And The Winner Is…

First of all, I want to thank everyone who participated. Considering that I just started this blog and my list is still quite small, we had a lot of people participate - 37 sets of coverage! I was only planning on posting the top 10 pieces, but I decided to post everyone's writing. If you submitted coverage and are not on this list, you have my apologies - I posted everything that got to me. Just seeing this many versions of what folks read into my script was wonderful. So many perspectives Read more [...]

Need Script Reader For Short Film

The deadline has arrived and we are no longer taking submissions for the Script Reader contest. Thank you to everyone who took the time and effort to send in coverage. I will be announcing the 3 winners on Friday the 13th in the afternoon on this blog. Good luck! I need someone who is skilled at reading and evaluating film scripts. The project is a 13 page short film that is 100% funded and currently in pre-production. You can download the script here. You would need to: 1. Read the script. 2. Read more [...]

Read My Short Screenplay, “Escalation”

You can download and read the short film script I'm producing. It's just 12 pages and is titled, "Escalation." An effects heavy, action genre piece, with some sly humor and a bit of heart, it takes place in a virtual world that is indistinguishable from reality. You can download the pdf file here. Download A PDF File Of The Short Screenplay - Escalation You can also look at some of the initial storyboards by clicking here and viewing the storyboard post. After you've read it, why not Read more [...]

Storyboards – “Escalation”

Here are some preliminary storyboards for my short film project, "Escalation." I'll be posting the script soon. You can click on the main photo to advance to the next picture or click on the thumbnails below.   The Artist: You can look at more work by the same artist (who prefers to go by the pen name "Rahzzah") at this site. He does beautiful work and was very easy to work with - fast with high quality... and not too pricey. He also had a very filmic style that integrated Read more [...]