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Don
Posted: May 21st, 2010, 7:57pm Report to Moderator
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So, what are you writing?

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Here the writers are revealed.  Shortly I will update the individual posts with the writer's names.



The Contest by Andrew Ruch - Short, Drama - One contestent finds he might lose more then his apetite after entering a eating contest. - pdf, format

Mythos by Cameron Mitchell (Cam17) - Short, Drama - In the year 2047, the space station Mythos orbits two hundred miles above the earth.  The two astronauts on board receive the horrifying news that an unstoppable virus is ravaging the planet.  They must confront the possibility that they may be the last two humans left alive. - pdf, format

(H)eat of Wartime by Diogo Figueira (Fdiogo) - Short, Drama - Among the survivals of a war, one man must overcome his food philosophies in order to save a seven year old vegan girl. - pdf, format

Living the Lie by George Willson (tubkas) - Short, Drama - A man reels from the discovery of a wife's long hidden secret. - pdf, format

Farm Girl by George Willson (tubkas) - Short, Drama - A daughter deals with her father's chastisement by shooting her food. - pdf, format

City of Carnivores by Herman Chow (coding) - Short, Drama - A teenager attempts to save a vegan from being capture in the City of Carnivores. - pdf, format

In the Grip of Winter by James McClung - Short, Drama - Two brothers lost in the woods must do the unthinkable to survive. - pdf, format

Peacemaker by James McClung - Short, Drama - A vegan and a carnivore find common ground. - pdf, format

Wolves at the Door by Jeff Bush (dreamscale) - Short, Drama - The epic tale is finally told...who is the carnivore? Who is the vegen, and who is the wolf? - pdf, format

No Meat by Jeff Bush (dreamscale) - Short, Drama - Ronald and Katherine are carnivores.  Abigail is a vegan.  What does a backyard BBQ have to do with an eggplant?  - doc, format

Of Cannibals and Cabins by Jeff Bush (dreamscale) - Short, Drama - Ian and Dr. Smith try an convince a carnivore to come over to the light of the vegans. - doc, format

In The Flesh by Jordan Wiebe (theboywhocouldfly) - Short, Drama - A man and a woman have a discussion about their dietary differences and things go from bad to worse to eww. - pdf, format


A Dog eats Dog World by Michel J. Duthin (michel) - Short, Drama - A priest tries to convince a young man to stop eating a dog… - pdf, format

Dumb Animals by Philip Whitcroft - Short, Drama - A corporate representative conflicts with the farmer and makes some disturbing discoveries when she inspects a distinctive farm. - pdf, format

Dinner Serves by R.E. McManus (rendevous) - Short, Drama - Dogglebe decided two people eat. I created them. Hope you enjoy their dinner. - html, format

Red Vs Green by Ramiz Sinanaj - Short, Drama - no logline - pdf, format

A Few Moments of Your Time by Ryan Lee (ryan1) - Short, Drama - A census taker knocks on a man's door.  What follows is an unexpected battle of wits. - pdf, format

Takes Two by Shawn Davis (ledbetter) - Short, Drama - A weekend planned, a couple in love, a trip turned bad. What are the lines between cow and carrot and at what point do they really matter?  - pdf, format

Warren's Choice by Simon Colligan (SiColl007) - Short, Drama - A vegan and and a carnivore argue over their dietary philosophies... - pdf, format

The Butcher's Daughter by Stephen Brown (stebrown) - Short, Drama - A butcher's daughter falls in love with a vegan. - pdf, format

Food For Thought by Steve McDonell (stevie) - Short, Drama - A native tribe comes to grips with social upheaval - pdf, format

Bleeding Green by T. Joe Fraser (Blakkwolfe) - Short, Drama - High School student Heather Kent becomes part of the "IN" crowd, but at a very dangerous price. - pdf, format

Chinese Take Out by T. Joe Fraser (Blakkwolfe) - Short, Drama - Looking for a good time? A Vegas call girl meets up with a cannibalistic john, or so he thinks. - pdf, format

The Lambshank Redemption by Tim Ratcliffe (trojan) - Short, Drama - With a vegeterian diet unwillingly thrust upon him, a convicted felon is inspired to bust out of prison and seek freedom. - pdf, format

Food For Thought by Will Goodwin - Short, Drama - Two older men, one a vegan and the other a carnivore, argue over which dietary plan is superior. But no matter the preference of diet, the end result is all the same. - pdf, format

Vegan Fiction by Zeke Obreogn (Erobreg) - Short, Drama - A man discusses his decision to change from carnivore to vegan. - pdf, format

Taste Buddies by Fiona McLaren - Short, Drama - no logline - pdf, format



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Like I said, My two faves, Mythos by Cameron, and Dumb Animals by Phil-ip Whitcroft.

Is this guy for real or is it Phil's alter ego?


Edti: I see now. Pwhitcroft on the boards. Good work, I shall call you phil jr. if you don't mind. Good job commenting too.


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Whoa, 6 authors submitted multiple entries. Good work guys.

But really, I think we should limit 2 entries (or maybe even 1) per author. The quality of the second script really suffers even if the first one is brilliant.


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- Sci-Fi, Action, Thriller (114 pages) - In a world where memories can be erased by request, a Memory Erasing Specialist desperately searches for the culprit when his wife becomes a target for erasure -- with his former colleagues hot on his trail.
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Actually, I'm Phil Jr.

We should limit entries to one per person...especially when it comes to non-SS members.


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Actually, I'm Phil Jr.


Welp, that just went out the window. He probably wouldn't like it anyways.

Good work to all who entered. I couldn't even fathom a script. Pisstake or not.



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Huh...some surprises here for sure.

One surprise is that a bunch of these authors didn't seem to read or comment on a single script. What's up with that?

Congrats all you pissers!  So...how many of these were actually pissers?????


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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I was typing up a comment as Don locked the thread.

So this is to Phil's question.
Yes, it was the worst one ever IMO. I'm fine with one or maybe even two joke entries, but when they are near 50% out of 34 it' gets quite irritating. I promised to read them all and I did. Except for the Cabin one and that was on principle since it states clearly in the rules that Courier font is a must.

Your choice of assignment is also to blame for the boring reads. Sure, no one has to write a script that takes place in a restaurant or some other dinner situation, but that's what we ended up with. Serious and non serious scripts alike ended up being talking heads type scripts. It got very tiresome near the end and I felt bad for not being able to write better reviews for those who deserved it, but I was really tired of this by the time I reached the end.

There were some good scripts in this one. The one that stood out for me was Dumb Animals. Great work there Cam.

As for my own, PETA, I wanted to write something that didn't scream "me" and I think I succeeded. Except for Rick. I'm curious what gave me away.  

Greg, didn't write anything, nor did Sandra and some other readers. I want to thank you all for reading through these. That's really great of you. And to those of you who entered and didn't read any in return....fuck you! If you guys don't read anything by Sunday I will delete my comments on your scripts.


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I'm glad I couldn't bring myself to comment on No Meat, Of Canniblah and Cabins, and Wolves At the Door. Wasting time like that...
There were many serious entries and there were many great entries - that means that the theme was not that hard. Or bad.

So many thought that the joke entries were entertaining? I didn't find them entertaining.
The Lambshank Redemption was entertaining. And a real entry!
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"There were some good scripts in this one. The one that stood out for me was Dumb Animals. Great work there Cam."

Thanks.  Wish I wrote it.

Good job Whitcroft on that one.  And Pia, I do agree with your assessment of this OWC.  


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   Sorry....

Yeah, great work there Whithcroft...  


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On behalf of my defense, Redskin, Ill and A Dangerous Job, were not intended to be pi**takes, although I did kinda say screw the theme and just try to write interesting stories.   And yes, I wrote them all in one week, which accounts for the typos and what-not.  

My personal favorites: (not necessarily in this order)

The Butcher's Daughter
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Mythos
Bleeding Green
A Few Moments of Your Time
Dumb Animals
PETA
Lambshank Redemption

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My first time at the OWC and enjoyed it very much -- there was an unexpected feeling of freedom, writing "on demand" and not just  waiting for inspiration / looking at a blank page all day and night.  Congratulations to all who participated and great thanks to SS.

Great thanks to all who read my three scripts (Crudites, Better, I'm Hungry).  They were all serious efforts, intended to interest and entertain the reader.  
Your comments were much appreciated.

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I'm listed as Zadora....don't think that will earn me any extra reads...


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Forgot to ackowledge the ones that made me laugh...

Lambshank was a step above the rest. Good job Tim. I'll give Jeff credit for No meat. Lmao. Prolly cuz i was pissard drunk when i read it.

Maybe you were pissard drunk when he wrote it??

Pia?? Why does it read Zadora next to PETA??



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Pia Zadora.  I thought it was funny.


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