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T.H.O.T? (Screenplay)

Kev Jones sits in a barber chair envisioning on his soon to be date with Stacy Jones will go. Everything is going well he's jarred out of his dream state by barbershop chatter of Stacy's past. He opens his eyes seeing many men trading stories about Stacy's promiscuous past.

Writer Biography - Jayson Johnson , Sara Anders

Jayson Johnson is an independent screenwriter and film director. Born in the Chicagoland suburbs to a creative family, he was challenged to seek out his own form of artistic expression and ultimately found himself drawn to TV. As a certified couch potato, Jayson used to watch 7+ hours of television every day. So when it came time to choose a major in college, it was an easy decision to make. Jayson attended Eastern Illinois University and studied Radio/TV. Film in the communication department. After college, he landed a job with legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola at his budding wine estate, then named Niebaum-Coppola. During this time, Jayson worked on marketing campaigns and internal videos but hoped of working on anything that resembled a film project. Then in 2008, an opportunity presented itself! Jayson was hired to be a prop master on Mr. Coppola's traveling stage performance, "Wine, Daydreams and Memories". Since then Jayson has continued his film journey by working freelance for Discovery, Facebook, Netflix, and several other top brands. To date his own personal films have been selected to over forty film festivals, winning several times. Jayson continues to work full-time as a writer/director for Strike Five Films.

Sara Anders is a filmmaker from Oregon who now resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. She started as a wardrobe stylist and has made her way to produce. She has been a part of several projects such as Ant Man and The Wasp, US, Sorry to Bother You, 100 Blocks, The Amazing Race (season 30 finale episode), and 13 Reasons Why, just to name a few. She is an actor, costumer, 1st Assistant Director, casting agent, writer and producer. Her versatility on the set is a great asset to any project she is a part of. As a producer she does her best to hire Black and brown cast and crew. It is also important for Sara to support the local Black owned businesses in the areas she films. She is determined to create art and work with people who are more concerned about the story than who is above or below the line. She is currently building a community of filmmakers with the same vision and giving them an opportunity to come together and make magic. You can follow her on IG @iamsaraspeaks or email her at for booking information.


  • Project Type: Screenplay

  • Genres: Drama

  • Number of Pages: 7

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: No

  • Student Project: No

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