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Expo 4 Wants To Publish Your Script ....7/20/05
The Expo 4 Screenplay Competition is proud to announce an unprecedented alliance with
comic book studio Dabel Brothers Production (DB Pro). In addition to the competition's over $80,000 in prizes, Ernst, Les, Pascal, and David Dabel's DB Pro will adapt one of
the contest's top genre screenplays into a 4-issue full-color comic book miniseries as well as a graphic novel with a budget of $50,000. Read more...
War Of The Worlds Invades
On June 29th, 2005, Earth goes to war. From Paramount Pictures and
DreamWorks Pictures comes "War of the Worlds," directed by Steven Spielberg and starring
international superstar Tom Cruise. A contemporary retelling of H.G. Wells's seminal classic, the sci-fi adventure thriller reveals the extraordinary battle for the future of
humankind through the eyes of one American family fighting to survive it. Read more...
Lucas Honored At Awards Ceremony
On June 9, 2005, George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars films, received the American Film Institute's (AFI) Life Achievement Award at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Read more...
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Glenn Bossik Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Scriptologist.com, will personally provide you with valuable self-help coverage and an increadible sales pitch that can get
your screenplay read by film industry executives. Read more...
Writing A Screenplay Using The Theme Of Man vs The Evil Corporation
There's no shortage of real-life stories and scandals about giant corporations harming ordinary citizens, defrauding people, even endangering people's lives for profit and greed. Read more...
Writing A Screenplay About A Person Wrongly Imprisoned
True stories abound about innocent people convicted of crimes and sent to prison for years or even a lifetime.
Using The Theme Of Kidnapping
Kidnapping is a central theme running through many successful films, and it continues to be a subject that intrigues screenwriters and audiences. Read more...
Using An Historical Rebel In A Script
Outstanding men and women in history can be very provocative subjects for a screenplay, particularly those who were rebels. Historical rebels who have done exceptionally brave
or daring deeds, like taking a stand against an established government or ruler, make fascinating subjects for screenplays. Read more...
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