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Cajun Justice

Desperate escaped convicts flee into the Louisiana Bayou with two vital hostages... They choose the wrong victims, with intensely horrific consequences.

  • Mike Briock
    Antinean (Action). Hibernation (Horror). Love & Happiness (Dramedy). The Fourth Night (1940's Crime Drama).
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Writer Biography - Mike Briock

Attended film school. Gravitated towards screenwriting after I wrote some shorts and commercials for other students for their projects and became very popular and in great demand, so much so that I was staying up every night to write the projects for other students while also working on my own projects for school.

Worked as a script reader, and also was a personal reader for a well-known Director/Producer/Writer. I read some very good scripts as well as some horrendously bad scripts that were being greenlit, which actually made me angry.

Started writing my own scripts (Antinean/Cajun Justice/ Hibernation/Love & Happiness/Malicious Intent/The Fourth Night) and entering some film festivals in the screenplay category. I have experienced some well-deserved success as well as some bitter disappointments.

Even though I have won film festivals I am like any "unknown" writer and have found great difficulty in getting anyone at all to read my entertaining and high-quality scripts. The more festivals I can win, the more credence it gives to the high quality of my screenplays and writing ability.

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I take great pride in my work. I take my writing very seriously and I work very hard at it. I am very dedicated to writing entertaining and excellent screenplays. I enter film festivals to promote my work in hopes of being able to present my festival winning screenplays to directors, producers, and talent. The more wins I garner in festivals the more it helps me when shopping my screenplays to the directors, producers, and talent. Entering film festivals is very expensive, especially with no guarantees. I work 60 hours per week in order to cover the cost of the festival submission fees. I take great offense when a festival marks my script "Not Accepted" because I know they didn't bother to read the script and I know the high-quality of my scripts. I fully expect to win every festival I enter. This is not ego in anyway, this is unwavering confidence in both my scripts and writing ability.