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    http://www.dvxfest.com/scriptfestIX/



    SCRIPT FEEDBACK GUIDELINES

    Writing is hard. Itís a very personal and humbling thing to do. Itís an activity that you do alone and because of it we take our work and criticism of it very personally.

    That said, the only way we can get better is with honest feedback. So, a few guidelines to help things proceed smoothly:

    1. Be honest but use tact when giving people feedback. Don't start your feedback out with "Your script sucks."

    2. Be specific. Let people know what you like, and let them know what didnít work for you. It doesnít help someone to simply say you donít like something, but it does help them when youíre specific and say ďIím not sure what your main character wanted in X scene.Ē Or, ďI didnít understand your character because I didnít know enough about him.Ē Or, ďI didnít understand your story logic, for X/Y/Z reasons.Ē

    3. Reading / Feedback period will be two weeks. Voting will close on the 19th of September and winners will be announced then.

    Happy reading and rating of scripts.

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    Have been too busy, wish I had have had more time to join you guys. Good luck, Ill be reading for sure.
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    Yeah, we've got 10 people in!

    I'm definitely starting a review with 'Your Script Sucks!'

    Since your review is a public record and your scripts aren't anonymous this usually leads to a little more tact.
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    Suspense ScriptFest: A Clockwork Darkened(2nd Place)
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    To EVERYONE,

    Mine had a clerical error in it. Totally my fault.
    Please feel free to read the CORRECT VERSION HERE: http://bit.ly/qq2c1G
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Todaro View Post
    To EVERYONE,

    Mine had a clerical error in it. Totally my fault.
    Please feel free to read the CORRECT VERSION HERE: http://bit.ly/qq2c1G
    The updated version is in the viewing link.
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    I'm assuming we don't vote on our own scripts?
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    Suspense ScriptFest: A Clockwork Darkened(2nd Place)
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    I have to say I was really impressed with the quality of the scripts/stories given the 10 page limit.
    The stories were complete, believable, and well crafted over all.
    I've been on many script forums - the submissions here were far, far better.
    I can't wait to read something other than drama (yuk!) from these same writers.
    I like adventure stories. Adventure ScriptFest!
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    There are some really good ones in this batch. I was going to comment on how I was surprised by all the dramas...until I remembered that was a requirement. Now I have to go back and make sure everything was a drama.
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    Trapped ScriptFest: Trapped (3rd Place)


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    Yeah, good job to everyone!

    I like!


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    Great festival everyone, I was extremely impressed with the submissions, this will be tough.


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