Script File

Delta Pi

An ambitious, driven college freshman accidentally spray-paints her future sorority “sisters” lavender, and after she gets banned from every campus sorority house and the dorms are full, she must accept the erroneous invitation letter from her father's legacy law fraternity and prove it is the only place she belongs.

  • Sandi Jerome
    Writer
    Runaway Cricket - BlackOrb.com
  • Project Type:
    Television Script
  • Genres:
    Dramedy, Comedy, Young Adult, Teen, Drama
  • Number of Pages:
    38
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • First-time Screenwriter:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Scriptalooza

    Quarterfinalist
  • Scriptshark

    Top 100
  • WriteMovies.com

    Semi-finalist
  • Austin Film Festival

    Second-round finalist
  • Benderspink

    First Round Finalist Open Door
Writer Biography - Sandi Jerome

I’m a full-time writer, fortunate enough to have an animated Sci-Fi script being produced by BlackOrb Studios. I am a graduate of UCLA’s Advanced Screenwriting Program, and I’ve been an Austin finalist with four different scripts and a Nicholls Quarter finalist twice. I write scripts with elements of fantasy and women’s dreams coming true because I recently sold my software company after kissing lots of frogs. Sort of a fairy tale.

I had a severe stutter when I was young, so I don’t like to talk on the phone. But a few years ago, I made the decision to sell my software company and write full-time. I talked with 24 companies that wanted to buy mine - but things never worked out. I’d tell my husband, “Well - that was another frog because of the saying that you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince. I had pretty much given up until one day, an investor asked me to call a young man who was getting started in the business and needed help. I didn’t want to help a competitor - and all this frog-kissing along with running my company was stressing me out - but I did it anyway. I called him.

It was a shock to discover that we had attended the same high school in Escondido - even though we ran companies thousands of miles away - in opposite directions. Even weirder was when I heard his last name, and we figured out his father was my brother’s best friend. It got even stranger - the next month, we were each returning to Escondido - it was his grandmother’s 90th birthday and my parent’s wedding anniversary. We agreed to meet, and he ended up being the prince I was looking for, and even though I’m not uber-rich - his company bought out my stock by paying me enough each month to enable me to write full-time. I recently completed the Native American Media Alliance fellowship, and now I’m looking for another princess or prince to read my scripts or pitches - and I’m ready to pucker up and kiss more frogs.

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Writer Statement

Sandi's goal is to help emerging producers and directors get projects to the screen