Screenwriter. Author. Producer.

Mo had always been drawn to the great unknown of space. Something bigger, stranger. Science Fiction latched on to her attention and never let go. After watching The Twilight Zone episode, "I Shot an Arrow in the Air". The characters' tempers and anxiety flares knowing they have landed on what they believe to be a foreign planet and the stakes of survival are at an all time high, she knew that was her world from that time on.
She had caught the bug and wanted to write stories in a similar vein. So it began, story after story. Binders and binders full. The more she wrote, the more she watched. But through all of this, something more unnerving struck her. She didn't see many characters that looked like her. Well, some, but maybe too few. Storm. Elisa and Angela from Gargoyles. Nichelle. Billy Dee.

Who the hell was she writing these for? A show focused on a  brown female hero in Sci-Fi seemed more outlandish than the actual story. 

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    Finding her voice through autobiographical terms of anxiety and fear, bravery and apprehension, she began to write short stories and screenplays. Acting out all dialogue within earshot of roommates and significant others. Pulling from personal demons, her works are seasoned with Horror and Sci-Fi, mixed with notes of comedy, however this writer claims there is no set genre.

   “I want my stories the speak to the underrepresented. The unseen and unheard person of color. The LGBTQIA community. The disabled community. The mentally ill. The marginalized hearts whose stories on screen and page sell them short.  I hope to inspire others to write their truth and their stories. To inspire you to point at the screen and relate. A feeling I never really had, which I suppose is lucky.  I carry a torch with so many others now, with the same dreams and objective.
Lofty aspirations for a little girl from New York who fell in love with space.” -Mo Moshaty


Televsion Screenplays


Catch - A recent divorcee navigates life and love with the guidance of her hyper-sexual terminally ill friend.

Genre: Comedy

Length: 30 minutes

WGA # I316025


The Room - Five creatives are tasked with saving a television network sent spiraling by their eccentric and increasingly inept mentor.

Genre: Comedy

Length: 45 minutes

WGA # I327902


Casket Flasker: An unlikely pair, running away from their lives, stumble upon a drifter making an offer they can’t and shouldn’t refuse.

Genre: Dark Comedy

Length: 30 minutes

WGA # I316026


Short Film Screenplays

Hum: A low humming sound in a young widow’s home gives way to voices from beyond. - In production

Genre: Thriller

Length: 20 minutes

Budget: <5K

Paper Capes: A prisoner, granted leave by the rehabilitation lottery, has one perfect day to spend with his young son. - Spec.

Genre: Drama

Length: 17 minutes

Sets in the West: Jack Holiday runs a small share crop farm in 2080 Alabama run by solar power. When a new enemy looms to take on the existing alien race guarding earth, Jack must learn to fight a new terror: time traveling humans. - Spec

Genre: Drama/Thriller

Length: 22 minutes

Crosswalk: At noon every Tuesday, the residents of Cranberry Grove are allowed to move about the city as they chose until sundown, until a strange character arrives who can stop time itself. - Spec

Genre: Thriller

Length: 25 minutes


Feature Film Screenplays - Unproduced

Ygandii: A children’s author is plunged into a catatonic state after the dissolution of an emotionally abusive relationship, trapping her in her own mind on a fight for survival.

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Length: 110 minutes

Matchlight: As Davey and Pete’s competition for the affections of the new girl in town become deadly , a small, close knit New York town is thrust into racial tension and begins to tear at the seams.

Genre: Drama/Thriller

Length: 122 minutes


The Chasm and The Caveat: A Collection of Disquieting Stories by Mo Moshaty

Available on Amazon February 2019 and Select Retailers March 2019


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