|Films are one of the great expression pieces in media today. They can be easily viewed
on the web, or transferred to DVD .
We are constantly looking for the next best script to shoot from.
Submit them to ScriptSubmissions@SkucciFilms.com
And we encourage writers to contribute to the making of their screenplay.
The films we shoot are generally mid budget, with exceptional actors & crew. Though we
are very capable of shooting a big budget thriller, our films tend to be heavy in story, and
not in special effects.
|If you are interested in Investing in any of these films, please feel free to
contact us, for a business plan regarding your project of interest.
|Peppermint Park - Screenplay by John Wambles
This is a love story, in it's most simplistic form, one
person falls in love with another, who is already
married with a family. The twist to this story is, they are
two men. What does he choose? The heterosexual life
that he has portrayed, for all these years....or the
homosexual life that gives him the fulfillment of love.
|SIN - Screenplay by Raphael Giovanni Carlo
SIN is an exciting new project for Fast Track
Productions. This started as a short film, which is
actually the first ten minutes of the feature film. The
original short script, written by Port Orchard
screenplay developer, Raphael Giovanni Carlo,
placed in the top five finalists, as one of the best
scripts in The Northwest Film Forum Competition.
|Spare The Rod - Screenplay by Jacob Sanders
Behind the eyes of a feral, battered 8 year old boy, lies
the compassion of ageless innocence. While being
locked away in the basement of his drunken abuser, the
young child finds solace within the borders of the woods
that surrounds a small Southern town. In order to survive,
he must escape his confines in the night, and feed from
the fruits of nature. All seems hopeless until one
magical evening when the boy finds a clearing in the
woods that leads him to the home of a savior,
Edmonton, a sickly, elderly man, who befriends the child.
At first, Edmonton is conflicted with his own demons. He
does not quite understand the true wrath that this child
endures. Through twisting and sometimes aggravating
events, Edmonton and the boy save each other's lives,
and in the process, open the eyes of a town that has
fallen asleep, all the while being haunted by the drunkard.