Phil Brody

Phil Brody

Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
September 2011
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About Phil

Ever since penning a hit haiku in the 7th Grade that garnered accolades, won awards, and drew groupies, writing has been my forte. I’ve worked in development, advertising, documentary TV, and recently sold my first novel—The Holden Age of Hollywood [August 2012, Medallion Press].

Loglines

  • A Fielder's Choice

    A Fielder's Choice Drama Sports After enduring a collective near-death experience aboard a plane, the Chicago Cubs begin winning in mysterious ways, rendering the team’s narcissistic All-Star and the only player that wasn’t on the flight obsolete and in search of an explanation --- an answer he finds through an unlikely friendship with a Japanese rookie pitcher who may hold the key to the team's magical turn-around.

Awards

  • Second Place -- American Accolades Screenplay Competition [The Nostalgic Tourist]
    (2006)

  • Grand Prize Winner of The Short Film Group's Annual Short Script Competition [A Blue Christmas]
    (2002)

  • Best. Haiku. Ever. (7th Grade)

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