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Script Links 7-23-12


Hi all.

Next week we start our new schedule. With that in mind we want to get these links out early hoping that you can follow along with us next week.

Monday 7/23

Eons Part 1: The Greatest Story NEVER Told by Jeremiah Johnson

Logline: As a new world order unfolds, a man leads group of ex-government officials on a dangerous expedition to find his estranged father who holds the key to understanding the Biblical origins of recent UFO activity and what it means for the future of mankind.

Tuesday 7/24

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Charlie Kaufman Goldenrod

Logline: A couple undergo a procedure to erase each other from their memories when their relationship turns sour, but it is only through the process of loss that they discover what they had to begin with.

Wednesday 7/25

Script Links and Article TBA

Thursday 7/26

Flood by Will Griffith

Logline: Maria is brought back from the dead to help a man named Ghost protect the greatest secret in human history: Demons are real. And they are everywhere.

Friday 7/27

Old Maid by Jasmine Lane

Logline: When her niece announces her engagement, a single woman must think outside the box to find a date for the wedding or face the humiliation of showing up alone – again.

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  1. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by the great Charlie Kaufman. should be required reading for every screenwriter.

    i was thinking about suggesting his script for A Scanner Darkly vs. the Richard Linklater adaptation. but i could only find charlie’s draft. so he wins by default!


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