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    LOGLINE:

    The line between good and evil blurs when an ordinary man, caught in an extrodinary situation, is forced to do whatever it takes to protect his family.



    Hey all, learned of this website via a short for Betrayal Fest I'm acting in. This will be my first script submission. Script is now finished and sent off for comments. Poster to follow shortly.

    Thanks everybody for providing a great website to study film.


    POSTER DONE! Really simple, but it works I think. Sorry, didn't know how to embed poster in the thread so I attached it.
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    Feb 23rd

    - Sent script out for comments, several comments have come back, considering their suggestions now. Have a local film maker interested in shooting the script, but would like to see it place well here first.

    Cheers!

    =Justin=
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    Welcome to the fray!
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    Sounds interesting, nice logline.
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    Thanks for the comments fellers. Say, where can a person find the info on the poster (dimensions, resolution, etc)


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    NM...found the poster info on the Betrayal Fest rules thread! Poster should be up tonight.


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    Compelling line mate.

    The poster was 600w X 800h at 72.
    But I think there are poster specs in the FilmFest rules.
    It talks about the standard size.
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    Really good logline!!


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    grazie!


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    Alright...hypothetically speaking...what does one do if he has a good script, but, despite repeated efforts, one has proven to be incapable of making a decent poster? How does the poster factor into the contest?


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    Oh, there's a few poster whiz kids out there that are probably willing to help out.
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