Christmas, Texas: A Secret Script

Christmas, Texas: A Secret Script

by Dean J. Augustin

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Overview

A young city manager rediscovers the spirit of Christmas with the help of an improbable time traveler and the oddball citizens of a small Texas town.

Brief Synopsis:
Skip Hicks loses his wife in a heartbreaking car accident on Christmas Eve. His grief changes to anger as his heart hardens toward anything Christmas related. Then Skip takes the city manager job in the cash strapped town of Christmas, Texas.

Skip battles an eccentric city council over the building of a state prison until he rediscovers the spirit of Christmas with the help of an improbable time traveler.

The script has been described as "Northern Exposure" meets "A Christmas Carol."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781448633555
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/01/2009
Pages: 206
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Dean J. Augustin is an award winning Texas based writer and director. His writing credits include, "Champions of Industry," a regular feature on CNN's Headline News, and The Discovery Channel. Dean has rewritten two original feature scripts for producer Michael Waxman (The Insider, Ali.) After winning the American Cinema Foundation Screenwriting Contest, Dean started "The Good Fight - Motion Pictures" to create, and promote his unique method of filmmaking. In 2003, Dean's first film, "The Secret Journal of Benny Travis," won a Platinum Remi Award at Worldfest in Houston and was an Official Selection at The Fredrick Festival of Film, The Philadelphia Video Festival, and The EdgeWorks Film Festival. In 2004, Dean's documentary, "The Enemy," received the Golden Lion Award for Best Documentary at the George Lindsey UNA Film Festival. Dean's documentary "Anthem" received a film documentary Remi Award at the 2005 Houston International Film Festival and was an official selection at The Short Film Corner during the Festival de Cannes. In 2006, Dean's documentary, "The Range," was selected to open the first South Padre Island Film Festival.

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