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January 20, 2007 at 4:03 PM #43458AnonymousInactive
BLUECAT MOVIE TITLE CONTEST TOP TWENTY ANNOUNCED!
*Every screenplay entered in BlueCat until Jan 3rd was considered for our first ever Movie Title Contest.
*We received over 500 submissions and the TOP TWENTY are posted on the BlueCat website.
*VOTE for your favorite between January 15th and Jan 31st.
*The Top Five will be announced Feb 1st and awarded $250!
BLUECAT MOVIE TITLE CONTEST TOP TWENTY FINALISTS
AVERAGE CHAD by Sandra Collins
BLACK PEOPLE DON’T LIVE IN TRAILER PARKS by Andrea Fletcher
BLOODY BALLARINA by Nicholas Arena
CHRISTIAN SEX AND VIOLENCE by Roderick B. Mackenzie
DEATH DOESN’T LIKE ME by Steve Daniels
THE DESIGNATED SOMEBODY by Joyce Tyler
EVERY TIME I GO TO STATEN ISLAND SOMETHING BAD HAPPENS…by Irin Evers
GOOD REASONS TO FREEZE TO DEATH by Scott Honea
HAWAIIANSTEIN by Brian Murphy
KING PACK RAT by Steve Rosen
THE LAST OF SUNSHINE by William A. Huggins
MAGNIFICENT BITCH by David Grenfell
THE PLANE CRASH PORTION OF YOUR AMAZON ADVENTURE
by Anita Justice Skibski
RIDE A COOL HORSE by Philip Grayson
ROCKSTAR HOT by Gibran Perrone
SUMMER OF KUNG FU LOVE by Cat Bistransin
TO SING AT GRAVE-MAKING by Anton Cobb
TWO THROWAWAY BOYS by William Blanchard
WATERCOLOR HUSTLER by Andrew Hannibal
YUP by Todd Zubatch
2007 BlueCat Screenplay Competition OPEN FOR ENTRIES
Grand Prize: $10,000
Finalists: $1500 each
Entry Fee: $45
Deadline: MARCH 1ST
Every writer who enters the BlueCat Screenplay Competition receives written screenplay analysis on their submission.
In addition, one Finalist receives a staged reading of their script at BlueCat’s annual SCREENPLAY LIVE at the High Falls Film Festival in New York.
Gordy Hoffman Interview on the Filmmaking Podcast with Aussie Filmmakers
Phil Jeng Kane and Edwin James Lynch
*How does Bluecat select readers?
*Has the nature of the screenplay changed over the years?
*Are there many international entries?
*How was the transition from screenwriter to writer/director?
LISTEN NOW: http://www.geoffrey.com.au/podcast/geoffcast0006.mp3
NEW Screenwriting Article released!
Naming Your Baby: How to Find a Great Title to your Screenplay
By Gordy Hoffman
How exactly does one work on the title of their screenplay? I recently came up with such a wonderful idea for a movie, one of those miraculous moments, like finding money on the sidewalk. I told somebody, and they said, "Great. What’s the title?" Suddenly, and rather horrifyingly, my beauty of an idea is crippled.
READ FULL ARTICLE: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com/news/naming_your_baby.php
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