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    Posted: 09 Apr 2021 at 2:28am
Well, we have a two years in a row winner! Congrats Rowan Meyer!

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

#2 - ''Wotsitt'' by 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 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 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 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 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 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 Karen Mitani LOGLINE - Terror escalates on an assembly line after Glenda receives a disturbing photo in the mail.



Edited by Suave - 09 Apr 2021 at 4:22am
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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
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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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