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RichardPeters
Posted: March 17th, 2011, 4:31am Report to Moderator
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just wonder has anyone on here got their work optioned or better?
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Quoted from RichardPeters
just wonder has anyone on here got their work optioned or better?


Is that your way of asking if you should take any of us seriously?


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Posted: March 17th, 2011, 3:29pm Report to Moderator
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just wonder has anyone on here got their work optioned or better?

Phil Clarke (Dogglebe) has optioned a script.  Also Bo Randsell optioned a low budget horror flick.  He also wrote this script;http://www.simplyscripts.net/c.....;--  Great script.


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Yes I have had worked optioned. And I imagine many other people who use this site have too. But even those who haven’t still know what they’re talking about.

And what people have told you so far on here is right. listen to the criticism. start the script again.
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Noting everything that has been said already, have you tried working on short scripts before you delve into lengthier ones?

I think that it is very easy to be overly pedantic about the formatting, but it's also forgiveable where there is a good story. Having a good story is the key to every script, and everything else comes in on top of that. I wasn't too sure what the objective was early on in the script, it appeared to meander somewhat. Accepting that you wanted to concentrate on the dialogue, I do think that the dialogue requires some work - it could be clearer, and it could be used better to move the story forward.
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