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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    One Week Challenge    April 2016 OWC  ›  April 2016 Who Wrote What and Writers' Choice Moderators: Mr. Blonde
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Don
Posted: May 18th, 2016, 3:56pm Report to Moderator
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So, what are you writing?

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Writers' Choice - Clear favorite

Johnny Come Lately by Vin Conzo (Conz) writing as I could tell you, but I'd have to kill you… hurt you really bad. - Short, Comedy - The only thing stopping a low level Hero from helping his fellow man is his arch-nemesis, punctuality. 6 pages - pdf, format

Runner ups

Mother Nature's Joke by Cameron Gray (Cammygray1983) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy, Super Hero Movie - An Iraq war veteran with PTSD reveals more than his psychiatrist was expecting. 6 pages - pdf, format

SuperMick by Glenn Doyle (IamGlenn) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - A film crew travel to a small town in Ireland to unravel the truth behind local unpopular superhero, SuperMick.  6 pages - pdf, format

The Rest (in no particular order)
Altered Egos by David Lambertson (eldave1) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - The fragile alter egos of Superheroes are challenged by a new arrival to their group. 6 pages - pdf, format

Fat Guy by Jordan Evans (sidetrack) writing as Koolacooho Mafessiin - Short, Comedy - Fat Guy shows off how cool his superhero power is. 3 pages - pdf, format

Heroes' Asylum by Thorsten Loos (Equinox) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy… I guess… - Just an unintentional pisser about a disgruntled superhero. 6 pages - pdf, format

Captain PC by Richard Russell (richardr) writing as T. Warning - Short, Comedy - Four people trying to answer a PC question are visited by Captain PC who never makes a mistake. 6 pages - pdf, format

The Exposer by Vladislav Bogicevic (Vlade-B) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy, Sci Fi - The struggles of a young couple make them question just how hard it is to differ between a hero and a villain. 6 pages - pdf, format

Animal Magic by Anthony Cawood writing as Johnny Morris - Short, Comedy - He can talk to the animals, walk with the animals, get them to do his bidding even... but can his power help him get laid? 6 pages - pdf, format

Swag by Hank of W writing as Hank of W - Short, Comedy - {no logline} 6 pages - pdf, format

Pillock of Society by Chris Beadnell (cbead) writing as Preston Thyme - Short, Comedy - They are crusaders of the time- space continuum, re-aligning moments of time for the betterment of humanity. Well, that was the plan anyway.  6 pages - pdf, format

FM by Will Ball (albinopenguin) writing as Stan Lee - Short, Black Comedy - A freak accident gives young Oliver a super power...or did it? 6 pages - pdf, format

Erection Man by Bill Sarre (Reef Dreamer) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy, Short, Sketch - Depressed and unappreciated, Erection Man meets up with a branding specialist to give his image a much needed lift. 6 pages - pdf, format

Nigel Cheats Death by Joe Fraser (Blakkwolfe) writing as Some Human Type Person - Short, Comedy - An alien encounter brings unexpected consequences for Nigel and his wife. 6 pages - pdf, format

Supachav, innit by Dustin Bowcott writing as Jaunty Angle - Short, Comedy - An ignorant chav doles out his own brand of justice. 6 pages - pdf, format

Vigilante by Andrew Lightfoot writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - A serum has been developed which removes the power of superheroes, can Vigilante make do without his? 6 pages - pdf, format

The Talk by Eric Wall (EWall433) writing as A Clever Pseudonym - Short, Comedy - A young girl learns she has fantastic things in store for her. Fantastic, icky things. 6 pages - pdf, format

Hand Jobs Are Easy by Gary Rademan (grademan) writing as 0 - Short, Light Yet Mature Comedy - A gang of supers help Madame Mayor save her city from Nymphites. 4 pages - pdf, format

Flying High Again by Ryan Lee (Ryan1) writing as Obadiah Stane - Short, Comedy - When a frustrated sidekick decides he can't take his arrogant superhero boss anymore, he resorts to desperate measures to get out of their one-sided relationship. 6 pages - pdf, format

Simply Super by Steve McDonell (stevie) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - Newbie writers threaten the Simply Scripts bastion with their methods. Is there a hero out there to stop them? Well...possibly lol. 6 pages pdf - pdf, format

Local Hero by Mark Renshaw writing as Peashooter Parker - Short, Comedy - A teenager discovers he's from a long line of superheroes with quite unusual powers and a famous arch nemesis. 6 pages - pdf, format

Munchies by James McClung writing as David Stonenberg aka The Baron of Bud - Short, Comedy - Super hunger demands a super snack. 4 pages - pdf, format

The Seamstress by Jordan Littleton (Nomad) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - When one superhero hangs up his boots, another must fill them.  But this can never happen without the approval of...THE SEAMSTRESS! 6 pages - pdf, format

Monsanto Man by Wes Chick (Wes) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - Kirk is exposed to chemicals and radiation at a Monsanto plant giving him powers to cause plants to grow extremely fast. But can he escape from the Monsanto people before they harness him for their own greedy purposes?  6 pages - pdf, format

The Symbol by Steven Clark writing as Snatch McHappy - Short, Comedy - When a crime occurs, there's only one man who can sniff that shit out... And induce justice of orgasmic proportions. 6 pages - pdf, format

The Drug Games: Catching Fire by Alex Brauck (PrussianMosby) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - When bum "Beverages B" is chosen as tribute for the annual Drug Games, only his whiskey-shooting coat can help him deal with the volunteering Cocaine Kid and other deadly hipsters.  6 pages - pdf, format

Making the Perfect Hero by Dan Campisi (Dan C) writing as Sarah Michelle Killer - Short, Comedy - After a Jinn gives a geeky person powers, he learns it's hard to have powers.  Very hard and at times, inappropriate. 6 pages - pdf, format

Googleman by Tim Ratcliffe (Trojan) writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - To cut down on budget costs of superhero movies, a studio creates a star with real life superhuman abilities. 6 pages - pdf, format

A Wasp In A Nursing Home by Gary Kohatsu (Abe From LA) writing as Eileen Over - Short, Comedy - Elder abuse and a lousy meal plan run rampant in a country nursing home, until the arrival of a mythical masked wrestler, known as The RED WASP. 6 pages - pdf, format

Not Today, Gucci by Dexter B writing as 0 - Short, Comedy - Super heroes, Aussies, Walmarts and eyeless crocodiles -- this is the story of the Doctor. 6 pages - pdf, format

Holding Out For by R.E. McManus (rendevous) writing as Teddy Beer - Short, Comedy - Cometh the hour... Forgot the next bit. Carl is at a bus stop. A young lady arrives. Then her boyfriend. He's a bit tense. To say the least. So tense you could camp overnight in him. Carl does what he has to do. 7 pages - pdf, format

Inkspot by Darren J Seeley (DarrenJAmesSeeley) writing as Lucas Larkin - Short, Comedy - Using a dimensional portal,An army of super-villains puts a real world city under siege. A comic book artist finds a way to stop them - by becoming a rather unexpected superhero himself. 8 pages - pdf, format

Super Singles by Mark Moore (Irish Eyes) writing as Stan Lee (a different Stan Lee) - Short, Comedy - For one night only,  Professor X seeks to spread hero-mance between the greatest, the not-so-great, and the unheard of.  7 pages - pdf, format




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Conz
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wow.  that's really cool.  thanks for your votes guys.


I'd list my "work" here, but I don't know how to hyperlink.  

"Career" Highlights
-I have a single credit on my IMDB page.  
-One time a fairly prominent producer e-mailed me back.  
-I have almost made $1000 with my writing!
-I've won 2 mugs... and a thong.  (polaroids of me in thong available for $10 through PM)

@vc_wg - because I crave attention
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James McClung
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LOL. Few surprises there.


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AnthonyCawood
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Congrats to Vin, Cameron and Glenn... and to everyone for taking part!

(and to Don/Sean for running it)


Anthony Cawood - Award winning screenwriter
Available Short screenplays - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/short-scripts
Available Feature screenplays - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/feature-film-scripts/
Screenwriting articles - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/articles
IMDB Link - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6495672/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
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Cam Gray
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Seriously?? Wow, cheers ladies and gents for the votes, means a lot for a first timer.

Congrats Vin, also thanks to all the mods for setting it up. Great wee challenge this, definitely going for it again.


23 Mu Mu’s in an ice cream van...
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I'll definitely take that. A lot of great scripts this time around. Privileged to be a runner up. First time placing too. Thanks, everyone. Congrats Cameron and Vin.


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eldave1
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Congrats Vin, Cameron and Glenn - well done. All solid efforts,


My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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James McClung
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Where are my manners? Congrats, Vin, Cameron and Glen. To everyone else, for keeping things interesting... well done. This was a weird one.


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StevenClark
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Congrats to the winners! And everyone else! It's always a blast reading these challenge scripts. Enjoy your crappy mugs.

And thanks Don and Sean for tolerating us!


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Great job everyone! There was a lot of solid writing. And a tip of the hat to the winners. I'm sad I joined the site too late to enter, I'll be in on the next one for sure.


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wow.  that's really cool.  thanks for your votes guys.


I hope you choke on it, mate. You didn't read a single entry as far as I can tell. Probably too busy... but not too busy to check in to see if you won or not, eh.


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Congrats to all who entered! And this challenge was a hoot - obviously, 34 entries and a lot of good stuff.

MY THANKS TO DON AND SEAN for running it.
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That was a fun challenge and the scripts were a real joy to read. Congratulations to the much deserved top three and well done to all those who entered, there would have been quite a few on my consider list for sure.


For more of my scripts, stories, produced movies and the ocassional blog, check out my new website. CLICK
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cbead
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A shout out to Don. It would appear he is doing it tough at the moment given this on the Submit Your Scripts section:

"Hi.

Due to a personal emergency, script submissions are closed until May 30th 2016. Apologies

- Don"

Hope all is going OK. I am a relative newbie here but really appreciate this fantastic site and the opportunity it affords to writers all over the world. And selfishly, the opportunities it has afforded me over the past six months.

My thoughts are with you, mate.


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I'll second that. Whatever's going on, good luck Don.


23 Mu Mu’s in an ice cream van...
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