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Reid Barwick

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Quarterfinalist NYC International Screenwriting Competition, Spring 2020: Cheechako


Reviewer Rating:
Scripts: 27
Reviews: 8

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X Men: Purification television
Genre: Action/Adventure
Logline: A few veteran X Men must manage the most dangerous and bizarre mutants, through a religious war the likes of which they have never seen.
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Edna Leaves Christmas feature
Genre: Drama,Romance
Logline: The pandemic continues as Life Training coach Anthem Hayes self-quarantine herself in a Maine coastal town for something she’s never had: A White Christmas. Life steps in when Anthem and her assistant Tonya arrive in Maine to stay in Edna’s Cabin, owned by reclusive artisan Jacob Calder.
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Rapture of Elle Divine - Trinity E3 television
Genre: Drama,Action/Adventure
Logline: Elle Divine puts the three archangels in motion as the Black Angel syndicate gets push back from their Asian supplier of legal drugs. Latina Congressman Garcia doesn’t realize she’s recruited an archangel for her post-election ambition.
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Rapture of Elle Divine - Trinity E3 television
Genre: Drama,Action/Adventure
Logline: Elle Divine puts the three archangels in motion as the Black Angel syndicate gets push back from their Asian supplier of legal drugs. Latina Congressman Garcia doesn’t realize she’s recruited an archangel for her post-election ambition.
Erez
I wonder why none of your scripts have been reviewed Reid? maybe it's because your a jerk
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Gotham television
Genre: Crime,Drama
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In the context of an episode for TV series this script has elements of potential. There are many structural and format issues that would need to be addressed. It is assumed that the script reader knows all about the Batman genre and spinoffs. If you don't know the genre it is difficult to identify the dynamics of the characters of influence. The writer has a lot of their own understanding of the genre and his thoughts of what the characters motivation or thinking without it being transferred as a visual concept to the reading audience. As a television script there is no listing of characters, nor their profile. The writer assume we know this. Other than the character of Irina, there is no character descriptions throughout this script. In scene set up there are no information as to period of day. In others they are insufficient to understand. Case in point: EXT. STREETS OF GOTHAM. Actually is the warehouse scene of the original heist. There is under utilization of the "Action" category to set up the scene, character set-ups, omission of introducing new characters at the beginning to the middle of a scene. They just appear. There are a lot of cliches from other cop shows. Lot's of them. The writer does attempt to make us empathize with henchman Joe and his girlfriend, Irina. This has some potential if this relationship would carry on through a few more episode. The writer did have a potential for an interesting episode, but needs to inject the series main characters a lot earlier in some manner. A small investment in ProWriting software will help clear up a lot of their editing issues: punctuation, word choice, more succinct sentence structure.

Keith
Appreciate ya talking the time to read it. Take a sec, to read the summary if you get the chance. Good to know a younger me had a potential.
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Gotham television
Genre: Crime,Drama
Logline: The infamous city goes through a tumultuous night as both cops and criminals intertwine with one another.
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Erez
It's supposed to be more of a Daniel Craig movie, and I own all the movies, including the unofficial movies... I must know what I'm talking about, as I watched them most of the time!! and the 3 M characters are the Male M from old Bond, then there is Mallory... then the last M is the dead M from skyfall.. and bond does ask questions... Money Penny calls him James a lot in the Craig movies... Watch all the movies again, and the clown is a Spectre goon at the beginning of the script. I use CeltX and it is easier... Maybe you should use it!!! Seriously...
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Oliver
I gathered you were trying to make him like the Craig bond but I just couldn't see Craig when reading your script. The clown thing is irrelevant, it has no impact to the story, if him killing the clown was to ignite something further in the script then fair enough, but it doesn't. I personally use celtx, my comment on that is use the software you find easier.
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Erez
I am using the software easier for me A.K.A. CeltX... how do you know it doesn't? there are loads of times when a james bond movie starts with a kill and then goes to intro credits and then has little to do with the movie. how do you know I might not make a sequel or prequel about it??? then it will make sense... who are you to say what's irrelevant and what isn't? you didn't have to be a completely obnoxious jerk. look I know that you are trying to be a dumb critic, but don't be a hated dumb critic who always gives very low ratings and bad reviews (highest percentage is 40%) you need to growup... your scripts are probably worse !!! I'll check on your reviews.. oh wait no reviews!!! get out of town!! learn to be a decent person, not just a tabloid critic!!!!
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Erez
Plus who are you Oliver?
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Michael
Wait, are you the same dude who chased my actor friend Kevin off this site by claiming he was pretending to be a famous actor lol? Holy shit, you got a long way to go, kid. I read your one short script and you're CLEARLY a beginner. You're not a good writer at this point. Just because you're a Bond fanboy doesn't mean that you understand the craft of screenwriting and storytelling -- a craft many of us bust our asses to improve at. I've been doing this for a long time and I can spot a novice from a mile away. You give it away even more by not being able to take honest criticism -- it'd be one thing if he didn't take the time to read your script and just skimmed through it, but he did and gave you constructive feedback. Nobody's getting paid to read your shit, they're taking time out of their fucking day to read it. If you can't handle honest criticism, you don't have what it takes to even pursue a shot at screenwriting. Work on your fucking craft, become a better writer. Take the criticism with a grain of salt. If I were a producer roaming this site (and, yes, producers do roam sites like these looking for talent), I wouldn't even accept a submission from you based on your childlike, defensive responses -- word gets around quick, especially on the internet. Even if you improved dramatically, people still might make it a point to blacklist you. Hit the books, read some scripts and learn how to fucking write. If you think some of these free reviews are mean, I DARE you to pay for coverage and see what a professional says about your work. Good luck.
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Oliver
Mate I gotta clap for this response, I couldn't have said it any better.
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Michael
I work for another screenwriting site, trying to help out younger writers by reviewing their short scripts in hopes of drawing attention to producers and filmmakers, give them a little nudge. I get it, we all gotta start somewhere. But I CAN'T stand it when people waste their time complaining about feedback rather than using it to improve their craft -- whether it's writing, acting, directing, stand-up comedy, whatever. I love sites like these, it's a great way for writers of all experience levels to work out material. But people like this ruin it for everybody. I've been telling other writer friends with various levels of success about this site. And one of them, a writer/actor/filmmaker friend I met at Austin Film Festival when my movie screened there, was chased off the site by this kid. Just because my friend had an IMDB, this idiot thought he was pretending to be a "celebrity" and kept harassing him. So my friend just assumed EVERY writer on this site was like this and bailed, removing his scripts.
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Erez
you said it yourself you wouldn't finish it, then you go and tell people that you read it??? seriously man, you deserved to get kicked off!!! you are a fraud and they wouldn't have kicked you off if I was wrong!!!
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Michael
What in the fuck are you babbling about? You're an idiot, plain and simple. I reviewed one of your scripts and was very nice about it. You got a little defensive when I said you were a beginner -- you CLEARLY are. But after seeing this little thread, I put two and two together -- you're the moron who chased my friend Kevin off here. He sent me screenshots of your messages, you fucking weirdo. Kevin requested to have his scripts removed and account deleted. I've been sending writers to the site because of how cool it is and how cool and communicative the moderators are, but then there are inexperienced know-it-alls like you who chase them away. Learn how to fucking write and take criticism. And build some fucking self-awareness. If you think I'm a fraud, email me, google me, I'm all over the fucking internet. You can find my email on the title of my scripts.
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Erez
If he was right, why would he have deleted his account? unless other writers said the same thing or if scriptmother hadn't deleted him??? you tell me to take things with a grain of salt, why couldn't he???
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Michael
You weren't the one reading his script -- he took the time out to read yours. Kevin's a good dude, I met him in Austin when my movie screened there at an after party. He had a short film screening at a film festival 15 minutes outside of NYC but couldn't make it, so he gave me his pass and had me represent his film -- open bar, free food, etc. I reviewed one of his short scripts for another website to see if I could help get producers interested. Just many other dedicated writers who actually take the time out to work on their craft, he sends me some of his work and I'll send him some of mine, just to give each other notes. First off, he didn't delete his account -- you CAN'T delete an account. And if YOU are still on this site, it must be nearly impossible to get kicked off. But he complained about you and requested to have his scripts removed -- meanwhile, he was participating A LOT on here and reviewing a lot of scripts with the same honesty he reviewed one of yours. He actually has industry experience and actually optioned and produced a short script on a website I work for, giving an unknown writer with no credits their first IMDB credit. If anyone needs to grow up, it's you. You have no self-awareness, have no idea how the industry works -- you think a guy who has short film credits is a "celebrity" for some reason. Who in the fuck would pretend to be a guy who had minor roles in indie films and directed a few low budget short films? I must be Steven fucking Spielberg compared to that dude, if we're going by your logic. He wasn't deleted, he never had any disagreements with any other writers in the 6 years I've known the guy and, going by mutual people we know in the industry, he's also known to be a pleasure to work FOR and WITH. You're the only one on here who harasses other writers, spamming the shit out of them with private messages, calling them frauds. You have no couth, no respect and you certainly haven't earned the right to dismiss honest criticism as fraudulent, especially with the quality of your work and the lack of work ethic made apparent in the quality of your work -- you haven't even tried to improve. You much prefer to harass other "mean" people who hurt your wittle feewings, people who take the time out of their day to read the work of someone who hasn't put nearly as much time into improving their craft. Grow the fuck up and, again, LEARN HOW TO WRITE A SCRIPT if you're tired of getting bashed. Learn the basics of storytelling. Learn how to structure a script. Learn how to FORMAT. Forget scriptwriting, you don't take the time to apply proper grammar -- like punctuation. If anyone's a fraud, it's you for pretending to be an experienced writer. Stop pretending and actually put in the God damn work that other experienced writers have put in.
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Erez
as I said, he didn't read the whole script!!! he's not honest, i have given more honest reviews, without being a complete ass!!! If you think he's a good guy, you really don't know him well!! there are people who would impersonate someone like that!! any way to get fame, even by impersonation happens all the time!!! I didn't ask for Oliver's input on a comment towards Reid!!! all you guys like to start trouble because you all are children who can't help yourselves from butting into other peoples business!! moron!!
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Michael
I've known the guy for six years, dumb ass, you know him from a bad review that hurt your poor little feelings. How would you know him better than me lol? I thought your writing was bad because of lack of effort, no effort to improve. But I'm starting to think it's because you're not very smart. And writing's not for pussies, either, so I'd try to find a way to develop thicker skin instead of HARASSING other writers and calling them frauds. Trust me, keep it up, you're definitely gonna make a name for yourself. And not in a good way. Also, Reid didn't ask for your comments towards him, nor did my friend Kevin -- Kevin didn't ask you to harass him like some fucking weird psycho. You little baby. Maybe you should take some time off the websites and actually put time into being a better writer instead of crying like a baby and harassing people because someone didn't recognize your self-proclaimed brilliance.
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Oliver
What's this other site you're talking about called? I've been looking around and I keep finding places charging like $100 for feedback, I know it's professional but got no money at the moment so Free things like this is all I can do for now. I did 3 years at University studying Film production and script and I can tell ya they don't hold back but it has definitely made me learn new shit and I even proved that to myself by getting a better grade during my final year, but I feel their critiques were still tame, I can sense professional ones will fucking rip it to shreds XD I've only been signed into this for a week and this geezer's script was the first one I reviewed and already I'm hating this website because of him, i don't blame him for yeeting off this website when you have this type of toxicity in it
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Erez
you're review was toxic and I wasn't talking to you (being toxic) until you butted into my business with Bar!! never mentioned your name in the comment!!!
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Michael
Well, I'd recommend giving Scriptmother a 2nd chance. It really is a great site for workshopping material, I wouldn't let dipshits like this one soil the experience for you. I've been using FREE sites like these since the mid 2000's and there's always one or two like this dude. Zoetrope was one I used, but that site's pretty dead at this point. Triggerstreet was great (Scriptmother uses a similar template), but that one died out, too. Not to take away from Scriptmother, but Simply Scripts has been around since the early 2000's and has remained free. My first feature film, "The Suicide Theory" was found on that site and I actually optioned and sold several other features and shorts, many of those shorts being produced (you can find them on Youtube and Vimeo). It's a really nice community and is pretty much troll free. You're not obligated to read people's scripts and there's no assignments -- but if you want your script read, you should probably get involved on the boards there and read other scripts or looking for other writers who'd like to reciprocate. I've received great notes on there, as I have here on SM. The site has had several features and shorts produced and I know for a fact that several producers, agents, managers and directors (some of them pretty big) roam that site. Several of the short scripts I've reviewed for the site's front page were picked up, often in the same day they were posted. The site also offers weekly challenges -- I sold a short I wrote from one of those challenges and they start filming in Kenya very soon. It's a real fun community, but you get as much feedback as you give, pretty much. Though you submit scripts through the home page, the "unproduced screenplay discussion board" is where all the action is. Highly recommended. But, again, I still recommend Script Mother -- my comedy short "Reverse Psychology", which was a script of the month last month here on SM, was just sold to a company in Vegas and they start shooting on August 8th. And they want to keep working with me -- so it just goes to show that it's helpful to be on multiple sites. And not just for FREE exposure, but for FREE notes and reads, which are often just as helpful as the notes you pay for -- and many of the writers offering feedback have had multiple features produced and love to help people who put in the time to help others.
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Erez
I'm not the troll, he butted into a comment I sent to someone else and then started crying and tearing me apart for telling him that I wasn't talking to him and that the world doesn't revolve around him like he thinks!! I never mentioned his name in the comment towards Bar!!! and then he starts swearing at me!!! that's grown up??? rriiiggghhhtttt
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Oliver
Fucking hell you've gotten a few scripts made then, that's awesome, how long have you been writing? (I would private message you to take it off this thread but for some reason it won't redirect me to your page). I think I'll give that Simply Scripts a go, I mean at this point I've left uni like a month ago and now I'm released in the big world but the uni didn't really give you much opportunity, it's all 'do it yourself' type thing, so I've been researching everywhere for places to sign up to, so that I can get feedback first before I go ahead and think BIG. I do have a few short ideas that I still need to write but I've been so focused on my TV Pilot that I haven't given it the light of day. But I feel that challenge thing would be intriguing to me and it would give me a sense of being at uni, having a deadline to submit a particular type of work and that itself would motivate me to write
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Erez
you went to University, but failed in reading, you haven't told me why you don't think that the world revolves around you!! you didn't comment on the fact that you're the one who started swearing!!! plus you use friends to fight your battles
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Michael
I don't know Oliver, but always like networking with writers who truly enjoy the art of screenwriting. I'm here "butting in" because of your treatment towards my friend, Kevin, which you're confirming here. And I'm sure you've had several run-ins with other writers here.
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Michael
I owe a lot to Simpy Scripts -- I've been writing since 2001, but didn't really get decent until like 2008. SS helped me get better. Some of the reviews can be a little harsh at times, but that's why, unlike Erez, it's good to take what you think is helpful and thank the person for taking out the time -- they're only trying to help. I had one feature produced from that site (The Suicide Theory, 79% on Rotten Tomatoes), which I think was the first from the site to get an actual theater release -- and had several other options and sales -- none of them produced yet, but I'll take the money. But I was hired to write a feature off the strength of that film, which finished filming and is being sent to film fests and distribution companies, should be out by 2021. And I have two more features in development, one of them the same director and prod. company that did my last feature. I've also had seven shorts produced from SS -- and also sold several shorts that were never even made, some of them found on the site like 10 years after I wrote them. Especially being out of work since this whole COVID thing began, I've had no choice but to land writing gigs to survive and, luckilly, I have. And SS has helped in that way. They do have monthly 1 week challenges usually, though right now they're in the middle of a 5 week writer's tournament. It definitely feels like college a bit, giving you deadlines to meet. They're pretty fun, though. Though the next challenge probably won't be for another month or so. But yeah, give it a shot, my screen name there is spesh2k. I participate there fairly regularly and help out with spotlighting short scripts with reviews for the front page. The moderators, veterans and the newbies are all pretty cool.
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Erez
still not answering my questions, meaning you guys are just old men in your parents home who troll and have to give everyone else bad reviews
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Michael
I have several films produced dipshit and I live in my own apartment in NYC, the South Bronx to be exact. And I actually pay my rent by writing. And I probably could've helped you out, which I tried doing when I reviewed your "script". But you're pretty awful, all around. I'm guessing your either still in high school or just out of high school. And I'm guessing you're a loner with no friends who gets bullied mercilessly -- so you sit at home, watching Bond movies over and over again by yourself. And you sit alone in a dark room in your own little delusional world where you're this brilliant writer and everybody else is stupid for not recognizing your brilliance. Your parents coddled you and told you were great even if you weren't, which explains your paper thin skin. And what questions are you asking? If you wrote coherently, maybe I'd be able to recognize the questions you may have.
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Erez
my question towards oliver of why he thinks the world revolves around him so he thinks he can comment on anything he wants without backlash!! as I keep saying I never mentioned him in my comment towards Bar, so he shouldn't have commented back!!!
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Michael
Well, "Bar" didn't ask for your snide reply. You came off as an immense dick. That's how I knew you were the guy who fucked w/ my friend, Kevin. And Oliver's response wasn't in the least bit malicious or even close to harsh. He actually took out the time to read your almost-unreadable script without getting awarded karma points for it! I only reviewed your one script because it was only 3 pages long and the issues were easily identifiable. I tried checking this one out -- I couldn't make it past your first scene heading. You should be thanking him.
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Oliver
I've loved writing throughout my life, loved English in school only for the 'write your own story' assessments, but screenwriting I've been doing for 7 years but this was through my education because when I started college I was a newbie and I wrote scripts like Erez here, but now I do feel I have improved in my craft, but even you can admit you can always do better, nothing is perfect. Just watched the trailer for that Suicide Theory, I really like the concept of it, where can I find the full version? What's the film called that is being released in 2021? I will keep an eye out for it Yeah COVID really has fucked shit up for everyone at the moment, I am trying to take the free time I have right now to write and get feedback for it, that's my main worry right now I feel going straight into 'will you film my script?' will lead to no reply or a guy telling me i'm shit, so rather get feedback first THEN be told i'm shit XD Yeah I just went onto the site and saw it's in the middle of a challenge so I'll just wait, I had to message the admin to get accepted into the group so just waiting to see if I get approved, but when I do I will look out for you.
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Erez
you should butt out next time, unless someone actually goes to your page and comments on a review you wrote or if they mention you at all, which I did neither!!!!
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Oliver
take a day off lad no one cares anymore
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Erez
go to hell
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Michael
You'll get approved, man. I'm a bit busy at the moment with projects, but if you have any shorts you need some feedback on, you can always email me. Not sure if they're accepting submissions right now -- they do that when there's monthly challenges and tournaments sometimes. But if I dig it, I can always highlight for you on the front page of the SS website. I had a pretty good run of three scripts in a row that I reviewed being picked up recently. And even if it needs work, I can provide you with notes -- take what you think is helpful. And when you can submit it, you can get some more notes, give it a polishing and I'll give it a front page review for you. But, especially with COVID, filmmakers and producers are mostly looking for low budget stuff, minimal location and cast that they can film with social distancing rules in effect. Just a heads up. Yeah, writing can always be improved. Even produced stuff, I see things I wish I could've changed. I've even done rewrites during the middle of shooting. And The Suicide Theory can be found on Amazon Prime (it used to be on Netflix but we only had a 3-year deal), Itunes, Mubi, Google Play, Youtube Rental, Vudu, etc. We won awards at Austin Film Festival and other festivals, got a limited theatrical release and overall it got pretty good reviews, though the Rotten Tomatoes audience score is lower than the critic score (69% to 79%). My 2nd feature is called "Rage" -- I didn't pick the title lol, I know there's other films w/ the same title. But it turned out better than my 1st film. You can see the trailer here (I'm sure there'll be a better trailer once it finds distro) https://vimeo.com/412571497?fbclid=IwAR2hLNoO7bfuI6T315LWF7zlADJBmU5n-arw_Zw-m5swgXXwWQCDdEIGilA
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Oliver
What is your email? Or will it be on Simply Scripts? Mate if you can do that then i'd be forever in your debt, again I haven't even started on any of my short film ideas, but when I do I'll give you an email. I haven't actually heard anything about how filming will work suring COVID so knowing that is very helpful thank you. Oh sick good job I have Prime then, I have seen a lot of indie films on Amazon Prime, looks like they are really appreciating low budget films and putting it on their library, you love to see it. Yeah I had a little gander at your IMDb page and saw Rage was on there, I saw a short you did They Never Left is getting a feature film
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Michael
Sent you a PM.
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Oliver
huh, I haven't received anything from my end?
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Oliver
if ya can, go onto my twitter which is linked on my profile and PM me there, I know i'll definitely receive the message on there
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Michael
shit, think I messaged the wrong person. spesh2k at msn dot com
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Michael
Simply Scripts also has a "writing opportunities" thread, too. But it mostly has listings you can find on Stage 32, Mandy, etc. Sometimes, there's filmmakers looking for specific kinds of shorts to film, etc, that you could reply to.
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James Bond 007-Long Love Lost short
Genre: Action/Adventure,Mystery/Suspense,Drama
Logline: Bond has a wild adventure ahead of him with his arch nemesis Blofeld.
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Cheechako - The Pilot television
Genre: Drama,Action/Adventure
Logline: Nurse Paula Porter should be happy. Good husband. Her son is soon to graduating. At 35, that’s it? She wants an adventure and discovers finds the new state of Alaska is offering free land to homesteaders. She and events around her husband are about to disrupt their acceptable lives.logline
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Miss Direction (Pilot) television
Genre: Mystery/Suspense,Romance,Drama
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This script does not read as if you were the audience. It does not possess the format needed for a television pilot. It is a cross between a novel and script in which it is the writer's thoughts are not transferred into either information about the character which would be shared with each scene's set-up, or location information. I professional reader for a movie would not waste their time after the first page. Adelaide has a relationship with the primary fictional character in the Moore mysteries, but it isn't clear how this is being made know or to be understood visually, or audio to the audiene. If a television script: Have all you characters lists on the first page with information about them. Capitalization of descriptions: i.e. BROWN EYES, BENTLEY, MUFFLED VOICE, BLONDE WOMAN, DRESSES. Character show up in dialog without being introduced in preceding action information: Mr. Matthew. Some actions are unexplainable: Buy hot dogs from a street vendor. Go to different scene. Then eat the hot dog in a bar. It is not clear why bookstore owner is a bigger celebrity that the faux Deana Moore at the book signing. if some speaks French in the dialog, it should be written in French and English translation in parenthesis. Description - "Crowded. Tacky. Who picked this place?" ANSWER – the writer did. Character thinks it. Audience doesn’t know that’s what she thinking. There's a lot of this in this script. Overused phrases: rabbit hole Last: Where is the publisher of the Deanna Moore in all this? Why aren't they stepping in right after Adelaide's public coming out as their author? Clearly the author and publisher are very popular and both have made money from the mystery series.

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