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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    One Week Challenge    October, 2019 One Week Challenge  ›  October 2019 OWC Results! Moderators: StevenClark
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LC
Posted: October 19th, 2019, 8:15pm Report to Moderator
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Warren, yep, it's downloadable on this final list.


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Quoted from LC
Warren, yep, it's downloadable on this final list.


Lol just read that too. Gruesome! He cometh alright
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Wow. Iím shocked. There were some real strong entries. I honestly thought Iíd finish around fourth.

Thanks for all the congratulatory messages.

Also, thanks to all the readers. I got some great notes and Iím excited to implement many of them.

First I have to decide: cut it to 8 pages or expand it to around 20.

Iím out right now, but Iíll come back later and give a few shout outs to my faves. There were 3 that really stood out to me.

Thanks again everyone!


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Congratulations Paul! Cold Blood was excellent.

Sickening Desires and The Art of War were other favorites of mine. Congratulations to all the runners up and rest of the writers too. Everyone did a pretty amazing job.
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Congrats to the winner, placers, and all who partook.

Extra special kudos to those who read and commented, who didn't enter.

Great job, everyone!!


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Lol just read that too. Gruesome! He cometh alright


Well I guess gruesome and gruesome crazy tale is what you might want out of a horror :p

I don't recommend anyone read it.



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Quoted from Warren


Well I guess gruesome and gruesome crazy tale is what you might want out of a horror :p

I don't recommend anyone read it.



At the pace you get stuff filmed, it should be optioned next week.


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Congratulation to the winner and the runners up!

Thanks Steve for putting on a great OWC!

A little lower participation than expected, but I think that has more to do with the boards being slower in general. Which is kind of sad, but I guess that's just how it goes.


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Congratulation to the winner and the runners up!

Thanks Steve for putting on a great OWC!

A little lower participation than expected, but I think that has more to do with the boards being slower in general. Which is kind of sad, but I guess that's just how it goes.


Iíve actually thought about this a little, wondering if it was the criteria I supplied, the slower boards, peopleís individual time restrictions, etc. I guess I was expecting 25-30 entries. Youíre not going to be able to please everyone - I realized that long ago.

But one reason (excuse) stands out - I think I might have done it too early.


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Warren, you cometh and then goeth.    What was up with that?


The error is mine.  Warren asked that it be pulled.  I didn't want to delete it from the new google spreadsheet I created for scoring.  I figured that I'd just remove it before posting, which I clearly didn't do.

Apologies. I will put it up with regular submissions.

Don


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I had 3 tied at the top:

Sickening Desires
For the Love of Satan
The Vampire Affair

Several were grouped just below those... but, those jumped out at me.

My favorite title, by far, is The Frequency of Fear. I just love that title.


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Quoted from Grandma Bear

A little lower participation than expected, but I think that has more to do with the boards being slower in general. Which is kind of sad, but I guess that's just how it goes.


I am totally cool with the lower volume.  The site ebbs and flows and I'm cool with that.  I think that the quality of the scripts submitted have been consistently higher. Also, I'm wondering if the newer writers are intimidated going head to head with the upper echelon of writers.

- Don


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Congratulations to all. Where to take it down Paul


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...I'm wondering if the newer writers are intimidated going head to head with the upper echelon of writers.

- Don


Hey Don - It might be cool to hold a OWC that's only open to members that have been on SS for one year or less. Call it a 'Newbie OWC'.
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I didn't have time to participate in this at all, which is annoying as I love the OWC's, but congratulations to Paul and all those who entered.


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