Sunday 24 October 2010

Screenwriting Contest Finalists To Be Judged By GLEE Editor JOE LEONARD

Thank you to everyone who took part in the screenwriting competition, the deadline for which passed a few days ago. There were twenty-four entries, which is fantastic given the short deadline and the small readership of the blog.

Here's what's going to happen now; I'm going to spend time this week reading all of the entries, and then I will make a shortlist of the best screenplays. I will then work with JOE LEONARD to determine which is the winning screenplay. Joe is the writer/director of the fabulous feature film "HOW I GOT LOST" and is also an editor. He's edited numerous episodes of "GLEE" and was on the editorial department of the recent film "EAT PRAY LOVE." He is a great writer, has great creative instincts, and is the perfect judge for this competition.

We'll be back with more information soon! Meanwhile, thanks for all your entries! I can't wait to read them all.

Care to share?

1 comment:

  1. Woo hoo! That is damn cool, and wow the trailer looks good (lighting so gorgeous).

    From Leonard, "I like the Soderbergh model actually -- a simultaneous theatrical, cable, DVD and digital release..."

    Recent big news in tiny comic land, same day release of print and digital format of Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman. (Folks in America, Walking Dead on AMC on Halloween! Support some brilliant talent, Frank Darabont directing.)