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Script Frenzy! (1 Viewer)

ProudestMonkey

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I know this was for NaNo, but with SF starting in less than 5 days I'd like to get some peoples' thoughts on it. Would anyone care to share their ideas? I have a quirky idea I'd like feedback on but I don't know if that would be considered bad luck because of the "copying factor".

So. Anyone?
 

movieman

Senior Member
I'm giving it a try, but I'm busy packing to emigrate right now. I have a stupid movie title from a couple of years ago and kept meaning to write a script to go with it.
 

Linton Robinson

Senior Member
I don't get it. A contest to write a script in a month (which I usually do anyway) but no way to know if you really did it in a month and no prize.
 

movieman

Senior Member
lin said:
I don't get it. A contest to write a script in a month (which I usually do anyway) but no way to know if you really did it in a month and no prize.

Think about all those people who've always said 'I'm going to write a script one day' but never did; now they have a motivation to get it done.
 

movieman

Senior Member
Hmm, I've averaged sixteen pages a day so far, I think that's the fastest I've ever written a script :).

Though I already know that I'm going to have to rewrite major chunks of it after I'm 'done'; the problems I knew I had in the outline are far more obvious in the first draft.
 

Mike C

WF Veterans
movieman said:
Think about all those people who've always said 'I'm going to write a script one day' but never did; now they have a motivation to get it done.

If you need that motivation, you'll probably never get it done anyway.
 

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