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Nov 19 2009

Eddie Kritzer: Leave me Alone

I have, for the past TWO MONTHS been dealing with this asshole Eddie Kritzer.  I sent a pitch in response to a Craigslist posting, which turned out to be to this guy who called me and said that he wanted $600 to read my script.  As in, he liked my pitch and therefore wanted me …

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Nov 16 2009

ScriptShadow; Top 100 Loglines

You may or may not be familiar with the site ScriptShadow.  It’s a very interesting site that is essentially a collection of reviews of screenplays.  It’s, if nothing else, an excellent crib sheet if you’re ever asked to do coverage.  And it’s also just plain old interesting. In any event, Carson over there is holding …

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Nov 16 2009

Delinquent

I’m sorry I’ve been so lacking in interesting things to say.  At the moment I’m just showing up to work and trying to write a business plan.  I’m doing a slight re-write of my Nicholl Script, “Bible Con”.  I’m hoping to have it and a new script ready to send to Nicholl this year. So, …

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Nov 04 2009

Life in LA; It’s the Economy Stupid

Sorry I’ve been quiet a while, crazy couple of weeks. I went to SC this weekend. I’m trying to put together a budget and business proposal for Bible Con, with plans to shoot it in SC. I think it can be done on a low enough budget that raising the money myself is feasible. I …

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Oct 26 2009

Lost Weekend

I had a weekend that was no good for writing. I’ve set myself a deadline of end of Thanksgiving holiday for a rewrite of Bible Con and a Polished first draft of Dyke for a Day. I had time to work on it this weekend because all of my editing projects are floating in nebulous …

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Oct 20 2009

Nicholl: First Phone Call, 17th Contact

I was sitting here in a pleasant reverie, remembering my trip two springs ago to visit New York and the Daily Show, just before I graduated film school.  I was trying to figure out where I should live and work and my family friend Gail Lieb has a talented son who works at the Daily …

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Oct 18 2009

Nicholl: What I’ve learned so far; 15 and 16

What I’ve learned: You don’t break into the industry with a Mockumentary. People really enjoy reading them, but no one wants to make them or believes you can write based on them.  Which is weird because there’s a screenplay sitting there that they really enjoyed, but despite the success of The Office and Best in …

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Oct 16 2009

Nicholl: 14 and counting

14th: From a management/production company Congratulations on being chosen as a semifinalist for the Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship.  This is a very prestigious honor and quite an accomplishment. I am a literary manager at ***, a full service management/production company with deep expertise in talent and literary representation.  We represent some of the most prominent actors, …

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Oct 16 2009

Nicholl: Big 4, Major 3

So, when it comes to agencies in LA there are basically “Big 4: CAA ·ICM · UTA · WME And the “3 other majors”: Gersh · APA · Paradigm 13th: From one of the big guys: I am an agent here at *** and would love to read BIBLE CON.  Attached is a standard release …

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Oct 16 2009

Nicholl: Anyone heard of Script Funnel?

The ScriptFunnel team would like to congratulate you on your Nichols Fellowship achievement. You are undoubtedly being contacted by managers and development execs alike and we wish you all the best during this exciting time. We’d also like to ask for a small moment of your time so we may introduce you to our service. …

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