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Here's another great script competition, this time for short scripts.
Hosted by Hawaii Film + Arts International, it’s a new, global contest for 10-12 minute short film scripts.
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“Things tend to slide into dullness the minute a gun appears. It should be a big moment when a gun appears, as it would be in real life, but guns are all over the place in thrillers. So I think the thing about doing a thriller is: delay the moment that the gun comes out for as long as possible.”
Robert Wade
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“What we like about writing film scripts is that you can lie in bed at night and contain the whole film in your head – and if you can’t, that’s not great, because you should be able to, really.”
Neal Purvis
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“The word montage doesn’t seem to exist in television, because that’s individual brief scenes that they’ve got to get together and shoot. It’s too expensive, too time-consuming.”
Neal Purvis
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