BY THE NUMBERS
ROBINSON FAMILY PRODUCTIONS
Written by Ken Robinson, Christopher Fullwood, Patricia Robinson, Johnny Robinson, Joy Robinson
A literary author lowers herself to write a commercial success in order to survive while working on the great American novel. Murder and mayhem follow her from city to city while promoting the book on tour. She is framed and arrested for the murders as they are constructed from her best seller '101 Ways to Kill Someone, Painfully.'
Now she must control her alter ego for her present life to continue. She is pulled into her alter ego's ethereal world of physical and mental violence from which only one of them will continue to exist.
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|Featuring Actress Jeanne Baker
|Director: Ken Robinson
DIFFERENT LIKE ME
RENEGADE PRODUCTIONS, LLC
Written by Gerald & Robert Huckleberry
The idea for the short story "So Specially Different" from which the screenplay "Different Like Me" came from was the birth of a grandson. This grandson who has "Down Syndrome" has been a source of constant delight for over 17 years.
As a character actor, Gerald has been in several independent movies. His latest role is that of an aged marshal in a small Oklahoma, Indian Territory town that is being threaten by bad outlaws from Arkansas. The movie "West of the Arkansas" is being shot late this fall. He not only co-wrote "Different Like Me", he is starring and producing the movie.
Gerald watched all of the great movies of the 30's. 40's and 50's. The way the directors used lighting, shadows, and close-up scenes became a fixation for him. Dialogue also was importatn, as it is the way stories are told on screen.
After a bad motorcycle accident at the age of 14, he spent almost a year bedfast in a body cast and had to learn to walk again. Since long periods of standing were out of the question, he went to work at a local "picture show" as a projectionist where his love for the silver screen became entrenched. He has been a huge fan of motion ever since. His chosen profession is that of a Licensed Mortician and that of a Southern Baptist pastor. He began to write short stories in the 70's and 80's. Over the years, he has written a number of short stories that have been published. He has also written a pilot and 21 episodes for a television series that was considered "good stuff" by the late actor and producer Michael Landon. He is still looking for a major network to produce his series.
Gerald and his wife Barbara make their home in Valliant, Oklahoma where one of their two funeral homes is located, and their production company. Their oldest son, Rob, a stage play writer and screenwriter in his own right, lives in Mesa Arizona and collaborated on many of Gerald's writings.
|Gerald Huckleberry with Janet Wapaha
|Different Like Me Screenplay Reading
Winner Best Feature Screenplay
STARING AT THE SUN
Student: University of Oklahoma
Written by Dustin Hutton
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
Soon-t-be high school senior, Travis Evans, moves back to Oklahoma to live and work with his famous brother. Over the course of the summer, Travis attempts to transform himself into the "cool" kid at school. However, through many talks with his brother and others, learns that acceptance from the masses must first begin with acceptance of yourself. By the end of the summer, he is a new man. He is forced to return home to care for his ill mother and start school. He implements his new found self-confidence and overcomes the school bully and finds love.
|BEST SCREENPLAY FEATURE Staring At the Sun
|Dustin Hutton with Oscar Ray