Submit your story/film from an existing body of work and have it performed/showcased at the festival.
Source: FAN FICTION Screenplay Festival. Deadline 29th of every month
Yesterday, I was reminded of this event and for a long while I didn’t know which scripts I could submit then I realized I’ve written two fan scripts before. One for Smallville and the other was a TV pilot spec when “Charmed” ended. I’ll have to re-read them once more if runaway spaces came up again when I converted from Doc file to PDF.
I did find my “Smallville Season 6: Pieces” script and “The Charmed Paladins” script. Yes! I even created a home for “The Charmed Paladins” too if anyone is curious to get the feel of the virtual show. lolz
Well, this was the poster. My photoshop skills now have vanished so pardon if I can’t re-do this now.
Oh, I missed those days. Cappucino withJules and I would share scripts and art dev concepts because she also has her own virtual series called “Ultimately Charmed.” I’ll never forget those times. 🙂
Nostalgic, yeah big time when TV reboots just came just shy away from the originals. I hope they don’t reboot “Charmed.” Just leave it alone.
This was a bit of hiccup since I usually write MWF so having the day ## exercise was not for me but this doesn’t mean I’m not continually adding scenes when I’m away from the computer. My notebook has been super handy and at times, I find my story questions which would lead me to do more research.
From my previous post, I’ve wondered which was best to have antagonist 1 and antagonist 2 meet. I eventually decided antagonist 1 is so well-ensconced in her cover identity that the inevitable meet with antagonist 2 will just flow from her scene and it did. 😀