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pwhitcroft
Posted: March 5th, 2011, 6:27pm Report to Moderator
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Congratulations and well done to everyone whoís actively participated in this challenge. Thanks to the organizers for doing a great job. Itís been a lot of fun as per usual.

Is this my acceptance speech...







No, it is not.

Iím incredibly flattered to be suggested as a possible author for Captive, but to find my entry you need to look among the non-vote getters.

Philip


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Quoted from leitskev
There was a request by a moderator in the middle of his announcement process that was a little unsettling. It kind of had the tone of a suggestion to pick one of the regulars. But I seriously doubt that influenced the process.


Oh, gosh.  I had no idea it would come off like that.

I did not mean it that way, but I can certainly see what you mean.

Producing a film is a thickly collaborative process, and my only point was that "all things being equal" between a few scripts, Rick might want access to the names so he could know who he might be working with down the road.

And even then it was just a suggestion.


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I look forward to the rewrite Wonka. I recall some good things in that story. Had some questions too, will be cool to see what you come up with. Send it to me if you want an early read.
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No harm, no foul Bert. I ran a forum for my bar, and have been involved with many forums. The moderators here do a fantastic job. Keep up the good work!
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Quoted from pwhitcroft
No, it is not.

I'm incredibly flattered to be suggested as a possible author for Captive, but to find my entry you need to look among the non-vote getters.


Hmmm.

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Ok I'm going to guess c m hall.  My first impression was that it wasn't her because it wasn't as out there (in a good way) as her stuff usually is.   However, the deer being partially eaten is sort of similar to her OWC entry with the goo.  So I think she is a possible candidate.
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Hmmm.


Well, counting out all the "deniers", those who have admitted to something else, those I already know, and those whom "it can't" be, the list is narrowed.

Then looking through those who participated in the reviewing, and taking a guy who generally dabbles in horror anyway, I will guess:  JC Shadow.


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Got little time now but I guess I have to report this "K(hamanananana)" to a mod. Possibly toMichael?
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Quoted from bert
Producing a film is a thickly collaborative process, and my only point was that "all things being equal" between a few scripts, Rick might want access to the names so he could know who he might be working with down the road.

I think yours is a definitely legit point and why it's popular to rail against cronyism in any position of responsibility.
Often leaders feel more comfortable picking a team from people they know or from references they trust rather than starting a floor to ceiling all out audition.
Don't even get me started on "statistical diversity in the workplace". Ugh.

People are strange.

Their work habits and abilities are huge variables.




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Hmmm, maybe it is old JCShadow...

Interesting...very interesting...


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Quoted from khamanna
Got little time now but I guess I have to report this "K(hamanananana)" to a mod. Possibly toMichael?


That is WHY I always call you K.
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Ok I'm going to guess c m hall.  My first impression was that it wasn't her because it wasn't as out there (in a good way) as her stuff usually is.   However, the deer being partially eaten is sort of similar to her OWC entry with the goo.  So I think she is a possible candidate.


I'll guess Cathy's was FRAME OF THE OPEN DOOR.



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So far we have

JCShadow and cm hall as possibles for Captive.
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What's being reported?  Has Buster been a dirty little boy again?


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When I first read Captive I thought it might be Keaton's, because I've read a good feature script of his that is in the same genre.


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