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Everything should be back to normal.
Got a little coin? For £5 British Pounds or $6.50 American Money (or 82 degree Fahrenheit – I’m crap at English conversion) you can help get this made. Check out the trailer. Read a little more below and then go to Indiegogo and donate a few bucks.
|Anthony Cawood’s award winning short script, Glitch (pdf format), is being made by a filmmaker based in Edinburgh and will hopefully shoot in September.
The Director is currently crowd-funding to pay for the special effects required in the film, so if anyone is interested throwing a little coin to the campaign, it can be found on Indiegogo.
For those interested in the script… it’s a dystopian dark dramedy and sees a wife operate on her husband’s inflamed appendix using a temperamental VR headset, it won the best Horror/Thriller Short Script at the Nashville Film Festival in 2016.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
ScriptFest / Great American PitchFest is coming.
You can get 10% discount by visiting ScriptFest.com/home/register/. This discounted offer is only available until May 15. Just use the discount code WRITERJUDY10 for 10% off.
All Events to be held June 23-25, 2017 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport (2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505)
Sophie the Gelded Space Stallion (432 pages in pdf format) by Don Boose
Born in the high cliffs of the mountains of Kansas, Sophie, our equine hero, is kidnapped by an ancient race of aliens from Xadu. Sophie escapes in her quest to save the universe and if not the universe, perhaps his Mother. 432 pages
In this sprawling, epic and tribumphant space opera, a lot of things happen. There are tense, emotion filled parts where Sophie and Bob are trapped in the bottomless pit:
Even if we never escape this
inescapable bottomless pit,
we will still be free.
A lot of cool stuff happens in space:
We are in space! This is so
cool! It is much vaster than
Production: Moderate. Cast: A midnight grey horse, someone named ‘Bob’. Budget: Medium to High. Locations: space station, open field, bottomless pit.
About the writer: Don Boose has been spinning tales of space opera gold since 1999. He doesn’t believe in second drafts. The words come from somewhere in space, fullly formed and go into his head and through his fingers on to the written page. He is not available for re-writes.
About the reviewer: Don Boose (different Don Boose) writes reviews of space opera screenplay that are equine in nature. He isn’t fat. He is just retaining A LOT of water.
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First Kiss – Filmed!
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This just in from Antony:
Just finalising sale of First Kiss to a film maker in Atlanta [Stearns Media Group – Atlanta]… found on SimplyScripts again.
You can check out a review of First Kiss
Read more of Anthony’s voluminous body of work.
About the Writer: Anthony is an award winning screenwriter from the UK with over 15 scripts produced, optioned and/or purchased. He is the author of the immensely useful How to… Sell Your Screenplay. Outside of his screenwriting career, he is also a published short story writer and movie reviewer. Links to to his films and details of his scripts can be found at www.anthonycawood.co.uk. His movie reviews can be found at www.subterrene.co.uk.
Thank you to everyone. Particular thanks to those who have taken new folks under his/her wing and mentored new writers. I’ve been delighted to see a number of folks whose initial works were panned go back and re-work and a year later work is being optioned and produced.
Many thanks to Bert and Pia who continue to moderate the discussion board. Without their participation there would literally be no discussion board.
Thank you all for making the community what it is. Best wishes, much love and good things.
Stand up. Take action. Embrace diversity. Promote change.
STEP is a creative movement of people from all walks of life who want to celebrate diversity. Many groups of people – LGBTQ+, Muslims, Latinx, African Americans, women, and people with disabilities – feel that their voices are not being heard. And many people who are not part of those communities feel misunderstood as well.
STEP’s goal is to create a wide variety of content to help people who might not understand a different perspective STEP into somebody else’s shoes.
This is STEP’s first call for content.
We want to kick off our project with a bang – with a short film that is the embodiment of our mission statement:
What does that mean? It means we want all of the following. In each case, submitted material should show diversity, give us an opportunity to step into a community or somebody’s life, or showcase how people have the potential to promote change.
If you know anybody who might like to contribute to this project, please share it with them.
The end result, we hope, will be a film that is as rich and diverse as possible. One that puts forward the idea that brought us all together in a unique and unforgettable way. Once we have sorted through the submissions, we’ll have an editor cut the whole thing together into a single film. Then we’ll add music and release our first official film.
We want to get started as soon as possible. Please email files or links to Vimeo or YouTube to email@example.com. We’re also setting up some project management tools to help us keep track of everything, so we’ll update you on those as soon as we can.
If you have any questions, you can ask them below. I’ll update this post as more information comes along.