Mark Colety

Spec Scripts

Not my Tot

A paternity test game show host is forced onto his own program after a woman accuses him of fathering her child.

  • Genre:  Comedy 101 min
  • Academy Awards Nicholl Fellowship, Quarterfinalist
  • WGA 1733205.  © 2015 by Mark Colety. All Rights Reserved.

Annabel Lee

Reality splinters when a surgeon becomes romantically entwined with a young patient . . . a patient he inadvertently killed.

  • Genre:  Supernatural Drama 112 min
  • Francis Ford Coppola Zoetrope Competition, Quarterfinalist
  • BlueCat Screenplay Competition, Semifinalist
  • Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition, Round 2 Selection
  • WGA 1642784.  © 2013 by Mark Colety. All Rights Reserved.

From Kandahar With Love

A line cook in Seattle falls in love with a nurse stationed in Afghanistan and "fakes" his way into the army to pursue her.

  • Genre:  Romantic Comedy 106 min
  • PAGE International Screenwriting Competition, Semifinalist
  • FilmMakers International Screenwriting Awards, Semifinalist
  • Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition, Round 2 Selection
  • WGA 1492522. © 2011 by Mark Colety. All Rights Reserved.
  • Praise for Not my Tot

    “A strong style and great level of craft. The dialogue is sharp, clever, and full of wit.”

    -Academy Awards Nicholl Fellowship 2015

    “Evokes heart and wisdom. This script has all the workings of a big budget movie.”

    -BlueCat Screenwriting Contest 2015
  • Praise for Annabel Lee

    “This is a smart, taut, mind-bending psychological and supernatural thriller that hooked me from the beginning and kept me until the end.”

    -BlueCat Screenplay Competition 2013

    “This script is a great modern day take on a classic piece of literature.”

    -Matt Dy, Austin Film Festival 2013 Screenplay Competition Director
  • Praise for From Kandahar With Love

    “Original and terrific!”

    -Sara Mornell, actress/producer (CSI, ER, Star Trek)

    “A very unique love story with a surprising twist.  Realistic and memorable dialogue.  Well done!”

    -Matt Dy, Austin Film Festival 2012 Screenplay Competition Director