I want YOUR script!

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I noticed that there's a lot of writers on here. Not just collectors of Screenplays but people who write themselves. So why not make a thread where you can share your best script?

That's what I want here, your best script. The one that's your pride and joy, I want to read it.

I figure this is a nice way of getting to know other members on the site.

Feel free to tell me to shut up...
 
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I noticed that there's a lot of writers on here. Not just collectors of Screenplays but people who write themselves. So why not make a thread where you can share your best script?

That's what I want here, your best script. The one that's your pride and joy, I want to read it.

I figure this is a nice way of getting to know other members on the site.

Feel free to tell me to shut up...
Good idea.Maybe I'll share some.
 
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Just a question, it kinda relates, how many pro screenwriters hangout here? I've heard a few times that Max Landis sometimes posts stuff? I don't know if that's b.s. or not. But I'm intrigued if anybody knows of any? (don't out anybody who wishes to be anonymous).

Best,
Kurt
 
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Just a question, it kinda relates, how many pro screenwriters hangout here? I've heard a few times that Max Landis sometimes posts stuff? I don't know if that's b.s. or not. But I'm intrigued if anybody knows of any? (don't out anybody who wishes to be anonymous).

Best,
Kurt
Pretty sure Max Landis doesn't post here for reals. I've been accused of being Max Landis though.
 
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I do actually have a treatment for a story that has snippets of dialogue.I'm not professional in any way but I thought it would be cool to share with you guys.I need a bit of time to revise it but I am willing to share once I'm confident with it.
 
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Just a question, it kinda relates, how many pro screenwriters hangout here? I've heard a few times that Max Landis sometimes posts stuff? I don't know if that's b.s. or not. But I'm intrigued if anybody knows of any? (don't out anybody who wishes to be anonymous).

Best,
Kurt
I'm pro, in that I've had several scripts produced over the past few years, get paid, etc. Not wishing to link my name to script trading for obvious reasons. No multi-million dollar projects as of yet, but I've been commissioned by both US and UK (and I currently live in neither). I've written exclusively in the horror genre.
 

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Just a question, it kinda relates, how many pro screenwriters hangout here? I've heard a few times that Max Landis sometimes posts stuff? I don't know if that's b.s. or not. But I'm intrigued if anybody knows of any? (don't out anybody who wishes to be anonymous).

Best,
Kurt
I consider myself semi-pro. I've sold one, optioned a couple, and am currently in mid-negotiation for another sale. I've made a bit of cheddar, but not enough that I can afford to quit my day job just yet. Hopefully the sale I'm negotiating right now will allow me to do that, because I'd like to see how well I could if I actually had some real time to put into it.

As for posting my own work, I don't mind posting a few pages or maybe a first act, but I won't post a whole script. I know, it's hypocritical of me to spread everyone else's scripts around but refuse to spread my own, but that's how I roll. :cool:
 
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I noticed that there's a lot of writers on here. Not just collectors of Screenplays but people who write themselves. So why not make a thread where you can share your best script?

That's what I want here, your best script. The one that's your pride and joy, I want to read it.

I figure this is a nice way of getting to know other members on the site.

Feel free to tell me to shut up...
I have two complete; a big budget Hollywood sci-fi actioner and a much cheaper, UK-set contained horror.
A bit on the fence about posting; nobody wants to be first! Not sure I'd post either in their entirety, but constructive feedback is always good.
 
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I'd start, and in hindsight, probably should have.
But I KNOW for a fact that the 2 features I've written are awful in every conceivable way.

That being said, I'll probably edit this and post one that I did work on.

Logline: When an upscale suburban shopping mall is under siege by a popular energy drink that turns its customers into flesh-eating creatures, the mall's fate is left in the hands of the five people who could care less: the janitors.
 
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