Winning writers Hasan Oracius, Brandon Camp and Ron McCants attended the Missouri Stories Fellowship in Kansas City.
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Recent winners of the Missouri Stories Scriptwriting Fellowship:
In Race Music, written by Hasan Oracius and Eric Weber, an R&B-crazed white kid from the 1950s is recruited by two inner-city musicians when a portal lands him in present-day Kansas City.
Let Me Burn, written by Brandon Camp, tells the story of a pair of paranormal investigator con men who are hired by a billionaire to investigate a poltergeist but get more than they bargained for when the haunting becomes real.
Ronald McCants’ An Aviary of African Seabirds follows Anthony, an angsty, hothead teen from the Missouri Bootheel. At the end of his senior year of high school he doesn’t know what he wants to do with his life until he meets his father for the first time. Anthony must seize the future or be destroyed by the shackles of his hometown. The only way to do that is to get to know who he truly is by getting to know his larger-than-life father.
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What do the winning fellows get?
The 2022 Missouri Stories Scriptwriting Fellowship took place in Kansas City. The winning fellows were joined by mentors Aaron Rashaan Thomas (S.W.A.T) and Timothy J. Sexton (Children of Men), both of whom have ties to Missouri. Over four days the group ate great Kansas City meals together, spent time in group sessions and got one-on-one time with each mentor.
Writers do not have to be from Missouri to enter! Get all the details at MoFilm.org/MoStories