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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Press 1 for… by Anthony Cawood – produced - post author Don

Press 1 for… (2 page thriller in pdf format) by Anthony Cawood

A lonely telephone centre operator takes a call from a customer who is closer than she imagines.

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Monday, June 17, 2019

Lady Justice by David González produceds - post author Don

Lady Justice (10 page in pdf format ) by David González (Philostrate)

The life of a crooked Mexican police officer is turned upside down when a woman walks into the police station with an old gun she found.

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About the writer: David González (Philostrate) is an amateur screenwriter from Spain with three shorts optioned. His scripts have placed in various competitions, including the Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship, the Zed Fest Film
Festival and the Crimson Screen Horror Film Fest. He can be reached at davidgonzalezpn “AT”

About Hyper Epics: Home of the 3 page sagas, Hyper Epics is a bold anthology series that offers diverse and exciting comic book stories on its website – – and in print form. Each original story is packed with stunning artwork, memorable characters, and captivating stories enhanced with dazzling soundtracks. It is quickly becoming a go-to destination for readers worldwide.

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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Script Shop show podcast – Philia by Nick Westfall - post author Don

Script Sho ShowI am a regular (as of April) Patreon supporter of the Script Shop Show. I am one of six supporters of the show. Nick and Allison shouted out to all six of their patrons.

They most importantly talk about this short script Philia by Nick Westfall.

Bartholomew Chester comes to terms with his own insanity through an intense self-interrogation.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

A Generous Donation by Warren Duncan filmed as “Memories” - post author Don

A Generous Donation (pdf format) by Warren Duncan has been filmed as Memories

A homeless man receives a beautiful gift.

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Thursday, June 6, 2019

Script Shop show podcast – Girl Goes Out by Natalie C Hulla - post author Don

Script Sho ShowI am a regular (as of April) Patreon supporter of the Script Shop Show. I am one of four supporters of the show. But no shouting this week. They are at four patrons! Be the fifth!

They most importantly talk about this short script Girl Goes Out by Natalie C Hulla.

A young woman whose night out devolves into facing off with a Kardashian-esque girl squad, keeping her best friend’s image-obsessed sanity in tact, and dodging an overly touchy musician.

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Sunday, June 2, 2019

Original Script Sunday - post author Don

Over on the Original Scripts page are twenty five original scripts for your reading pleasure.

Note: script submissions are closed temporarily until the Writers’ Tournament concludes.


Thursday, May 30, 2019

Script Shop Show podcast – Museum Madness by Joseph Dutra - post author Don

Script Sho ShowI am a regular (as of April) Patreon supporter of the Script Shop Show. I am one of four supporters of the show. And, I got my shout out last week… for my lame Twitter account. Heidi got another shout out. Cheryl got one. And I got one! Apparently I’m mysterious. “Boose, your Dad is pretty cool.”

They most importantly talk about this short script Museum Madness by Joseph Dutra.

A night security guard at an art museum discovers something sinister in the works.

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Last Nerd – Short Script Review (Available for Production!) - post author David M Troop

The Last Nerd (7 pages in pdf format) by Brett Martin

A storyteller performs an epic adventure for kids.

Which films would you consider timeless? The Wizard of OzCasablancaCitizen Kane, and Gone With The Wind are surely worthy of that name. While such tales may be wildly diverse, classic movies share one enduring trait: the ability to find new audiences and fans – generation after adoring generation – for practically one hundred years.

Let’s take that concept even further. What film might be remembered far into the future? Will it still be Citizen Kane? Or another celluloid classic: a story that’s more than timeless. One that’s legendary, in fact.

Written by veteran screenwriter Brett Martin, The Last Nerd opens in a makeshift theatre full of anxious children – awaiting a show by master storyteller “Patton”.

As the curtain opens, Patton and his trusty dog (yes, you read that right. Patton’s co-actor is a dog) take to the stage to perform an epic saga that’s been passed down for eons… Ear to ear. Word by word.

And when Patton opens HIS mouth, the crucial teaser is revealed. He recites the opening lines from a film we’re intimately familiar with. But the children in THIS audience are hearing it for the very first time.

The film in question? Star Wars!

Yep, the heroic derring do of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Leia – acted out scene by scene by Patton, his trusty dog R2-K9, some crude action figures, and a few eager volunteers from the audience. The tension mounts inevitably – until the Rebels reign victorious. And every child in the theater cheers! Because for a few precious hours, Patton’s weaved together a magical story that allows a rag-tag group of children to escape their reality – and travel back a long time ago. To a galaxy far, far away.

But eventually, even the best adventures must end. After the Death Star dissipates in a brilliant blossom of fire and space dust, Patton packs up his wares and ventures off towards his next show. After all, not every child on Earth has heard the saga of the Jedi. And Patton vows he’ll never rest – until the Force is with them all.

A script with more twists than a Death Star corridor, The Last Nerd requires a director who possesses good rapport with child actors and has experience in the theatre. The part of Patton himself? A role any scenery chewing, spotlight stealing theatre actor would love to add to their resume.

Of course, it wouldn’t hurt if Star Wars is your favorite film.

Either way, make sure you give this one a read. Because whatever Director pulls this homage off will have audiences howling in their seats!

Budget: Moderate. A make-shift theatre and some talented child actors. Doggie treats for R2-K9.

About the Author: Brett Martin is an unrepped screenwriter and freelance reader living in Los Angeles. He sold an action/thriller to Quixotic Productions, which is owned by Brett Stimely (WatchmenTransformers 3). Destiny Pictures recently hired Brett to develop an inspirational sports drama. CineVita Films is currently in pre-production on a proof of concept teaser for Brett’s new contained thriller, which is a modern take on a classic public domain fairy tale. Contact him on LinkedIn

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This screenplay may not be used or reproduced for any purpose including educational purposes without the expressed written permission of the author.

About the Guest Reviewer:  David M Troop resumed writing in 2011 after a twenty-five year hiatus. Since then, he has written about 50 short scripts, two of which have been produced.   Dave would like to make it three. He is a regular, award-winning contributor to Born on the mean streets of Reading, PA, Dave now resides in Schuylkill Haven with his wife Jodi and their two lazy dogs Max and Mattie. He can be reached at dtroop506 “AT”

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Original Script Sunday for May 26th! - post author Don

Over on the Original Scripts page are eighteen original, unproduced scripts for your reading pleasure.


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