In 1874, Rue Ellsworth endured the horrible trauma of watching his family assaulted as a young boy. Eight years later he’s now forced to confront that past trauma as a result of his sister’s murder. In doing so he avenges his sister’s death as well as the assault on his family.
Fredrica Bailey is a 2016 MFA graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She hails from Washington, DC and has always had a great love for writing and film. Though trained in all mediums of dramatic writing she has a special affinity for screenwriting. Her feature film “The Expat” was a 2015 Action Adventure semi-finalist in Final Draft’s Big Break Contest. In 2016 she was awarded Tisch’s Paulette Goddard Scholarship, as well as the Charles Purpura Award for Special Recognition in Screenwriting. In addition, she’s also co-written a short entitled, “Da Jump” that is now in post-production.
Currently, Fredrica is working on several spec scripts, pilots and plays. Some of her favorite genres are historical epics, action-adventures, dramas, thrillers, and fantasy. She looks forward to a long career as a dramatic writer.