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Short Screenplay results!

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Topic: Short Screenplay results!
Posted By: Suave
Subject: Short Screenplay results!
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2021 at 2:28am
Well, we have a two years in a row winner! Congrats Rowan Meyer!

#1 - ''Vas Defiance'' by" rel="nofollow - M. Rowan Meyer  LOGLINE - A mild-mannered scientist makes a brilliant discovery, but faces resistance in its insemination.

#2 - ''Wotsitt'' by" rel="nofollow - Alex Sutton  LOGLINE - Wotsitt the elf is smashing his trial period at Santa's Workshop. Then a letter with no return address completely throws him off his game.

#3 - ''Making Do With Multiples'' by Jennifer Gunner LOGLINE - The parents of TV's favorite multiples, the Kowalczyk Quints, run their home like a well-oiled machine. But could a few more tweaks bring their household closer to perfection?

#4 - ''The Gulag Took My Pen-Pal'' by" rel="nofollow - Robbie Gottlieb  LOGLINE - Boris Borishevsky is sent to Siberia for the unspeakable crime of pen-paling around with the world's biggest Green Bay Packers fan.

#5 - ''Afterglow'' by" rel="nofollow - Chad Frame  LOGLINE - Edna is glowing--she's going to be married, she's surrounded by wonderful friends, and she has a great job at the Radium Dial Company. What could possibly go wrong?

#6 - ''The Quackenbush Candy Factory'' by Arianna Drumond LOGLINE - Nothing is sweeter for candy factory workers, George and Maggie, than a low-key start to the work day. This is not one of those days.

#7 - ''Buscador'' by Sam Parker LOGLINE - When LAURINDO, a Mexican national, loses his way in unfamiliar territory, he must rely on the help of strangers to find the way back to his family.

#8 - ''Returned to Sender'' by" rel="nofollow - Harriet Gillian  LOGLINE - When a very important Christmas wish arrives at the North Pole, Santa must instruct his top team of elite elves to see the wish comes true.

#9 - ''Down The Line'' by Mikaela Cumbers LOGLINE - Congratulations on concluding the final hour of your service.
Genesis thanks YOU for your service.

#10 - ''Canary Girl'' by" rel="nofollow - Graham Brand  LOGLINE - With the men at war in the trenches, their bombs were filled by girls with yellow hands.

#HM - ''Cobbler of the Month'' by David Piechowski LOGLINE - A North Pole elf tries to prove she has what it takes to be Cobbler of the Month, but the previous honoree has other ideas.

#HM - ''The Night Shift'' by Daniel MacKay LOGLINE - An elderly assembly line worker, struggling to maintain a routine in a world in chaos, is thrown off by a letter he receives from a coworker he has never met.

#HM - ''Sprocket'' by Andrew Kaberline LOGLINE - A factory worker attempts to keep the human element in her workspace, while the company is hellbent on erasing it.

#HM - ''Reassemble My Heart'' by" rel="nofollow - Ricardo Bravo  LOGLINE - A security guard in a sandwich factory searches the floor
for the anonymous writer of a love letter.


#HM - ''Body Parts'' by" rel="nofollow - Karen Mitani  LOGLINE - Terror escalates on an assembly line after Glenda receives a disturbing photo in the mail.



-------------" rel="nofollow - R1 FF Spy Games" rel="nofollow - R1 Screenplay - Thriller

Posted By: catnamedeaster
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2021 at 7:15am
Congratulations, everyone! So nice to see so many familiar names, all so deserving. 

Second HM this week, but thrilled to have squeaked in with my little horror story. Smile

FF CH1" rel="nofollow - Walk In the Sun
MCF100 CH1" rel="nofollow - Cry Uncle

Posted By: Probably Someone
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2021 at 2:10pm
I'm thrilled to have come in 5th, especially considering this was my first time ever screenwriting. I didn't even know the format before diving in to the first round, but I really enjoy learning in a crunch. 

Congrats to everyone listed, and everyone not! This was fierce competition!

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