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Nomad
Posted: November 1st, 2012, 4:03pm Report to Moderator
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I placed in the top 5 for the 72 Script Fest and the production team that chose my script ended up winning first place in the 72 Film Fest.  Here's a link to the script and film:

http://db.tt/Of1gw6wg

http://vimeo.com/51886793

I hope you enjoy.

Jordan


Read my scripts here:
SOCIAL EXPERIMENT 8pg-Drama
THE BRIDGE 8pg-Horror
SCHEISSE 6pg-Horror/Comedy
MADE FOR EACH OTHER-FILMED

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Breanne Mattson
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Congrats Jordan!

Cute story! Good job.


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danbotha
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I love this, Jordan! That start bit with the extra load bit had me close to hysterics. So good

Dan


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Reef Dreamer
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Hey Jordan,

I enjoyed that a lot. Nice work of a simple premise.

Well done.


My scripts  HERE

The Elevator Belonging To Alice - Semi Final Bluecat, Runner Up Nashville
Inner Journey - Page Awards Finalist - Bluecat semi final
Grieving Spell - winner - London Film Awards.  Third - Honolulu
Ultimate Weapon - Fresh Voices - second place
IMDb link... http://www.imdb.com/name/nm7062725/?ref_=tt_ov_wr
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Congrats, Jordan.

Have to say that I enjoyed that - good stuff.
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Electric Dreamer
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Endearing and simple for the win!
Though the car wash could use a convincing lead in.
Congrats, Jordan.

Regards,
E.D.


LATEST NEWS

CineVita Films
is producing a short based on my new feature!

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Thanks everyone.  I have to say that the whole experience was great.  

Having to create a story in 72 hours, and not knowing what the criteria were going to be, was a great test of my abilities.

The director called me to go over some of the changes he had in mind which was also a great experience.  I highly recommend this competition.

Jordan


Read my scripts here:
SOCIAL EXPERIMENT 8pg-Drama
THE BRIDGE 8pg-Horror
SCHEISSE 6pg-Horror/Comedy
MADE FOR EACH OTHER-FILMED
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OMG I loved this Great job


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Dustin
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Just watched this. Nice work. Very enjoyable. I actually wanted more but it works well the way it is.
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Nomad
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Thanks for digging this up, Dustin.

Unfortunately the Script Fest part of the 72 Film Fest wasn't done this year.  

A lot of the filmmakers voted to do something else because they felt confined by using someone else's script.

Oh well.  It was still nice to see my words come to life.

Jordan


Read my scripts here:
SOCIAL EXPERIMENT 8pg-Drama
THE BRIDGE 8pg-Horror
SCHEISSE 6pg-Horror/Comedy
MADE FOR EACH OTHER-FILMED
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Dustin
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Quoted from Nomad
...confined by using someone else's script.


Wtf? Confined by somebody else's script. Are they script writers? You wrote for free and they had the benefit of your expertise. How are they in any way confined by a writer's script that they can change at will anyway?

Ridiculous.

Well, I hope it fails and they come back with the tails between their legs asking for real script writers again. Trouble is... they think it's easy. Until they actually get stuck in of course. I have to admit it pisses me off a little bit when people assume writing a script is easy.

I don't really write shorts any more anyway. I don't see the point in them. I'd rather write a radio play than a short. I'll be producing one of my own shorts next year then hopefully move into making features.

I know you're thinking in the same area, and from reading your work, you've definitely got something to offer, IMO.
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Hey Jordan -

Just took a look at this. Really cute - congratulations!!  
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