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Singles Camp by Breanne Mattson – Featured Script of the Month - posted by Don

Singles Camp by Breanne Mattson – Featured Script of the Month

Singles Camp by Breanne Mattson

Singles Camp follows the misadventures of Anna Lee Utah, a Kentucky girl who goes to the title place in pursuit of romance. There she encounters wild animals, poachers, illegal loggers and a bizarre cult. It’s a comedy that’s way better than being gagged with a lumberjack sock.
(Comedy)

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Status: Available

Breanne MattsonWriter Bio: Breanne Mattson hates bios written in the third person. She thinks they are, as Monty Python’s Graham Chapman would say… silly. That’s why, starting with the next paragraph, she has decided to write her bio in the first person, the way Breanne thinks it rightfully should be.

There. Isn’t this more comfortable?

I started out as a musician performing as a singer/songwriter in Nashville clubs. I segued from there into event coordinating, booking acts for clubs and organizing musical entertainment for everything from festivals to charity events. One day an independent producer approached me about helping him find music for a low budget film, a sort of Walter Mitty style B movie with daydream sequences. I took one look at the script and fell in love with screenwriting.

I’ve written numerous scripts, spanning most every genre. I’ve had one script optioned in Hollywood, originally titled Tormentor. Some of my scripts have been produced independently, such as the feature Immersion or the shorts Cobra Blood Cocktail and the animated Sexual Harassment.

I’m currently working on my directorial debut with the short film Selfless. Shooting has wrapped and the film is currently in post production. I hope one day to produce my script Warning Shot, which was a semifinalist in the BlueCat Fellini Screenplay Competition, for my directorial feature debut.

As for my personal life, I currently reside in Oregon with my husband Michael. I work for KWVT and KSLM television in Salem.

To end as I began, in the third person, Breanne Mattson feels honored and privileged to have her script selected as Script of the Month at Simply Scripts and she hopes you enjoy Singles Camp.

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5 Comments so far

1.

Me
July 1st, 2011 at 11:06 am

I loved this script! It’s hilarious!

2.

Mr.Z
July 1st, 2011 at 11:34 am

Go Breanne!

3.

Daniel Goldstein
July 2nd, 2011 at 4:41 pm

I am a director and a film composer, and I’d love to direct such lovely movie, but I am already too busy with another film being shot this month, first day of shooting is tomorrow.

But if you’ll agree, I’d love to make your script a wonderful movie.

4.

Daniel Goldstein
July 2nd, 2011 at 5:04 pm

Though if I’ll direct it, I’d like to make a couple of changes in it so it will be, you know, less rude.

5.

Marcia Swaine
July 15th, 2011 at 4:13 am

VERY WELL DONE! I read the whole thing, and it is a great story, fun, suspense, drama, and lots of surprises!!
“DON’T CHANGE A THING!!!”

A Book-coming in October 2011.

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