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Wild East



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Fledgling police force and vigilante join to combat threat of crime syndicates & secret societies in eastern territories of United States at turn of the 20th century. GANGS OF NEW YORK meets THE DARK KNIGHT.

A fledgling police force and a violent but principled vigilante join to combat the expanding threat of early crime syndicates & secret societies in the eastern territories of the United States at the turn of the 20th century.

Submitted: June 17, 2019
Last Updated: October 31, 2019

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The Writer: Greg Beck

Greg Beck’s been writing screenplays for 10 years, finding a niche in crime genre and historical fiction. Greg found success as a finalist of the 2017 Austin Film Festival’s AMC Pilot competition along with 8 other competition placements and wins including Scriptapalooza TV, Fast Track VI Top 50 Screenwriters, Creative World Awards and The 5th Annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship. His pilot script the female led gangster melodrama “Hardy’s Trade” has been pitched to AMC and BRON Studios. He recently finished writing the crime action film “Eve’s Serpents” for a New York prodycer. As a writer, Greg’s writing style can be described as “vividly gritty” and pulpy. His cinephile... Go to bio