FEATURE – BIOPIC – 84 PAGES
Shortly before his death, Ernest Hemingway finished his 1920s memoir “A Moveable Feast.” Take a daytrip through his mind and pen to see the people and sights of his beloved Paris, with a special focus on his uncharacteristically tender relationship with F. Scott Fitzgerald.
NOTE 1: I wrote this screenplay for fun. I don’t have the rights to the source material. The chances of a studio securing those rights and then buying my screenplay is probably as close to zero as you can get. With that in mind, I’ve included the entire work at the link below.
NOTE 2: While this script is a mere 84 pages, a number of the montages featuring Hemingway’s walks around Paris would add the required minutes to the run-time to make this a feature-length film.