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eldave1
Posted: February 17th, 2019, 8:00pm Report to Moderator
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'Grats, Wazza!

Very pleased a fellow Aussie took out top honours.

P.S. Kham, yep, gotcha! Got Sandra and Warren too.
Did not pick a lot of others.

Ah dear, my kingdom for a mug continues...


Next OWC theme.

- Must be based in a country bordering the Indian Ocean.

- Involve a pie and a movie.



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I also want to throw out special to congrats to both Mark (Irish) and those that gave his script a high score.

It's great to see that a wild, goofy script that wasn't technically well written meant  enough and stayed with the readers.  You guys know I judge heavily on how well or how poorly a script is written...and I'm pretty sure I hammered this one for the writing, but...it stayed with me, and I actually knew it would, as it was very funny and the tone just worked very well. I "scored" this script with three 4's and one 1, out of a 5 possible.  If the writing was better, this would have been a top 2 or 3 for me, easily.

So, thanks to all who saw that.  It makes me think about being so anal about the techs, but hey, that's me, I guess.



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Congrats Warren. Nice script.

And well done to everyone involved. Tough little challenge.

So.... When's the next one?


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Sorry I completely missed all of this. Congratulations to the winners and all who entered & commented.


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Well done Warren on getting writers choice. And to those with top rated scripts.

And well done for everyone who took part, especially those who took the time to read and review.

For my first OWC, I feel like I was thrown in the deep end with the volume of scripts I had to read (Not easy with a pregnant fiance, a toddler, full time job and studying). But I really enjoyed it, and in no way would I have written this script without the challenge - so thanks for organizing it  

Warren - I'm still annoyed at you for ending Small Town Cops so suddenly lol That was the script I was enjoying the most. You can probably tell from my review that I was genuinely gutted it ended that way - Great writing though.



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Warren - I'm still annoyed at you for ending Small Town Cops so suddenly lol That was the script I was enjoying the most. You can probably tell from my review that I was genuinely gutted it ended that way - Great writing though.



Thanks.

And yes I will definitely finish it properly. I had fun with the characters and have a pretty good idea where I wanted it to go.

Congrats on your first OWC



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Congratulations, Warren! You have a natural feel for story telling that can't be taught. I see many scripts produced in your future. You naturally write what producer want.

Thanks all for taking part in this OWC!

Thank you to those who read, but didn't enter. That is always great!  

Looks like a few newbies took part. I don't recognize the names. Fewer multi entry writers than I expected. That's usually what happens when there are this many entries.

Traditionally, the next OWC would be in April, but as always, it's up to Don. Don't forget, if you have an idea for an OWC, you are always welcome to approach Don about running one yourself. He's also very open minded about trying new things, so don't feel it will have to stick to the old format.






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Great job everyone who entered and read, especially Warren. Sorry that I wasn't able to get one in, but I'm trying to read entries as I get time.


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Traditionally, the next OWC would be in April, but as always, it's up to Don. Don't forget, if you have an idea for an OWC, you are always welcome to approach Don about running one yourself. He's also very open minded about trying new things, so don't feel it will have to stick to the old format.



April? Sounds like time for a Sophie the Gelded Space Stallion OWC...

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Congrats Warren. There's always one script that seems to stand head and shoulders above the rest and Crazy In Love was that one for me. It was funny, very well written. had some charm, hit the parameters, and was above all, very well written.


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BEST REVIEW EFFORT BY A NEWBIE - Matthew Taylor - yeoman's work there. Good job, mate.



Just noticed this. Thanks, Dave woohoo an award lol

I doubt anything I said was that useful, but I tried. I must admit, I did suffer from readers fatigue with some of them.

Do the scores for the remaining scripts get released?


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Just noticed this. Thanks, Dave woohoo an award lol

I doubt anything I said was that useful, but I tried. I must admit, I did suffer from readers fatigue with some of them.

Do the scores for the remaining scripts get released?


Well deserved!

No, the other scores don't get released. Maybe you can PM Don for yours


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Congrats Warren for coming out on top!

I'm also happy the Perfect Pair got recognised too.


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And my own personal awards in other categories (these are the ones that are shown during the commercial break).

BEST TITLE: Crimes of Fashion.

BEST DQ'D SCRIPT: 6PM

BEST REVIEW EFFORT BY A NEWBIE - Matthew Taylor - yeoman's work there. Good job, mate.

MOST OVER-USED REVIEW TERMS - "wrylie". This was a major upset as I expected orphan to take this category down easily.

MOST PREDICTABLE WRITER OF A SCRIPT - tie between me and Jeff.

BEST SCRIPT SITE: As always - Simply Scripts. 10th consecutive win!

With your permission Dave, I'll add an additional category:

BEST LAW ENFORCER - Libby for editing the hell outta' everyone who trespassed the limits of the good etiquette.


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With your permission Dave, I'll add an additional category:

BEST LAW ENFORCER - Libby for editing the hell outta' everyone who trespassed the limits of the good etiquette.


Agree 100%. Good call! We'll call it "achievement of excellence in moderation "


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Agree 100%. Good call! We'll call it "achievement of excellence in moderation "

Sounds great!


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