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    Express Delivery: Coquille, OR
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    TITLE: "Express Delivery: Coquille, Oregon"

    LOGLINE: Big Al Higgins wants his package in Coquille, and he wants it by sunrise. A journey through the west and to a fat man's belly.

    CAST
    Moreland Cranshaw - Jack McCabe
    The Boss - Bruce Spielbauer
    Big Al - Turk Muller
    Phineas McDougal - Derrick Mitchell

    CREW
    Writers/Directors - Dan Kolen & David Cantor-Echols
    Sound - Clayton Roche

    LOCATIONS (in Chicago)
    - Caldwell Woods
    - Moher Pub
    - My Apt
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    Quote Originally Posted by xxrotinivol2 View Post
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    LOGLINE: Big Al Higgins wants his package in Coquille, and he wants it by sunrise. A journey through the west, the metaphysical, and a fat man's belly.

    Casting: June 12th and 13th // Shooting: June 26th and June 27th, with re-shoots TBD. To be shot on: 5D

    Is it possible to ask people on the board to review the script. I'd love to hear thoughts about it before we shoot, but I don't know if that violates rules of the fest. If it doesn't , PM me, and I'll send it on over if you're interested.

    Thanks and good luck to everyone!
    Welcome to the Fest!

    I believe it's no problem to get feedback on the script. In fact, some people have gone so far as to post them online before.

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    Ok sweet, thanks. Just my second go around, and I'm giving myself a lot more time to do this one, so fingers crossed. Can't wait to see your short. Your screen grabs look awesome, and your last two films (for Monster and Betrayal) have been really good.


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    yet another! sweet man, welcome to the fest.
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    Welcome to the fest! I like a good 'deliver the package' type movie, they can be very intense. Journey through a fat man's belly? I'm officially intrigued. While I don't have a big history here yet, I'd be happy to look at the script and offer my input (for what it's worth). Regardless, good luck and keep us posted!


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    Thank you for the welcome Troy. Thanks 4100xpb for the offer. I'd love to send the script to you. Should have a draft ready to send out early next week.


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    Plot sounds good.

    An indication of time (by sunrise)

    A point of no return (he wants it)

    So this could become something very good.
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    So, are you actually shooting this in Coquille?



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    Thanks, trying to make sure the conception of the plot is executed well. And nope, not shooting in Coquille. Wish I had the budget to shoot out in Oregon. I go out there a couple times a years to visit relatives, but nope, we're getting some good dense woods to film in the midwest for the finale as a substitute.

    The close-to final draft of the script will be finished tonight, so if people wanna read it, let me know (PM or do it on the board).


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    It's been a crazy shoot, but everything moved along ok. From actors dropping out the day of shooting, to me coming down with some awful sickness a week before the shoot, the project seemed doomed, but we pulled thru! Hope everyone enjoys!
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