Bridge to Socorro is a feature film script. After a New Mexican horse breeder receives a mysterious offer to buy his ranch, he travels to Cape Cod to negotiate the sale with his silent partner and ex-mother-in-law and discovers he has a precocious granddaughter, and that the family matriarch is a seasoned manipulator. Bridge to Socorro is set against the backdrops of New Mexico’s high desert and the Memorial Day ‘New England Regional 4-H Equine Expo’ in the Cape Cod village of Aptucxet. It tells the story of five generations of Cape Cod women, the consequences of long-held secrets, unwanted revelations and answer the question: Can 4-H Hunt Seat riders and Gymkhana kids work together to host on a successful equine event?
Other Narrative Feature Scripts by Jacqueline Murray Loring include Wrinkles, Deal Me In, NOEL, Reflections for a Warm Day, Summer of 2012, Babies of War, One Chance. Short Scripts (written/cowritten): A Quiet Mind, Trains, Tracks and Aliens, The Importance of Being, Croque Rules, Baby Dude. Sit-Com/Reality Television: Wrinkled, Seniors on Parade, Diva Diaries. Treatment/Works-In-Progress: Closure, Kerouac’s Missing Manuscript, The Light, No Name Storm. Stage Plays (written/cowritten: Reflections for a Warm Day, No Matter What, Fight for Rights and Freedom.