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*However, in a total douche move, nobody from Grand Valley State University’s Image and Sound class asked Zack for permission to use his script.
Film students. If you find a cool script on the site, don’t make a douche move. Ask the writer for permission to use the work. 99.99% of the time, they will be delighted for you to use their work. Heck, I will even help you contact the writer. But, please, don’t just take a work from the site without asking the writer. You might end up being labeled a douche. Remember, the moment you post your video based on a stolen piece of work to YouTube, it is no longer considered “For Educational Purposes Only”. YouTube is a commercial site that derives revenue from advertising.
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Babz is looking for then next hit comedy and would like for people to send the first 10 pages of their feature comedy scripts to babzbuzz @ gmail.com – she will read and may comment on the excerpts in the next show. The one caveat is you need to promise Babz that you must give the pages a table read first. Attach the excerpt as a pdf and include a short logline in your email.
MoviePoet.com announces the winners of the May 2010 short script competition. A Thousand Words. Your story must contain a picture and that image must be integral to your plot.
“The Thick Window” by Kyle Patrick Johnson ~ First Place
A father and son cope with post-traumatic life in a bunker.
“A Man Of His Word” by Wes Worthing ~ Second Place
A soldier of the American Civil War visits the family of a fallen comrade to tell them of his death.
“ReTurners” by Paul De Vrijer ~ Third Place
A former zombie has to pass one final test of humanity at his rehabilitation clinic.
Each month, Movie Poet runs a free online five page screenplay contest. On the first of each month a new contest is announced. During that month, you can enter your script. During the next month, you can read, vote, and comment on all the entries. Finally, during the third month, the results are announced.
Head on over to Movie Poet and give it a go. – Don
Khan and Akbar are childhood friends, currently thieves in Dallas, only known as the Twin Thieves. After getting caught on their last mission they loose everything in their possession. So to get a normal life, the Twin Thieves have to rob a businessman opening up a new store. 11 pages Discuss it on the