeffrey

Jeffrey B. Wayne is a staff writer on the upcoming political drama, “Forgotten District” and horror series "No Rest For The Wicked". He has cowritten five feature screenplays with acclaimed indie filmmaker Hassan Zee (Pakistani Chainsaw: A Love Story is winning awards on the festival circuit) and a number of award winning short screenplays. He loves writing interesting characters in any genre and believes everyone’s a hero in their own story and a villain in someone else’s.



  • Critical Hit: The Series

    Critical Hit: The Series Fantasy Comedy “Critical Hit” is a comedy series about a group of friends who introduce a new player to Critical Hit, a tabletop game and parody of D&D tropes in hopes of recruiting her to for the first ever Critical Hit competition. A send up of politics, role playing games, and nerd culture as a group of friends work out their conflicts in and out of the fantasy world. Spring 2019 Houston Comedy Film Festival Best Comedy Series Finalist.

  • Coffee in Southtown

    Coffee in Southtown Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy Romantic Comedy, 8 pgs. 4 characters, 6 locations: A Bohemian woman tries to move on from a disastrous first date with a handsome new developer gentrifying her neighborhood.

  • Right or Wrong

    Right or Wrong Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama “Right or Wrong” is a Drama about three thirty somethings trying one last tour to decide if they’ll remain a honky tonk band. 98 pages, 22 speaking roles, 16 locations.

  • Welcome to the Zoo

    Welcome to the Zoo Comedy “Welcome to the Zoo” is a Political Satire short story about a new intern to a savvy US Representative finds out how they get things done in the zoo that is Washington DC.

  • It Starts with Us

    It Starts with Us Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama “It Starts with Us” is a drama about Two seventeen-year-old boys who talk about how they will make this world a better place after an Orlando nightclub shooting. 5 Pages. 2 Characters. 1 Location.

  • They Rise at Midnight

    They Rise at Midnight Budget: $0 - $100K | Horror Drama “They Rise At Midnight” is a Horror Drama about a special needs man with OCD thinks zombies are going to rise at midnight. 20 speaking roles, 7 locations, 29 pages.

  • Worst Commercial Ever

    Worst Commercial Ever Budget: $0 - $100K | Horror Comedy 2019 Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Best Dark Comedy Short Screenplay Winner: A man goes to very dark lengths when his son destroys his favorite childhood toy. 1 page. 3 characters. 2 locations.

  • On a Mission

    On a Mission Budget: $0 - $100K | Sci-fi Action “On a Mission” is about a female ex-special forces operator who fights hand-to-hand against gangsters holding hostage a kid with untapped special powers.

  • Double Bagel

    Double Bagel Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy Comedy, 5 pages, 5 characters, 2 locations: A protective mother and her tennis prodigy son spar over college versus going pro with a slightly off coach in the middle.

  • Pay the Ferryman

    Pay the Ferryman Budget: $0 - $100K | Crime "Pay the Ferryman" is a psychological Drama. A piano teacher suspected of being a serial killer pays the ultimate price in an interrogation with a vengeful detective. 9 pgs, 2 characters, 1 location.

  • Samantha's Infinite Summer Vacation

    Samantha's Infinite Summer Vacation Family Animation “Samantha's Infinite Summer Vacation” is an animated series about a fifth grade girl, her grandpa, and two animal pals traveling through history and messing it up only to fix it again while they try to all get back home. 2019 Screencraft Animation Competition Quarterfinalist.

  • #RomeoLuvsJuliet

    #RomeoLuvsJuliet Budget: $0 - $100K | Horror Drama “#RomeoLuvsJuliet” is a Dark Dramedy about a tragic turn of events for actors in a production of Romeo and Juliet when a love triangle goes awry. 24 Pages. 8 Characters, 6 Locations. Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2019 Finalist.


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