Anyone interested in these SP's can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. All SP's copyrighted.
My Movie Poet submissions:
Getting to Know You
September 2011 - "The Undead"
Your story must have at least one character who is a ghost, mummy, vampire, or zombie.
December 2010 - "Karma"
This is our fourth annual open
challenge. There is no theme requirement and you may submit any five page (or
However, to enter this contest, you must have given more reviews than you have received and you must be a level 3 member or higher.
June 2010 - More of Less is More
In screenwriting every page,
every paragraph, every sentence, and every word counts.
Tell an entire story in one page in our annual micro-short screenplay challenge.
February 2010 - "Ace, Baby,
Honey, Jack, Spike"
You must use one of these words in your Title, another as a Location, another as a Character, another in Dialogue, and lastly, another in the Action.
December 2009 - "Third Time's A Charm"
Third annual open challenge. There is no theme requirement however, to enter this contest, you must have given more reviews than you have received and you must be a level 3 member or higher.
October 2009 - "Numbers"
The title of your script must be a number. You can use punctuation (commas, hyphens, decimal points, etc.), but no letters.
September 2009 - "Deadly is the Female"
Witch of the Trees
WITCH OF THE TREES
In day she sleeps - Full moon she
creeps - The witch of the trees -
Your soul she’ll keep.
When her root grabs hold – It’s
your life she craves – She’ll pull
you down to her watery grave.
The witch of the trees helps the
forest survive – With a collection
of souls, of those once alive.
July 2009 - "FADE OUT"
Your script must end with the
following lines: PARKER Try to get some sleep. Taylor smiles as Parker closes
How to Talk to Women
May 2009 - "A Grimm Tale"
Your script must be an
adaptation of a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. The title of your script must be the
same as the original work.
The Singing Bone
December 2008 - "It's Better to Give than to Receive"
This is the second of our annual open challenges. There is no theme requirement and you may submit any five page (or less) script. However, to enter this contest, you must have given more reviews than you have received.
You Will Always be Mine
November 2008 - "Less is More"
In screenwriting every page, every paragraph, every sentence, and every word counts. Tell an entire story in one page.
October 2008 - "Chemistry"
Write a love story and name it after an element from the periodic table. The love must be between people (no aliens, animals, or inanimate objects) and the title must be the name of the element and not its symbol (Hydrogen not H).
September 2008 - "Scene In Reverse"
Your story must be told backwards. Each new scene must occur in time before the previous scene and your script must contain at least three scenes.
August 2008 - "SciFi Here and Now"
Your story must be Science Fiction, it must take place here on Earth, and it must take place now. No aliens. No space ships. No time travel. Just science and a compelling story.
July 2008 - "INT. ATTIC - DAY"
Your script must begin with the following: INT. ATTIC - DAY The attic is dusty and barren. A shaft of sunlight from a lone window illuminates a corner. In the corner rests a large trunk.
June 2008 - "Family Film"
No foul language, no sex, and no violence. Keep it fun and write a story the whole family can enjoy.
May 2008 - "Poetic License"
Your script must be an adaptation of an Edgar Allen Poe short story or poem. The title of your script must be the same as the original work.
April 2008 - "The Sound of Silence"
Film is a visual medium. Tell a story without any dialogue (or narration).
Lily and Remy - A Love Story
March 2008 - "Teenagers"
All of your characters must be teenagers. No children under the age of thirteen or adults over the age of nineteen are allowed.
Celebrity Love Child
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