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Life's Curve

Major league pitcher and eligible single father, Ethan David always felt that Maura Dougall would be a part of his life. After their breakup a decade earlier, Maura suddenly requests that they meet back in Ireland to discuss a commitment she is now willing to make. Ethan, hopeful for reconciliation, and his eight-year-old son, impulsively jet off to the Emerald Isle where Maura delivers a tragic revelation and surprising request.

  • Carl D. Lord
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    Drama, Romance
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    United States
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  • 2017 Qaxaca Filmfest
    Qaxaca, Mexico
    October 6, 2018
    Finalist for "Best Screenplay."
  • 2017 Feel The Reel International Film Festival
    Glasgow, Scotland
    May 27, 2017
    Finalist for "Best Screenplay."
  • 2017 Wexford Film Festival
    Wexford, Ireland
    August 5, 2017
    Finalist for "Best Screenplay."
  • 2022 Dublin World Film Festival
    Dublin, Ontario
    March 12, 2022
Writer Biography - Carl D. Lord

Carl Lord's early love of literature began as a child after reading his first Hardy Boys mystery. Those early years of journaling and writing creative short stories have evolved into Carl's work appearing in national magazines, regional commercials, and local publications. Having completed two feature length scripts with four more in development, Carl has also written a fictional novel and personal memoir. A former college athlete and full-time single father, Carl's vision for writing inspirational and family oriented material is realized in his family/drama screenplay, "Life's Curve."

An accomplished musician, Carl has played on numerous albums, film scores, and commercials while performing at the prestigious Kentucky Derby Winner's Party. Sharing the stage with such well-known recording artists as Steve Wairner, Reba McEntire, Louise Mandrel, and John Anderson, Carl has also recorded with Grammy award winner, the late Lynn Peterzell, whose engineering credits include Giant Records, Clint Black, and the country remake of the "Eagles Greatest Hits."

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