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Friday, April 9, 2010

Squirt! Episode 7 – Dates - post author Don

Yet another in the web series Squirt!Dates by Tyler Higgins (Higgonaitor) Dan and Lisa enjoy a work-date. Rufus and Sue enjoy a picnic. Sean and Momo enjoy a kidnapping.
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Squirt! 107 Dates
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Not familiar with Squirt!? Get caught up in the whole series here. – Don

Thursday, April 8, 2010

The Lost Boys: The Beginning script - post author Don

The Lost Boys - Image from joblo.comThanks to Splatter Boy for the heads up on the script The Lost Boys: The Beginning.

Joblo’s Arrow in the Head snagged a script exclusive. The undated, unspecified draft (first draft, maybe) was written by Eric Red based on a story by Eric Red and Joel Schumacher. Joel Schumacher was the director of the original The Lost Boys.

According to Arrow, the script is set in San Francisco at the turn of the century and followed a vampire that hooks up with the five kids who were to become The Lost Boys.

Skip on over to Arrow in the Head and read the writeup of the script and the script (pdf format). – Don

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

070705 filmed - post author Don

Congratulations to Stephen Brown. His short, 070705 (pdf format) has been filmed by Adan Morell of Morell Films as 031911.

7th July 2005. London. A love story unfolds.

According to Stephen, “There were a few changes made [from the final script], based mainly on the comments from the script thread…” Check out the script thread to see some of the evolution of the script.

Shout-outs and such onthe film itself can be made on the Discussion Board. – Don

Saturday, April 3, 2010

SimplyScripts Radio – The Good Friday edition - post author Don

Mike Shelton hosts the SimplyScripts Radio – Good Friday Edition

Rated PG-13 for language, being late, the word ‘three’ and excessive talk of commas.

The SimplyScripts Radio panel of host Mike Shelton, Pia and Michael Cornetto talk with Writer and Script Consultant John Winston Rainey about screenwriting, characters, punctuation and Batman.

Check out John’s blog and website Rainey Script Consulting.

SimplyScripts Radio is produced by Michael Cornetto and hosted by Mike Shelton.

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Interested in joining the panel? Send an email to radiosimply (at)

iTunes users can subscribe to the SimplyScripts feed and have the show automatically downloaded to your iPod. – Don

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Movie Poet – February winners - post author Don announces the winners of the February 2010 short script competition. “Ace, Baby, Honey, Jack, & Spike”. Writers had to use one of these words in your Title, another as a Location, another as a Character, another in Dialogue, and lastly, another in the Action.

“Ace of Spades” by Matias Caruso ~ First Place
A croupier makes a bet with Death herself in order to save his lover’s life.

“My Last Ace” by JeanPierre Chapoteau ~ Second Place
A boy evaluates his own existence in a post apocalyptic world while he attempts to hold on to his friends and morality.

“Aces and Eights” by Scott Merrow ~ Third Place
During the Great Depression, with prohibition still the law of the land, “Honey” Baer and his dim-witted friend Jack try to make some money operating a still in Honey’s basement. Their enterprise seems to be working fine…until Jack finds a baseball.

Each month, Movie Poet runs a free online five page screenplay contest. On the first of each month a new contest is announced. During that month, you can enter your script. During the next month, you can read, vote, and comment on all the entries. Finally, during the third month, the results are announced.

Head on over to Movie Poet and give it a go. – Don

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