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Don
Posted: June 15th, 2014, 2:42pm Report to Moderator
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So, what are you writing?

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Ode To Film School:  An Actor in Waiting by Kyle Smead - Short, Musical - James, an isolated jock, sits in a film school classroom when the love of his life enters. - pdf, format


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Kyle, thank you SO MUCH for this. It is SO wonderful.



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Huh?

Obviously you have to be an 'insider' to get this.

I don't understand your title either considering this script revolves around a 'directing' class.

It needs a big ol' proofread too.
Sorry I can't be more positive.


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Quoted from Stumpzian
Kyle, thank you SO MUCH for this. It is SO wonderful.


Uh...yeah...it sure is.  Thank you as well...



To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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Dustin
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I got to page 3... and the moment they started singing. WTF? I'm completely out... which is strange considering I'm actually making a musical short of my own. Mine's modern and dark though, so it'll work. For me, yours does not.


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Thank you for your reads and comments.  This was the first script that I wrote before starting my second semester of grad school.  Really had to get a few things out of my mind before writing more serious material.

Again, Thanks.
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