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Felipe
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Hey guys,

I'm looking to read some found footage scripts to prepare for writing my own.

I'm mostly looking for pro-scripts, but if anyone knows of a great (and available) amateur script, I'd be happy to check it out.

I know Kevin mentioned F. Scott Frazier had a good one but didn't remember the name...

Any help is appreciated!


'Artist' is not a term you should use to refer to yourself. Let others, and your work, do it for you.
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dogglebe
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I have two mockumentary shorts that I wrote; one was produced.  It's not found footage, but they're written very similiarly.


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Quoted from Felipe

I know Kevin mentioned F. Scott Frazier had a good one but didn't remember the name...



Line of Sight, and it's awesome. One of the best examples of how to do found footage right I've seen.


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Felipe
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Are your shorts hosted here?

Rene
Thanks for the help!

I also found another one. It's called Glimmer by Carter Blanchard. I hear it's pretty good.

Thanks for the help, guys!


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dogglebe
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Yes they are!


Documentary Killers  Mockumentary.  Tabloid television at its best.  Humanity at its worst.  

Pugumentary  A mockumentary about Stanley Sloane, a man who died leaving behind twenty-two pugs.  produced!


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AmbitionIsKey
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I think the script for Chronicle, which I really enjoyed, is a great example of how to tackle this particular sub-genre.

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Zack
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Here's a link to a short horror script I wrote a few years ago.

http://www.simplyscripts.net/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-short/m-1214451662/s-0/

~Zack~


An example of my writing...

FOR SATAN - short, horror, 14 pgs (revised draft) - A group of thrill-seekers explore a creepy old house on Halloween night. Think you know this story? Think again.
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