Escape – 30 Minute Script

I have uploaded a script I wrote for an assignment last year, it was something a lot of my followers here helped me create and without their feedback it wouldn’t be what it is, here is the link to the page where the script is!

http://wordsformwindows.com/writing/scripts/escape-30-minute-script/

Here are some of the articles in which I discussed the creation of the script:

http://wordsformwindows.com/2012/04/26/escape-the-writing-experience/

http://wordsformwindows.com/2012/04/16/escape-script-draft-4/

http://wordsformwindows.com/2012/04/06/escape-script-feedback/

http://wordsformwindows.com/2012/04/06/30-minute-script-draft-3/

http://wordsformwindows.com/2012/03/02/30-minute-script-completed-draft-1/

 

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2 thoughts on “Escape – 30 Minute Script

  1. Took a look at the script, up late and can’t sleep. It isn’t a bad idea, but has what some in the industry call ‘un-filmables’ in it, if you were to film it yourself not a problem, but for script readers there are bits and pieces which are for story writing and not really for film. And a given no-no for script writers. Open to chat about it if you would like some real feedback from a script reader. 🙂

    1. Thank you (: This was only my third/fourth script so the feedback I got from this has helped me out greatly and I am now focussing on writing my feature length screenplay as part of my assignment for my final year here at University. But yeah if you could offer some advice so I can go back and clean it up that would be great. If you get the time feel free to e-mail at contact@wordsformwindows.com your help would be much appreciated.

      Thanks,
      Daniel

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