I’ve decided to take matters (once again) into my own hands instead of waiting around for Hollywood to take interest in my work. As of now, I have “All Circuits Busy” being professionally rewritten by Julie Paupe, owner of Scriptwriterhelp.com. Julie has helped me before, and she’s an expert.
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I’m tired of waiting for my big break, so now I do believe it is time for me to take action and produce my own film LOCALLY, by getting all the local filmmakers involved.
Hopefully, within the next week or two, I will contact Julie Gordon with my plans. She
has the Film Producing credits, and I will see if she’s interested in helping me produce my film, “All Circuits Busy”…
so Julie if you happen to stumble on this post, I’m contacting you soon.
I will be the writer as well as the Co-Producer, and Julie (if she’s interested) will have the Producer title. The film is very diverse soContinue Reading →
Johan Nobles, a once academically gifted young man, is intent on getting his life back on track, when he falls in love with Symphony Hayes; she saves him after a near-fatal car crash. What he doesn’t know about Symphony is that she harbors secrets that may destroy everything, including their relationship.
This is my first Screenplay, still in need of a Producer, but NOW, I have an agent.
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That’s what I said. I obtained an agent about a week ago, and I couldn’t be happier. I can finally see my art coming to life.
Thank You so much, Duane. Even though I sent you the wrong draft, you still saw the beauty.
ABSOLUTELY NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED!!!
What I wish to do is take one of my full length films and condense it down into a short film so I can produce the film to enter into film competitions.
When I first tried to raise the funds, the amount was way too high; however, my second crowdfunding campaign still did not receive donations.
What I need is roughly $7,500 to get this film produced. What I can offer in return is major advertisement, and WHEN I sell the full length version of the film titled, “Sometimes Love” I will in return give you 5% of what it sells for. So, even if it sells for 1 million, you Continue Reading →
As I once again wait for the funding to come rolling in, I’m working on my fifth (I think) screenplay. My goal was to have it outlined by March, but I’m a big time procrastinator as well as undiagnosed ADHD, but I try not to let that stop me.
I had a Plan C which was to have my screenplay “Angels Cry” professionally rewritten, and try and produce it locally, but I’ve once again pushed it to the back burner, and decided to work on the one I supposed to have finished by
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