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    Scriptfest 3 - Official Rules
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    DVXUSER.COM PRESENTS SCRIPTFEST 3 – III
    **PULPFEST**

    RULES

    Genre: PULP FICTION
    (Examples: Hard-boiled noir films of the 40’s and 50’s, Guy Ritchie, Sin City, and obviously Pulp Fiction)
    Scene requirement: You must have a dream sequence.
    Length: 6 - 10 pages
    Dates: November 1st – December 10th


    * Scripts submitted for Scriptfest are eligible for use in regular DVXfests
    * Upload details will be announced at the end of the writing period.
    * Scripts should be in PDF form.
    * One submission per person.


    Game on.
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    WOOT! Thanks, Isaac, looking forward to this one!


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    Outstanding.
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    Way-to-go! You let us have 4 more pages than last time!


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    Wow, this thing was hidden. I would have never seen it if I wasn't looking for the Scripfest II section.

    I hope I can write something for this. I will give it a try.


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    Awesome cheers Isaac.

    Any formatting requirements?
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    P U L P

    Sounds like fun.

    Question #1:

    Do we get extra credit points if we have a character drinking a glass of pulp-filled orange juice? Okay, maybe not the best idea for a scene requirement. (Sorry, but I immediately thought of orange juice when I saw PULP as the theme.)

    Question #2

    Can we fuse other genres with PULP? If I wanted to write a PULP / HORROR or a PULP / SCI-FI could I do that or does the setting have to be in a realistic pulp / noir world?


    Now comes the hard part, writing the darn thing.


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    Awesome I have the perfect idea rolling around in my head sweet more things to keep me busy...
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    I have one almost done, got a couple of other ideas to explore yet though.
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    There are a lot of old pulp stories that are either in the public domain or have unknown authors. Are adaptations allowed?
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