Cheat Code Kids
Cheat Code Kids - Legend of the Game World
Two brothers are transported into a video game world, where the only way to beat the game, and return home, is to learn to believe in themselves, trust in one another, and work together, as a team.
Bug wants nothing more, than to earn the respect of his big brother, Tobi, and his friends. Eager to prove that he can hang with the big kids, Bug uses a cheat code, for their favorite video game, that he found online. Instead of instantly making him a master of the game, however, it transports him, and his brother, to an elaborate, virtual world, where they meet new friends, and battle strange, and powerful adversaries. Now, they must learn to believe in themselves, trust in each other, and ultimately win as a team, in order to beat the game and return home.
Look for part 2... Cheat Code Kids - Return of the Game Master!
Judah RayWriterNot Today Satan, My Way, Pot Shop
Genres:PG, SciFi, Adventure, family
Number of Pages:105
Country of Origin:United States
Burbank Film FestivalBurbank, CA
In 1994, at only sixteen, Judah Ray introduced himself to the entertainment world, by producing his first concert event; a show which ended up drawing thousands of people. From the beginning, he has defined himself as a true visionary. One of the originators of the Southern California EDM scene, he has worked alongside such legends as Pasquale Rotella (Insomniac), Disco Donnie (H.A.R.D.), and Jeff Ryan (Insomniac/Dreamstate), founder of Motive Events (Love Groove, 420 Festival), serving as a C.E.O, Producer, Promoter, DJ, Agent, and financier. During the apex of his career, as a special events promoter, his productions were regularly drawing crowds of well over ten thousand people. He concurrently organized, while also promoting weekly nightclubs, concerts, and special events. He was not aware at the time, but he was pioneering, what was to become a multi-million dollar industry.
Judah Ray's passion for art, also led him to explore graphic design, during the early days of Adobe. He quickly established himself as one of LA's most sought-after artists, and it was at this point, that he began shifting his creative scope, to the field of professional photography, where his talent landed him jobs with industry giants, from Nokia to OneModelPlace.com.
Finally, Judah Ray set his sights on the film and television industry, starting as a P.A., and then working his way into the Art Department. In 2005 he produced his first feature film, One Among Us, starring James Russo (Django Unchained, Donnie Brasco, Fast Times at Ridgemont High). On set, he worked alongside Carlos Arguello (Narnia, Armageddon, Devil's Advocate, Fast and the Furious), and Gavin Alcott (Terminator 2, Ghost, Crank, Teen Wolf), and with many other seasoned veterans. "One Among Us" was distributed through Netflix, and since its' release, has become a cult classic with Horror fans worldwide. He then went on to work under Eli Samaha (Boondock Saints, The Whole 9 yards, Heist) at MGM Entertainment, where he developed ideas for remakes of many of the classic films in their vast library, such as Valley Girl, which is currently in development. During this time, he also worked at Mtv (My Own), and as an Art Director for many of Lil X's music videos, produced for superstars such as Brandy, Fabulous, Pharrell Williams.
Judah Ray had finally found his true calling. It was his destiny to be a part of the creative process that brings art to life, on screen. It was at this point that he enrolled at the Los Angeles Film School. It was here that he learned the fundamentals of filmmaking and developed his passion for the artistic development of film projects. He graduated Summa Cum Laude, with a 4.0 GPA. He was the third student to ever graduate with perfect attendance and was the first Valedictorian the school has ever named. His thesis film toured festivals and was awarded, and he is now developing his own scripts into feature films and television shows, under the banner of his very own production company, A-Level Pictures. Though his years of film production, Judah has written seven feature film scripts, and twelve feature film and television treatments, many of which have won awards.
I am very excited to have a PG script available for production. It's always been a passion of mine to write one. Especially, with the problem I see in films of this genre, which teach kids to talk back and be physically abusive, among other bad traits. A PG film can still be exciting and fun, without these bad morals sown into them, which children embrace. So, I developed Cheat Code Kids. Where within every level the characters go through, they learn to beat the it by dropping bad charictoristics, which they possess.
I worked hard on this story, and I'm truly happy with the results. I hope you are too. Thank you for your time and consideration.