Find Thuc on The Fireland List – cool womxn genre/horror writers of Ireland
Key Projects that are available:
SCENT OF THE DELTA– Round 2 of Sundance Labs 2020
BANANAS– Round 2 of MACRO Episodic Labs
PARSONS– The story of The Haymarket Affair, The origin story of May Day, which is celebrated annually globally.
Website with more information is HERE
THE STROKE AFTER MIDNIGHT– New Draft with Janese Taylor
A Woman of Color is slain by bad men and then brought back to life in a Voodoo ceremony by her sister. Together these women take out the horrible guys who keep them and other women down.
This is a grind-house revenge story. “She’s every woman. It’s all in her.”- Thanks, Chaka Khan
BLOOD DROP KILLERS– A vampire and a werewolf, both Women of Color, must save each other in order to save the soul of New Orleans from racists!
EXT. WAREHOUSE – NIGHT
HAG STONE– Beth, a war correspondent in her 40’s, takes time off to write a book at a secluded seaside cottage. There she finds rocks with holes in them referred to as hag stones. It’s said that whoever looks through the hole of a hag stone can travel to another dimension. Beth unravels a horrible shameful secret that the house has kept through space and time.
//Out on a shopping agreement:
HOODOO YOU LOVE– Rom-Com feature being packaged by two wonderful producers
For other scripts, please go here
Thuc was a translator for The Academy Award nominated “Last Days in Vietnam” by Rory Kennedy
Creative Screenwriting, with film producers of things you’ve seen & love
Thuc’s film poster is featured as the Marquee Month (November) for the Fest’s annual calendar P&A for her short film were funded by The City of Vancouver, Creative British Columbia & Telefilm Canada
Sundance Film Festival 2020 Inclusion Initiative
Thuc’s participation is funded by Netflix, Open Society Foundations, MacArthur Foundation, Rotten Tomatoes +, With support from Times Up Now, Nathan Cummings Foundation
Toronto International Film Festival “Emerging Filmmakers” Initiative Delegate 2020
Nominated for Lynn Shelton memorial grant