Los Angeles, CA, December 12, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- A Miami screenwriter enjoys the attention his screenplays are garnering as he seeks to entertain while addressing some of today’s greatest socioeconomic issues.
At the beginning of January of this year, screenwriter Chris Ossman, took on the daunting task of creating screenplays for at least 24 full length movies. Now, as 2016 comes to an end, Chris is reaping the rewards of his efforts as producers on films such as "Jumper," as well as other industry professionals with credits on films like; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The Di Vinci Code, Avatar, Titanic and True Lies, express interest in several of his screenplays.
Enjoying the attention, Chris responded by saying: “While I’ve enjoyed testing my limits with the goal I set in January, it’s really nice have my work noticed.” The goal Chris is referencing was to write at least 2 feature-length screenplays per month. Currently, Chris has completed 20 movie screenplays and a 30-minute Twilight Zone style television pilot. From low budget, romantic comedies to high budget science fiction movies, Chris’ collection of stories cover a wide range of genres. In response to those skeptical of such a high output of material, Chris credits his process, a method that the writer believes helps him go from concept to first draft in as little as one week. “It’s all in the treatment, which serves to map out your story, as well as highlight any flaws in the plot and pacing of the story,” Chris claims, as he embarks on his twenty first screenplay, a Sci Fi thriller entitled Black and White.
Any producers seeking strong stories to suit any budget should contact Chris directly at the phone number below or visit inktip.com. For fans of storytelling, find Chris’ log lines and synopses at his website: http://chrisossman.yolasite.com/screen-plays.php
About Chris Ossman
Chris Ossman has written several screenplays as well as a children’s novels and early reader. Mr. Ossman is an award-winning writer, taking first place in the South Florida Writer’s Association for his short story The Profiler. Though educated as an electrical engineer, Mr. Ossman’s passion is anything creative, from writing to music to art, which can also be seen at his website listed above. With little digging, short films by Chris can be found on the internet, including The Profiler, which was produced and directed by Kundan Sad and screened at the Miami International Sci-Fi Film Festival.
Interested producers or directors should visit ChrisOssman.Yolasite.com to tap into a plethora of great stories.