Rachel Reaugh is a talented, professional, award-winning, recently optioned screenwriter who gives everything to the art of her writing.
With her naturally cinematic imagination, Rachel's screenplays are rich with complex and compelling characters that provocatively capture the raw, and often, jagged essence of being human.
Specifically, Rachel is drawn to the genres of: noir, psychological thrilller, action, family, mystery, suspense and romantic dramas. Her influences include (but are not limited to): Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Raymond Chandler, Albert Lamorissee, Martin Scorsese, William Faulkner, John Huston, Alain Resnais, Oliver Stone and Stanley Kubrick.
In October of 2015, Rachel's feature screenplay LOST FARE (based on a true story), was optioned by the legendary and very talented film guru BRUCE LOGAN, of Bruce Logan Films.
In October of 2015, Rachel's short screenplay THE PLANT made it through the first round in the American Gem Short Screenwriting Competition.
In August of 2015, Rachel's short screenplay THE PLANT placed in the semi-final's in the HollyShort Screenwriting Competition, granting Rachel full access to the Hollywood Short Film Festival being held August 13 - August 22, 2015. THE PLANT will be a contender for the Grand Prize win held at the Festival's Award Ceremony Night on August 20, 2015. (Grand Prize winners will have their short screenplay professionally Produced and the Sceened at the Hollywood Short Film Festival in 2016!!)
Kicking off July 2015, Rachel's feature screenplay LOST FARE scored in the HOT 100 most interesting screenplays out of thousands of international entries in the Capital Fund Screenplay Competition. LOST FARE will be sent out to buyers and financiers world-wide as being one of the TOP 100 most interest screenplays this year.
In May 2015, Rachel's short screenplay DRAGONFLY TIME made it to to Quarter Finals of the ScreenCraft Short Writing Competition. It will be moving on to the Semi Finals. The Competition had 2,400 screenplays entered, this year.
Recently, in late March 2015, Rachel made the Top 20 out of 52 thousand entrants in the Jameson First Shot Competition for her short screenplay THE PLANT, a brilliant love story that is magic from beginning to end. Inspired by true events.
Kicking off 2015, Rachel's short screenplay PROMISE IN A BUBBLE, a dynamic drama, was a winner in the WILDsound Screenplay Competition, and will be performed by talented actors in front of a select group of industry professionals in February 2015.
Again, in January of 2015, Rachel's feature screenplay, MIDNIGHT LILY, a noir crime thriller, was selected as a Quarter Finalist in the Fresh Voices Screenwriting Competition, and will be moving forward to the Semi-Final round of the competition.
In November of 2014, Rachel was selected out of 600 screenwriters, to join ADMERICA | Branded Entertainment Studios, as a contracted screenwriter. (Now called Bangers and Mash | Branded Entertainment Studios).
Again, in November of 2014, Rachel's short screenplay LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR, a psychological thriller, was purchased by a Director/Producer in London, UK.
Early in the Fall of 2014, Rachel's feature-length screenplay MIDNIGHT LILY, a noir crime thriller, placed in the Top 15% of the Academy Nicholl's Fellowship Screenwriting Competition. Meanwhile, her short screenplay A TALE OF TWO CINDY'S, a neo-noir horror, came in 6th place (receiving an honourable mention) in the NYC Midnight Short Screenplay Challenge.