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January 31, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page a couple of comedies. Check out a first revised draft of the ever popular Office Space. Compare and contrast the first draft with the transcript of the final movie. You can also read an early draft of Groundhog's Day. They are both on the Movie Scripts page.
Hey! Read a Play! Jeff wrote a one act, two character play, Lessons. Read it on the Playspage.
January 30, 2004 - Green Wasabi and The Dailyscript bring us, in honor of The Superbowl, Any Given Sunday. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.
Also, let's welcome SoulSlaying.com to the 'net. It is the new home of Buffy The Vampire: Season 8 a virtual continuation of the hit TV series.
January 29, 2004 - Photoplays brings us this 1914 Silent Movie The Spitfire. "At the age of 90, this is now the oldest script for a feature length film on the Internet. The author, later an important producer at Paramount, is the father of screenwriter Budd Schulberg who wrote "On the Waterfront" and "A Face in the Crowd," among other things." - Thanks to M for that information.
On the Unproduced Script Page we have two from Chris, The Fire in the Dark and his take on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Robert brings out his pilot episode of Ambassador Service.
January 28, 2004 - Thanks to David and Script-Fix.com for the heads up on Cold Mountain, the script to the Oscar nominated movie. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.
January 27, 2004 - The Oscar Nominations have come out.
January 27, 2004 - On the Movie Script Page, you can read a draft of the script to Donnie Brasco thanks to All Movie Scripts.
January 26, 2004 - On the Unproduced Script Page Joe has an updated version of Touched, Justin has an updated version of I Will Always Know What You Did Last Summer, Brandon is back with the first of his new series Sanctify and Darren has his take on Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8
January 22, 2004 - Happy Year of the Monkey. On the Unproduced Scripts Page MG has his Sci Fi piece, Classical Earth.
January 21, 2004 - A midweek Unproduced Scripts update. R.E. brings out his first episode of his series New Dawn, Goose has Death Scene, Stan is back with Three in the Water, J.S. is back, too with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Legend. Larry brings us his drama The Royal Oaks and Joseph has his take on Batman 5 with The Demon's Head.
January 20, 2004 - Meet a new friend and fellow ShowBiz Expo sponsor, InternetVideoMag and learn how to shoot, edit, create and post your own Internet productions or watch some weird and twisted videos.
Thanks to Angelle for the heads up on transcripts of One Tree Hill. You can check them out on the TV Scripts and Transcripts Page
January 18, 2004 - Hey, check out the Movie Scripts page and read a draft of Gothika. Thanks to Green Wasabi and The Daily Script.
January 18, 2004 - First, a quick Announcement. The Announcement Page has been updated. Read about the ShowBiz Expo which will be held in New York City from March 3rd to March 6th this year. Also, the FEMALE EYE FILM FESTIVAL deadline to submit your work is coming up: February 13th, 2004. And, www.aTalentScout.com TV Contest deadline for entries is February 29, 2004.
Now, let us turn our attention to the Unproduced Page. Here we have ten scripts up. We have from Alan four scripts including Moments and PS.... From Katrina we have her updated and revised script The Coming and Kelvin has updated and revised his script Kinship and Verne has updated his script Joey and the Little Blue Bike. Peter has submitted Business Dinner, Mike has sumbitted Immortal Enemies and lastly, Sascha has submitted his Die Kurzweil Situation (You'll need to brush up on your German if you want to read Sascha's script)
January 16, 2004 - Working on an update of unproduced scripts. In the meantime, everyone, please meet my new friend RopeOfSilicon.com a very nicely laid out site of entertainment news, views and reviews (isn't that neat, it rhymes). So, RopeOfSilicon.com this is everyone.
January 15, 2004 - Thanks to the mysterious M for the heads up on three scripts and two transcripts from Wyllis Cooper's fantasy anthology series, Quiet, Please!. Find out more on the Radio Scripts and Transcripts Page.
Update to the Resources for Writer's Page - How to Write a Photoplay.
January 14, 2004 - Leitner comes up with two more excellent transcripts/translations that are featured on the Movie Scripts and Transcripts Page with Last Year at Marienbad
transcribed and translated into English and Carnival of Souls transcribed for your reading pleasure.
Also, a new feature Most Popular Scripts highlighting some of the more popular scripts on the 'net.
(P.S. Go see Big Fish).
January 13, 2004 - (Updated!) Hey you Leprechaun fans! Connie's Warwick Davis Fan Page has the shooting script to Lebrechaun. And, thanks to Leitner for the heads up on The Getaway a Sam Peckinpah movie. Check them out on the Movie Scripts and Transcripts Page.
January 12, 2004 - The Screenwriting Magazine finally has a final name - Voice Over - The Free Screenwriting Magazine.
January 11, 2004 - (Updated!) Big thanks to Green Wasabi and The Daily Script for this shooting script of Red Planet. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.
There is a flood of stuff on the Unproduced Page. Just to highlight a few of the seventeen scripts on the Unproduced Page, if you enjoyed reading The Da Vinci Code, you might enjoy some of Lise Elenor's work like Magdalen's Reprieve. Author Matthew Liddell has brought out his pilot episode of Balance of Souls for our review. R.E. Freak has his take on Biohazard. There are several short scripts for those of you with short attention spans... And, there is Samuel's Immortal, Max's Rainy Days, Russell's Extras to name a few. Go take a look!
January 10, 2004 - Good Morning! - Looks like All Movie Scripts has an edgy cop drama Bad Lieutenant for our reading pleasure. If it has Harvey Keitel in it, you can be pretty sure this is going to be one edgy flick. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page. Please be warned, however, this is one edgy script. Very edgy.
This is the only update for today. I've been kidnapped by the Mutant Reviewers From Hell. (Don't you hate when that happens?)
January 9, 2004 - Thanks to Rivka for the heads up on this excellent transcript of The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King courtesy of The Council of Elrond. Check it out on the Movie Scripts and Transcripts Page.
January 8, 2004 - (Later that evening). Two more on the Movie Scripts and Transcripts page, thanks to Marie for the heads up on this silent film script of The Sidewalk of New York found on PhotoPlays. And, yet another early draft of Pirates of the Caribbean. Thanks to The Movie Page.
January 8, 2004 - Point of order. Shelly, the Editor-in-Chief of Scr(i)pt Magazine was extraordinarily polite in her message to Henrik and me pointing out that Scr(i)pt Magazine is found at http://www.scriptmag.com and that there was great potential for confusion between the two. I, personally, feel extraordinary embarrassed because, I actually have a subscription to Scr(i)pt Magazine and because I never took the time to pop 'ScriptMag' into google to see if anyone else was using it. So, you can imagine how much of an idiot I feel right now. (Come back next week for the launch of my new bookselling website. I'm trying to think of a name for it. Hmm. "Amazon" has a nice ring to it...)
Hey, Marie rockets to us information on an excellent transcript of Five Minutes from the Station which you can read on Kingrr's Home Page. This movie starred Sylvia Sidney (she looks so dreamy in the picture that I borrowed from Denny Jackson's Sylvia Sidney Website). Please, check out the excellent transcript on The Movie Scripts (and transcripts) Page.
January 7, 2004 - Please note, Simplyscript's "ScriptMag" has had a name change. The new (temporary) name is voiceover until Henrik can come up with a new name. We inadvertently were infringing upon the name of Scr(i)pt Magazine found at http://www.scriptmag.com. Our apologies for any confusion this may have caused. The Screenwriting Magazine put out by Simplyscripts.com is in no way connected to ScriptMag.com
January 7, 2004 - On the Unproduced Scripts Page we have Freak's The Devil's Dance and Chad's Spooked. Both Horror scripts. Matt kicks off his virtual series The Chronicals of Shakira. Alison has her take on Scream 4. Colin has Elvin Rangers, Joe has Touched and Andrew has Weeping Under a Tree. Also, we have a new episode of On Our Own to check out.
January 6, 2004 - Check out the Announcements Page for info on the FeFF call for script submissions.
Thanks to Elliot for the heads up on a couple of transcripts of the Rugrats spin off All Grown Up. Check them out on the TV scripts and transcripts page.
January 5, 2004 - Marie strikes again! Thanks for the heads up on this lost two-reeler of the 1914 Fogg's Millions on Photoplays. Pity that we can't see this. Norma Talmadge, the star, later goes on to become one of the biggest stars of the silent era. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.
January 4, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts and Transcripts Page we have an excellent script-like transcript of the 1933 Oscar winning movie One Way Passage. Thanks to Kingrr's Home Page and Marie for the heads up.
January 3, 2004 - Cleaned up the Links Section of the site. What a mess. Tossed in some new links that I thought were of interest.
On the Unproduced Scripts Page we have eleven news scripts hot off the presses. There is a little bit of something there for everyone.
Also, for those of you who are keen on Douglas Adams' books like Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency or The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul, please do take a look at Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next series of books - The Eyre Affair and Lost in a Good Book. You can also check out the Thursday Next web site. I got these two books over Christmas from the world's best independent bookseller The Whistlestop Bookshop in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, USA.
January 2, 2004 - Good Afternoon - On the Movie Scripts Page you can read a draft of Chance written, directed, produced and starring Amber Benson. Thanks to ChanceMovie.com and "Zardoz" for the heads up.
January 2, 2004 - Good Morning! Happy New Year! Just got back home last night, unloaded the car and spent the evening curled up on the couch with the fat kid and watched Spirited Away. This morning I did a little hunting around and found a transcript of Spirited Away and you can find it on the Anime Page. If you are keen on art and anime, check out the Featured Links on the Anime Page.
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