Daniel Broderick | Script Revolution
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Daniel Broderick
Pasadena, United States

California native.  Born in Los Angeles after my parents moved there from Chicago, where my father wrote for television after WWII and college.  Have lived in San Fernando Valley, Orange County, Palo Alto, Florence (Italy), Washington, D.C., New Haven (Connecticut), West Los Angeles, Germany, and Sacramento.  Currently live in Pasadena, California.  Stanford undergrad.  Played basketball until hurt my sophomore year, Yale Law School.  

Non-lawyer jobs include assembling board games, gas station attendant, assembling yachts, picking up trash at the beach, washing dorm windows, maintenance at a golf course, painting the take off boards for the long jump and triple jump (jock job, where I was literally paid between coats to watch paint dry), janitorial work at Sears, paralegal at the U.S. Justice Department.  Legal jobs include judicial law clerk, federal prosecutor, law professor, and federal public defender.  

I genuinely enjoy writing scripts and I appreciate any and all who read them.  As of February 2022, I've completed sixteen feature film screenplays, 10 shorts, and two television pilots.  After receiving feedback from screenwriting contests, I've significantly revised about half of my screenplays and will be reworking the others the rest of this spring.  Then I'll try to either springboard any successful contest entries into acquiring a manager/agent or just try to drum up one on my own.   Should all of this fail, I'll go back to the drawing board this summer, with some new projects.

Good luck to everyone on Script Revolution.   

 

 

 

 

Scripts By Daniel

Oh No, You Pull It
Two siblings, whose mother is on life support, debate who should pull the plug. And yes, this is a comedy.
Short Comedy Under Option 10pp
5 readers love this script
Read Review by Clark Ransom
The Pigeon Academy
Ever seen a baby pigeon in the park? Probably not, because they're all learning their trade at the world renowned Pigeon Academy in Los Angeles.
Short Animation, Comedy, Family For sale 15pp
1 reader loves this script
Hell Is Not What You Think
A departed soul learns the difference between heaven and hell.
Short Fantasy Available for Free 5pp
1 reader loves this script
The Baron of Bunker Hill
A sports drama involving a former basketball star trying a come back, a supportive wife who redevelops areas of Los Angeles, and a Ponzi scheme that threatens each one's plans as well as their marriage.
Feature Crime, Drama, Romance, Sport For sale 98pp
1 reader loves this script
Next Rest Stop, 2.5 Million Light Years
A futuristic update of the good old fashioned family road trip, where the Boffs family heads to the happiest place in the universe in their minivan sized space ship.
Short Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi For sale 16pp
1 reader loves this script
Your Wish is My Command
Reimagined Thief of Baghdad (1940): Street-wise woman in contemporary New York meets a down and out genie who can grant almost any wish, but only on condition she surrender something of equal value.
Feature Fantasy For sale 91pp
1 reader loves this script
The Gift Bearer
Greek police investigate why ten passengers and six crew aborted their Mediterranean seminar at sea; what caused multiple deaths and virulent malignancies; and where is the beautiful mystery woman they brought on board.
Feature Horror, Thriller For sale 118pp
1 reader loves this script
Milton DeMedici, NFT
A trend influencer, dubious about NFT's, wagers she can create a true NFT: a celebrity with No Fucking Talent. She transforms a dentist whose painting hobby reveals no artistic ability, into Milton DeMedici, artiste extraordinaire.
Feature Comedy, Crime, Fantasy For sale 106pp
1 reader loves this script
Hattie's Hard Hats
Etiquette and manners guru Hattie uncharacteristically loses her cool and is ordered to teach proper behavior to five sexist, uncouth construction workers as part of the settlement of their street harassment lawsuit.
Feature Comedy, Romance For sale 102pp
1 reader loves this script
The Grass is Always Greener
Jack is unhappy. No girlfriend, money, or status. Sam, the bus driver, thinks things will change. And when they do, is Jack finally happy? Not exactly. There's still something he wants. What is it?
Short Fantasy For sale 9pp
1 reader loves this script

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