Genre: Thriller, Crime, Mystery After the tragic loss of her husband in a line of duty shooting, Detective Joan Fortune collapses and loses their unborn child. In the ensuing weeks, Joan’s life begins to crumble around her as she desperately tries to find the drug lords responsible for her husband’s murder. Things change for… Continue reading Winning THRILLER 1st Scene Script – BUNNYMAN BRIDGE, by Colin K Stewart
Submit your Thriller/Suspense Screenplay to the Festival Today: http://thrillersuspensefestival.com Watch the best of KIDNAPPING Stories, Screenplays, and Short Film Moderation videos from the festival. WRONG PLACE, WRONG CRIMEWATCH Audience FEEDBACK VideoGermany, Crime MOUSSEWATCH Audience FEEDBACK VideoSweden, Drama FEATURE SCRIPT – FEATURE: FLEET WEEK: EVANESCENCE December 2014 ReadingWritten by David Redstone 1ST SCENE SCRIPT – THE… Continue reading KIDNAPPING Stories from the FEEDBACK Film & Writing Festival
Submit your Thriller/Suspense Screenplay to the Festival Today: http://thrillersuspensefestival.com Watch the best of GORE Stories, Screenplays, and Short Film Moderation videos from the festival. FAMILIARWATCH Audience FEEDBACKHorror, Canada WATCH – HANNIBAL TV Show Spec April 2014 Readingby Ibba Armancas SHORT STORY READING – THE BABYSITTER July 2014 ReadingWritten by Sean Hood 1500 NINOSWATCH Audience FEEDBACK20156min,… Continue reading GORE Stories from the Writing Festival
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I think what influenced me the most was the full appraisal of my what I had written. None of us know what we’ve written, we think we do but we don’t, no idea, we’re clueless. We’re just sunk in our own vision, and when I saw the full appraisal as part of the competition, I was sold. Then, I got my appraisal and it was possibly the best I have ever received, not because it was good or complimentary, but because they had obviously read it, and I mean completely and they properly criticised it! So their comments were not only ‘left of field’, but they were an accurate observation and they actually improved the script, not matter how hard they were to swallow. It was so worthwhile it was worth the price of entry just to get that feed back…..let alone winning, that was a real surprise. Winning didn’t even cross my mind, I needed to know’ what professional people thought of it. Me and the guy who I created the story with, Dave Powell, are over the moon.
I truly believe that a table read is the next best thing in seeing my script on the big screen — so I entered my new thriller “The Devil’s Larceny.”