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    I have a comedy with two characters. The end is something of a horror but no family, that's for sure. Don't know why I couldn't come up with anything for this one but the idea just didn't come to me. Not sure if I should submit my comedic one as it fits part of the genre but it's in no way family. But I do want to support the fest somehow... Eh!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZellJr View Post
    ....And you get paid for writing for producers. You also get way more pages, which changes everything. Its much easier to meet the requirements when you have 100 pages to do it.
    Believe me it doesn't. I hate restrictions, but hopefully these little contests make it a bit easier to tackle them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_Keaton View Post
    Believe me it doesn't. I hate restrictions, but hopefully these little contests make it a bit easier to tackle them.
    It definitely does. Way more pages to maneuver around. Way more room to allow the imagination to flow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZellJr View Post
    It definitely does. Way more pages to maneuver around. Way more room to allow the imagination to flow.
    I have a hard time containing my imagination. ;)
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    It's a lot harder to sustain two characters in one room for 100 pages than for 6, dude :P

    But, I hear ya on one level. If less restrictions attract more entries then that's a good thing, and I reckon Chris agrees.

    I'll prolly get disqualified for not meeting the requirements now for some reason hehe - I give you permission to laugh heartily in my face if I do :P


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    Derp, derp. I just read Family Friendly not Family Fest. Crap, I thought the two characters had to just be related...oh well.


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    Don't worry, I'm not disqualifying any scripts. I'll let the reviewers judge who has met the requirements or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_Keaton View Post
    Believe me it doesn't. I hate restrictions, but hopefully these little contests make it a bit easier to tackle them.
    I thought this one less restrictive than most as it doesn't specify a location, prop, or line, just limits genre, length, and talent.
    Going to try a couple of 48 hour productions this summer. Should be fun.
    Many short scripts I've read doesn't consider production limitations (usually costs & talent) which really reels in the ole script.
    These are good practice and I appreciate being able to participate.


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    I got the scripts, just waiting to get the read and voting page up and running.
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