Movie screenplays written by Phyllis Zimbler Miller:
A female FBI agent accompanied by a male data scientist observer from China must use the experimental Truthfinder procedure to determine the truth of a “he said, she said” sexual assault.
Near future sci fi THE MOTHER SIEGE: THE MATRIX meets CHILDREN OF MEN:
In the near future a corporation has figured out how to completely encapsulate a large portion of the U.S. The next step of total mind control is to require that mothers surrender all their children from ages six months to 18 years to government group homes.
One mother bands together with two other mothers and a mother-to-be to escape with their children from the encapsulated land mass. They must risk their own lives and those of their children without knowing what, if anything, exists outside the encapsulated land mass.
Movie screenplays written by Phyllis Zimbler Miller and Mitchell R. Miller:
TV drama series by Phyllis Zimbler Miller:
SOLOMON’S JUSTICE: Judge Robert Solomon of the Los Angeles County Veterans Court must walk a fine line between dispensing justice for military veterans and helping them overcome their personal demons.
THE UPHEAVAL: HUMANS meets THE 100:
In the near future a corporation figures out how to instantaneously and completely encapsulate a large portion of the U.S. In a moment in time the land mass west of the Mississippi River is entirely cut off from the land mass east of the river and the rest of the world.
A 16-year-old girl is drawn into becoming part of the pockets of resistance forming in the military and the civilian population as individuals struggle against total government control.
WHO NEEDS ENEMIES?: UCLA senior Sarah Hoffman must decide whether “to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles.”
AMERICAN DEFENSE: CIA agent JANE MEYERSON works undercover as a fitness trainer in Frankfurt, Germany, to track terrorist threats to the U.S. and to U.S. installations overseas, including U.S. military bases in Germany and the U.K.
PINKY SWEAR: The teen daughter of a Puerto Rican enlisted man in the U.S. Army faces prejudice and finds love at Ft. Knox in the fall of 1964 right after the passage of the Civil Rights Act.
TV comedy series:
MY 90-YEAR-OLD MATCHMAKER: A 90-year-old married for 65 years becomes a TRUE LOVE volunteer matchmaker for 30-somethings. (Inspired by the activities and comedy of 91-year-old Al Zimbler — see www.AlZimComedy.com)
DR. SOAPY (as a TV comedy series): A single mother/medical doctor reluctantly agrees to become a part-time salesperson for a multi-level product line to pay for her son’s tuition to Harvard.
BREAK A LEG (written with John Wisor): A community theater group puts on productions at a junior college. The diversified cast members, ranging from a college student to a 70-year-old former dancer, are at odds over the productions chosen and their roles in each performance.
JOHN’S FAMILY (written with John Wisor): John, a middle-aged hospital executive and in-the-closet gay, must deal with his nephew and his nephew’s girlfriend moving into his condo, his twin sister pressing blind dates on him, and his two gay friends who live in an alternate reality.
KARATE MOMS (written with Susan Chodakiewitz): Two married sisters in Beverly Hills and their best friend, a psychologist, deal with the slings and arrows of everyday life from their spouses, children, and karate mates on and off the dojo floor.