Screenwriter

London / Los Angeles

 

+44 7469 257 007

melissa@provocativefilm.com

 

Manager:

Bob Sobhani

Authentic Talent & Literary Management

+1 (310) 838-3333

 

Scripts available upon request

 

NEWS:

Melissa's spec EASY OUT is a finalist in the Script Pipeline competition 2018.

 

EASY OUT is a quarterfinalist in the Page Screenwriting Awards.

 

EASY OUT is a semifinalist in the Academy Nicholl Fellowship.

 

EASY OUT is currently a second rounder in the Austin Screenplay competition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Melissa Osborne

LOSING IT

A feature script by Melissa Osborne

Inspired by Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice

 

Darcy is a smart, sassy, abstinence-preaching virgin intent on keeping her virtue while all around her are desperate to lose theirs.  But her resolution is tested when an undeniably enticing but sexually reckless teen rock star moves in to the house next door.

 

 

Jason

WHITE ELEPHANT

FAMILY JEWELS

MARKED

EASY OUT

A feature script by Melissa Osborne.

 

Benny, a terminally ill teen, asks his life-long friend Clover to help him die, but as Clover wrestles with the heart-breaking decision, life throws her a curve-ball that sets her previously ordered world spiraling out of control.

 

TV pilot by Melissa Osborne

 

In a small town a group of children have been mysteriously marked for death. Up until now only Cybil has survived the year of her predicted demise and now it’s up to her to find the supernatural hunters and save her friends.

TV Drama for UK by Melissa Osborne

Out to braodcasters.

 

A fierce rationalist has to re-assess everything she bases her life upon when she starts to have psychic dreams.

SCRIPTS FOR US MARKET

A TV pilot by Melissa Osborne

 

A probate detective attempts to reunite with his estranged family before he dies.

SCRIPTS FOR UK MARKET

A KILLER FRIEND

A feature script by Melissa Osborne. HEATHERS meets GONE GIRL.

 

A woman agreees to be maid of honor at an old friend's destination wedding but discovers that their close friendship is every bit as destructive as it once was.