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Saturday, July 25, 2009

ScriptGirl sales report for week ending July 11, 2009 - posted by Don

Baywatch, TJ Hooker and Asteroids (the video game) movies? There is a movie about marriage. ScriptGirl writes a column in ScriptMag.* A reclusive heiress has her worst dreams come to pass and college grads lower standards upon graduation.

*True Story: The now defunct SimplyScripts: Voice Over web magazine was first named, “ScriptMag”. Henrick and I didn’t know that there was an actual Screenwriting magazine called “ScriptMag” until we got a lovely and polite email from them asking if we could change our title as Google search results listed SimplyScripts dorky screenwriting magazine first in results.

By the way, MysteryMan on Film also has an article in the latest Script Magazine entitled, “How to Show, Don’t Tell”. The irony. (Get it? “Mystery Man” writes on article, “How to Show…”. I guess it was funnier in my head.). – Don (sort of back from vacation, work and a bout with Lyme disease…).

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Cindy
July 27th, 2009 at 2:20 pm

Lyme disease? Oh geesh. I hope you’re feeling better.

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