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Friday, July 18, 2008

Manipulating Life - posted by Don

Congratulations to Joseph! His script, Manipulating Life was filmed and premiered for the first time at the deadCenterFilm festival in Oklahoma. The film was directed by Arron Jenkin.

The entire film can be viewed at manipulatinglife.com

Read an early draft of
Manipulating Life by Joseph Cahill (Short, Drama) – Professor Sproul attempts to rid the world of his greatest creation. 20 pages (pdf format)

Shout out to Joseph on the Discussion Board – Don

Thursday, July 17, 2008

The Games scripts - posted by Don

Thanks to Russell for the heads up on the teleplays to the Australian mocumentary series The Games about the run-up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Check them out over on the TV Scripts page. – Don

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Semi Pro script - posted by Don

Thanks to “JBM” and “BE” there is the June 2006 draft of Semi Pro up on the Movie Scripts page. This would be courtesy of my arch rival, my arch nemesis with whom I’ve been engaged in an epic struggle nay these long, long, long years The Movie Page. – Don

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

SoulShadows – The Rice Children - posted by Don

Soulshadows is a weekly supernatural anthology series. Join Tanis, each week, as she highlights an item from her collection – each one containing the shadow of a very special soul.

The second episode in the series is The Rice Children, an ancient tale that asks the timeless question, is it better to be fed, or dead?

Soulshadows – The Rice Children by Michael Cornetto , Tanis by: Robert Newcomer. Hosted by MixelPixel – (Series, Short – pdf)

Discuss this script on the Discussion Board

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Tonight He Comes (Hancock) script - posted by Don

Thanks to BD for the heads up on this one. Jeffrey Wells over at Hollywood elsewhere has an excellent take on Hancock and the potential role that Akiva “I poop blockbusters” Goldsman had on the final movie. One HE readers shot over an early, early draft of Hancock noting, “It’s always frustrating to read movie reviews in which the writing is slammed. Screenwriters are easy targets, but they’re often innocent bystanders in the development process. If you want to know what Hancock looked like before all the cooks in the kitchen got their grubby paws on it, here’s an earlier draft [PDF] that shows the writer’s true vision… “

Skip on over to the Movie Scripts page for a look-see. – Don

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Script Girl sales report for July 11th - posted by Don

Script Girl’s weekly script sales report for the week ending July 11, 2008.

Two groups of talking animals living together, a high school student in a murder plot orchestrated by his substitute teacher, male dancing cheerleaders, a modern day animal doctor hired to overlook mythological creatures and Inglorious Bastards script is floating around.

Cruel - posted by Don

Congrats to Duane and Conflic Scripts on the filming of Cruel. Cruel is presented by Conflic Scripts, produced by Smokin Gnome Productions & Knight Entertainment and is directed by Duane P. Craig.

Read Cruel (pdf format) – Horror – An axe wielding “Beast” of a man abducts a teen girl stricken mute since seeing the wrongful death of her friend. One by one, each of seven different people are killed in front of the teen girl as a means of shock therapy to cure her traumatic muteness. The seven victims are each responsible for the cover-up of the Political Official who should have gone to prison for the wrongful death.

Cruel is a silent-horror-film that is just as much a cat-and-mouse thriller. The film is purposely done silent and for good reason per the intelligence of the concept. The film will end with a twist that should solidify this filmmaker’s vision and firm place into the industry. The entirety of the film will present style over substance. The filmmaker firmly believes that blood and gore scares no one, but that one can present horrors to any audience in the perfect suspensful style such that it can be disturbing and never forgotten – much as Alfred Hitchcock had done so many years before.

Questions or Comments about the script or film, ask ’em here – Don

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Weekly Script Sales Report from Script Girl - posted by Don

The weekly script sales report for July 4th from Script Girl.

A young man seduced by fiancee’s sister, stoolies hiding in time to thwart assassins, young inmate on parole set up for murder, and a 30 year old man going off to college after being home schooled his entire life. – Don


Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Scripts from the Golden Age of Radio - posted by Don

Big thanks to the Mysterious “M” for the heads up on a ton (figuratively speaking) of scripts from the Golden Age of Radio. Head over to the Old Time Radio page and check out scripts and transcripts from classics such as, Superman vs. Kryptonite, Stories of Suspense, Frankenstein and Gunsmoke.

You must do a deep dive on these excellent OTR (Old Time Radio) sites like Generic Radio, Quietly Yours, Those Were The Days and Kingrr’s Home Page. A recent two day power outage left the fat kid trying to wire all the D-Cell batteries in the house together to power the television. Some MP3’s of OTR stories like Superman and The Green Hornet and Suspense were a life saver as the family gathered in the living room by the light of candles and listened to these classics. – Don

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