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tcampbell
Posted: January 19th, 2007, 1:45pm Report to Moderator
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I am an independent filmmaker with ten years of industry experience. I have spent much of my career as a 1st AD. I am set to make my directorial debut this summer on a very low budget indie. But in addition to writing my own material, I am also seeking screenplays from other writers as possible future projects for myself to direct. There is no money at this time. I am looking to develope projects with talented but unproduced writers. If a script is developed into a professional screenplay, I would then approach producers with access to financing.

I am looking for scripts in the noir/thriller/crime/horror genres that can be produced for less than a half million dollars.

Either post a title, genre and logline in this thread or a link to your script on this site. You can also post an email address in this thread requesting more info about me and my professional background.
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tcampbell,

Have a look at "Confessions". Below is the link.

http://www.simplyscripts.com/scripts/CONFESSIONS_II.pdf

Joseph


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Helio
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Hey TCampbell! The best place you have to go is:
http://www.simplyscripts.net/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-knowyou/m-1095531482/s-all/
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Newton's Cradle- When a supernatural killer breaks into a military facility and top secret files are stolen. The government goes after the only man documented to have this ability, Troy Kneddic. Troy, now on the run, goes through a whirl wind of lies and deception. He must even question his own sanity if he is to over come this obstacle to find the truth. But the truth is just the beginning.

http://www.okgamers.com/pdf/TKrevision3.pdf


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Could we have some more information - i.e a resume of films you've been involved in and possibly some contact information? You don't even give your name so that's already a red flag.

Not to deter you if you are sincere but you have to understand that there are request for scripts on a weekly basis.
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Martin
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Take a look at Open Your Mind. It's a noir(ish) sci-fi thriller that could be produced on a low budget.

The link's in my signature.
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Helio
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Hey T Campbell, impressive profile, man! Now you are ready to pick up one of my scripts! Ha-ha! Just a joke, dude!
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Both of these scripts are (Noir/Crime) companion pieces, but they can stand alone.

Loud and Nasty - Notorious gangster, Tucker Price, protects his dim wit brother, deals with his cheating girl friend and fends off a stranger looking for revenge.

http://www.simplyscripts.com/scripts/LoudandNasty.pdf

Down and Dirty - An aging criminal and his buddy search for the man who murdered their friend.

http://www.simplyscripts.com/scripts/DownandDirty.pdf


"You wanna go to jail or you wanna go home? -- Training Day

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Mayhem - Sci-Fi
Loud and Nasty - Action/Thriller
Down and Dirty (Sequel to L&N) - Action/Thriller
Fool's Gold - Western
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tcampbell
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Helio,

What'd ya got?

Ted
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Helio
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Okay , Ted, but I will warn you that all them are shorts and you can find them (just 15th)  here:

http://www.simplyscripts.com/cgi-bin/search.pl?search=Helio+J.+Corderio&method=exact

Pm me whether you want to talk about one of them, okay?
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tcampbell
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Helio,

I'm only looking for feature length scripts.

Thanks,

Ted
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dogglebe
Posted: March 25th, 2007, 7:21am Report to Moderator
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If you're still looking, I have A Druid's Guide to the Northeast which can be done on a relatively low budget.


Phil
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Helio
Posted: March 25th, 2007, 8:22am Report to Moderator
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Okay, Ted, no problem, dude. You can to be well served with lot of great feature scripts here in SS, bon appétit!
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I have a low-budget thriller called 'The False Road'.  It's had interest in the past from a couple independant filmmakers but nothing so far has come of it.  My new version is up now if you'd like to take a look.  

-Mike


"If at first, the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it." - Albert Einstein
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