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    Nathan JonesTongue Tied, 2011 ScriptFest & Analysis
    We’re going into production on “Tongue Tied” in less than a month. We already have a distribution offer on the table. Just wanted to say thanks ...

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    Jerry terHorstTerry Putlett: Super Janitor!, 2011 ScriptFest
    You guys were so helpful with commercial agencies, that I ended up signing with the wonderful Joan Messinger at Pinnacle. ‘Seriously Jerry? You got a commercial ...

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    Brian MonizRussian Cross, 2012 ScriptFest
    Just wanted to drop a quick message saying thanks for throwing this contest. Ever since I registered I’ve had access to dozens of great screenplays. I ...

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    David EbeltoftYou Were Once Called Queen City, 2008 ScriptFest Winner
    I truly enjoyed the experience Screenplay Fest had to offer. It provided exposure to a fostering community of fellow writers and film fans that added fuel ...

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    Samantha GrantAngel’s Redencion, 2012 ScriptFest
    Someone from Sicily wants to fund “Angel’s Redencion” if my director will shoot in Sicily! They got the script off of the SPF (ScreenplayFest) site! I ...

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    Frank VespeHer New Girlfriend, 2012 ScriptFest
    My stories are listed on a few other sites, but NONE are as insightful, helpful as ScreenplayFest, especially with comments and criticism about every aspect of ...

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    Through Maria’s Eyes

    Through Maria’s Eyes

    Gizella, a poor young Jewish woman, takes on the identity of Maria, a Christian, to save her family and herself fro...

    Black Bubble

    Black Bubble

    This is the story of Sean Boyle, a thirty-year-old unemployed journalist with a hidden past as an adolescent writer...

    Lookin’ Up

    Lookin’ Up

    A mild-mannered, law abiding citizen decides to murder his family in order to become a media celebrity.

    Going Ways

    Going Ways

    Six friends get together for a good time. One of them is the son of a CEO who invited a multifaceted, multipurpose ...

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    Unexpected Guests

    Unexpected Guests

    An immature animator discovers real responsibility when he promises his dying friend he’ll raise his three children...

    Blissfully Unmarried

    Blissfully Unmarried

    Down and out divorcee win a million dollars and his conniving ex-wife will stop at nothing to get her hands on the ...

    Jury of Peers, Separate & Equal

    Jury of Peers, Separate &...

    2025 The US Justice Dept. convinced by a group of sociologist  to circumvent disparities with minority trials &...

    Number 1 With A Bullet

    Number 1 With A Bullet

    After being on the verge of signing a multi-million dollar record deal, the September 11 attacks force Al Kyder and...

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    FROM THE BLOG

    If You Can’t See The Movie Poster, Don’t Write the Script

    If You Can’t See The Movie Poster, Don’t Write the Script

    So you have a great idea for a screenplay. You have the whole idea in your head. You have a protagonist and an antagonist. You have a title! You’ll get around to writing the logline tomorrow. Okay – can you visualize the movie poster? Can you conjure images that you can put on paper? If you can, do it. Draw the poster, create the poster... Read On

    Scripts

    Scripts

    Take a look at my scripts, The peace line, West country revenge and Pacificus. Please rate. My new logline Tesla is up, please view and rate. Thanks Email: lee.a.oconnor@gmail.com Read On

    Watch “Broken Road” in Philadelphia — A Philly FringeArts.com Play

    Watch “Broken Road” in Philadelphia — A Philly FringeArts.com Play

    Broken Road Joanne McBride A story of ultimate forgiveness, Broken Road explores what it means to be a child—the pressure of loyalty and onus to love. Choreographer Joanne McBride uses her own experiences to create this beautifully constructed movement-based narrative. Sadness must move toward acceptance. The question is: what moves us there? 70 mi... Read On

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