Rustler's Creek

Bear Krause, the Texas prodigy who saved the Gulf Coast from terroristic disaster as a tween-ager, loses her way as a teenager and finds herself in a boot camp for at-risk kids. She and her fellow campers confront their personal demons and become embroiled in a violent local conspiracy that has wide-ranging consequences.

  • James Coate
    Chocolate Bayou, Baker's Mound, Swinger, Corporate Trilogy
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  • Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival

    2014 Best Script - Corporate Trilogy
  • Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival

    2011 Best Screenplay - Baker's Mound
  • Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival

    2008 Best Drama - Swinger
Writer Biography - James Coate

James Coate began writing screenplays in 2007 in order to have material to produce and direct short films. Since then, James has evolved into writing feature-length screenplays exclusively.

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Writer Statement

Rustler's Creek is a sequel to the feature-length screenplay, Chocolate Bayou.