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Group 9

 

Challenge #2 assignment

GENRE - Western

LOCATION - A train station

OBJECT - A hairbrush

 

The top 10 writers with the most cumulative points in each group will advance to the 2nd Round of the competition kicking off on Friday, December 19, 2008 at 11:59PM EST.  If there is a (*) to the left of your name, congratulations, you have placed in the top 10 in your group and will be competing in the 2nd Round! 

The top 5 scripts in each group for Challenge #2 will be updated soon.

 

 

Group Standings

          POINTS
  Group Last Name First Name Country #1 #2 #3 #4 Total
* 9 Roth Daniel USA 25 16     41
* 9 Carlson Bryce USA 18 22     40
* 9 LaBarba Annie USA 14 25     39
* 9 Diego Donald USA 22 14     36
* 9 Merfeld Andrew USA 16 18     34
* 9 Barrickman Kenneth USA 8 20     28
* 9 Randall Stuart UK 10 12     22
* 9 Cordero Francis USA 20       20
* 9 James Mike UK 6 8     14
* 9 Yen Connie USA 4 10     14
  9 Norton Grael USA 12       12
  9 Rothenberg Charles USA 5       5
  9 Jayawardene Jennifer na         0
  9 Migliore Vincent usa         0

 

 

Challenge #1 assignment

GENRE - Romance

LOCATION - A psychiatrist's office

OBJECT - A vending machine

 

Challenge #1 Top 5 Scripts

#1  'Crisps' by Daniel Roth    LOGLINE - True love can be hidden in the most peculiar of places. I should know; Iím the one who put it there. 

 

#2  'Mona Lisa' by Don Diego    LOGLINE - Love conquers all, even if it isn't real.

 

#3  'The Little Things' by Francis Cordero    LOGLINE - The only thing easy about relationships is giving advice for two single strangers working in the same building. When their patients draw parallels in their lives, it leads them to take their own advice, take notice in one another, and give love a chance.

 

#4  'Bender and Sunshine' by Bryce Carlson    LOGLINE - After his mother puts him in therapy, Bender realizes that his  psychiatrist is useless, causing him to find help in the least likely place. 

 

#5  'Life Between Frames' by Andrew Merfeld    LOGLINE - Life happens between picture frames and Stacy Cobb thought that going to a marriage counselor would be the solution so they reach that next picture. But while waiting for her husband she encounters Carter, a handsome twenty-something, she begins to wonder, who will be in that next family picture?

 

     
   

 

 

 

 

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