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Intimidation Game

Script revisions should be fun, a challenge, and one gets lost in the mix, right? it was the general fantasy I was aiming for, however, I took a turn somewhere left of Albuquerque.  214 more words


One Goal Met

A few days ago I completed the third episode of the TV spec pilot, and dropped that mic. If felt good to finish the first round of drafts.   268 more words

A Brother Will Work It Out

3/12/15 A Day Later

As always, it seems after a day passes, a solution comes to mind. No bad dreams last night, and I’m more mellow, and less nervous. The writing didn’t go far at all yesterday. 317 more words


3.11.15 The Slacker, Plot Logic Fail, and Today

I’m writing today, but for the past couple of days, the output has been the minimum. Let’s address my elephant in the room. I had a plot fail, and threw me off. 160 more words


Out With The Old, In With The New

There are two main scripts I’ve been really working on these past few months and I’m getting to the point where I think I’ve done all that I can do. 188 more words

Will adapting my script to a book help me get funding

In asking that question of one of Hollywood’s active investors in feature films and whose last three projects were all adapted from books he commented; “having a book version can’t hurt you, but having high book sales numbers will at least make me look.”  If a project has no box office talent attached, no equity, no proof of public interest in their project or an accredited production company backing it, it’s going to be a challenge to convince someone to fund it. 651 more words

Bidwell Tyler

For the DBZ: A Cinderella-Inspired Makeover!

Credits: all scripting and interview questions prepared by Victoria Elizabeth (Producer, March 2015), edited by Carmen Perez (executive producer).

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