Millennia by J.E. Clarke | Script Revolution

Millennia

A cyberneurologist must confront his wife and son, whose minds he transferred unwillingly into android bodies in order to save them.

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Consciousness. Every sentient being has it. But what is it? Intelligence? Self-reflection? Free will? Are humans the only beings to exercise that most precious of commodities? Age old mysteries, begging answers. Enter Dr. David Rhodes, Chief Cyberneurologist for the Millennia Corporation, who is about to take a journey. A journey of exploration destined to unravel the weave of reality from the loom of the fates and bare the distinction of mind and body.

Story by and Cowritten by J.M. O'Farrell - J.M. O'Farrell was a senior engineering specialist employed in the Space Program with primary work in the field of Space Shuttle launch imagery.

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2017 QuarterFinalist in PAGE (final results TBD.)

Submitted: February 3, 2017
Last Updated: November 17, 2020

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The Writer: J.E. Clarke

Known for her unique characters and plots, J.E. Clarke has optioned her feature length horror, " Containment " with Primestar Film Group (director Mike Elliott of Scorpion King 4 attached), her SF feature " Stream " with Purryburry Productions, John Noble of " Fringe " and " Lord of the Rings " attached. Her fantasy/SF " Evergreen " (cowritten for Adam Zeulhke of Zenoscope Productions), is currently in preproduction, along with Entanglement (Director/Cowriter David Manocchio), and international thriller Blood Type (Director/Cowriter Dan Thorens.) Currently seeking representation, Ms. Clarke's portfolio of work is available at http://www.jecstories.xyz/ (Sample shorts at http://www... Go to bio

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