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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: DarrenJamesSeeley
Date Posted: Today, 12:30am

Quoted from _ghostwriters



Celluloid-- Darren or James or Rick?? Um, not real sure who you are. Sorry.
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It's fine. Even I don't know who I am sometimes.  
BTW, I didn't write Celluloid.



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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: StevenClark
Date Posted: Today, 12:07am

Quoted from spesh2k
All right, my ballot is in. As far as guesses go, I'm not terribly familiar w/ everyone's writing styles. I'm gonna go ahead and guess John wrote "An Exceptional Judge of Character" and Anthony wrote "Zoom".

My favorite though was "Celluloid" even though it didn't really fit the theme or genre lol. I could've sworn Steven Clark wrote that -- I can often tell by the writing style and the way they format their scripts -- but he wasn't even in this one.


I wish I had written that one! I liked it a lot. I’m gonna say Rick write that one, if he’s even in this challenge.
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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: LC
Date Posted: Today, 12:06am
Ghosties:

Rick aka Gum.

Or vice-versa.  

P.S. Canadian Rick, not UK Rick.
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Grats Matt Dressel   (reply) Posted by: _ghostwriters
Date Posted: Yesterday, 11:54pm
Congrats Matt!
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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: _ghostwriters
Date Posted: Yesterday, 11:52pm
Ok, here we go --

Relationship Of -- Claudio

Wrong Mark -- Gum

Desert Heat -- Geezis

A Chance Encounter -- John

An Excellent Judge Of Character -- James

Zoom -- Anthony -- if he entered.

Celluloid-- Darren or James or Rick?? Um, not real sure who you are. Sorry.

Anywaz, pretty confident. Of course, 7 out of 8 ain't too shabby, either.
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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: spesh2k
Date Posted: Yesterday, 10:18pm
All right, my ballot is in. As far as guesses go, I'm not terribly familiar w/ everyone's writing styles. I'm gonna go ahead and guess John wrote "An Exceptional Judge of Character" and Anthony wrote "Zoom".

My favorite though was "Celluloid" even though it didn't really fit the theme or genre lol. I could've sworn Steven Clark wrote that -- I can often tell by the writing style and the way they format their scripts -- but he wasn't even in this one.
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They Never Left   (reply) Posted by: spesh2k
Date Posted: Yesterday, 9:46pm

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All looks great, Michael. Congrats!


Thanks! I think Clay and his wife put the "look-book" together.

-- Michael
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They Never Left   (reply) Posted by: LC
Date Posted: Yesterday, 9:44pm
All looks great, Michael. Congrats!

P.S. Never heard of mumblecore. Clearly not up with it.
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They Never Left   (reply) Posted by: spesh2k
Date Posted: Yesterday, 9:22pm
All right, after years of developing this, we finally have a director attached -- Jeremiah Kipp, who's feature horror film "Slapface" starring Dan Hedaya is working the festival circuit right now. He also just wrapped a feature called "Draw Up and Stare" starring Melissa Leo and Michael O'Keefe. He's directed a number of feature films starring indie horror darlings such as Tom Savini and Larry Fessenden as well as actors such as Tom Sizemore. He really understands the script and it's a thrill to have him on board.

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0456031/

So, it looks like things are back on track.

Here's a little "look-book" that was put together....

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The Great Exhale   (reply) Posted by: LC
Date Posted: Yesterday, 8:01pm
Welcome, Mark!

A couple of links you might find helpful:

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The Great Exhale   (reply) Posted by: MarkLN
Date Posted: Yesterday, 7:19pm
Hi, I'm the writer of this, just turned 22. Looking for some feedback. Thanks
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Grats Matt Dressel   (reply) Posted by: LC
Date Posted: Yesterday, 6:29pm
So, this is news about Blue Iguana.

Congrats indeed, Matt!
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Dispatch - Filmed   (reply) Posted by: Max Ruddock
Date Posted: Yesterday, 5:36pm
Hey Sean,

Okay this is going to come across very random, but I was looking at a couple of scripts I’d worked on years ago and this was one of them (in fact it was how I found out about SS in the first place) and I just wanted to ask if you ever saw the end result? Fairly sure the guy directing it was called Steven Shaw (it’s been a decade or so now so I could be wrong) and he did say he’d gotten your permission to shoot it.

If you never saw the end result, no worries. I didn’t either. Just thought I’d ask.

Was surprised to see it was your name on the script as I recognised your name from the boards.

Cheers

Max
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Grats Matt Dressel   (reply) Posted by: Warren
Date Posted: Yesterday, 4:59pm
Congrats! Penny For Your Thoughts is still one of the funniest shorts I've seen.

Looking forward to this.
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Hedgehogs   (reply) Posted by: OscarM
Date Posted: Yesterday, 3:52pm
Bumping for new draft. I've cut and condensed quite a bit from earlier drafts, and added and changed some other things.
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The Classroom Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:51pm
The Classroom Pilot by Ryan Christian and Chris Silva  - Series, Dramedy - A mockumentary dramedy series based off students in a Manhattan performing art school struggling to find their identities while dealing with social economic and racial issues while balancing the pressure of dealing with school and reality. 30 pages

contest: 1st Monthly FIlm Festival - First Time Screenwriter (TV Pilot); Bridge Fest winners for the month of February 2021- Best short script

Bible; <a href="https://www....

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Bug Out Blues Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:50pm
Bug Out Blues by James Austin McCormick - Short, Sci Fi, Fantasy - A backwoods prepper is hunted by alien invaders intent on wiping out every human on the planet. 6 pages - pdf format

Writer interested in feedback on this work

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A Fantastical Time Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:50pm
A Fantastical Time by Keeley Hopper - Drama, Sci Fi - When a time controlling young man refuses to let his mother die, a mysterious mentor steps into to help, leading him down a path of abundance and disconnection. 100 pages - pdf format

New writer interested in feedback on this work, please be nice
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The Great Exhale Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:50pm
The Great Exhale by Mark L. Ndlovu - Short, Thriller, Drama - A hunter must choose between either physical or mental freedom after accidentally shooting a  young woman while hunting. 9 pages - pdf format

New writer interested in feedback on this work, please be nice
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A Simple Kind of Life Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:49pm
A Simple Kind of Life by Oscar Moreno - Drama - After discovering his daughter's principal was the frontman of his favorite band, a young man befriends him to revive his music career and start one of his own. 100 pages - pdf format

For production consideration - No comments required
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The Thing Called Life Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:49pm
This Thing Called Life by Alicia McClendon - Dramedy - When her beloved dog dies, a financially struggling writer tries to overcome alcohol abuse while returning to writing and filming. 96 pages - pdf format

Writer interested in feedback on this work

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Grats Matt Dressel   (reply) Posted by: jwent6688
Date Posted: Yesterday, 2:03pm
Congratulations, Matt. Wow, that is a legit production. I'll be looking forward to it.

James
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Grats Matt Dressel   (reply) Posted by: AnthonyCawood
Date Posted: Yesterday, 12:32pm
Congrats to Matt!
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Grats Matt Dressel Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 12:27pm
Shout out to Matthew Dressel long time contributor to SS

Joel David Moore, Bob Saget, Jason Jones, Carly Chaikin & Mary Lynn Rajskub To Star In Comedy ‘Blue Iguana’, First In 3-Pic Cayman Islands Deal — EFM

https://deadline.com/2021/03/b.....ands-efm-1234707729/

Blue Iguana will shoot on the island of Grand Cayman starting March 8. Directed by Canadian filmmaker Jeremy LaLonde (James vs. His Future Self), the pic is scripted by Matthew Dressel (You Tube comedy series <a href="...

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The Terror Below Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 10:41am
The Terror Below by Doug Pike - Horror - When a guilt-ridden scuba diver reluctantly agrees to retrieve the body of a friend's son from a mysterious wreck, he accidentally unleashes deadly horror and a devastating threat to the city of Boston. 93 pages - pdf format

Writer interested in feedback on this work

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To Run from the Tiger Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 10:41am
To Run from the Tiger by Mark Rainbow - Thriller - When a secretary in Thailand (ZOE) goes missing and her colleague (HANK) is blamed by the police, Hank's friend (LIA) enlists a gangster to break him out and find the girl. 108 pages - pdf format

Writer interested in feedback on this work

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The Gold Mine Posted by: Don
Date Posted: Yesterday, 10:40am
The Gold Mine by Allan Love - Comedy, Western - A band of moderately bright misfit and a flatulent donkey escape an Indian capture, foil a dishonest land baron and preacher’s attempt to steal their claim then aided by a bunch of stiffs discover gold. 118 pages - pdf format

Writer interested in feedback on this work

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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: Geezis
Date Posted: Yesterday, 4:53am
Read, reviewed and scored them all but I have no idea who wrote what. I just know there are some talented people out there. I can’t say they were all my cup of tea but there was not one that I didn’t find something good about.
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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: Matthew Taylor
Date Posted: Yesterday, 4:11am

Quoted from LC

Aha! Well, you got me there.
You reviewed a lot. Thank you! Did you vote, Matt?



No, I thought I would leave that to those who entered. Plus I didn't make any notes whilst reading like I normally would when voting
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Guess Who Wrote What (only if you voted)...   (reply) Posted by: Gum
Date Posted: Yesterday, 3:04am
I want to say John for ‘Relationship of Convenience’

Anthony for ‘ Zoom’

Woman Across the Street is : Tyriq (Newb)

An Excellent judge of character: James

Wrong Mark: DJS

Ghost: that’s some ‘film noir’ gumshoe cadence; you are… the Ghost Writer <-- cool name BTW, mind you, LaLa Land alter aficionado could be Espanola incognito … Meeting Mama.

Round here it’s Quebecois Francois… That being: write what you know (scripts that be). I do not know Espanola, but them a long way from LA might?

All I (think I) got for now…
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