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Saturday, March 7, 2015

No More Tomorrows by Mark Renshaw – Produced! - posted by Don

This in from Mark:

A script of mine that was originally posted on your site in the Short Section has been produced. I ended up producing it myself. I teamed up with a couple of producer friends in the states (I’m based in the UK) and they found me a director in LA who was interested in directing it. We’ve spent the last 5 months making it but it’s finally out and I’m very proud of it.

The movie is here. We are entering it into a few film festivals to see how it does. I just thought I’d share for now in case anyone would like to see how much a script can change during production. Even then the finished product did differ from the script in some areas because we ran into trouble during the shoot and had to improvise some scenes. Then of course post-production did change the flow of certain key points.

I learned a hell of a lot participating on your forums so it would be nice to give something back.

Cheers,

Mark

No More Tomorrows (original draft) (15 pages, pdf format, short, drama, fantasy) by Mark RenshawA young woman must learn to live for today if she is to have any chance of saving her family and surviving to see another tomorrow.

No More Tomorrows (shooting script) (17 pages, pdf format, short, drama, fantasy) by Mark RenshawA self centered young woman on a family road trip encounters two strangers who are far more dangerous than they appear. As fate intervenes, she has to find the courage to learn to live for today if her family have any chance to see another tomorrow. 17 pages (pdf format)

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A self centered young woman on a family road trip encounters two strangers who are far more dangerous than they appear. As fate intervenes, she has to find the courage to learn to live for today if her family have any chance to see another tomorrow.

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5 Comments so far

1.

Michael
March 7th, 2015 at 11:57 am

Hi, wow. Good work. Could you tell me what camera and editing software you used.
And how did you get the clear shots. Did you use additional lights?
This is very well done. You are very talented and good director.

2.

Anthony
March 7th, 2015 at 9:14 pm

Cracking short, great job.

3.

KP Mackie
March 8th, 2015 at 1:22 am

Really well done. Congratulations!
I need to stop watching scary stuff at night… 🙂

4.

Arun
March 8th, 2015 at 5:17 pm

Amazing job.. I couldn’t stop watching..

5.

Vinni
March 16th, 2015 at 6:11 pm

Best of luck! Everything was well done from original script to final production. You mentioned that you had to change some things in production. I just started learning screenwriting myself (@ 40 yrs old- mid life crisis itch I guess) and was wondering what made you change things from the original script? I thought that the rewrite and the film was a little confusing because of the changes. I thought that the original had a better element of surprise. Maybe bc of the shooting issues, you had to. Either way, well done! Good casting. The actors were great (although I could do without the weird voice was putting on). I also would like to know what kind of equipment you used. I hope all goes well in your career!

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