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James A. Conrad
Author and Frontier Scientist
, 2nd Edition, James A. Conrad co-author, with prime-time Emmy Award-winning producer-director Ralph S. Singleton
. Over 5,000 terms; the film industry's largest reference dictionary. 2000; published by Lone Eagle Publishing, now a subsidiary of Viacom International Inc.
The Model-Actor's Dictionary, James A. Conrad author. Over 1,700 terms from modeling, acting, television commercials, music videos, etc.; the first dictionary published on the modeling industry. 1988; Note: copyright interests in both dictionaries were sold to Lone Eagle Publishing, now a subsidiary of Viacom International Inc., in 1999.
"The Sleeping Beauty"
— Feature spec screenplay. A spellbound sleeping princess is awakened by the kiss of a future prince in this fairy tale fantasy set in England in the ninth century and high-tech world of the twenty-third century. An expanded retelling of the Charles Perrault fairy tale La Belle au Bois dormant
(1697). Based on a 1981 film treatment by James A. Conrad. 135-page script. Status: available.
"The Sleeping Beauty"
— A short novel adapted from the above screenplay. Status: planned for the future.
"The Wizards of Roswell"
— A short screenplay. A mock documentary that presents an intriguing new theory about the famous flying saucer crash near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. Comedy. 21 pages. Status: available.
"Pick a Model, Any Model"
— A short screenplay. A street magician out shooting magic tricks with his television crew on a city sidewalk encounters a group of models from a reality show. Comedy. 9 pages. Status: available.
— Story. Every year while attending an economic summit, the presidents of the United States, Russia, and China meet secretly for a shared intelligence briefing on the latest visual and audio evidence purportedly of the paranormal, UFOs, and cryptozoology. This year, however, one of the videos they watch contains something extra. Status: available.
Various nonfiction and fiction projects in development not listed here.
"Life Raft" — Feature film. After their boat mysteriously sinks while out on the ocean fishing, leaving no supplies and increasingly strange happenings including telekinesis, friends try to trust each other long enough to survive. Genre: Documentary-style (found footage) suspense/horror/paranormal thriller. Director: Todd Colby Pliss. Writers: Todd Colby Pliss & Steve Stevens, Jr. Producers: Todd Colby Pliss, Steve Stevens, Jr. Executive producer: James A. Conrad. Status: in development. Official website: LifeRaftmovie.com. IMDb.
Where is "Hollywood" today?
"Hollywood isn't a single place where films are made — it's anywhere films are made."
— Oscar-winning British director-producer-writer-actor Sir Richard Attenborough (1923-2014)
Frontier Physics — Field of study: Possible consciousness effects on matter.
James, pictured left, 1956
Strange Talents — I have conducted private laboratory research in psychokinesis; specifically, telekinesis. That is me in my telekinesis laboratory in 2001.
Definition of frontier scientist: A pioneering researcher employing scientific methodology in an attempt to make discoveries at the outer boundaries of known science.
(Credit definition by dictionary writer James A. Conrad).
♦ Telekinesis Laboratory - Photos
♦ List: Telekinesis in Movies and TV
Telekinesis laboratory, 2001
A Science Fiction Story in Three Panels
by James A. Conrad, 2013.
Here I am visiting the site where local legend has it something strange landed in the 1950s and a nearby farmer was seen driving away with something glowing in the back of his pickup truck.
It is now a tourist attraction "Mystery Spot" where optical illusions occur.
No, one leg isn't shorter than the other.
Ha! — What else could happen?
Perhaps you shouldn't be seeing this.
Mystery photo: A wildflower blooms in the middle of an old shell-paved road in the Florida wilderness on March 26, 2002. In the background on the right, there appears to be something unusual that was not noticed at the time. It is likely an example of pareidolia: recognizing things in vague or random shapes . . . perhaps to some, however, a forest gnome with a tall gray wizard hat (see below). This 35mm film camera photograph has only been sharpened. Click for high resolution .png image (4.16 MB). (If republished, please credit photographer: James A. Conrad.)
A mythical forest gnome with a beard, boots, arms, and a tall gray wizard hat? Or just a collection of unrelated shapes? Who's that dern fool fella over there studyin' me flowers? (If republished, please credit photographer: James A. Conrad.)
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