• You’ve written a screenplay. Typing The End on the last page of your 110 page script gives you a feeling of accomplishment. But let’s go back to the beginning of your script. Does it look professional? Or does i […]

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    In reply to: Frank-Fusco wrote a new post, Until Death Do Us Part A newly married, devoutly religious couple must confront their differing views toward sex and intimacy or else be torn apart. View

    More screenwriters need to understand the importance of good, legitimate feedback. It’s the same with loglines. LA Screenwriter has a really cool logline feedback. You send them your logline, pay $9.90 and within 5 days they send you an evaluation of the logline. They evaluate it and rate it! I am logline and dialog obsessed to the point where my…[Read more]

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    Hi Rutger: A big thank you for all your review, comments and suggestions. This story opened a whole new world for me – the short script. I usually write hundred page epics (LOL) but trying to capture a complete story in 34 pages is hard. I realize there is no “Hollywood” market for short scripts which is fine with me. I entered it in ScreenCraft’s…[Read more]

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    Hi Rutger: Thanks for the suggestions and catching some of my mistakes. And thanks for taking the time. Frank

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    In reply to: raydavenport wrote a new post, Plagues of Sorority Row Plagues of Sorority Row is about a rich college girl named Matilda Maserati Spencer tries to join and financially troubled sorority club – Delta Psi Theta […] View

    Ray: Let me be the first to say CONGRATS to you. I mentioned your passion – WOW. Well done!

    Frank

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    In reply to: admin wrote a new post, The First Days Of Spring A middle-aged man, Morris, discovers his wife has been cheating on him. He then finds himself in the wilderness with a very important decision to […] View

    What you need is something that Morris can talk to while he’s in the woods. He’s conflicted and undecided as to what he’ll do. What if he found a small bird with a broken wing and he placed it on a tree limb. You could have him talk to the bird about how he’s feeling and why. His traipsing through the woods is distracting. Morris makes the…[Read more]

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    In reply to: admin wrote a new post, Window A lone window stands between a man’s perception and his reality. View

    I agree with Olanjii’s review. He did an outstanding job of reviewing your script.

    Name all the characters.

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    In reply to: admin wrote a new post, Marry Me A guy is forced to date a girl after she gets him out of trouble. View

    This is a fun script. You’re heard from other reviewers about format and grammar. Don’t be discouraged and don’t give up on this story. It’s funny and unique.

    Give us a physical description of Sarah and Mr. Leo. Get creative – maybe Sarah is very overweight. This alone could explain her comments to Leo about going on a date. The poor woman is…[Read more]

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    In reply to: admin wrote a new post, Refraction A man wakes up in hotel to find his daughter attempting to kill him and his wife. View

    I agree with most of the comments from other reviewers. I would suggest the following: The last scene needs an add-on: …with one foot/shoe missing and two dead goldfish.

    You definitely need to name the parents and the child. This adds an intimacy that is missing.

    Short scripts are tough to write but, Winston, you did a great job.

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