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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Synecdoche, Rachel Getting Married and I’ve Loved You So Long scripts - posted by Don

Three more FYC scripts up. These three are from Sony Classics. There is Kaufman’s Synecdoche which has been floating around the ‘net for some time now. There is Claudel’s Il y a longtemps que je t’aime and Lumet’s Rachel Getting Married.

All the FYC (For Your Consideration) scripts that are online are up on the For Your Consideration page. You can also find them on the Movie Scripts page.

Thanks to all members who have sent me heads up on the FYC scripts on the ‘net. It is much appreciated. If you’ve gotten a postcard with URLs for FYC scripts not listed, I would appreciate it if you’d drop me a line.

Thanks to The Screenwriters League and David Lemon (Jewel Thief. Ninja. Scriptwriter. Liar) for the shout-outs. – Don

Mr. Lemon, Faintheart script. Online. Anywhere. Hmm?

4 Comments so far

1.

Zombie
December 3rd, 2008 at 12:15 pm

No problem! Thanks again for the heads-up. We linked you again here:

http://swritersleague.blogspot.com/2008/12/more-free-academy-consideration.html

Keep up the great work – we all love it!

2.

David Lemon
December 4th, 2008 at 6:41 am

Hello!

And thank you for mention. Have added a post to say I’m happy to put the script out there but it’s really the producers’ call now as they own it. Maybe after the release next Feb…?

BTW Piers over at the BBC writers room (http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/) has just posted the first episode of new UK drama series ‘Survivors’ (based on the 70s Tery Nation series). If post apocalyptic Brits are your bag, look no further…

Great Site!

3.

David Lemon
December 8th, 2008 at 6:28 pm

Hello!
have spoken to producers and they’re happy for me to send a draft your way at the end of Feb when the film comes out on DVD (it’s a small but big hearted British film and I think they’re understandably keen to avoid spoilers to give it its best shot).
In the meantime, I could send the first 20 pages…?

4.

Don
December 10th, 2008 at 11:24 pm

David,

As mentioned, if the script can be made available when the dvd comes out, I’d be delight to give it a writeup.

Don

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