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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Numbers by Matias Caruso filmed! - posted by Don

Numbers (pdf format) by Matias Caruso (Mr. Z on the discussion board) has been filmed.

Two strangers with claircognizant abilities meet at a bar, learning shocking secrets about each other. (Short, Sci Fi 6 pages) First Place – Moviepoet’s July Contest.

Nick and Mia meets for the first time. They know nothing about each other and seem to know everything about everyone else. But sometimes the less you know, the better…

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

12 Angry Men (T.V. remake) teleplay - posted by Don

12 Angry Men – February 14, 1996 First Draft script by Reginald Rose – hosted by: Daily Script – in pdf format

Made for cable television remake of the 1957 classic about twelve jurors quick to condemn a Latino youth on trial for murdering his father before reviewing the evidence. Juror #8 holds out with a verdict of not guilty, thus setting the stage for arguments and reasons why or why not the boy may be guilty.

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Monday, July 28, 2014

Chronicle screenplay - posted by Don

Chronicle – undated, unspecified draft script by Max Landis (based on a story by Josh Trank and Max Landis) – hosted by: Daily Script – in pdf format

Whilst attending a party, three high school friends gain superpowers after making an incredible discovery underground. Soon, though, they find their lives spinning out of control and their bond tested as they embrace their darker sides.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Original Script Sunday - posted by Don

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page are twenty four original works. Check ’em out.

– Don

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Orphan Black and Avatar and Korra - posted by Don

Over on the TV Scripts and Transcripts page we have the teleplays of the first two episodes of Orphan Black. And, thanks to Wes for the heads up on two excellent websites featuring everything about Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra including transcripts of episodes of the shows.

– Don

Thursday, July 24, 2014

A Christmas Story screenplay - posted by Don

A Christmas Story – December 7, 1982 Shooting draft script by Jean Shepherd, Bob Clark, Leigh Brown – hosted by: Daily Script – in pdf format

Christmas is approaching and 9 year-old Ralphie wants only one thing: a Red Ryder Range Shot 200 BB gun. When he mentions it at the dinner table, his mother’s immediate reaction is that he’ll put his eye out. He then decides on a perfect theme for his teacher but her reaction is like his. He fantasizes about what it would be like to be Red Ryder and catch the bad guys. When the big day arrives he gets lots of present under the tree including a lovely gift from his aunt that his mother just adores. But what about the BB gun?

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Flight screenplay - posted by Don

Flight – December 12, 2011 tan draft script by John Gatins – hosted by: Daily Script – in pdf format

An airline pilot saves a flight from crashing, but an investigation into the malfunctions reveals something troubling.

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Monday, July 21, 2014

Adventureland screenplay - posted by Don

Adventureland – August 5, 2007 Revised Draft script by Greg Mottola – hosted by: Daily Script – in pdf format

In 1987, James Brennan’s dreams of a summer European tour before studying at an Ivy League school in New York City are ruined after his parents have a severe career setback. As a result, James must get a summer job to cover his upcoming expenses at the decrepit local amusement park, Adventureland, where he falls in love with a witty co-worker, Emily Lewin. In that bizarrely shady workplace, the young carnies have unforgettable and painful learning experiences about life, love and trust while James discovers what he truly values.

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Stowaway – Short Script Review (Available for Production) - posted by wonkavite



Anne Boleyn has escaped the Tower of London and seeks safe passage out of England. With the help of a young fishmonger, can she evade capture by Charles Brandon? A man determined not to fail his king…

Historical scripts – they’re such a tricky thing. A lot of history is downright dull. And when the wrong subject is chosen (or executed incorrectly), the result can be a cinematic nightmare… or an exposition laden snorefest.

And yet, historical scripts have such potential. To entertain. To educate. To bring a deceased culture and time back to living, breathing life.

When done correctly, such scripts look a lot like Stowaway.

Set in London 1536, Stowaway imagines a scenario where Anne Boleyn evaded the executioner’s ax. Hidden away in a warehouse, she awaits word from Henry Percy – who seeks to secure his love safe passage to Denmark on a ship. But the clock is ticking. For Duke Charles Brandon is on the hunt. Aware of Anne’s escape, he prowls the fish market, bribing everyone he meets for clues. One of the commoners he approaches is young fishmonger Bryce. And when Bryce discovers Anne’s whereabouts, he knows he has a grave decision to make…

In the masterful hands of writer Elaine Clayton, Stowaway brings 1536 England to vivid life. Reading the script, one sees the olde-world laid out before them, and can almost smell the fish market (a good or bad thing, depending on one’s point of view.) Read this script, and you’ll find yourself caring for the characters – and wanting to know more about them. Several centuries after the real life versions have turned to dust, that’s a remarkable writing feat.

Expertly written, Stowaway is a historical gem. One that deserves to be produced in full glory.

About the writer: Elaine Clayton is a London-based screenwriter, who has written several well-received shorts and is currently working on her first feature length scripts. Comfortable in a broad range of genres, Elaine has an innate sense of structure and arc development. Contact her at Elaine_clayton (AT) Hotmail(.)co(.)uk

Pages: 6

Budget: Ok. Let’s talk budget. Settings include a fisherman’s wharf and several secondary locations. And everything needs to look authentic. Period clothing would be required for the four main characters, and a number of extras. Needless to say, this is one script that couldn’t be done on a shoestring. And yet… such requirements aren’t insurmountable. For instance, the script describes a ship. But do we really need to see it in the water? Or would a shot of the ramp suffice? For a creative director with a decent budget… this script could still be shot as a work of art.





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