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I sure would like to receive an update. I paid good money when I submitted my screenplay to this contest earlier this year. I wonder what's taking them so long.
I'm still waiting to find out of my screenplay made it in or not. If it did not, that's fine. All I want is a simple courtesy notification informing me of the status of my script, after the money I spent on this contest.
Being new the contest scene --for the very first time this year-- what I think makes a contest a success or failure, is not where I'm accepted or not accepted; or whether I win or lose... but how well the contest administrators communicate back to those who've entered and how well they keep their announcement deadlines.
So far, with the number of competitions I've entered this year, I've got very mixed feelings about the whole 'contest' world. Again, mainly because of the serious lack of communication and updates from the contest administrators and directors... Fade In included.
I know, I'm trying to be patient. It's probably easier to just forget about this one... but I'll wait. I'll try.
Is anyone look for (or know someone or a studio who's searching for) a high concept Comedy/Romance?
I just wrote one titled "The Personal Assistant". Here's the logline:
"Neil's just trying to find work. After a series of events, he finds himself chasing starlets, running from the media, and dealing with eccentric producers. Welcome to Hollywood. A Romance for guys... and chicks."
Competitions wins for a Mystery/Suspense-Thriller screenplay I wrote last called "Stunners":
- Finalist in the 2009 Peachtree Village International Film Festival. - Scriptapalooza 2009 Quarterfinalist. - Semi-Finalist: Landlocked Film Festival (2009). - 1st place Feature Scripts (Suspense/Thriller category): The Indie Gathering (2009). - Quarterfinalist: American Screenwriters Association/Gotham Writer's Workshop (2009). - 'Accepted' - 2009 Twin Rivers Media Festival (pending final decision).
I live in San Diego, California.
Yes and yes.
Queens International Film Festival. A top agency requested my feature screenplay after it made it on their Official Selection.
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