The UK Film Council has unveiled the winners of its latest '25 Words Or Less' film initiative - which called on writers to pitch their concept for a romantic comedy, science fiction or teen movie in not more than 25 words.
The four winners will each be awarded £10,000 in development funding and fast-tracked into screenplays.
The successful projects are:
The Best Woman by Irena Brignull - On his stag a groom faces many temptations. The best man's not usually one of them. Then again, the best man's not usually a woman.
Population by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby - 2128: Everyone wants a ticket off a chronically overcrowded Earth to the new Lunar Cities. But one man uncovers the devastating secret behind the exodus.
Teen movies :
Freestyle by Michael Maynard - A suburban, teenage girl uses the freestyle basketball arena to fight prejudice and win the heart of her urban rival.
Air Guitar by Phil O'Shea - Superstore shelf-stacker Chris sets out to win the heart of posh 16 year old classical violinist Sophie by becoming World Air Guitar Champion.
Natalie Wreyford of the UK Film Council's Development Fund said: "'25 Words or Less' has proved to be very popular with writers and once again we have found four fantastic projects to develop. The scheme encourages writers to think commercially about films that could have mass appeal and it is great to see so many writers responding.
"We are especially delighted that two of the projects are teen films as the Development Fund has been trying hard to find material for the key teenage market. It is something that the US does so well and we want to help get more British teen movies on the big screen."
The Development Fund is still accepting submissions for the next round of funding. Potential applicants have until 10am on Wednesday 1 October to submit their entries. The three genres are disaster, family (excluding animation) and musical/dance movies. Application forms must come from a recognised UK literary or talent agent to be eligible. submissions in the following genres: