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Neil McLarty

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Neil McLarty
Bradford, United Kingdom

Script supervisor by day but by night a filmmaker looking for scripts, writer looking for feedback, director looking for collaborators.  Fan of Hitchcock, Lean, Friedkin and Spielberg. Sci-fi, suspense and the high concept. Believer that the kitchen sink is for washing dishes and compelling cinema comes from compelling characters. 

Will write a proper bio soon or never. More likely never. 

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Scripts By Neil

Tartan Army
When Jack, an agoraphobic football fan, is persuaded to follow Scotland to the World Cup, he must overcome fears he couldn't imagine as he ends up being hunted by monsters for the purposes of gambling.
Feature Action, Comedy, Horror For sale 115pp
Mnemosyne Project
A man plagued by visions of a murder wakes in a strange medical facility with no memory of who he is and his face completely bandaged.
Short Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller Available for Free 15pp
1 reader loves this script
What Dwells in the Dark We Put There
Alone in an isolated cottage, a woman struggles with the darkness of the countryside around her unaware that something is stalking her.
Short Horror Seeking finance 7pp
4 readers love this script
Sweet Pea: The Kunoichi
Freedom fighters have to put their trust in a disgraced scientist to extract technology from a cybernetic assassin in the fight against the evil corporation that controls their lives.
Short Sci-Fi, Thriller Seeking finance 15pp
1 reader loves this script