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Friday, February 5, 2010

The February One Week Challenge theme and genre are: - posted by Don

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By Friday, February 12th, 11:59 pm est, you must write a script (properly formatted) 8 – 12 pages (courier 12 point font) on the following theme and genre:

Theme: The DarkA complete story that sheds light into the darkest reaches of the mind, into deepest shadows of the imagination and into the blackest void at the end of the universe.

Genre: horror, supernatural thriller, fantasy, or science fiction

Your script must be submitted using this form. More complete information on the Challenge can be found here. Questions about the challenge can be submitted on the Discussion Board.

This is not a contest, it is a challenge, so with that being said, up to six scripts submitted will be selected for production and distributed on the network (upon approval by the author of the work). The only compensation will be a “Written By” credit.

The challenge is not supported nor endorsed by or

Timeline The scripts must be received by Friday, February 12th at 11:59 pm e.d.t.. All submitted scripts will be posted anonymously for a few weeks before the writers are revealed. Please put “(c) Copyright 2010” on your script.

This is completely Free to enter.

The Schedule:
2/5 – theme and genre revealed
2/12 – submissions due 11:59 pm edt
2/14 – 12/21 – scripts posted without author’s names review, critique, comment, guess who wrote what
2/21 – Author’s names revealed.

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SimplyScripts - Movie Scripts and Screenplays » Who Wrote What in the February 2010 One Week Challenge
February 21st, 2010 at 3:49 pm

[…] couple of weeks ago, we challenged writers to write an 8 to 12 page horror, supernatural thriller, fantasy, or science fiction script […]

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