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    Posted: 29 Aug 2019 at 7:23am

#1 - ''Nula'' by Alex Sutton LOGLINE - A lifelong bond is formed between a deaf girl and the gorilla who saved her life.


#2 - ''Bad Luck Kiss'' by Eric Johnson LOGLINE - Morgan is on a mission to meet a handsome zookeeper at the zoo. But will he end up another in a long line of tragic romances?


#3 - ''Panda-monium'' by Lauren Taylor Boyd LOGLINE - A determined zookeeper is tasked with playing matchmaker for two pandas: one, a lovable clumsy oaf, the other an aloof newcomer who just wants to eat her bamboo in peace.


#4 - ''Only Life'' by Joe Skoff LOGLINE - A North Korean Soldier witnesses a remarkable display of nature.


#5 - ''A Day with Shukrani'' by David DeRita LOGLINE - A zookeeper reminisces about the day he made an unexpected friend.


#6 - ''Extraction of the Zookeeper'' by Mark Piras LOGLINE - Years after a global calamity kills most of the planet, a man investigates tales of a woman who finds and keeps animals.


#7 - ''Just Like Momma'' by Jae Mazer LOGLINE - Bethany, a little girl who suffers abuse at the hands of her father, finds a bittersweet solution to the horrors of her life.


#8 - ''Lemmings'' by Josh Madden LOGLINE - A less than perfect robot is given a thankless caretaking position.


#9 - ''All God's Creatures'' by Oscar Morphew LOGLINE - In the shadow of an unspoken disaster, an old man living in the ruins of a Wildlife Park, haunted by all that he's lost, discovers there is something in the darkness with him.


#10 - ''GATEKEEPER'' by Liz Hynes LOGLINE - Annie can't remember things as well as she used to, but she always remembers to lock the gate.


#HM - ''The Oops-A-Daisies'' by Greg Sisco LOGLINE - After seeing a strange man in her front yard, a young girl raised to believe that accidents await her if she leaves the house begins to question the nature of her world.


#HM - ''Animales Salvajes'' by Christopher McKernan LOGLINE - An employee at the world's most dangerous zoo learns who the real wild animals are.


#HM - ''THE ZOOKEEPER'S KEEPERS'' by Z. R. Denis LOGLINE - When animals in a Zoo go out of their way to keep their best yet most accident-prone Zookeeper out of danger's way on a daily basis, they must suddenly think outside the box when a new member of staff threatens to make things even worse for their favorite Zookeeper...


#HM - ''Spaz'' by M. Rowan Meyer LOGLINE - A mistreated zookeeper with Down syndrome is imprisoned in his zoo overnight, where he finds more kindness than in the land of people.


#HM - ''Sweet Lorraine'' by Brett Michael Orr LOGLINE - A married man sits with his ailing wife, reflecting back to the day they first met so many years ago.

 

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