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trucefilms
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Truce Films, a creative production company based in Melbourne, Australia, is calling out to writers across the globe as we search for developed and engaging - previously unproduced - short film scripts in an effort to increase our catalog of productions.

We have recently decided to up the ante and have made a commitment to ourselves to put more focus towards our creative work, and would like to begin that process by developing short stories. Please note than when we say short scripts, we actually mean it, and for the time being we are not looking for projects over 5-pages in length. Apologies for that, but it is a feasibility thing.

At Truce, we take great pride in our work and like to surround ourselves with not only a talented cast, but also crew and fellow creatives. We would hope that out of the few scripts we select, for each we can produce a product that will appeal to an international festival audience, as well as developing long lasting relationships along the way.

The films we will look kindly upon are not of a specific genre, we simply enjoy them all. What we do look for however are well developed characters and ideas, that are unique, and show the ability capture ones imagination.

Please download a script submission form from our website (http://www.trucefilms.com/TRUCE_ScriptSubmission.pdf) and post this along your screenplay to scripts@trucefilms.com

I look forward to reading your work!

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Is there anything of yours online that we can look at?


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You can check out the media gallery at our website http://www.trucefilms.com or view a few selected scenes from different productions at http://www.youtube.com/trucefilms, I think look for productions that have either "Darren" or "Nicky Two Tone" in the name, they are narratives. The rest might be documentary/corporate productions.
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Shelton
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The PDF file can't be edited to fill it out.


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"I think I did pretty well, considering I started out with nothing but a bunch of blank paper." - Steve Martin
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Quoted from trucefilms

At Truce, we take great pride in our work and like to surround ourselves with not only a talented cast, but also crew and fellow creatives.


It shows.  Your reel looks fantastic.  Count me in.


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The PDF file can't be edited to fill it out.


Print it out, fill it in by hand, take it to Kinkos and have it scanned.  
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Quoted from Shelton
The PDF file can't be edited to fill it out.


Just write your answers directly onto your computer screen. If they write back and tell you the form is blank, tell them the information is on there when you open it.


Breanne


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Quoted from Breanne Mattson


Just write your answers directly onto your computer screen. If they write back and tell you the form is blank, tell them the information is on there when you open it.


Breanne


I'd like to, but I've used all my available space writing All work and no play..

The settings look okay, but I dont think it's being recognized as a form.


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Shelton, my friend, what kind of problem is this? Let them read your short scripts whitout things like forms etc... You are Mike Shelton a produced screenwiter, aren't you
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