Tom Green Writer's Bio (2021)

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writing-categories

Carol’s Place (Romantic drama; unproduced)

Logline:
Carol, a secretary at a ballroom dance school, wants to revolutionize dance instruction, but is too terrified. After one humiliating rape too many by her brutish husband, one witnessed by her teenage son, she finally decides to act.

The Flowered Box (PI detective/suspense based on Tom Green’s novel by the same name (optioned by United Artists; still unproduced).

Logline:
Pair of wisecracking PIs (black and Italian) hired to solve $20 million diamond heist and murder related to heist. Only clue is a small, lacquered, flowered box.

A Warm Night in Winter (Next Move Theatre, Boston)

Logline:
Residents on the second-floor landing of a rooming house reveal to each other laments over their misspent lives, but find strength together during an unusually warm night in February.

Madmen in Rapture (Next Move Theatre, Boston)

Logline:
Black vagrant uses his trash-strewn home in an alleyway as a vehicle into imaginary wonderworlds that he shares with a hostile, white passerby searching desperately for a new life.

A Warm Night in Winter
(adapted as radio drama for National Public Radio NPR)

Madmen in Rapture
(adapted as radio drama for National Public Radio NPR)

The Baxters (half-hour weekly family comedy; acquired by Norman Lear after year two)

Park Street Under (half-hour weekly sitcom; acquired by Charles/Burrows Productions after year two; renamed Cheers)

Writing staff nominated for two Emmy Awards.

LifeLines: Ethics in Action (1-hour news special (pilot))

Logline:
Exposing hypocrisy in government social programs.

The Flowered Box (Beaufort Books/Nelson, Foster)

Logline:
Pair of wisecracking PIs (black and Italian) hired to solve $20 million diamond heist and murder related to heist. Only clue is a small, lacquered flowered box.

In the Room the Women Come and Go (UNICO National Literary Award)

Bright Boys (Taylor & Francis)

Logline:
Tumultuous origins and quest to perfect Information Technology (IT) from 1938-1958.

The Untold Story of Everything Digital (Taylor & Francis)

Logline:
In October of 1949, after millennia of being analog, the digital age was born. A small group of unknown but brilliant engineers, working in an old laundry building, hand built—in a pressure-packed three years—the first-ever, real-time digital computer. It changed the world.

The Untold Story of Everything Digital (episodic podcast (eight (8) 30-minute podcasts based on non-fiction book by same name; unproduced)

Logline:
The Digital Revolution began in an old laundry building in 1949. The Cold War defense against atomic attack began in the backseat of a taxi the same year. This is the story of how they both came together…and changed the world.

 

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Tom Green
Bright Boys Media, Inc.
www. brightboysmedia.com
brightboysmedia@gmail.com
Direct cell: 857-234-0538