Bruno Borello Productions




Genre:   Comedy-Drama

Writers: Bruno Borello and Bill Burman

Logline:   Gentrification is pushing artists out of San Francisco, but one struggling writer is determined to complete his first novel regardless of the pending obstacles, including falling in love with a beautiful Italian woman.

"Bruno Borello is a writer I’ve been reading over a number of years—a standout among standouts. His script The Last Bohemian demonstrates superior writing chops. I eagerly suggest you take a look; you won’t be disappointed.” - Richard Walter, former UCLA Assoc. Dean and Screenwriting Dept. Head.

Placed Second Round in the Drama category, 2019 Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition.

Title:       THE OUTCRY

Genre:     Historical Crime Drama/Thriller

Writer:     Bruno Borello

Logline:      Based on a true story in 1933, during the Great Depression in Northern California, a college student's faith in God and his ambition to become a priest are put to the test when he joins an enraged mob of vigilantes seeking to bring to justice two men who kidnapped and murdered his friend.

Title:        WRATH OF AN EAGLE

Genre:     Action/Drama

Writer:     Bruno Borello

Logline:      Based on a true story in 1976, a highly skilled pilot working for an American oil company in Venezuela is wrongly imprisoned and tortured by corrupt government officials. After a ransom is paid for his release, he embarks on an elaborate plan in a modified plane to get his revenge and rescue his friend held in the prison.

     Wrath of an Eagle placed in the following screenplay competitions and also received the following reviews:

     - Austin Film Festival  2015 - Second Round Finalist in the drama category.

     - Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition 2014-15 - Finalist (one of three) in the action/adventure category  and also receiving an           Honorable Mention.

     - ScreenCraft Script Contest 2018- Semi-finalist in the action/thriller category.

"Your writing is witty and sharp and vivid. Economy with words moves your multi-layered plot forward with momentum, so much so that I found myself unable to put it down." (Richard Walter, Former UCLA Screenwriting Chairman)

"This seems to have a SHAWSHANK appeal to it and I like the layers of prison, real life, and revenge. This is a well thought out, detailed script that I enjoyed reading. The hardboiled language gives the script an almost noir tone that is compelling and motivates the pace of the film.” - Rachel Swearingen of FilmRise Distribution

Television Series

"Welcome To My World"

One-hour  Television comedy pilot.