Short Films

I’m Sorry, I Tried, I Love You – short film/short script
genre: horror, magical realism
A struggling mother finds herself caught in an endless battle against a mysterious infestation in her home.

World Premiere at Dance with Films 2022

Winner – Women in Film/Seattle 2021 Professional Grant
Finalist – 2021 Hollyshorts Screenplay Competition
Quarterfinalist – 2021 Slamdance Screenplay Competition
Official Selection – 2022 LA Independent Women Film Awards
Official Selection – 2022 Palm Springs Shortfest Film Market
Official Selection – Hollyshorts Monthly Screening Series

#7 on Coverfly Red List for Horror Shorts
Top 1% on Coverfly for Horror Shorts
Top 3% on Coverfly

Written/Directed/Edited by
Goldie Jones

Starring Finnerty Steeves
(Orange is the New Black)

Based on the short story by G. G. Silverman

RAGE – short film/short script
genre: drama
Maya’s entire life is turned upside down when a brain tumor turns her father into a complete stranger. Inspired by a true story.

Semi-finalist – WeScreenplay Shorts Competition
Official Selection – Hollyshorts Monthly Screening Series
Official Selection – Seattle Film Summit
Finalist – Independent Shorts Awards
Semi-Finalist – Montreal Independent Film Festival
Semi-Finalist – 2021 WIF Shorts Night
Semi-Finalist – jellyFest Season 5

Written/Directed/Edited by
Goldie Jones

Starring
Ben Leiataua & Malia Priem

Screenplays

LENORE – feature film screenplay
genre: crime drama, thriller

Logline:  Lenore’s job was simple; get rid of the bodies. Until the day she’s asked to clean up the body of a teenage girl who isn’t quite dead and isn’t at all who she appears to be.

Women in Film Production Grant Finalist
Slamdance – 2nd Place, Feature Script
Cinequest – 2nd place, Feature Script
Table Read My Screenplay – Hollywood – 4th place
ISA Shoot Your Sizzle production grant – 5th place
Semi-Finalist – Screencraft Screenwriting Fellowship
Semi-Finalist – WeScreenplay Diverse Voices
Semi-Finalist – Table Read My Screenplay at Sundance
Quarterfinalist – Blue Cat Screenplay Competition

Top 2% on Coverfly

Devil Makes Three – feature film screenplay
genre: horror

Logline: When struggling author Valerie’s romance with a charismatic musician turns dark, she becomes convinced he’s made a deal with a devil, sacrificing her to his own ambitions. She makes a deal of her own for everything she’d ever wanted…at a price.

2022 Stowe Story Labs Official Selection
Finalist – Nyx Horror Collective Fellowship
Finalist – Bigfoot Script Challenge
Quarterfinalist – ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship 2022
Quarterfinalist – Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards Spring 2022
Quarterfinalist – Table Read My Screenplay Genre Competition

Top 4% on Coverfly
#7 on Coverfly Red List for Horror Features

An Invincible Summer – feature film screenplay
genre: coming of age drama

Logline:  In the summer of 1998, on the verge of turning 18, Nora faces two unspeakable tragedies – the sudden death of her mother and an infamous hate crime that throws her small Wyoming town into the national spotlight in this semi-autobiographical coming of age story.

Finalist – Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards
Semi-Finalist – Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition
Semi-Finalist – Unique Voices Screenwriting Competition
Semi-Finalist – Table Read My Screenplay Austin
Quarterfinalist – Bluecat Screenplay Competition
Quarterfinalist – ISA Fast Track Fellowship

All American Girl – feature screenplay & TV pilot
genre: sci-fi, political thriller

Logline:  A brutal hate crime connected to a much larger conspiracy leaves Nawja mute until an experimental surgery restores her voice and gives her unexpected sonic powers, unexpected allies, and unexpected enemies.

Finalist – Inroads Fellowship
2nd Place – Seattle Film Summit Pitch Competition
Top 10 – Table Read My Screenplay Horror/Sci-fi
Semi-finalist – Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards
Quarterfinalist – Screencraft Sci-fi & Fantasy Screenplay Competition
2nd Round – Austin Film Festival

#11 on Coverfly Red List for Sci-fi features

Screenplays Continued

Russian Dolls – feature film screenplay
genre: action

Logline: Fresh out of prison, Charlotte “Charlie” Smith is forced to pay off an old debt by intercepting a package only to learn the package is a person – an organ donor caught at the center of a war between a dying mobster and his estranged son.

Semi-Finalist – Emerging Screenwriters Genre Screenplay Competition 2022
Quarterfinalist – Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards Spring 2022
Quarterfinalist – Outstanding Screenplay Awards 2022
Quarterfinalist – Table Read My Screenplay Genre Competition 2022

#9 on Coverfly Red List for Action Features
#14 on Coverfly Red List for Action Scripts

Mud & Stars – feature film screenplay
genre: coming of age drama, crime thriller

Logline: When Billie witnesses a murder committed by a police officer while filming a protest that suddenly turns violent, she and her best friend Brett find themselves in a race through a city at war with itself to expose the truth before the police track them down.

2021 Stowe Story Labs Official Selection
Finalist – 2021 Bigfoot Script Challenge
Semi-Finalist – 2021 Stowe Story Labs – Tangerine Entertainment Fellowship
Semi-Finalist – 2022 Cinequest Screenplay Competition
Semi-Finalist – Table Read My Screenplay Genre Competition
Semi-Finalist – Table Read My Screenplay Austin
Quarterfinalist – Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards
Quarterfinalist – WeScreenplay Feature Contest
Quarterfinalist – Unique Voices Screenplay Competition
Quarterfinalist – Filmmatic Drama Screenplay Awards

Bio

Goldie Jones has spent a lifetime telling stories.

Whether that’s through writing short stories, poetry, novellas, or screenplays.  Or though filmmaking, aerial arts, or photography.  Every medium is an opportunity to tell stories in a unique way.

Goldie has worked her way up from PA to DP to Director over the 20 years of her career.  And she’s had years of hands on experience in post production as well as an editor and motion graphics artist.  This extensive background in every stage of production – from concept development through to the final deliverable – gives her a unique point of view on storytelling and the creative process.

Her commercial work, her narrative work, and her written work have all won numerous awards and she would be thrilled to bring her golden touch to your next project.