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Group 12

 

Challenge #2 Assignment

Genre:  Sci-Fi

Location:  A public restroom

Object:  Licorice

 

Challenge #2 Top Screenplays

#1 'Have A Nice Day' by Daniel Schneider LOGLINE - A junkie enlists the aid of a mysterious doctor in trying to remove a government-installed tracking device.


#2 'The Omicron Device' by Karl Archer LOGLINE - After having cracked a secret code, a man is abducted from a public restroom by an alien race who wish to use his knowledge for their own purposes.


#3 'Of Wormholes, Black Mouths, and Mushroom Clouds' by Eric Borden LOGLINE - A man who is the last of his kind finds himself out of place and out of time.


#4 'The Vacuum Within' by Gordon Yuda Guo LOGLINE - Aboard the SS Escapade, flight attendant Emma Richardson discovers why her fellow attendants have been disappearing.


#5 'The Efficient Society' by Jonathan Wolf LOGLINE - A man on the run from the law has an unlikely encounter in a public bathroom.
 

Group Participants ( Yellow  = advanced to 2nd Round)

Group Last Name First Name City State / Province Country Ch #1 Points Ch #2 Points Total Points
12 Schneider Daniel Boston  MA US 25 25 50
12 Archer Karl Bellevue WA US 18 22 40
12 Kaindl Philipp Vienna   AT 20 14 34
12 Borden Eric Las Vegas NV US 10 20 30
12 Wolf Jonathan West Chicago IL US 12 16 28
12 Lindhardt Cherie Riverton UT US 14 12 26
12 Guo Gordon Yuda Vancouver British Columbia CA 6 18 24
12 McKay Mary Great Falls VA US 22 0 22
12 Quental Kimberly Pawtucket RI US 16 5 21
12 Dowie Maxwell Nanaimo British Columbia CA 8 10 18
12 Jacks Camille venice CA US 5 8 13
12 Panopoulos Teddy Whitestone NY US 4 6 10
12 Tally Melody Washington DC US 2 4 6
12 Larrick Timothy Columbus OH US 3 0 3
12 McGill Jason Festus MO US 1 0 1
12 Moutray David San Francisco CA US 0 0 0

 

 

Challenge #1 Assignment

Genre:  Political Satire

Location:  A college library

Object:  A crystal ball

 

Top 5 Screenplays - Challenge #1

#1 'The Order' by Daniel Schneider LOGLINE - In Harvardís Widener Library, an elite group of Americans meets in secret to discuss the fate of our nation in the fight against terrorism.


#2 'The Early Bird.....You Know...' by Mary McKay LOGLINE - College students working on a political campaign demonstrate a new way for hope (and superstition) to lead to change.


#3 'The Voice of the People' by Philipp Kaindl LOGLINE - As the voice of the people calls for a frequent change in leadership, their true needs are being ever misinterpreted.


#4 'THE FATHERS OF FORTUNE' by KARL ARCHER LOGLINE - While writing what will become The Bill Of Rights, three of Americaís Founding Fathers imagine the freedom and the future of the American people.


#5 'H and M, M and H' by Kimberly Quental LOGLINE - President Clinton is haunted by a psychic's prediction of the relevance of the letters H and M in his life.
 

 


 
     

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